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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Increase by Association

We can only go so far in life by ourselves. Show me your friends and I’ll tell you how far you’re going to go. People we hang around with have the power to bring life or death into our lives.

C. S. Lewis said, “The next best thing to being wise oneself is to live in a circle of those who are.” When we select our friends wisely, we’ll see a speedy growth in ourselves, our family, business and career. When we keep to ourselves or keep bad company it will hinder our growth and progress. People we spend time with have a great influence in our lives. It’s ok to help others who are negative, struggling, and making wrong choices but if they become our only friends then we’re going to stifle our own growth.

In the Bible, there are many examples of people who rose to the top due to the company they kept. We don’t have to have a “better than you” attitude but we must chose friends who will challenge us to go up higher.

Being a minister, I have to relate to different types of people. I take pride in making friends with those who are not “all together.” I love people who are falling short of the mark. Jesus was a friend of the sinners and I want to be like Him. I’m friend to all but I chose my inner circle very carefully. I know from past mistakes that having the wrong friend or no friend will steer me in the wrong direction. Jesus was available to all but He gave Himself to the twelve disciples and even a smaller group of people were His inner circle.

One of the advantages of having wise people for our friend is they open new doors for us. When we establish a mutual relationship, we can refer our friends to each other. This is why it is vitally important to build long-term relationships. If we’re calling on people only when we need something from them then our relationship is shallow and you can’t expect too much from it. But when we seriously invest our time, efforts and energy to enrich the life of the other person, we too will be blessed by God and our associates.

The Bible gives clear instructions on not to make close friends with angry, negative and lazy people. Friendship with a gossiper may be tempting but one day they’ll gossip about you. The Bible says, “Evil company corrupts good manners.” Choose your friends wisely.

When I look for a close friend, I pay attention to how they talk, how they spend their time and their love for the things of God. If their talk is constantly negative I wait for them. If they’re sour and critical, I avoid them from getting too close. I stay away from those who are lazy and time-wasters. I minister to all types of people but I don’t bring them home with me.

Another thing I’ve learnt in life is to have varieties of friends. I have friends who give me sound financial advice. I have others who teach me about relationships. Yet there are others who bring spiritual input into my life and my least favorites are those who are reminding me to exercise! ;) Seriously, if you want a balanced life, you have to have variation of friendships. When we have input into our lives by wise people, we’ll increase by association.

One of the best friends and associates we all can have is to have God on our side. When God is on our side and we’re on His, we can do anything. Don’t put God in the back seat and expect to have a smooth ride. You’ve heard people say, “Let God be your co-pilot.” I’m challenging us put God on the driver’s seat so that He can lead us to our destiny in victory. I guarantee you’ll increase by association when you have God on your side. Let’s choose your friends wisely.

“Walk with the wise and become wise; associate with fools and get in trouble” (Proverbs 13:20 NLT).

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Parenting with a Purpose

Kids are a lot of fun. They’re truly a gift from God. Our main job is to train and help them find God’s purpose for their lives. Easier said than done, parenting is one of the most challenging yet rewarding job in the world.

Our culture is having an effect on our children more and more. What was unacceptable just a few decades ago is normal now. Every parent has their right to raise their own kids but there are some Biblical principles, if followed, our children will be mighty in the land.

The other day, my friend was telling me how her daughter confessed to acting up and not having a best attitude with her mom. My friend is very passionate about raising Godly kids. When she asked her daughter what would prevent her from acting up again, she said, “Spending more time with you Mom!”

Kids spell love T-I-M-E. One of the greatest needs our kids have today is to spend quality and quantity time with their parents. When they feel loved, affirmed and accepted, they perform better all around. In our pursuit of happiness, business and career, sometimes we forget what we’re working for. Don’t let that be you. If we’re to enjoy our kids the rest of our lives, then it is wise for us to invest in them now. What we deposit in our children is far more important than what we deposit for them.

Discipline is one of the best ways to show love to our kids. We all need boundaries; why spare the kids? The Bible teaches us to train our children (age appropriate manner). If we don’t spare the rod when they’re young, our children will go through life with lot more success and lot less drama. When we spend time with our children, we earn the right to discipline them when and as needed. Discipline with love is how God deals with us. We should do the same with our kids.

