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Father's Day 6.21.2015
Grace, mercy and peace from God our Heavenly Father and from His Son, our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ be your now and forever, Amen.

Happy Father's day to all of you who are fathers. It is a day to remember our fathers and all fathers for their commitment to their role in life, to thank them, to support them, to encourage them and to inspire them to continue on being a father to their children as well as to those who are in need of a father. We are very thankful for our fathers and it is good to think on the blessing that they brought to us by bringing us into this world, for their love toward us in praying for us, for providing for our needs and for preparing us for a life as an adult. Today we honor their memory in our country by observing Father's Day.

We know that in the OT, there were many names given to God, which described particular characteristics of Himself, but He was never referred to as Father. Here is the list of some of His Names..

Elohim (God)
El Shaddai (Lord God Almighty)
El Elyon (The Most High God)
Adonai (Lord, Master)
Yahweh (Lord, Jehovah)
Jehovah Nissi (The Lord My Banner)
Jehovah-Raah (The Lord My Shepherd)
Jehovah Rapha (The Lord That Heals)
Jehovah Shammah (The Lord Is There)
Jehovah Tsidkenu (The Lord Our Righteousness)
Jehovah Mekoddishkem (The Lord Who Sanctifies You)
El Olam (The Everlasting God)
Jehovah Jireh (The Lord Will Provide)
Jehovah Shalom (The Lord Is Peace)
Jehovah Sabaoth (The Lord of Hosts

In the New Testament, Jesus refers to Him as "Father." A much more intimate relationship with our Creator is now brought to His people and it is through being in communion with Him that our relationship of love with our Creator/Father is
made more meaningful and special. He is our father and we are his children. It is through talking with and listening to God in prayer that He wishes to deepen the love relationship that He has established with us through Christ and through the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Richard Wurmbrandt, a missionary who spent fourteen years in prison in Romania for preaching the Gospel, wrote in one of his books that the first two words of the Lord's Prayer, "Our Father" were of great comfort to him during the years of his captivity, especially in the later years when he had forgotten nearly all of the Bible verses that he had memorized. He stated that in these two words, "Our Father," he was reminded and encouraged that he was not an orphan and that he was not the only one suffering persecution, for God was his father and he had many brothers and sisters in Christ throughout the world. It was a profound experience for Richard which came from thinking on and being fed by those two words which ministered grace and love to his soul.

When we think of the meaning of the words, Our Heavenly Father, we are reminded first and foremost that if He is our Father, then it means that we are His children. We are in essence hearing Him cry out through the ages based on His creative Word and His Incarnate Word: "I am your Father and you are my child!"

When we enter into communion with our Our Father, our needs, our pains, our frustrations and our cries are brought before Him on the basis of the Word. Some have used the Acronym ACTS to guide their times in fellowship with our Father: Acts: Adoration, C: Confession, T: Thanksgiving, S: Supplication. Many use the prayer that Jesus taught all Christians to pray, which is called The Lord's Prayer.

Our petitions are received by Him, they are considered, they are changed according to His will, and in that we are given peace as we move towards Him in oneness of spirit as we by faith accept all as from His loving hands. We may not understand, but we accept these things as from Him, knowing that Father knows best.

It is important that we realize that when we stop communing with Our Father in heaven, when we stop living and breathing in this relationship of love, in this Holy Communion, we begin to talk about God and not with Him.

Our meditation today is from Luke 11:1-13, a teaching which is given by Jesus as a result of the disciples having a request of Jesus: "Lord, Teach us how to pray as John taught his disciples to pray." Perhaps also they had observed as to how their Master had spent hours and hours in solitude with their God, whom Jesus knew as His Father and wanted them to come to know God as their Father also. In essence, were they asking, "Teach us how to connect with God?"

KJV Luke 11:1 And it came to pass, that, as he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples.

His Name, His Kingdom, His will
2 And he said unto them, When ye pray, say, Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth.

Our needs for daily living, for forgiveness, for protection, for deliverance.
3 Give us day by day our daily bread.
4 And forgive us our sins; for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us. (Being forgiven, we are those who forgive)
And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us from evil.

