Stimulate Motivation For Witnessing

Stimulate Motivation For Witnessing

Chapter Two

Stimulate Motivation For Witnessing
Grace Greater Than Our Sins! 33 Seeing Potential For Christ In Every Person 41
What Makes You Most Happy In Life? 35 "Love Never Fails!" 43
God's Love Includes Everyone! 37 Without Jesus People Hurt! 45
Michelangelo Of The Manse 39 Discussion Questions 47

1 Timothy 1:15-16

Grace Greater Than Our Sins!

The first and greatest motivation in the life of the soul-winner is recognition of God's loving heart and saving desire towards every sinner in the world. To understand something about the character and qualities and attitudes of God, is to be motivated to become godlike in our own attitudes and actions and reactions towards others. The Bible makes it very clear that God loves all persons (all sinners among a fallen race), and that it is not His will that any person should perish eternally. God sent His Son to earth to die for all sins of all sinners of all times. God's Spirit convicts all persons and seeks to draw all persons to the living Christ through whom all can be forgiven and all can receive God's eternal life. God loved the entire world of mankind, and Christ died for all persons. All persons are savable, although, because God created every human being with a free will, only those individual sinners who choose to repent and to believe in the Lord Jesus will actually be personally rescued from sin and spiritual death and eternal destruction. Objectively-speaking, God is reconciled to the entire human race (because of Christ's 'finished work' on the Cross), but subjectively-speaking, only those sinners who personally repent of their sins and surrender to Christ in faith are actually and personally reconciled to the almighty and holy God. The 'gift of eternal life' which Christ 'purchased' with His blood on Mount Calvary must be accepted by a person (sinner) before he can personally experience and enjoy the gift.

The second reason a believer is motivated to remain patient with people is because he is convinced that God's power is great to change human nature. Confidence in God's power to transform human nature, both instantaneously and gradually, gives a basis for patience in working with people. God has the power to made a 'bad' man 'good', to transform a passionate persecutor – Saul – into a powerful preacher – Paul! Wrote Paul "How true it is, and how I long that everyone should know it, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners – and I was the greatest of them all. But God had mercy on me so that he could use me as an example to show everyone how patient he is with even the worst sinners, so that others will realize that they, too, can have everlasting life." (1 Timothy 1:15-16, Living Bible) The wicked slave trader of many years ago, John Newton, was transformed into a beautiful saint of God! He wrote the famous song, "Amazing Grace".

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"Amazing grace! How sweet the sound, 
That saved a wretch like me! 
I once was lost, but now am found, 
Was blind but now I see."

"Thou mighty transforming Christ, I thank you that there is 'no sin stain so deep but what your blood goes deeper yet'! Where sin abounds your grace super abounds!"

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: Because God loves all persons without exception and Christ's blood was shed for all, I resolve to broaden my 'circle of love' to include more persons!

– Ron Christian –

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Luke 15:1-7

What Makes You Most Happy In Life?

God is willing patiently to work with people in order to produce great spiritual and moral changes, and therefore we too (as believers and as witnesses) can learn to be patient with people while they are in the process of being changed by God's transforming power.

Christ said that He came to seek and to save the lost ones and that he came not to heal the healthy ones but to heal the spiritually sick ones. Said Christ, "Likewise joy shall be in heaven over one sinner that repenteth, more than over ninety and nine just persons, which need no repentance." (Luke 15:7) As a believer, do you find yourself rejoicing about the thing that greatly rejoices the heart of God – a sinner repenting and coming to the Savior for forgiveness and new life? What makes you most happy in life? Would you rather win a lost person to Christ and bring back a backslidden person to the fold of God than do anything else in your Christian life? Are you 'lost in wonder, love, and praise' as you contemplate the power of God to transform human beings?

God's transforming power was wonderfully manifested in the lives of the Corinthian people to whom Paul preached the Gospel of Christ. The contrast between what they were before they met Christ and after they received Christ is indeed great! Wrote Paul, "Don't fool yourselves. Those who live immoral lives, who are idol worshipers, adulterers or homosexuals – will have no share in his kingdom. Neither will thieves or greedy people, drunkards, slanderers, or robbers. There was a time when some of you were just like that but now your sins are washed away, and you are set apart for God, and he has accepted you because of what the Lord Jesus Christ and the Spirit of our God have done for you." (1 Corinthians 6:10-11, Living Bible)

