Divine Persuasion in Ministry

In 2 Corinthians 5, Paul talks of two strong things that persuade and constrain him to preach Christ:

1. The Wrath of Christ.
"For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive the things done in the body, according to what he has done, whether good or bad. Knowing, therefore, the terror of the Lord, we persuade men..." (2Cor. 5:10-11)

2. The Love of Christ.
"For the love of Christ compels us, because we judge thus: that if One died for all, then all died; and He died for all, that those who live should live no longer for themselves, but for Him who died for them and rose again." (2Cor. 5:14-15)

[All emphasis mine]

The Three Invisible Constants - A Sermon

Place: Living Word Chapel, Sanjaynagar
Date: Sunday, April 29, 2012.
The Written Form is Adapted from the Sermon and includes a few extra verses withing the [].

"We fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal." (2 Cor.4:18).

The Bible makes a very paradoxical statement here. It tells us that we can see the unseen and calls us to fix our eyes not on the visible transients of this world but on the invisible constants of divine reality.

Our human eye is an amazing member. It is something like a very advanced camera, equipped with lenses, a capturing wall called retina, and wires called optic nerves to a processing and storage system called the brain. However, the human eye sees only a very small range of the wider spectrum of light. Our visibility is confined to only the light range between the infrared and the ultraviolet. We only see a very small percent of even light; and, our sight is limited to what light reflects from bodies out there.

We understand by all this that the visible is not all the reality that is out there. Our eyes can't hear sound waves nor smell odors; the ears and the nose bring that part of reality to our experience. However, there are many things that are not perceptible to even our physical senses. The Bible tells us that the physically visible are temporary. The face that we see on the mirror today will not look the same after some 30 years. Change is characteristic of the visible world around us. However, the Bible talks of some invisible constants that are immutable through eternity, that is unchangeable regardless of everything else. The Bible calls us to fix our eyes on these invisible constants and let these lead our life.

I must ask the question here: What are the things that control our life? Are they the visible things or the invisible things? Are are reacting to what we can only see around in the very present or do we conform to the eternal things that are simply invisible to the natural eyes.

The Bible tells us that the invisible things of God are perceived by faith and revealed in our hearts by the Spirit of God.

"We live by faith, not by sight." (2Cor.5:7)
"God has revealed it to us by his Spirit." (1Cor.2:10)

Today, we'll look at three important invisible constants that must govern our lives.


"he King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God" (1Tim.1:17)

I remember some scientists, philosophers, and Christian theologians once engaged in a debate. The scientists and philosophers were contending that God's existence cannot be believed in because He is never visible. The atheists asked the theist if there was something which is invisible but so real that one can't deny its existence. The theist answered, "Yes, the laws of logic." Isn't it amazing that scientists believe in microscopic particles like the electron without ever having seen it.

A missionary was once travelling in a ship. The captain of the vessel was an atheist and was very intolerant about the missionary's work. He said that he didn't believe in God. The missionary asked, "Why?" "For the simple reason that I've never seen him," the captain replied. The missionary remarked, "You are a mindless being!" To which the captain, stunned, retorted, "Why do you say so?" The missionary replied, "Because I've never seen your mind!"

God is invisible, but He is the Reality that holds the universe together. Acts 17:28 says "For in him we live and move and have our being." The Psalmist cries out in Psalm 139,

Where can I go from your Spirit?
Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you are there;
if I make my bed in the depths, you are there. If I rise on the wings of the dawn,
if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me,
your right hand will hold me fast. If I say, "Surely the darkness will hide me
and the light become night around me," even the darkness will not be dark to you;
the night will shine like the day,
for darkness is as light to you.
(Psa 139:7-12)

This invisible God is timeless and eternal. This universe will one day pass away, but God will remain forever:

["They will perish, but you remain;
they will all wear out like a garment. You will roll them up like a robe;
like a garment they will be changed.
But you remain the same,
and your years will never end." (Heb 1:11-12)]


"No eye has seen,
no ear has heard,
no mind has conceived
what God has prepared for those who love him" (1Cor. 2:9)

God has a plan for every person born in this world, because they are born not by human will, but the "fruit of the womb is a reward" from God. (Psalm 127:3). Recently, I saw a very interesting cartoon work in which a man angrily raises his fist to heaven and asks: "If you are a loving and merciful God, WHY didn't you send someone to cure cancer, or true leaders to govern US? What's your problem GOD???" God answers from the clouds, "I DID!!! You ABORTED Them."