Another great key to parenting is to focus on the majors. Don’t lose sleep over potty training your child. I’ve never seen a twenty-year-old going around in diapers. When we have a relaxed and easy going attitude at home, we’re sending a positive signal to our kids. Remember, people are more important than stuff. Dirty carpet can be cleaned but your kids will be kids only once. Don’t sweat the small stuff!

As the children grow older, teach them responsibility. They’re never too young to start. If we enable them to have an entitlement mentality, they’ll grow up thinking the world owes it to them. A better way is to teach them responsibility and reward them for it.

Spirituality is caught more than it’s taught. I know many Christian parents struggling to keep their kids interested in God. One of the best ways we can impart spirituality to our kids is to be an example. Read your Bible every day; spend time in prayer and fasting. Go to church regularly. Practice what you preach. Disciples are made not born.

As the kids reach adulthood, shift your parenting to consulting. Give advice and counsel only when it’s sought for. I’m planning to charge my kids for advice when they get older. Our children need the space to make their own discovery. They will make mistakes. Be gracious, understanding and patient. Don’t criticize, demean or condemn them. There’ll be enough people in the world to do that. Love, laugh and celebrate together. Don’t just endure your kids, enjoy them. If any of your kids young or old is not walking with God today, keep praying for them. They have no chance when you pray. You may not have had a good example of a parent but now you do. Let’s imitate our Heavenly Father! Parenting is an awesome responsibility. Let’s raise our kids with a purpose and enjoy them!

“Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4 ESV).

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Health is Wealth

God created us in different shape, size and form. We’re not supposed to look like Barbie doll but we’re all supposed to live healthy. Our body is not only where we live but it is also where God lives. We’re responsible to take care of our health.

We’re all made up of body, mind, spirit and soul. Therefore, it is not just enough to focus on physical exercise we need to also pay attention to our mental and spiritual health. Today, let’s discuss some of the major areas we can improve our health.

Get active. There’s a tremendous awareness in our society about the benefit of staying fit. Many of you my friends are shining example of staying fit. Facebook is full of entries of exercise triumphs. I love it! Some of my friends are exercising both for them and me. Most of us however need to make an effort for it. I’m not greatly motivated to exercise but I’ve realized this, if I don’t do what’s needed now, I’ll live shorter and unproductive life. Here’s the simple key. Exercise! No matter what you do, how long and how often – get active. Anything you do is better than nothing.

Don’t worry! Worry and stress will send you early to grave. We’re all tempted to worry about something every day. When we worry, we change nothing. A Nepalese proverb says, “The tiger in our mind is bigger than the tiger in the jungle.” We often worry about things that have no basis for it.

Yesterday, I had lunch with an old friend. I had brought my laptop with me to show him some pictures of what God was doing on the mission field. I had put my computer down by my chair and when we got done visiting, I completely forgot about my laptop. I drove almost fifteen minutes before I remembered my laptop. I start to worry. I took a sharp U-turn but I was distraught. I had all my important documents in my laptop. Negative stories of my friends loosing stuff began to flood my mind. The tigers in my mind were becoming bigger and bigger. Finally, I remembered what I often advise people to do – prayer! I prayed briefly and asked God to protect my laptop. When I returned to the restaurant, I looked under my table and there was no computer. I panicked! When I asked the staff at the counter, she said, “What color is your computer?” I said, “It’s an HP, gray color.” Immediately, she handed me my computer. I was so relieved! I thanked God and walked away happy. The point of this story is: we can worry or we can pray. Prayer brings results worry destroys our health.

Watch your intake. A great emphasis has been put on our eating intake. It’s important that we eat and drink healthy. A lot more sinister enemy is what we feed our minds. When we watch negative news reports over and over, when we indulge in trash TV and internet we damage ourselves much greater than bad choices of food. It’s ok to stay current with news and world affairs but don’t get addicted to negative media or attitude. Keep a positive picture of yourself and the world. Protect your mental health by guarding what you read, listen and watch. The movies that play in your mind most frequently will be the reality you’ll live in life. Turn off the negative feeds.

