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So, I’ve started a Video Blog on YouTube


I want to apologize to all of you who have supported my blogging efforts.  The busyness of life has prevented me from posting faithfully for quite some time.  However, recently, I have started a video blog on YouTube.  I plan to use this platform to share my Conservative views and Spiritual truth from the Word of God.  Would you consider joining me there?

 

Here’s a link to my channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvbgi5SAohL_Z0yOSZHbtCw

 

God Bless,

Bryan

God’s Not In Panic Mode


In John 6, we find one account of the feeding of the five thousand. The people flocked to Jesus for various reasons, His teaching, preaching, and healing amassed multitudes wherever His Father led. On this occasion, the day grew long, and the remote location offered no resources to feed the hungry people before sending them home. John 6: 5 and following shares:

Then Jesus lifted up His eyes, and seeing a great multitude coming toward Him, He said to Philip, “Where shall we buy bread, that these may eat?” But this He said to test him, for He Himself knew what He would do.

The key insight to hone in on is that Jesus had already formulated a plan to meet the needs of the people.

As we race toward the Convention and the Presidential election in November, it appears panic has settled over true Conservatives in the Republican Party. Every day Never Trumps and Trump supporters fire salvos at each other, neither budging or giving ground. I’ll admit a wave of panic washed over me when Cruz suspended his campaign. With concern for the future of Conservatism, I noted Low Information Voters existed in BOTH parties. And yes, that aggravates me. And I’m especially disappointed in Evangelicals who chose to support Trump over a true Conservative like Ted Cruz. That being said, I won’t spend the next few months, worrying about a Clinton or Trump Administration. Fretting and hand wringing won’t change the course of Providence…note the capital “P.”

It is God who sets up kings and deposes them. Daniel 2:21 shares:

“He changes times and seasons; He removes kings and sets up kings; He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who have understanding.”

Daniel 4:17 reiterates the truth:

“The sentence is by the decree of the watchers, the decision by the word of the holy ones, to the end that the living may know that the Most High rules the kingdom of men and gives it to whom He will and sets over it the lowliest of men.”

A clear understanding of these truths show that politics is merely a method God uses to accomplish His will. Even though less than savory politicians abuse their political muscle, meaning it for evil, God uses it for good. Concerning our Country’s return to biblical principles, we mustn’t believe political entities are wielding the keys to Revival. If a spiritual awakening ignites in America, it will happen when the Church in lockstep marches into the world shining the Light of Christ.

Does this mean Christians should stay home on election day? Absolutely not! Where we have a voice and can elect our leaders, we should exercise that right by voting for those whose views most closely parallel our own.

Might we be disappointed in November’s outcome? Sure.  But it’s quite possible, even likely, that America’s suffered under the Obama Administration because our Country’s acting like a petulant child.  The Bible states,

“God disciplines those He loves.”

Raising strong-willed children often requires a lesson be taught multiple times.  Over the past few years, we’ve witnessed America rush to “hell in a handbasket.”  Should we really expect Him to give the Country a godly principled leader when we’ve thumbed our noses at Him?  II Peter 3:3 says,

“…scoffers will come in the last days with scoffing, following their own sinful desires.”

Isn’t that a perfect synopsis of the world today?

Maybe, just maybe, we’re seeing a rapid decline in morality because Gabriel’s holding the trumpet to his lips.  Maybe, just maybe, God’s about ready to send Jesus back for His Bride.  No matter the reason for our societal plunge into a cesspool, God’s not in panic mode and He has in mind what He’s going to do.

Unlike a politician’s pledge, we can take God’s promises to the bank.

 

Where’s the Beef?


One of my favorite commercials as a kid was “Where’s the Beef?”  For those of you who are in their 40’s or older, no explanation is needed.  But for the whippersnappers, here’s the gist. wheresthebeef Three older ladies walk into a fast food restaurant and order hamburgers.  When the ladies are served their food, they notice the bun swallowing the patty.  One lady with a distinctive and memorable voice keeps saying, “Where’s the beef?”  My family cracked up every time the commercial aired.  If you have never seen it, I found the classic Wendy’s ad on YouTube.  Here’s the link: Where’s the Beef?