We might not be able to see what plans God has for us, but those plans of God are real and constant though invisible. However, when we fail to be able to perceive them in the spirit by faith, because we are still carnal in our thinking, we can end up falling away from His good plans for us. So, no matter what the circumstances and people around us are trying to say, we must fix our eyes on the invisible constant of divine plans. Wonderfully, God has revealed them to us in His Word in the form of His divine promises. These help us to escape the death-process active in the world and attach ourselves to the eternal constants of God.

["by which have been given to us exceedingly great and precious promises, that through these you may be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust." (2Pet 1:4)]


We live in an age where people are continuously buying and selling land. The Bible talks about a man in the Old Testament, Abraham, who became the Father of Faith because though God had told him that he would give him a land, and he arrived in Palestine, he never fixed his eyes on this perishing parcels of land. He knew that one day he will have to leave this world, so all the acres of land wouldn't go with him. He fixed his eyes on the invisible and imperishable heavenly city of God.

"By faith Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going. By faith he made his home in the promised land like a stranger in a foreign country; he lived in tents, as did Isaac and Jacob, who were heirs with him of the same promise. For he was looking forward to the city with foundations, whose architect and builder is God. " (Heb 11:8-10)

Abraham lived all his life in tents and never owned a parcel of land except the grave that he bought for Sarah, his wife. He was the citizen of heaven. [Jesus portrays heaven as the bosom of Abraham in His Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus].

"All these people were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance. And they admitted that they were aliens and strangers on earth. People who say such things show that they are looking for a country of their own. If they had been thinking of the country they had left, they would have had opportunity to return. Instead, they were longing for a better country--a heavenly one. Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for he has prepared a city for them." (Heb 11:13-16)

The Second Coming of Jesus Christ is a Sacred Truth of the Scriptures. We must preach it and believe it because our eyes must not be fixed on the immediate things of the world. Jesus told the rich young man to sell all his possessions, give them to the poor, and follow Him, and he would have treasures in heaven; but the rich young man turned back sorrowful for he was controlled and governed by the visible treasures of this world. He couldn't see the invisible. God wants us to be able to look at, gaze at, and fix our eyes on the invisible treasures of God, on the heavenly city.

"But our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ, who, by the power that enables him to bring everything under his control, will transform our lowly bodies so that they will be like his glorious body." (Philippians 3:20-21)

May our lives not be a reaction to the physically visible, but let our lives be founded and controlled by the Invisible Constant of God, His Purposes for us, and the Blessed Hope.

Unfailing Love: A Deeper Look into the Story of Hosea

by Guest Author Rita A. Schulte

Marry a whore. Keep her as your wife. She will betray you continuously, but you must love her and never leave her. You will be rejected continuously. You will be seen as a fool. Your life will be painful. Your reputation challenged. You will need to trust me. You will need to depend on me. You will always need to forgive, always show unconditional love, and always remain faithful in spite of your feelings of betrayal.

Who would ask such a thing? ---God did—of the prophet Hosea. Why? He likes using the dramatic to drive home a point. God uses real-life people like you and me to demonstrate the commonality of our struggle. But the purpose of this story illustrates something profoundly deeper. God is telling us the story of his heart here. By using the sanctity of the marriage bed, and its defilement-- something he knew we could understand-- he shows us something of his pain regarding the betrayal of the children of Israel. Did you catch the part about Hosea loving his wife and never leaving her? Close your eyes for a moment and freeze-frame that scene. You’ve discovered your spouse has been unfaithful. Not once but dozens of times. This is a person you thought you knew. This is a person you trusted. The truth has seared your soul like a hot iron. Every part of your being cries for justice. Hurt outweighs reason. What should you do?