His Reign is now and forever
(Matthew 6:13b For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.)

Keep Persisting before your Father
5 And he said unto them, Which of you shall have a friend, and shall go unto him at midnight, and say unto him, Friend, lend me three loaves;
6 For a friend of mine in his journey is come to me, and I have nothing to set before him?
7 And he from within shall answer and say, Trouble me not: the door is now shut, and my children are with me in bed; I cannot rise and give thee.
8 I say unto you, Though he will not rise and give him, because he is his friend, yet because of his importunity (persistence) he will rise and give him as many as he needeth.

9 And I say unto you, Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.
10 For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.

ASK, refers to the gifts we pray for. But I may ask and receive the gift without the Giver.

SEEK is the word Scripture uses of God Himself; Christ assures me that I can find Himself. But it is not enough to find God in time of need, without coming to abiding fellowship:

KNOCK speaks of admission to dwell with Him and in Him.

There may be cases in which the answer is a refusal, because the request is not according to God’s Word, as when Moses asked to enter Canaan. But still, there was an answer: God did not leave His servant in uncertainty as to His will. Our Father lets His child know when He cannot give him what he asks, and he withdraws his petition, even as the Son did in Gethsemane. Both Moses the servant and Christ the Son knew that what they asked was not according to what the Lord had spoken: their prayer was the humble supplication whether it was not possible for the decision to be changed.

God will teach those who are teachable and give Him time, by His Word and Spirit, whether their request be according to His will or not. Let us withdraw the request, if it be not according to God’s mind, or persevere till the answer come. Prayer is appointed to obtain the answer. It is in prayer and its answer that the interchange of love between the Father and His child takes place. Sometimes He says yes, sometimes He says no, and sometimes He says later.

When your children ask for things, you give them to them.
11 If a son shall ask bread of any of you that is a father, will he give him a stone? or if he ask a fish, will he for a fish give him a serpent?
12 Or if he shall ask an egg, will he offer him a scorpion?

How much more will your heavenly Father give you of Himself!!!!!!
13 If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children: how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him?

It is impossible to conceive of God bestowing any higher gift on His child than this, His own Spirit. God is what He is through His Spirit; the Spirit is the very life of God. Just think what it means—God giving His own Spirit to His child on earth.

For it is through the Spirit that our need for a Saviour is revealed to us, our means of salvation through Christ is revealed to us and the reality that the prince of this world has been defeated is revealed to us.

KJV John 15:26 But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, which proceedeth from the Father, he shall testify of me:

John 16:7 Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you.
8 And when he is come, he will reprove/convince the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment:
9 Of sin, because they believe not on me;
10 Of righteousness, because I go to my Father, and ye see me no more;
11 Of judgment, because the prince of this world is judged.

It is as His children that we pray the Lord's Prayer.

We need to be careful that we do not fall into the temptation of placing our needs in front of His desires for us and for the world. But rather that we would through fellowship and communion with Him in prayer grow in our knowledge of His heart and longing for the souls of those He has created and redeemed. That is why His Name, His kingdom and His will precedes the petitions in which we ask for our needs in daily bread, in forgiveness, protection from temptation and protection from the evil.

A little girl had been asking her father for a new bike, so on her birthday she was told to go look outside on the lawn. As she ran out there, she saw a new shiny bike waiting for her. She looked it over, got on it and went riding out into the street without a look back at her father who was looking out the window. As the father watched his daughter ride away, he uttered a prayer to our Father, saying: "Dear Father, help her not to forget the Giver of her bike."

The little child may ask of the father only what it needs for itself; and yet it soon learns to say, Give some for sister too.

There are two sorts of prayer: personal and intercessory

And when once we have learned thus to believe for ourselves, and each day to take out of the treasure we hold in heaven, what liberty and power to pray for the outpouring of the Spirit on the Church of God, on all flesh, on individuals, or on special efforts! He that has once learned to know the Father in prayer for himself, learns to pray most confidently for others too. The Father gives the Holy Spirit to them that ask Him, not least, but most, when they ask for others.