So, my question for everyone is

“Where’s the Beef?”

The origin of this idiom is uncertain, but we know the phrase is used as means of complaining, grumbling, or protest.  It’s probably more often said as, “What’s your beef?”  But for the purpose of this entry, I’m asking,

“Where’s the Beef?”

Does anyone else find it disturbing that the front runner for the Democrat Party is under FBI investigation?  Does anyone really care Hillary Clinton compromised national security while serving as Secretary of State when she unilaterally decided to use her own “home brew server” and a personal email account to conduct government business because it was “more convenient?”  How many noted her story about dodging sniper fire after landing in Bosnia on a diplomatic trip as First Lady?  There was no sniper fire.  The only thing she’s dodged in recent memory is the truth.

Proverbs 12:22 shares:

‘The LORD detests lying lips, but he delights in people who are trustworthy.’

For whatever reason, our society no longer cares about the truth.  Remember the story, “The Boy Who Cried Wolf?”  In this classic tale from Aesop’s Fables, a young shepherd boy grew weary of watching his sheep, and in his boredom concocted an idea.  He decided to scream at the top of his lungs, “Wolf, wolf, the wolf is chasing the sheep!”

The villagers scrambled up the hill to fend off the wolf.  No wolf.  The shepherd boy found this amusing.  He screamed out “Wolf, Wolf” a second time.  Once again the villagers came to assist the shepherd boy.  Seeing no wolf, they left grumbling.  Then it happened.  A wolf attacked the flock, scattering them over the hillside.  This time when he cried out for help, no one came.  When the villagers noticed the shepherd boy was late returning home, they climbed the hill to check on him.  They found the boy weeping.  He wondered why no one came to help.  The very last line of the tale reveals the reason:

“Nobody believes a liar…even when he is telling the truth.”

But that’s not the case today.  Either Hillary’s staunchest supporters dismiss her perceived propensity to fabricate as being trumped up charges by her political foes, or don’t care as long as Mrs. Clinton won’t cut their government benefits and access to abortion on demand.  Abraham Lincoln said, ”

“No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar”

Well, that’s usually the case, but the Clinton’s have proven otherwise.  But not because the Clinton’s have perfected the art of lying, but because a large percentage of the American people suffer from gullibility.  There’s no personal investigation.  No one wants to dig deep.  If the news anchor says it, then it must be true.

I remember a time when lying resulted in consequences.  (I can still taste that bar of soap.) Today, the only consequence is the burden of choosing the right drapes for the Oval Office.  So, I ask again,

“Where’s the Beef?”

I look forward to the day when Truth reigns supreme.

Come quickly, Lord Jesus.

 

Awake the Sleeping Giant


A few nights ago, Delaina and I suffered one of the scariest moments we’ve had in quite some time.  If you know us well, you know we’re not sleeping much these days.  Our three year old struggles with regular nightmares, and our 8 month old rarely falls asleep without being held.  When Delaina or I attempt to lay her down for the night, she often wakes and the process starts over again.  Needless to say it’s been months (maybe years) since we’ve slept through the night. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining, I’m just setting the stage…

JuliannaCuterGrinOn Saturday night, Abby awoke whimpering, crying for Daddy.  About the same time, our baby startled awake, hungry.  I padded across the hall to snuggle with Abby for a bit, while Delaina picked up and cradled our youngest.  I dropped off to sleep next to our toddler, only waking when realizing her mattress and my back didn’t get along.  I crossed the hall again and climbed into bed.  Delaina jerked awake.  She had drifted off while nursing the baby.  (How she sleeps in the upright position, I’ll never know.)  Anyway, she asked if Abby was okay and then readied to put baby back in her bedside crib.

Suddenly, Delaina panicked.

“Is she breathing?  Is she breathing.”

 

Our baby lay completely limp in her arms.  What you must know is that our baby is a very, VERY light sleeper.  We had never seen her sleep so soundly.

“Is she okay?  Is she breathing?” she said again.