Serve others. One of the most selfish things you can do for yourself is to serve others. When you help others, you release a happy hormone called endorphin. A sense of purpose, self-worth and significance will rejuvenate your body, mind and soul. Reach out to at least one person every day. When you’re a blessing to others, God Himself will bless you. Friends, let’s take care of our body. Our health is our wealth!

“Worship the LORD your God, and his blessing will be on your food and water. I will take away sickness from among you” (Exodus 23:25 NIV).

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Monday, October 28, 2013

A Shift is Coming

None of us like to be last. We all want to be the first to be served and the first to cross the line to victory. However, you may be stuck in the back today. Don’t worry. A shift is coming!

The other day I was talking to a friend and she said, “Sandy, when I hear other people, it feels like everybody is taking me over. Everyone is getting ahead. They go on nice vacations and live in fancy houses. What about me? When will I get to enjoy life?” I told her, what I’m telling you. Hold on. A shift is coming! When we live life that is pleasing to God, He will fulfill His promises. The key is to wait patiently with a good attitude, doing the best you can, expecting God’s blessings to overtake you. Our God is a Rewarder. He will never take you through a hard situation and not bless you for it. Things may not look so bright right now. Don’t worry. A shift is coming!

Yesterday, I was at a grocery store. I had forgotten that it was the weekend and the whole city will be there. I don’t enjoy shopping, much less stand in long lines. I was disappointed but I was able to keep a good attitude. I saw a man trying to maneuver his cart to the back of my long line. He had only a few items in his cart so I asked him if he’d like to get in front of me. He was very grateful and got in. We’re still 10-15 away from the counter. Thirty seconds later a clerk came up to him and said, “Would you like to come to the front sir?” He was ecstatic! The man who should have been in the back of the line was now checking out in the front and I was second in line! What happened? A shift had taken place. I wanted God to get the glory. While he was paying, I said, “Brother, you have the favor of God in your life.”

Friend, you may have spent all your life paddling in the back row. You may have not had a good break since your business started. Your health may not have been up to par. Some of you my friends are struggling in your relationships. You don’t see how you’ll make ends meet. The bills come faster than you can earn. I have good news for you. A shift is coming. God is breathing in your direction. You’ll be able to send your child to school of your choice. You’ll be able to pay off your debt in a much shorter time. He will move people around in your favor. The sickness will suddenly leave you perplexing even the doctors. A shift is coming! Are you ready to receive God’s unmerited favor today?

I’ve been going to the nations to preach the Gospel for the last twenty seven years. I’m living my dream representing you on the mission fields. God’s favor, your support and our team are winning thousands to Christ every month. As much as I love ministering in various nations, I don’t enjoy the long 12-16 flights to get there. In my last trip I was flying out of London, when the captain put a smile on my face saying, “We’re going to arrive early because of the tailwind.” Same distance, arrive early! Friend, God is bringing some tailwind in your life today. Yesterday it was struggle but this week, victory awaits you. What looked like it’d take years to accomplish, you’ll achieve in the fraction of the time. Your health will spring forth. You’ll have all your bills paid and have plenty leftover to help others.

Friend, the wind may be blowing against you but don’t quit. The tide of the battle is turning. God allows the hardest battles to the strongest people like you. God is shifting things around. Jesus Himself is praying for you. The very thing that was against you will propel you to the next level. Like the stranger in the grocery store, God will bring you from the back to the front. Like the tailwind in my flight, He will cause you arrive earlier than you thought. Don’t just look at your natural circumstances. Jesus said, “The last shall be the first.” He will bring you from the back to the front. Rejoice. A shift is coming!

I replied, “But my work seems so useless! I have spent my strength for nothing and to no purpose. Yet I leave it all in the Lord’s hand; I will trust God for my reward.” (Isaiah 49:4 The Message).

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Do the Small Things Well

We all are attracted to big things. We like the feeling of achieving great things and making a big impact. However, most of life’s success is in doing the small things well.