11 If a son shall ask bread of any of you that is a father, will he give him a stone? or if he ask a fish, will he for a fish give him a serpent?
12 Or if he shall ask an egg, will he offer him a scorpion?
13 If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children: how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him?

What do you remember receiving from your father in your childhood, or at anytime in your life? I doubt if any of our fathers ever gave us stone in place of bread, a serpent in place of a fish, or a scorpion in place of an egg. No, they gave us those things that they knew would be good for our life at that time, and even though there were time when we did not understand why they withheld something that we really wanted, we soon got over it and moved on. But we probably kept asking.....But we probably either heard or said to ourselves. "Father knows best." Or maybe we thought or said something not so nice....

When I think of my father who was taken from this life when I was eleven years old, I have one distinct memory that is ever left with me and which I am eternally thankful to our Father in heaven for giving to me at the age of ten. For through this experience I was taught by my earthly father of the essence of who God our Father is: Grace and Truth as revealed through Jesus Christ. Here is the story and I hope that it provokes your memory as to how our Heavenly Father taught you through your earthly father concerning His grace and truth.

On a hot summer day, my siblings and I were having fun in the dry woods making small fires, not knowing that we could start a forest fire. Well, we put our fires out (at least I thought I had), went home on the very hot day, and to our surprise the fire engines came by our home and stopped down by the woods where we had had our fires. I was so ignorant in making the connection between our fires in the woods and the larger fire that was now burning, (it burned about an acre) that I hustled down to where the action was and while I was standing by a couple of the firemen, I heard one of them wonder outloud as to how the fire started. I do not remember what I thought at that time, but I do remember that at supper time that night as the conversation turned to the events of the day, that my 3 or 4 yr old brother made this statement in front of our entire family of 13. "Orvie didn't put his fire out." From that time on I began to live in fear as my brother who was a volunteer fireman told me that he was going to have to take me to the fire department and to tell them what I did. So for a week or so everytime my brother's pickup would come down the driveway to our home, I would hide inside our huge house underneath one of the beds until such a time that he would leave again or I felt safe to come out.

But one day it all came to a head and it was time to be taken to the firehall.....I remember the panic and fear, but then I heard my dad's voice say: "Leave him alone, that's enough in that matter." I still remember the sound of my father's voice, and how good it felt that all the fear and worry was gone. As I have thought about the Voice of our heavenly Father through my earthly father over the years, and of how dumb it was what I did, of how I deserved to be punished for my acts, I have rejoiced in my heart everytime I relive that moment of mercy that my father extended to me when he spoke grace and release into my heart and soul. It has been a wonderful reminder to me of how Jesus spoke on behalf of His Father and our Father from the cross and said, "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do." In other words, He was saying, "release them from their debt, for it is a debt that they will never be able to repay. I have payed it in full, Father, so now you are glorified in letting them go free. Father, no greater joy is in your heart than to release sinners from the judgment and power of sin which you did through me.

Dear friend, do you know that kind of love that your heavenly Father has for you? He is the perfect Father, and no one can match up to Him. He loves you so much that He gave His only begotten Son so that through Him you would be saved from perishing, and instead you would receive eternal life with Him in glory forever! I pray that you will believe what He says about you today, that through Christ and His sacrificial offering, that you have been released from the penalty that was due you and in place of that penalty, you have been given His righteousness. Believe that for your souls salvation today, dear friend!

A thankful child of our Father,

Pastor Orval Wirkkala

Posted on 22 Jun 2015 by Pastor Orval Wirkkala
Letters from the heart of God 6.7.2015
Dear friend,

May the grace, mercy and peace from God our Father and His Son, Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ be with us today and always!

Last week we began a study in Apostle Paul's letter to the Colossian congregation, a letter which was written as a result of the minister, Epaphras, of the Colossian congregation making a visit to Paul who was in prison for preaching the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In this letter Paul wants to assure the believers in Colosse that the life that they now live as a result of believing the word of truth, the Gospel, is a fulfilled life, a life that is in Christ. He not only speaks of that which has been received by them, but he writes that that which has come to them is bearing fruit and growing in the whole world.