We didn’t shake the baby, because you never shake a baby.  Delaina tapped her arm, tickled her toes, and rubbed her leg.  We said her name.  Nothing.  No response.  We both stopped our frantic efforts to awaken her. Then, we heard it.

Breathing.

She was just THAT sound asleep.  For the first time in her 8 months, her daytime activities tuckered her out.  After Delaina, snuggled with baby for a few more seconds saying,

“I love you, I love you, thank you Jesus…”

she situated baby in her crib.  We both stared at the ceiling for a while, our hearts racing out of our chests.  An adrenaline release in the middle of the night isn’t conducive for restful sleep.

I imagine there are parents reading this that can relate.

In this event, I see a spiritual lesson.

I wonder how often God finds us in a deep spiritual stupor.  We call Him Father; we call Jesus our Lord and Savior, yet, when it comes right down to it, we spend more time ignoring His will than serving in His Kingdom.

Remember when Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane the night before His crucifixion?  He invited three disciples along.  The Bible says this in Luke 22:

When He arrived at the place, He (Jesus) said to them, “Pray that you may not enter into temptation.” And He withdrew from them about a stone’s throw, and He knelt down and began to pray.

Jesus prayed for a bit and then checked on His disciples. Each time He returned to His followers, Jesus had to wake them up.  He said to His disciples,

“Why are you sleeping? Get up and pray that you may not enter temptation.” (Luke 22:46)

And there’s the problem.  Many Christians today spend more time “sleeping” than serving in the Kingdom.  Maybe our greatest failure is lack of prayer.  Within the past 45 years we’ve seen our Country legalize abortion, strip public prayer from the public school system, legalize gay marriage and encourage men and women to choose the bathroom with which they identify.  Are we seeing a crumbling society because believers are napping instead of putting on the whole armor of God?  Methinks, yes.  Ronald Reagan once said,

“If we ever forget that we’re one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.”

In our efforts to kowtow to a politically correct society, we’ve neglected to victoriously raise the banner of truth.  Heck, we consider it bold to slap on a bumper sticker honoring Christ.  Statistics share Christianity is still by far the predominant religion in America, but if so, it’s the quietest majority in history.  Obviously our Country’s brimming with drowsy Christians.  Let’s not force God to shake us awake!

Church, are you breathing?  Are you breathing?

It’s time to wake the sleeping giant.

An Open Letter to Donald Trump


Dear Mr. Trump,

Congratulations on all but clinching the Republican nomination.  Unless you fall short of 1237 delegates needed before the Convention, and a new candidate rises from the ashes, you will be representing the Republican Party in November.  Since Ted Cruz emerged on the political scene a few years ago, I have been his fan, and supported his Presidential bid.  You must know I represent millions of Conservatives, disappointed at the outcome of this Primary and Caucus season.  I find it incredibly difficult to comprehend why “Conservatives” and “Evangelicals” chose to support your bid to be President of the United States.  That being said, I intend to support the Republican nominee, even if it’s you, in order to help defeat the Clinton Machine.  I would, however, like you to consider the following observations.

First, you claim to be a Christian, yet you boast of infidelity, slander opponents, and use profanity proficiently.  These behaviors alone create doubt that your stated “faith” is nothing more than a ploy to entice evangelicals to support you.  No, we’re not electing a National Pastor, but America needs a principled leader.  One whose word we can trust.

Second, for the last 7 years we’ve suffered greatly under miserable and dangerous leadership.  His distaste for American exceptionalism oozes from every speech, and any dissension draws harsh and painful consequences.  He especially hates a press that won’t get in line and carry his water.  Sound familiar?  Many Conservatives hoped to elect a President not only familiar with the Constitution but faithful to honor its implementation.  Please don’t model the behavior of Obama.  Restore dignity to the White House.  And by the way, graciousness and humility go a long way…..

Third, you waved a Bible while delivering a speech at Liberty University.  For the first time in my life, I witnessed a man raising the Word of God over his head, while cursing from the lecturn.  That Book you were waving….your Grandmother’s Bible…holds the key to wise leadership.  It instructs on how to relate to your fellow man.  Most importantly, the Bible explains how one can be guaranteed eternal life.  Mr. Trump, being a successful businessman and entrepreneur means nothing if you don’t have a personal relationship with God.  Recently, I heard one say the Bible is God’s cheat codes for life, but more than that it has given wisdom, insight, and comfort to some of America’s finest leaders.