Christ takes the despised woman of Samaria and makes her an honored messenger of love. Christ takes a demon-possessed outcast and makes him a respectable citizen. Christ takes a high brow Pharisee and makes him a humble and a faithful follower of Himself. Christ takes a doubting Thomas and makes him a flaming evangelist. Christ takes a thieving Onesimus and makes him a faithful servant. Christ takes an adulterous outcast and makes her a pure and respectable lady. Christ takes the dying thief and makes him a son of paradise. He takes the guilt-ridden publican and makes him a free and justified believer. Christ restores a wandering prodigal to the stature of full son-ship. Christ breaks the shackles of sins and sets the prisoner free. Christ seeks and finds the lost sheep. He applies his healing salve to the sores of sin, and restores the

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downtrodden to wholeness and health. Christ came to seek and to save the lost.

"Thank you for your indescribable power to transform human nature. You can make the weak strong, the selfish selfless, the defeated victorious, the worried serene, the bad good! Continue to change me from the 'inside out'. In Jesus' name. Amen."

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: 'In Christ' I am not merely a better person, but a new person!

– Ron Christian –

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John 3:16-17; 2 Peter 3:9

God's Love Includes Everyone!

God loves every person without exception! He desires that none perish but that all should come to repentance and be saved!! He has a place prepared in heaven for every single human being, and He wants to take all persons to heaven! None are 'predestined' by God to be lost, but every single person (past and present and future) is 'chosen by God to be saved'! Romans 2:4 talks about God's great patience with sinful mankind. "Don't you realize how patient he is being with you? Or don't you care? Can't you see that he has been waiting all this time without punishing you, to give you time to run from your sin? His kindness is meant to lead you to repentance." (Living Bible) When Jesus' disciples were rejected in a certain Samaritan town, they wanted to call down fire from heaven to consume the inhabitants, but Jesus said that their spirit of vengeance was very wrong! (See Luke 9:51 ff), Jesus suffered long with even those who rejected Him. Even with those who refuse to repent and who finally perish, the Bible says that God has no pleasure in the death of the wicked (see Ezekiel 18:23, Ezekiel 18:32).

Jeremiah suffered in unbelievable ways because of persecutors who rejected his prophesies regarding impending 'doom' for unrepentant sinners. He was called the "weeping prophet". Are you able to weep over the lost ones rather than impatiently to reject them? What is the greatest motivation that believers can have in their work as soul-winners? Realization that Almighty God – who is absolutely holy in character – is the God who cares infinitely for a sinful, fallen race of people! God loves everyone, and He wants to save everyone. "The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance." (2 Peter 3:9, NIV)

Christ has provided an atoning sacrifice, when He died on the cross, that is capable of forgiving every sin of all mankind. Christ's atonement is unlimited in its scope and power – in its breadth and width! Wrote Paul, "He (God) longs for all to be saved and to understand this truth: That God is on one side and all the people on the other side, and Christ Jesus, himself man, is between them to bring them together, by giving his life for all mankind." (1 Timothy 2:4-6, Living Bible) The apostle Paul also wrote: "He (Christ) died for all so that all who live – having received eternal life from him – might live no longer for themselves, to please themselves, but to spend their lives pleasing Christ who died and rose again for them." (2 Corinthians 5:15, Living Bible)

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"O thou God whose 'justice' allows the exclusion of none and whose 'love' has provided an atoning sacrifice for every single person in the world, fill me with so much of your love that I will see the 'saint' in every sinner, and enable me by your Spirit to love each sinner with the very persistence of divine-like love. May love be the single 'note' that runs through my life. Then my life will have been worth living."

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: As an 'imitator' of my loving Father, my goal in life: To condemn no sinner, to condone no sin, to love all persons unconditionally and persistently!

– Ron Christian –

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Luke 15; John 10; Isaiah 40:11; Ezekiel 34

Michelangelo Of The Manse

I have a special picture hanging in my hallway. I call it The Michelangelo of the Manse. Before it hung there, it hung first in my grandmother's house, then in my mother's. It is not a priceless work of art. It's a cheap print my grandmother bought in Nixon, Texas at the local five and dime for $10.00 around the turn of the century. I keep it for two reasons. First, I have a sentimental connection to it. Second, it gives me a warm, comforting feeling. In it, a barefoot Jesus moves away from a small lake with a shepherd's staff in one hand and a lamb in the other. A flock of sheep circle Him, but all of His attention is focused on the tiny, helpless creature in His arms. My picture is an artistic rendering of "The Good Shepherd" of Isaiah 40:11, who "gathers the lambs with His arm, and carries them in His bosom and gently leads those that are with young".