He then goes on to offer a prayer in which he does not pray for something that they do not already have, but he prays that they will come to a deeper understanding and knowledge of that which they do already possess as a result of the truth that the Gospel through the Word has brought to them through faith.

Are any of us ever very far away from the desire for the freedom that the flesh promises? This desire is resisted through recognizing the counterfeit additions offered by the flesh, the world and the devil. Our empowerment to resist this temptation comes through gaining a deeper knowledge of that what God has purchased for us in Jesus Christ, so that the impulse to look for something more to satisfy our longings is diminished. When we turn our eyes upon Jesus, the things of this world grow strangely dim in the light of His glory and grace. In essence, we conclude: "We have it all, why look for more? I have it all in Christ, why do I need to look for anything else?"

Today we will use as the basis of our meditations Colossians 1:3-23 as we continue our study of this letter.

Earlier we witnessed the baptism of Maci Schauer and later today is the graduation of two dear ones who were baptized as infants and were confirmed in their faith in this congregation, Marla Peterson and Alex Jarl. There is a lot of excitement in the air as graduations from high school/college are celebrated all across our great land of our United States of America.

Speeches are made through which the accomplishments of the past are celebrated, appreciation for those who have contributed to those accomplishments is given, and the hopes and dreams for future accomplishment and contributions are planned and charted. But suppose, just suppose Our Father in heaven was giving the speech at the commencement exercises. What would He say? I have considered this and prayerfully from Paul's letter to the Scriptures in Colossian written what He might say to our newest member of the congregation as well as to our graduates on the occasion of their graduation.

And may this message be received by all of us, from Maci's age all the way to the eldest in our congregation, who are anxiously awaiting the appearing of our dear Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ and the glorious inheritance that is for all who love His appearing.

To my dear child, to my dear graduates, and to all.......I want all to hear my Good News!

I am thankful for you and I joy in you. I have great pleasure in your being and I pour out my favor upon you this day through my Son Jesus in giving you the grace of Holy Baptism. I am love and therefore I love you, my dear child. You are mine, and I am yours. As you continue your life in me, I want you and I go grow in our relationship of love closer and closer until the time when we will be united in eternity forever!

As you grow and mature in your life in me, Who I am, what I have done for you and who you are in Me will never change, but what will change is that you will grow in your understanding, in your knowledge and in your experience of who I am, what I have done for you and who you are in me.

As you grapple with the questions of where you came from, what you are here for and where you are going, you will find that the answers to these three common questions are all found in Me through my Word and Spirit.

Let me remind you what I have done for you through my Son and who He is..

I sent my Son on your behalf so that you could be a partaker of this great inheritance of the saints in light, that you could be in my kingdom, in my family, for you are my child by My grace. I have delivered you from the power of darkness, and placed you in the kingdom of my dear Son. My Son purchased you through the shedding of His blood, through His sacrificial offering for your sin which results in the forgiveness of your sins. The Great Exchange: My Son took your sin and gave you His righteousness by which I am pleased.

It was by Him, my Son, that all things were created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him: For by him were all things And he is before all things, and by him all things consist.

He not only has created all things, but he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence. He is second to no other created thing...Period!!

For it made me very pleased to place in Him all my fulness, I placed my Godness in his human body. And through Him, peace has been made through the blood of his cross, by him to reconcile all things unto himself; by him, I say, whether they be things in earth, or things in heaven.

And you, that you who were separated from me through the fall of Adam/mankind into sin, yet now hath he reconciled in the body of his flesh through death, to present you holy and unblameable and unreproveable in his sight:

My dear child, through Him you are holy, without blame and without reproof! Through His sinless life, your sin is taken away. I wanted you, I want you all your life and I want you with me in heaven forever and forever.......