“It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible.” George Washington

“I believe the Bible is the best gift God has ever given to man.  All the good of the Savior of the world is communicated to us through the Book.” Abraham Lincoln

“Within the covers of the Bible are the answers for all the problems men face.” Ronald Reagan

Many #NeverTrump people pledge to stay home or write in a third party candidate.  The odds of you defeating Hillary Clinton without their support is nil.  For you to possibly sway some to your side, there must be a stark change in both your attitudes and actions.  You have fences to mend and walls to tear down.  I pledge to pray for you daily and I’m challenging the rest of the Country to do the same.  But most importantly, Mr. Trump, I challenge you to read Proverbs 3:5-6 and apply these Scriptures to your life.

America’s thirsty for a leader in whom we can be proud.

Will you be that man?

Sincerely,

An American Pastor

 

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God Doesn’t Think You’re Crazy


Do you ever talk to yourself?  I do.  In fact, talking to yourself is a universal activity and even has mantalkingtoGoda special name.  It’s called “private speech” and some psychologists dedicate their entire lives to studying this phenomena.  Before going further, I’m not talking about an individual walking down the street yelling at clouds, swatting at imaginary creatures or the demons of his own making because of alcohol and drugs.  No, I’m talking about the “private speech” that encourages and challenges or at times, unfortunately, berates and discourages.

Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen reports that in a study on private speech in adults, participants learned 6 different computer tasks of varying degrees of difficulty.  Every single one of the adults in the study talked to themselves at least once during the tasks and 80% of them talked to themselves during all 6 tasks.  Concerning “private speech” Hendriksen adds, “You’re simply thinking out loud, which is not only normal, but beneficial.”  Even God encourages “private speech.”

In the first chapter of Joshua we find God’s instructions to the successor of Moses.  Joshua 1:8 states,

“This book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have success.”

I want to focus on the word “meditate.”  The Hebrew word for meditate is “hagah” which means to “mutter, murmur, to utter, or speak.”  Often times when hearing the word “meditate” we think of a person sitting Indian style with elbows resting on the knees, index fingers and thumbs touching, softly humming.  In Joshua 1:8, God commands Joshua to meditate on His Law day and night.  Can’t you imagine Israel’s leader speaking God’s Word aloud to himself as he readied to cross the Jordan into the Promise Land or before marching around the intimidating walls of Jericho? I can hear him “private speaking” this word of encouragement:

“No man will be able to stand before you all the days of your life.  Just as I have been with Moses, I will be with you; I will not fail you or forsake you.”

On many occasions I find myself quoting Scriptures aloud, especially when facing unpleasant circumstances or tasks, or when tackling a problem that requires supernatural intervention.  One of my favorites is

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13

According to God, we’re to meditate (mutter, utter, speak) His Word day and night.  And what’s the benefit?  We’re told in  Romans that “faith comes by hearing, and hearing the Word of God.”  Whenever we quote His word aloud to ourselves our faith grows stronger.  “Private Speech” grows our faith muscles and a strong faith is necessary in this evil day and age.  In fact, the next time someone notices your lips moving and believes you’re conversing with yourself, inform that individual,

“I’m not crazy.  I’m working out.”

Keep talking.  Grow those faith muscles!

 

 

 

 

To My Fellow Cruz Supporters


To my fellow Cruz supporters:  Last night proved Low Information Voters exist in both Parties.   I was in a meeting when my wife texted, “Cruz is out.”  I felt sucker punched…physically ill…fighting mad, but too exhausted to throw a punch…so yes, I share your pain.  However, I refuse to write in a third party candidate that can’t possibly win; nor will I stay home and sulk on Election Day.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not jumping on the Trump Train with enthusiasm and chest bumps.  Any of the Republican potentials would’ve been better than Trump…well, except for Kasich.  So, with my nose held tightly between thumb and index finger, I will cast a vote for Donald Trump in November.  Am I happy about it? No!  Do I think he’s a true Conservative?  Absolutely not!  He’s a Rhino at best and at worst, a Democrat Light.  However, there might be a smidgen of integrity left in Trump, whereas Hillary Clinton has obviously made some type of nefarious deal with the devil, or she’s competing with Lucifer for the title of the universe’s biggest liar.