Among the most beloved images in the Bible is this gentle Shepherd. Luke pictures Him leaving ninety-nine safe, healthy sheep in the wilderness while He scales cliffs and scours caves searching for one lost, desperate creature. John labels Him "The Good Shepherd", and in verse 15 describes a shepherd so devoted that he would even "lay down his life for his sheep". According to Ezekiel 34, he doesn't send a subordinate. He becomes personally involved. There we read: "I myself will search for my sheep". Note his actions toward his people in 34:11-16: "I will pasture them. I will tend them." (Vs. 15) "I will search for the lost and bring back the strays. I will bind up the injured and strengthen the weak. I will shepherd the flock with justice." (vs. 16)

The shepherd image in the Old Testament and in the New Testament is an unlikely metaphor in today's world. "To gently carry the lambs in His arms", to seek and search for one lost sheep when most are safe is not a logical response. It's not good business to risk a well-trained shepherd's safety for one wayward lamb. It's hard to believe in the value of one in our day and age. Human life is cheap. Babies are aborted. Old people are drugged and robbed and raped. The poor are used and thrown away. The youth are exploited and sold cheaply. We choose only to spend money and time and effort on the good, the intelligent, the rich, the powerful, the popular, and the perfect. Like the poor shepherds of Ezekiel 34, we would not have risked our flock or our lives for one ordinary, disobedient sheep.

Not so with The Good Shepherd. It is this idea above all else that draws us to Jesus and pulls us away from all other gods. What we all long for is someone who doesn't throw

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us away and forget we exist when we make mistakes or grow old or ugly or useless or penniless. The heart cry of every man is pictured in The Good Shepherd, an advocate who searches into the wee hours of the night and refuses to rest until we are safe again in the fold. It brings tears to our eyes and smiles to our faces and comfort to our hearts and seems almost "too good to be true" that the Almighty God, the crowned Savior and Lord, the Breath of the Universe, would go out of His way to save one lost sheep.

"Dear God, thank You for Jesus, Your living masterpiece, etched across the canvas of my life."

AFFIRMATION FOR'THE DAY: 'There maybe times when I feel lost, but I am never abandoned.

– Loretta Jenkins –

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2 Corinthians 5:17-21; Galatians 6:9

Seeing Potential For Christ In Every Person

A healthy church is a Sprit-filled church, a church which is greatly increasing in the manifestation of the "Fruit of the Spirit". "The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance." (Galatians 5:22-23) One of the several ways in which the Holy Spirit manifests Himself in the life of a fully committed follower of Christ is seen in the virtue of longsuffering. Longsuffering or patience with people is an indispensable quality in the life of an effective soul-winner. Patience is one of the many rich dimensions of Love (agape). Patience is love which can wait without despair and which can endure without resentment. The man of patience is the man whose spirit does not give in to despair.

Patterned after the patience of God, the Spirit-controlled person keeps on hoping, believing, and working with people, regardless of the odds and the obstacles, and the oppositions. Patience means persistence in loving people, regardless of despairing circumstances. Growth in love as a Spirit-filled believer is growth in patience. To love truly means to wait persistently. Patience with sinners until they respond to God's call of repentance. Patience with God's patience with an unbelieving world which seems bent on self-destruction.

A love-possessed person can wait on God and can wait on people, and, while waiting, can work persistently as God's tool of redemption, as God's minister of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:20). Notes William Sangster, "The saint never gives up. He goes on serving, loving, helping. He aches for souls. Neither indifference, nor slander, nor injury can stop him. He does not make a motive of gratitude. His great motive is his utter love of God." (Daily Readings; pg. 134) The Christian must cultivate the fruit of patience in his life if he is to work effectively with people in general, and with sinners specifically. Patience is a distinctively Christian trait, resulting from being controlled by the Holy Spirit. Without the cultivation of this Spirit-given fruit, a would-be disciple will soon despair in his attempts to work with people – especially sinners.

John Wesley spoke to this need for a steadfast spirit which will never give in to despair Said Wesley: "You that are diligent in this labor of love, see that you be not discouraged, although, after you have used your best endeavors, yon should see no present fruit. Yon have need of patience, and then, 'after ye have done the will of God' herein, the harvest will come. Never be 'weary of well-doing: in due time ye shall reap, if ye faint not'".

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Copy after Abraham, who 'against hope, still believed in hope.' 'Cast thy bread upon the water, and after many days thou shalt find it again'."