Now, think about the worst betrayal you have experienced. Close your eyes for a moment and recall the pain. Now imagine you have to experience that pain every day for the rest of your life. And you have to do it with love. By now, most of you are probably thinking, “No way! I wouldn’t do it. I couldn’t do it. But that’s what God does. You may be thinking, Ok, but he’s God he’s supposed to love unconditionally. You’re right. And he does. Over and over he demonstrates his faithfulness to us in spite of our rebellion, just as he did with Israel. He does it to paint a picture of his heart toward you and me. Don’t get me wrong—he was angry at Israel’s betrayal and continual idolatry. But consider this: here in this story, as always, mercy is remembered in the midst of wrath. Rejection of his children is not an option. God never leaves for a better offer. His love is unfailing and his mercies are new every morning.

The story of Hosea provides a powerful window into the heart of God and how his heart breaks over our constant infidelity and wandering. While this story is symbolic of God’s relationship to Israel, it is nonetheless applicable to each and every child God has loved and desired intimacy with. I believe God’s heart is saddened under the weight of our lack of faith and trust in his goodness. I believe he is disappointed that we often choose not to see the love of his heart toward us. And just as he lamented over Jerusalem in Luke 13:34, I think his heart is broken at how quickly we forget him to chase after another. So consider this; God wants to show us that even though we whore after other things, even though we don’t trust him, even though we rage at him and blame him for our plight—just as the children of Israel did—he waits patiently for us, constantly showing us the mercy and compassion of his heart.

So, the next time you’re tempted to believe no one understands your pain----remember the story of Hosea, and how God demonstrates his faithfulness to us in spite of our wandering hearts.

Rita A. Schulte is a licensed professional Christian counselor in the northern Virginia area. She has written a book entitled Sifted As Wheat: Finding Hope and Healing Through the Losses of Life which is currently represented by Hartline Literary Agency. Rita also hosts a weekly podcast show called Heartline. You can find her at www.siftedaswheat.com.

Patience, the Steel of Character - A Poem

Patience is the steel of character,
Patience is the strength of the inner man,
Patience is the final factor
In the test of God's perfect man.

Patience will keep you through fire,
Patience will keep you from the heat of the day,
Patience will keep you from all desire
That seeks to destroy God's complete man.

Patience is the test of faith,
Patience is the test of love,
Patience is the test of hope
In God's goodness towards men.

Patience cannot be bought by money,
It isn't gained through ascetic pain.
Yet, Patience need not be gained so, for
Patience is the gift of the Spirit within every man.

"The fruit of the Spirit is...patience" (Gal. 5:22)
"let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing." (James 1:4)
"In your patience you shall possess your souls." (Luke 21:19)

Jesus Never Taught His Disciples To Make Ministry Needs Known To The World

They say that it is impossible to serve God without money.

But Peter said to the lame man, Silver and gold have I none but what I have I give to you. And he gave him what the world couldn't give. That is divine ministry.

The modern day worker would like to set up an organization for the lame and raise for them money instead of giving what God has called us to give- the Name of Jesus.

Interesting that Jesus never taught His disciples to make ministry needs known to the world. He simply assured them that the Father will provide. But modern day ministries are consumed by the need to raise funds. But they can't even get in a decade what Peter got in a day without money, by only the Name of Jesus.

To say that money is necessary is one thing, to say that ministry is impossible without money is a biblical mistake. To build the work of God on anything other than the True Foundation, Jesus Christ is self-defeating.

God has ordained that the needs of the ministry be supplied by the acts of generous giving by saints. When one gives to the needs of the saints and the work of ministry, one gives to the Lord (2 Cor 9:12). It is important how, where, and what the collection of offerings are used for.

God can do more with faith-possesing and fully committed men of God than with foreign-aided and fund-oriented ministerial businesses. In fact, He would usually do without them.

Love is the Greatest - Song by Domenic M.


Amulet of Virtue (The Cure of Corruption) - A Satirical Story byHarishankar Parsai (English Version)

A Satirical Story by Harishankar Parsai(1924-1995)
Translated from the Hindi “Sadachar Ka Taweez”

Uproar arose in a certain kingdom that corruption had spread wide.

One day the king called the courtiers and said, “The people are crying out that corruption has spread out all around. But, I’ve not been able to see it till this day. Tell me, if any one of you has seen it!”