Why do I believe Trump MIGHT be a bit better than Hillary?  Four reasons.  First, she boasts proudly of her support for abortion at any stage in pregnancy.  Though Trump’s past suggests otherwise, he says he’s pro-life.  Second, Hillary pledges to carry on the legacy of Obama, administering a third Obama term.  Trump says Obama’s been a disaster.  Does Donald actually mean this?  I’m not sure.  But we know for certain the anti-American intent of Hillary Clinton. Third, Hillary pledges to enact stricter gun control laws.  Daughter Chelsea says Mama Clinton would like nothing more than to repeal the 2nd Amendment. Trump insists he’s a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment and the NRA.  According to a Breitbart article from last year,

“GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump is a lifetime member of the NRA and a concealed carry permit holder who believes the advantages an armed citizenry provides to America are so evident as to be beyond “debate.””

And lastly, there’s the issue of the Supreme Court.  In fact, that may now be the most pressing reason to vote for a “Republican.”  Whether or not Trump intends to nominate a Conservative in gavelthe vein of the late Justice Scalia is yet to be seen.  However, we know Hillary Clinton’s nominee/nominees will be Left of Elizabeth Warren.  If Conservatives lose the Supreme Court, America’s done…this isn’t hyperbole.  We’re finished.  To reverse course and restore American exceptionalism would take decades…if ever accomplished at all.  If we elect another candidate hell-bent on cramming socialism down America’s throat, we might as well rename ourselves Northern Venezuela.

Might Trump be a nightmare?  Absolutely!  But a nightmare greater than the Clinton’s occupying the White House?  Hardly.

Some will now attack me and claim I’ve never been a true Conservative.  That’s hogwash.  Some will say I’m abandoning my principles.  And once again, that’s not true.  Understand I’ve been blessed with a wife and six precious children.  I’m thinking about their long term future…futures impacted by lifetime appointments and judicial activism.  I’m not focusing on my present frustration with the current state of events.

Just sharing my heart.

Girls Need Better Role Models than Beyoncé’


Our Country’s devolved to the point where Beyoncé’ is considered a role model.  I’m not just referring to teenyboppers enamored with her music and dancing style.  No, I’m talking about heads of state.  Both President and Michelle Obama gush over Beyoncé’, referring to her as

“the perfect role model for our daughters.”

I guess the term “role model” has been hijacked by a society sprinting to “hell in a hand basket.”

Webster’s defines the term role model as,

“Someone who another person admires and tries to be like.”

lemonageMany people cite positive exemplars in their lives as role models.  Common character traits to
emulate might be: respectable, responsible, trustworthy, sacrificial, person of integrity, etc.  These attributes seem worthy of imitation and ought to serve as a rule of thumb for those seeking imitable persons.   Though I don’t know Beyoncé’ personally, her public mannerisms and performance antics fail miserably in setting a good example for our daughters today.

I’m not being judgmental, I’m basing this critique upon the lyrics of her newest music release, Lemonade.  According to Danielle Campoamor at Romper, the song stands as an embodiment of how

“you’re entitled to your feelings; and by feeling them and letting them go, you free yourself.”

Campoamor goes on to write,

“This one song from Lemonade, “Freedom,” proved that when it comes to Beyoncé and her creative vision, we’re not ready and we’re not worthy, but we’re in desperate need of her message.”

We’re in desperate need of her message?  What’s the message propelling desperate souls to find solace in the musical talents of  Beyoncé’?  Popular online blogger Matt Walsh breaks it down nicely.  (I’d  share some of the lyrics, but I intend to keep this blog suitable for all age groups.)  Walsh sums up the message of Lemonade in the following way:

Lesson 1: Use sex as a weapon to possess and to gain revenge.