You are my child, so continue always believing in what My Son has accomplished for you, which will keep you grounded and settled, and don't be moved away from the hope of the gospel, which ye have heard, and which was preached to every creature which is under heaven. It is for this purpose that I delivered my servant Paul from a life of his own righteousness so that he might preach the saving righteousness of my Son! Hang on to that which I have done for you through My Son.....

And now a response from Maci..

To my Dad and Mom and to all my family, including my church family.

Thank you for showing me God's love in the way you care for me when even when I am not able to do anything for you. I can already see the grace of Jesus for souls by the way that you, Dad and Mom, love me. You hold me, you feed me, you cloth me, you rock me, you change me, you burp me and I can't do anything but accept it and depend on you for everything. Thank you for loving me unconditionally.

I know that I am a gift from the Lord and that He has given you to be my parents. Thank you for giving me life so that together on earth we may praise our Creator in the expectant hope that we will praise Him in heaven one day and that will be forever. Please pray for me, because I know that your prayers will help me and that your prayers for me are in golden bowls full of incense which come before Our Father in heaven. Pray for me believing, trusting, regularly, fervently, persistently, but above all, in the name of Jesus, because I know that He hears every prayer that is prayed by you. Pray for me that my life would bring glory to Our Father and that it would be lived so that it would bless others. Please remember, dad and mom, that my guardian angels are always beholding our Heavenly Father's face, just waiting for prayers from you to be received up into heaven. When your prayers rise to heaven, Our Heavenly Father sends his angels to bring whatever help we are needing. .

Dad and Mom, teach me about Jesus from my new Bible, train me in the way I should go; so that I will never go away from Jesus; knowing that what I learn about Jesus from the Bible will form my life. For God has given us the Bible so that I will learn about Jesus from Jesus Himself , through that which He did and said. Read to me about Jesus, who loved to take little children into his lap and bless them with His gentle and loving hands.

Teach me right from wrong, both by God's Word and by your example. When I am so young and impressionable, I will learn mostly by your example and not so much by your words. What is important to you will be important to me. What is not important to you will not be important to me. So, I ask you, dad, and mom, to teach me what love means by your example of loving each other. Your commitment to love one another conditionally for the long haul sure gives me a safe and secure feeling.

Show and teach me about the love of Jesus so that I will learn to understand the difference between "me first type of love" and "you first type of love." Read to me, explain to me of the love that God has for all his image bearers, which includes you,(dad and mom, ) as well as Tristen, Abby and myself. Not just us, but all of our family, Grandpa, Grandma, Uncle, Auntie, my cousins, my friends, well, everyone.. Keep taking me to church with you and even if I am sometimes noisy, or busy, don't think that it is a waste of time, for I am learning discipline and respect for God through being with you in church. When I get old enough, take me to Sunday School so that I can learn with other children of God as well as play with my little brothers and sisters in the Lord. I love my God, I love my Jesus, and isn't it wonderful, dad and mom, and Tristen, and Abby,that we can learn of Him together as we go through life, knowing that one day we will really praise him and that will be forever and forever.

I love you,


To my dear graduates, past, present and future..

You have reached a big milestone in your life and are looking ahead into your future with hope and excitement. Your foundation is built upon my Son, the Solid Rock as revealed in the Bible. This you have received through your parents and family, through your church and through your godly friends . And you know that the plans and future I have for you are of hope and of expectation, a future which ultimately will be in heaven with Me.

My dear child, I love you so much and I want that our relationship would grow and deepen. Our relationship is bound together by faith and is evidenced by love Because I love you, I not only affirm, assure and encourage you, but at times I will warn you against those things that would cause our relationship to drift apart. Please know that in these times when I correct you, that I am for you, and not against you.

My dear child, if you lack wisdom, ask Me for it, and I will give it to you, for I give it generously and I never rebuke anyone who asks Me for My wisdom. When you ask for wisdom, trust in Me that I will deliver it to you.