Doing the small things might not get us as much attention or recognition but when we do the small things right, we create a miracle for ourselves. Dale Carnegie said, "Don't be afraid to give your best to what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves."

That is so true! When we do the small things right, we’re setting ourselves up for big victories. It is a test of our character. Our character is like the root of a tree. The deeper the roots go the strong the tree becomes. Small things can mean, not to get offended so easily. It may be paying more attention to our diet. It can also mean forgiving someone or making a phone call to stay in touch with your elderly parents. When we diligently make those sales calls we’ll see the harvest coming in. Being kind to your spouse and patient with your children may seem like a small thing but it’ll make your family prosper. Friend, when God prompts you to do a small thing - obey quickly. Every time you obey God, there will be a reward waiting for you.

Once, Jesus met with a man born blind. When people asked Him whose fault it was Jesus said, “This happened so that the works of God might be displayed in Him.” Then He spit on the ground, made mud with the saliva and proceeded to put it on the man’s eyes. Jesus instructed the blind man to go to the Pool of Siloam and wash off the mud. It was a small thing but the blind man obeyed and he was healed! What if the blind man had said, “No, Jesus! This is too simple. Thanks but no thanks. I’ll pass.” It was the man’s obedience in a small thing that healed him.

I wonder how many problems we face today will disappear if we only obey to do the small things God is telling us to do. I used to be a hot-tempered driver. I had a lot of insecurity and agitation going on in my heart. One day the Holy Spirit spoke to me saying, “How long are you going to allow strangers in traffic to spoil your day?” At first I didn’t like hearing that. But I developed a personal growth plan to overcome. It took me almost six months to get over that one small thing. Now I say, “I love traffic!” I have peace like never before. It makes me more productive every day. Here’s the key. When we obey God in small things, God will make us ruler over much.

When you’re tempted to live a low life, dish out insult for insult - don’t give in. When you’re tempted to argue over a small thing, don’t fall in that trap. When you’re tempted to hold a grudge, remember that you too need forgiveness every day. When you’re worried about what other people think; think again. Your future is not in their hands but in God’s. You may say, “Sandy, why can they live this way and not me?” Here’s why. They’re not going where you’re going. You’re called to do great things in life. If we become obedient to God in the small things, He will promote us in big ways we’ve never dreamed of.

Friend, today I’m asking you to do the small things well. Pay attention to the still small voice of the Holy Spirit in you. The more you do the small things right, the higher you’re going to rise in life. Remember, God has a reward for every obedience. He will never take anything away from you without giving you something better. Do the small things well and you’ll see your life flourish like never before.

“Do not despise these small beginnings, for the LORD rejoices to see the work begin” (Zechariah 4:10 NLT).              

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Monday, October 21, 2013

There’s Plenty for You

Our vision is our future but yet there are so many people content with so little. If we can only raise our vision, we’ll have plenty for what we need and plenty left over to bless others.

One thing I love about our God is that He is a BIG thinker. He created the universe lavishly. His vision to save the world was equally outrageous! The Bible says, He who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, how will he not also with him graciously give us all things” (Romans 8:32 ESV)? If we’re to make a difference in our lives, family, community and the world then we too must think, talk and act like God. Our lives will only produce to the heights we envision ourselves to succeed.

What is your vision? Do you see lack, scarcity and mediocrity? Or are you a big thinker and even harder worker? Vision, hard work and patience will get you just about anything you want in life. In the early 70s, Honda’s vision statement was, “We will destroy Yamaha.” In the 60s, Nike’s vision statement was, “Crush Adidas.” Both have matured and evolved since then. If your personal ambition is to compete with others you’re wasting your resources in the wrong channels. Pursue your own dreams. There are seven billion people in the world today! Someone has a need of your service. No matter what business you’re in, remember this: people don’t buy products; they buy the experience of you. Nobody in the world can substitute what you have to offer to people. You can’t be everything to everybody. Focus on your strength. Don’t try to win everyone. Target those who understand your value, principle and cause.