The courtiers replied, “If it hasn’t been seen by Your Highness yet, then how can it be seen by us?”

The king said, “No, it is not so. Sometimes that which is not seen by me may perhaps be seen by you. For instance, I never see bad dreams, but you may be seeing them.”

The courtiers replied, “Yes, we see them; but, that is just a matter of dreams.”

The king said, “Still, search the whole kingdom and see if you can find corruption anywhere. And, when you find it, bring me a sample of it so that I can also see what this thing looks like.”

One courtier replied, “Your Highness, we won’t be able to find it. We have heard that it is very subtle and fine. Our eyes are so much used to seeing the Majesty of Your Highness that they can’t see subtle and microscopic things any longer. And, even if we happen to see corruption, we will see your reflection on it for the image of Your Excellency fills our eyes. However, there is a tribe in our land, who are called “Experts”. This tribe has a certain collyrium (eye cleanser) that they apply to their eyes and are able to see even the subtler things. My request is that Your Highness handover the job of finding corruption to these experts.”

The king sent for five men from the “Experts” tribe and said to them, “I have heard that there is corruption in our kingdom. But, we do not know where it lives. I appoint you to find this thing, and when you find it bring it to me. If it is too great, then only bring me a sample of it.”

The experts started their investigation from that very day.

After two months they appeared before the King’s Court again.

The king asked, “Experts, is your investigation completed?”

“Yes, Your Majesty!”

“Did you find corruption?”

“Yes, quite a lot!”

The king extended his hand, “Bring it to me and let me also see how it looks like!”

The experts replied, “Your Majesty, it doesn’t come into the grip of hands. It is not corpulent but subtle and imperceptible to the senses. But it is widespread all over. It is omnipresent everywhere. It can’t be seen but can be felt.”

The king fell into deep thought. He said, “Experts, you say that it is subtle, imperceptible, and omnipresent. These are the qualities of God. Is corruption God?”

The experts replied, “Yes, Your Highness! Now, corruption has become God!”

A courtier asked, “But where is he? How can he be felt?”

The experts replied, “He is everywhere. He is in this courtroom. He is on the King’s throne.”

“On the throne”… saying this, the king jumped off his throne and stood up.

The experts said, “Yes, Your Highness, he is on the throne. The bill that was paid last year for painting the throne was a false one. It was twice the amount incurred. The middle man ate half the money. Corruption is widespread in your administration and is chiefly in the form of bribe.”

When the king heard this, he became worried and the ears of the courtiers stood up.

The king said, “This is a matter of great concern. We want to eradicate corruption totally. Experts, can you tell me how to wipe this out!”

The experts replied, “Yes, Your Majesty, we have also found the solution to it. In order to eradicate corruption, the King will have to make a lot of changes in the Law. First of all, all opportunities for corruption must be removed. For instance, if there is a tender, then there is a contractor. And, if there is a contractor then there is bribe for the authorities. If you abolish the tender, then you also wipe off the bribe linked to it. There are likewise many other things. We must investigate the reasons behind men taking bribes.”

The king said, “Okay, you leave your entire plan here. We and our Court will look over it.”

The experts went away.

The king and the courtiers read the Plan for the Elimination of Corruption. They brooded over it.

The brooding took several days, and by and by the king’s health began to deteriorate. One day, a courtier said, “O King, your health is deteriorating due from worry. These experts have put you in encumbrance.”

The king replied, “You are right, I can’t sleep through the nights!”

The other courtier replied, “We should commit such reports to the fire! Why should anything destroy the sleep of the King?”

The king said, “But what shall we do? You have also studied the Plan for the Elimination of Corruption. What is your opinion? Can we bring it into force?”

The courtiers replied, “Your Highness, this is not a plan, but trouble. How many reversals and upheavals will this create! How many difficulties! The whole Law will turn topsy-turvy. There are new problems that will arise from any attempt to change what’s already going on. We must devise a means by which we can eradicate corruption without changing anything.”

The king said, “This is also what I desire. But how? My Great Grandfather used to know magic; but I know none of that. Now, it is you people who must search for some solution!”

One day the courtiers brought before the king a hermit and said, “Your Highness, we have brought this great sage doing penance in a cave. He has made an amulet of virtue. It is perfected through chants and on being worn turns the wearer immediately into a virtuous person.”