"Dear Lord, help me to believe in people, looking beyond what they are to what they can become in Christ! As you have suffered long with me, O God, help me to be longsuffering with others. For Jesus' sake. Amen."

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: Because my longsuffering Lord never gave up on me, I resolve, in my 'work of outreach', never to give up on anyone else!

– Ron Christian –

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Psalms 103:8-12; 1 John 4:7-11

"Love Never Fails!"

In working with people, you, as a 'witness for Christ', must always remember that 'love never fails!' So, when you truly love people (unbelievers) 'in the Spirit', you are always successful, regardless of the tangible (visible) results of your loving and witnessing!

Patience is that Spirit-given quality of life, cultivated by the earnest Christian, which enables the believer never to give up in his care for people, regardless of the imperfections in 'saints' or the outright oppositions of 'sinners'.

The truly great soul-winners throughout history have always been those persons who learned to love people, in spite of their sins. Notes William Sangster, "God gave this mighty love to Catherine Booth. Even as a girl, she said that she was willing to die for her father's salvation. She said that the all-absorbing question of her husband's life (and it was no less true of herself) was how best to reach and save the masses. Many a time she cried, 'O! the value of souls! They are worth all the trouble and sacrifice involved – – yea, a thousand times over'… Or consider the life of John Woolman, the Quaker-saint, His 'biographer says, 'The keynote of his message was always and ever love. Love to God and love to man. This single note runs through his life and writings like a silver thread.' It was still true of him when he came to die. On his deathbed he had no pre-occupation about heaven: no mention of crowns, harps, raptures 'but the same tender and touching concern for suffering humanity, relieved only by the thought of the paternity of God, and His love and omnipotence'." (Daily Readings; pg. 134)

Do you wish to have a passion for lost humanity, a faith in the potential in every sinner's life, a love that is all-encompassing for the broken people all around you? God's long-suffering with sinful mankind is your strongest motivation to practice patience with people. God patiently spares His wrath and extends His mercy, calling men and nations to repentance. God delayed His judgment many times throughout history, providing opportunity for men to repent of their sins. God loves the loveless; He suffers long with unregenerate mankind. "The Lord is merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy." (Psalms 103:8) God waited 120 years before sending the flood, to allow Noah's generation to repent! God suffered long in giving Sodom and Gomorrah opportunity to repent. He would have saved those cities if only ten righteous souls could have been found (Genesis 18)! God spared the ancient pagan city of Nineveh from destruction when the inhabitants repented of their sins under the powerful preaching of

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Jonah.

"Help me, all-patient and merciful God, to weep over the erring ones, to lift up the – fallen, to tell them of Jesus the mighty One to save! Help me to bear with the insults of the ungrateful and to love the loveless for Jesus' sake."

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: When, as a soul-winner, my patience grows 'thin' with people, I only need to take a closer look at the eyes of Jesus, and then I will be motivated anew to be longsuffering with lost sinners!

– Ron Christian –

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Matthew 9:36-38

Without Jesus People Hurt!

We are made for fellowship with God. Without a right relationship to Him we have a lack and we hurt. Of all God's creation, only human beings have a spiritual dimension. (Have you ever seen a cow pray?) We are spirits. Our bodies are temporary tents which are housing, for a time, our eternal spirits. In worship we relate to God in spirit and in truth. Our spirits communicate with His Spirit. We are the most complete, the most rational, the most in tune with reality when we are engaged in some form of worship to Almighty God!

Many non-Christians do not know that this expanded dimension of life, this fuller life, is a possibility for them. They do not know the historical facts about God's progressive revelation of His nature, about Jesus and the apostles, and about the development of the church. They do not know the Christian view of reality including the meaning of life, the nature of man, and the path of fulfillment. And they are interested only in an eyeball-to-eyeball explanation in non-theological and non-psychological terms.

I vividly remember a six-hour discussion involving the facts and tenets of our faith during a return bus trip to our college campus from a skiing weekend. The interest and questions were astonishing. They did not know – and wanted to know. I also remember the only time I was applauded for lecturing in a college course. A psychology class invited me to present the Christian view of reality. At the conclusion there was extended and enthusiastic applause. They had never heard, or at least had never understood, before. They had seen someone who believed in something, and they experienced an understandable glimpse of what that was, and it was attractive. Jesus said, "And I, if I be lifted up… will draw all men unto me" (John 12:32).