I have left you with a wonderful book of wisdom, called Proverbs which will teach you, along with the rest of My Word, how to live your everyday life. Please remember that My wisdom is lived out by applying My knowledge into your everyday life. I have given you a ready made reading plan for reading the book of Proverbs as there are 31 chapters in this book. Once you get into a rhythm of reading the chapter of Proverbs that corresponds with the day's date, you will find that over time you will look forward to hearing of wisdom from Me daily.

This will help you immensely to be able to discern that which is good from that which is evil. Stand on those things that I say and you will have a blessed life and one that will be a blessing to others around you. I have blessed you so that you may be a blessing to others. Stand firm on those things that I share with you from My love letter to you, the Bible.

The grace and blessing of My Armor

Perhaps each morning, My dear child, when you arise from a night's sleep, consider putting on My armor, one piece at a time. Beginning with your heart and mind turned heavenward in a spirit of prayer, first wrap around you the belt of truth onto which all other parts of My armor will be fastened. This is where reading and meditating upon my Word comes in, My dear child, for that is like putting on the belt of truth each day. Vow to walk in truth as you begin each new day in Me.

Then consider putting on the breastplate which means that you are covered by the righteousness of My Son, Jesus Christ. Do not forget, My dear child, that My Son was tempted in all points by sin, but He never sinned. Through your believing in Him, His perfection is your perfection, never never forget that, for your entire existence is based upon this truth. That is why I invite you to first put on the belt of truth, for all of your beliefs and convictions must be connected to My Word of Truth, the Bible.

As you go through life, you may be tempted to believe that your identity as a person is based on your accomplishments, your outward appearance, your popularity and so forth. But that is not how I place value upon you, for you are priceless in my sight because I created you in My image. Even though you fell into sin along with the entire human race, My Son has given you a new identity by dying in your place for your sin, experiencing death for you, and then arising from the dead on Easter morning. You died in Him and were also raised in Him. You now exist in Him and through Him you are a new creation in Christ. Never, never, never forget that!! You do not belong to the world, to the Deceiver or to your own estimation of yourself. You are in mine and I am yours.

As you slip into the shoes of peace, know that they will be able to keep your feet firmly planted on My promises as you began to walk the new day in Me. They will not only keep you from slipping, but they will also give you a sense of peace as you live in the peace that my Son gave you and a peace that the world cannot ever take away from you. He is your Peace and your Stability. These shoes of peace will also enable you to share with others of the peace that abides in your heart through Me.

Then grasp the shield of faith in one of your hands by which you are able to move from position to position to ward off the darts of accusation that you know the devil will throw at you in the new day as he tries to take away the peace that you have, my dear child. The Deceiver does not want to you believe that forgiveness is a gift, but that it is something that you have to earn or something which you deserve. That is not right, for I have given you the greatest gift ever, for My Son took your sin and guilt and gave you forgiveness and life through the Gospel. Always believe that message, always believe it and never doubt it!

As you place the helmet of the hope of salvation over your head, you will be uplifted and strengthened in faith and love so that your mind and heart will be fixed upon my promises and will be shielded from the many thoughts that attack your mind each day from the evil one, who always wants to separate Me from you. Resist him and he will flee.

Lastly before you head out the door to face the new day, I ask you to pick up one of the two offensive weapons of your armor, My Word. With my Word in your heart and mind, you will know where you came from, why you are here and where you are going. . As you leave your home, do so with the other offensive weapon, prayer, by being in the spirit of prayer as you step into the light of a new day. For having put on My entire armor, you are now prepared to walk in my truth in love and to demonstrate through your attitudes, words and actions of who you are in My Son, Jesus Christ.

Colossians 1:9 I want that you may be filled with the knowledge of My will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding,
10 so as to walk in a manner worthy of the Me, fully pleasing to Me , bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of Me, your God. I want you be strengthened with all power, according to My glorious might, for all endurance and patience with joy,
12 giving thanks to the Me, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of the saints in light.

We love you, We are in you and you one in Us, My dear child.

We heard Maci's response to the letter from heaven. What is our response to His letter of love to us?

Your Father in heaven
Posted on 07 Jun 2015 by Pastor Orval Wirkkala

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Father's Day 6.21.2015
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