Lesson 2: Find self-worth in your money and the expensive things you can buy.

Lesson 3: See his blog for this one (warning, adult content)

Lesson 4: See his blog for this one (warning, adult content)

Lesson 5: Express your empowerment with middle fingers.

Lesson 6: Eat corn bread and collard greens.

The only lesson in this list suitable for our families would be to eat corn bread and collard greens…and personally, the thought of eating greens turns my stomach.  If your family loves Beyoncé’ and her brand of entertainment, I’m not intending to shame you.  But are the lessons listed in Walsh’s critique, the ideologies we want to instill in our children…especially our daughters?

As Christian parents, it’s our responsibility to lead our children in the “paths of righteousness.”  Her songs, rife with profanities and sexual themes, drive listeners down the broad road of destruction.  Allowing these lyrics to resonate in our mind steers our spiritual GPS away from the admonition found in Philippians 4:8,

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.”

For in thinking about “such things,” our hearts will be drawn to folks worthy of imitation, and ultimately to the Lord Jesus Christ.  And it’s in Him, where the desperate souls of this world will find true freedom, because true freedom comes when personal repentance meets God’s grace.

Don’t drink the Lemonade.

Overcoming the Gag Reflex


My wife and I have been blessed with six kids. Yes, six.  (No, we’re not Catholics or Mormons.  Yes, we know how this happens.)  For years I’ve battled an incredibly powerful gag reflex, and as a first time Dad years ago, I dreaded dirty diapers like the plague.  The not so fresh aroma and the texture of a baby’s poo forced me into the bombastic throes of choking every time I attempted to change a “doody.”  One occasion in particular stands out in my mind.

A few years ago my wife taught piano lessons.  Before she embarked upon this venture with private students, she confirmed I would watch the kids during these half-hour sessions.  I diapershouldered that responsibility, all the while praying without ceasing that our little ones would only go potty and not poo-poo.  One day about fifteen minutes into a piano lesson, my son absolutely destroyed his diaper.  I was tempted to shout for reinforcements, call 911, or hose him off outdoors, but thought better of those ideas.  This. Was.  My.  Job.  I rifled through the diaper bag and found a diaper and wipes, then I wadded up a handkerchief and shoved it into my mouth in hopes to quell the gag reflex.

It didn’t work.

As I opened the diaper, my gagging launched into overdrive.  Within seconds, I sprinted to the bathroom, and for the very first time vomited because of mys son’s digestive byproduct.  After cleaning up and throwing cold water on my face, I heard Delaina giggling, informing the student that I was fine…I was just changing a diaper.  She laughs about that to this day.  Me?  Not so much.

Did you know there’s something that prompts God to vomit?

 “To the angel of the church in Laodicea write:  These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation. 15 I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! 16 So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.”  Revelation 3:14 – 16

A lukewarm faith turns God’s stomach.

Many Christians go through the motions.  They attend Church on Sunday morning, essentially stamping their time card. These same parishioners shake the Pastor’s hand and thank him for the message, thinking very little about their walk with Jesus until the next Sunday morning rolls around.  Other Christians treat Jesus as a genie in a bottle, calling on His help in times of crisis.  Some believers talk a good game in the small group Bible study group, but during the week it’s difficult to differentiate between their lifestyle and the behavior choices of their lost neighbors.

This activates God’s gag reflex.

We are called to take up our Cross and follow Jesus.  Today, people of all backgrounds and ideologies find the cross fashionable, wearing it as ornamentation on their ears or around their necks.  I think many have forgotten the significance of the Cross.  In Jesus’ day, the cross symbolized one thing and one thing only, death.  When Jesus instructed His disciples to take up their crosses and follow Him, they didn’t rush back to their wives’ jewelry box. No, they understood Jesus was talking about sacrifice…dying to self…putting Christ first.  Lukewarm Christians fail to see the need for sacrifice, and this causes God to be queasy.  Let’s live in such a way we don’t cause God to gag.

Have I overcome the gagging when changing a diaper?  It’s taken several years…and handkerchiefs, but for the most part, yes.  Changing someone else’s baby?  Now THAT’S another story.

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