The hermit took out an amulet out of his bag and gave it to the king. The king looked at it and said, “O hermit, explain me about this amulet in detail. How does one become virtuous by wearing it?”

The hermit explained, “Your Highness, corruption and virtue are from the spirit of man; not from without. When the Creator creates man, he fits in one spirit the voice of truthfulness, while in the other he fits the voice of falsehood. From this voice arise the calls of truth or falsehood, which are also known as the “Voice of the Spirit”. A man always works according to the voice of the spirit. Now, the question is how do we suppress the voices of falsehood and dishonesty that arise from the spirit of some people and bring out the voice of truthfulness instead out of them? I meditated on this for quite a many years and now have made this amulet of virtue. Whoever wears this on his arm will become virtuous. I have tested it even on dogs. When I tied this amulet around the neck of a dog, he stopped stealing bread. The thing is that, from this amulet come out voices of virtue. When someone’s spirit begins to call out voices of dishonesty, then the power of this amulet strangles the throat of such spirit and the man begins to hear the voices of truthfulness from the amulet. He is duped into thinking that these voices are the calls of his spirit and is inspired towards virtuous action. This, O King, is the secret of this amulet!”

There was a stir in the court. The courtiers got up one by one and began looking at the amulet.

The king became happy and said, “I never knew that there were such miraculous hermits in my kingdom. O Great Soul, we are very obliged to you. You have taken away our trouble. We were so much troubled by omnipresent corruption. But we don’t just want thousands but millions of amulets. The Government will establish a factory for the production of amulets. You shall become the General Manager of it and will oversee the production of the best amulets.”

One Minister said, “Your Highness, why should the Kingdom be burdened with it? I suggest that you give the tender to the hermit. He can get the amulets prepared by his society and supply it to the Government.”

The king was happy with the suggestion. The hermit was given the tender to produce the amulets. Immediately, he received some 50 million rupees to start the factory.
Newspapers ran the news “Discovery of the Amulet of Virtue!” “Factory to Make Amulets Opened!”

Millions of amulets were made. By order of the government, every government servant received an amulet on his arm.

The king and courtiers were very happy that such an easy solution to the problem of corruption was finally found.

One day, the curiosity of the king was awakened. He thought, “Let me go see how this amulet works!”

He changed disguise and went to the office under camouflage. That date was the 2nd of the month. The employees had received their salaries only a day ago.

He went to an employee and talked of some business and began to give him a five rupee note.

The employee shouted at him, “Get out of here! Bribery is sin!”

The king was very pleased. The amulet had turned the employee into a virtuous man.

After a few days, again, he changed disguise and went to the same employee. The date was 31st, the last day of the month.

The king again showed him the five rupee note, and this time the employee took it and put it into his pocket.

The king caught hold of his hand and said, “I am your king! Have you not worn the amulet of virtue today?”

“Your Highness, I have worn it. See here!”

He rolled up the sleeve and showed it.

The king was confused. How did this happen?

He placed his ear on the amulet and listened. From the amulet, some voices were calling out – “Hey, today is 31st; take it, at least, today!”

“The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and the evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For out of the overflow of his heart his mouth speaks.” (Luke 6:45, NIV)


Time and Transcendence - A Poem

Past is left behind like a frozen piece of concrete;
Future ahead is spread out like a giant misty sheet.
The parted Past is of us a part; Future, still transcendent.

Invisible Future yanks us out of Past’s grave-like sleep;
It pulls us to its infinite bosom of possibilities deep.
Death is a terror to those who have failed to be transcendent.

The flesh cleaves to the dust to return to the dust;
The spirit reaches upward to the starry sky:
Ego shall fade, so shall every pulsation of lust;
But, the wise shall shine like the stars of the sky.

© Domenic Marbaniang, 2012

Is Philosophy Dead? Is Science All That Is?