This year, our goal is to reach 300,000 people with the Gospel. We are well on our way. By the grace of God, your support and the sacrifices of our native missionaries, we’ve already touched over 200,000 people. Next two months are our biggest outreach months of the year. One way we achieve our goal is to constantly remind the vision to ourselves and our co-workers. We don’t wake up in the last month of the year and say, “Oops, I guess we better work harder now.” We start off a new year in full steam and keep the momentum going throughout the year. If we do the right thing long enough, rewards will come. Consistency pays off.

Maybe you’re running a business today and you’ve had a slow year thus far. Don’t panic. There’s plenty for you! The so called “experts” may have a negative report. The Wall Street may say contrary to your belief in God’s ability. Your personal experience may not have been so good. Remember this: God has plenty for you. You will only acquire what you can aspire to achieve. If you think small, you’ll receive small. If you expect great things from God and work equally hard for it, you’ll have everything you need and more. Increase your capacity to receive from God.

A great stumbling block to our accomplishment is when we get bogged down to the details of how things should happen. Don’t misunderstand me. I believe in planning and strategy but never underestimate the power of God. He is a great finisher. What you didn’t achieve the whole year, He can bring to you just through one customer. Your labor in the Lord is not in vain. He knows the desires of your heart and He loves to see you fulfilled. Give God praise by faith. For if God be for us, who can be against us?

Friend, there’s plenty for you. This week, go out with a new spring in your footstep. Expect sales, business, favor and customers to come to you. God has already commanded those into your account. Now it’s your job to walk out by faith and meet your blessings. There’s plenty for you and plenty left over to bless the world. I’m praying for you!

“The LORD will make you the head, not the tail. If you pay attention to the commands of the LORD your God that I give you this day and carefully follow them, you will always be at the top, never at the bottom” (Deuteronomy 28:13 NIV).

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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Be a God Chaser

Human nature is to want more. We’re all pursuing something. It is not bad in itself to pursue our family, career, business, name and fame. However, nothing we do to advance ourselves will have its full impact unless we first become God-chaser.

Too many people today are spinning their wheels without success. Jesus said, Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need” (Matthew 6:33). In my experience, most people want to pursue God but they don’t know how. Today we’ll discuss becoming a God-chaser.

The first thing we have to do to become a God-chaser is to make a decision. Until we make a quality commitment to put God first in our lives, we’ll not be living up to our full potential. You may not be anything right now but when you become God-chaser, you’ll have everything in Him. God has been on your side all your life now it’s time for you to form an alliance with God.

Jacob in the Bible is a perfect example for us to learn from. He was a cunning man. He didn’t consider anyone as long as he had his way. Integrity was not his strength. He cheated his own brother out of his inheritance over a bowl a soup. One day Jacob had an encounter with God. He repented from his troubled past and then he wrestled with an angel until daybreak. Jacob became a God-chaser! The angel blessed Jacob; gave him a new name (Israel) and a new nature. Everything in his life began to change from that point. He became the Father of the nation of Israel.

One of the characters of a God-chaser is humility. This is so simple yet it is so hard. Humility means dying to our flesh and self-will. A true God-chaser doesn’t try to control his/her own life but one who surrenders to God. Humility will make you bow before God and rise before men. Moses was a self-made man growing up in the house of Pharaoh. He thought he was something until he killed a man. Like most of us men, he had a lot of ego. It took God forty years in the wilderness to humble Moses. But when God was through He made Moses to be the savior of a nation!

Friend, today you may be going through your wilderness. Don’t be anxious if it’s taking you longer than you expected. I assure you, it won’t take you forty years. Life may be uncomfortable now. Don’t try to hurry the process. The good news is when God is through molding you, you too will make history. He will not only change your destiny but of your family and generations to come down your bloodline. When you put on humility and become God-chaser, He will promote you beyond your wildest dream.

Raised in a Buddhist family in Korea, Cho was dying of tuberculosis at the age of seventeen. A girl came to visit him daily to share Christ with Cho. He couldn’t resist God’s love for him and Cho became a God-chaser. He was healed of tuberculosis completely. Cho started a small church with only three people. Today, Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho has the largest church in the world in Seoul, Korea with a membership of over one million people! God-chasers are history makers. God wants to make history with you!

Friend, no matter what you’re facing today, God is waiting for you to return to Him. God is not mad with you; He’s madly in love with you. He wants you to surrender your life to Him. If you give Him the broken pieces of your life, you’ll rise from your ashes. He will take nothing from you without giving you something far better. If God’s love could reach a cheater like Jacob and a murderer like Moses, He can certainly reach you. Make a decision today. Become a God-chaser. I guarantee your life will never be the same again. I’m praying for you!

“Love the Lord your God with all your passion and prayer and muscle and intelligence—and that you love your neighbor as well as you do yourself” (Luke 10:27 The Message).

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Saturday, October 19, 2013

Called to Be a King

Since we’re young we’re told to do great things. We dress up as prince and princess but as times goes by, life happens. We lose our hopes and dreams. We give up but God never gives up on us. Today I want to remind you that you’re called to be a king.

For many of us today, life is a struggle. Some of my friends are working two or three jobs to provide for their families. It’s a daily battle to make ends meet. Others of you have waited a long time for a job to come by. Some of you have a lingering sickness, a relationship or a family problem. I have good news for you. You’re called to be a king in life. A king doesn’t get bogged down with life’s travails but he is in the place of authority to influence many – that’s YOU!

This is what happened to Saul in the Bible (I Samuel 9-10). He was an ordinary man doing ordinary things but God had a special plan for Saul. He was anointed to be the King of Israel and deliver God’s people from the Philistines. One day Saul was in search of his father’s donkeys. They were preoccupied with their heads down chasing donkeys when God ordained a day for him to meet Prophet Samuel. Samuel poured a jar of oil on Saul and declared him to be the next king of Israel. What a shift that brought into Saul’s life. One day he was chasing lost donkey and the next day he became the king of Israel!

Today is your day! I’m here to tell you that you’re called to be a king. Stop chasing “donkeys” in your life. Today, you may be chasing a career, a relationship, health or wealth but I must remind you, God wants you to be the king! He wants you to rule and reign in life through Jesus Christ. No sickness, obstacles, difficulties and challenges are going to stop you. When you step up to be the king, all the “donkeys” in the kingdom will automatically be yours.

In the Bible, Peter was an ordinary fisherman. One day Jesus saw him and he was chosen to be one of the disciples. Through much struggles, mistakes and learning, Peter went on to become one of the greatest disciples of Jesus. He won thousands to the Lord at once on the Day of Pentecost. Today Jesus sees you. It doesn’t matter where you’ve been what matters is what you can become!

You may be living an ordinary life, struggling to pay bills and raise your family. Maybe you have a small church and it’s going nowhere. Maybe you’re consumed with a struggling relationship or a prolonged sickness. Don’t be discouraged. You’re called to be a king. Stop chasing donkeys and follow the call of God in your life.

I just returned from a missions trip to Asia. Every time I go there, I’m amazed at the ordinary people making an extra-ordinary difference because they’ve responded to the call of God in their lives. Pastor Krishna spent twenty six months in a Nepalese prison but he has planted two hundred churches since his release. Singh was forced to be separated from his wife for ten years when he became a Christian. Today Singh, his wife and children have a thriving church in a bustling city. They’re leading thousands to the Lord. Bijay lives in an obscure village but the Holy Spirit working with them turned a red light district into a God-hungry village. People sit outside to learn about Jesus because there’s no room in their church!

Friend, you can live and reign in life as king. Like Saul, you’re anointed to be a king. Stop chasing donkeys and step into your divine destiny. You’re a victor and not a victim. Like Peter, you may not have had many opportunities in life but when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, you will make history. Like Pastor Krishna, Singh and Bijay, you too can make a difference in your community and around the globe. When you take your place as a king, not only you’ll find your donkeys but you’ll rule over them all. Arise today. You’re called to be a king!

“For if, because of one man’s trespass, death reigned through that one man, much more will those who receive the abundance of grace and the free gift of righteousness reign in life through the one man Jesus Christ” (Romans 5:17 ESV).

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