In Epistemics of Divine Reality, I have argued how the empirical approach to knowledge would attempt to jettison metaphysics. In the early 1920s, a group in Vienna called the Vienna Circle tried to annunciate the death of philosophy by founding a school of philosophy called logical positivism. The group was composed of mainly mathematicians, physicists, sociologists and economists, but no professional philosophers. So, their utter dislike of metaphysics can be understood. But, it is interesting that one attempts to overthrow philosophy by constructing a school of philosophy. But, that contradiction in terms is natural to any form of empiricism that seeks to avoid the rational. The Law of Verification that they proposed was what dealt a death-blow to the theory itself. It was itself unverifiable (of course, because the philosophy was not empirical itself). The two World Wars did reveal, if not anything else, this one thing that philosophy was not dead. Nazism might have some evolutionary scientific tinge, but it was a philosophical system after all, and one with disastrous consequences making the best use or misuse of science to further its goals. Nations and people are governed not by the discoveries of science but by philosophies and ideologies that they hold to be rationally true. Logical positivism soon went into the grave.

Recently, Stephen Hawking has been quoted as saying that philosophy is dead having been overthrown by Science. Again, it is a statement by an empiricist scientist against the rational, speculative disciple. But, again, empiricism is itself a philosophical perspective; only, that it fails to fully answer the rational demands of knowledge. If the physicist can’t escape granting eternity to at least the physical and empirical Law of Gravity (though it is not necessitated at all), he, of course, also ought not to refuse acknowledging the eternality of some non-empirical Laws of Logic (which aren’t provable by science, though invoked by it). Philosophy couldn’t be dead after all. However, with all the scientific advancements, discoveries, education, and predictions, it is still worthwhile to ask if philosophy is truly dead. Let’s consider the following:

  1. What is it that still governs politics and legislation in a nation? Is it science or some ideology?
  2. Where do ideas of morality and justice come from?
  3. Where do people get their ideas of rights? Does science tell one that rights are fundamental?
  4. Where do people get the concept of crime and justice? Are the concepts scientifically discovered? Can their truthfulness be determined by science?
  5. Where do people get the concepts that motivate their engagement in charity and welfare work?
  6. Where do people get their ideas of freedom of will, Truth, and validity of knowledge, since science holds to a deterministic view of the universe?
  7. Where does one get the idea of sufficient evidence in order to be able to make a claim as omnisciently negative as the one that “God does not exist”?

Obviously, science is not all that is.

Story of the Song Stuti Aradhana Upar Jati Hei

In 1995, while waiting alone in a van for his colleagues who had gone shopping, Wilson Burhankar, presently Senior Associate Pastor at the Fellowship Church of Itarsi, fell into ecstasy remembering the awesome goodness of God in his life. It was his first year in the Seminary as a teacher and his first year as a full-time Worship Leader at the Itarsi Church. He remembered the ill-battered lifestyle that he had lived prior to knowing Christ, the drunken boozes, the street fights, the nights spent singing at religious gatherings, and the continual stress and pain inflicted on his family because of his sin-laden lifestyle. But, one day the Lord changed his life all over. He came to the Seminary and underwent three years of theological training. The greatest surprise came when Dr. Thomas asked him to consider to stay back and minister here as a worship leader. Inside he felt totally unworthy, and yet was confident of the grace of the Lord. As he sat in the van considering these things, the words flowed from his heart into a song that now echoes almost everywhere around the globe:

Stuti aradhna upar jati hei
Aashish dekho neeche aati hei
Prabhu hamara kitna mahan
Dekho humsey karta hei pyar
Hallelu Hallelujah.

Praise and worships ascends upwards
Blessings, see, descend downwards.
Our Lord is so great
See He loves us
Hallelu Hallelujah.

He taught the song in the Seminary and sang the song with the Church choir at the General Annual Convention of the Fellowship Churches that year. The Convention served as a launch pad for this simple song that people who had come from all over India picked up and sang in their own churches. The chorus resonated and spread like waves throughout the nation and throughout the world, and today is one of the best known choruses sung in Hindi.

Pastor Wilson went on to write many other choruses and songs that have become popular: Stuti Prashansa Hamarey Yishu ko, Sambhalta Hei Yishu, Ruh Ki Agni Bhej, Hey Mere Man Vyakul Na Ho. But, the one that continues to be the favorite of kids and grownups alike is the one that flowed from his heart on that lonesome day of 1995.

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