Your Christian commitment is based on a threefold authority: the historical, the experiential, and the collective. God's historical record of His progressive revelation of himself and His pursuit of real men, at actual places and at specific times, is contained in the Bible. Our religion is based upon facts, not on philosophical propositions. The second authority is the authority of experience – your personal experience with God. You know He is real because you personally experience Him – at conversion, during moments of worship or meditation, and through fellowship with His Spirit. The third authority is the collective authority. The great hosts of believers, past and present, who have bowed the knee to Jesus comprise the collective authority. They are a testimony

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to Christianity's validity. These three authorities reinforce each other.

"Father, I thank you that the 'blessed assurance' of salvation, which I offer to the 'unsaved', is based on the 'solid foundation' of historical facts, experiential realities, and collective testimonies!"

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: The commitment which 'Christianity' requires of me is not a 'blind leap into the dark', but it is a 'leap of faith' into the arms of the self- revealed and loving Father who seeks me with a persevering love!

– Dorsey Brause –

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Discussion Questions

  1. Put a 'T' (for true) beside those statements which you believe to be Biblically accurate, and a 'F' (for False) beside those statements which you believe to be Biblically inaccurate:

    • __ a. Before the creation of the world, God chose some individuals to compose His 'elect group', and all others He chose to reject and condemn.

    • __ b. God loves all persons (all sinners among a fallen race) and is not willing that any person should perish eternally.

    • __ c. God sent His Son to earth to die for a 'select group' of persons (i.e., only those persons whom God, before the creation of the earth, had chosen to compose His 'elect group' of children).

    • __ d. God sent His Son to earth to die for all sins of all sinners of all times.

    • __ e. Only those persons whom God has chosen to be His children are capable of 'true repentance' (i.e., are capable of being eternally saved from sin).

    • __ f. God's Spirit convicts all persons and seeks to draw all persons to the living Christ through whom all can be forgiven and all can receive God's eternal life.

    • __ g. Because God is reconciled to the entire human race (because of Christ's atoning death on the cross), every human being is automatically forgiven of all sins and will eventually enjoy heaven as his eternal home.

    • __ h. Objectively-speaking, God is reconciled to the entire human race (because of Christ's 'finished work' on the Cross), but subjectively-speaking, only those sinners who personally repent of their sins and surrender to Christ in faith are actually and personally reconciled to the almighty and holy God.

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    • __ i. All persons are saveable, although, because God created every human being with a free will, only those individual sinners who choose to repent and to believe in the Lord Jesus will actually be personally rescued from sin and spiritual death and eternal destruction.

  2. Tell why you agree or disagree with the following statement: "To understand something about the character and qualities and attitudes of God, is to be motivated to become godlike in our own attitudes and actions and reactions towards others."

  3. What does 1 Timothy 1:15-16 reveal about God's attitude toward sinners?

  4. Is there any sinner too wicked that God's grace is incapable of forgiving and transforming him/her?

  5. In 'light' of the fact that God loves all persons without exception and Christ's blood was shed for all sinners, what should your reaction and response be to all persons (regardless of their moral condition)?

  6. Would you rather win a lost person to Christ and bring a backslidden person to the 'fold' of God than do anything else in your Christian life? Are you 'lost in wonder, love, and praise' as you contemplate the power of God to transform human beings?

  7. According to 1 Corinthians 6:10-11, what kind of persons is God capable of forgiving and transforming and 'saving'?

  8. Tell with what degree of conviction you believe the following statements: "God has a place prepared in heaven for every single human being, and He wants to take all persons to heaven to enjoy their prepared place. None are 'predestined' by God to be lost, but every single person (past and present and future) is 'chosen by God to be saved'."

  9. According to Romans 2:4, why is God so patient with the sinful human race (i.e., why does God restrain His holy judgment against sinful mankind)?

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  10. According to Ezekiel 18:23, Ezekiel 18:32 what is God's attitude towards sinners who refuse to repent and who finally 'die in their sins'?

  11. According to 2 Peter 3:9, what is God's desire for every sinner?

  12. According to 1 Timothy 2:4-6, what is Christ's 'function' in affecting a reconciliation between sinful humans and the holy God?

  13. According to 2 Corinthians 5:15, what is God's intention (i.e., God's perfect will) for every person in the world?

  14. According to the 'picture' of the Good Shepherd (as recorded in Luke 15), how much value does God place upon one human being?

  15. As you reflect upon your own inner 'feelings' and 'yearnings', tell to what extent you 'identify' with the following statements: "What we all long for is someone who doesn't throw us away and forget we exist when we make mistakes or grow old or ugly or useless or penniless. It is Jesus' unconditional love that draws us to Him and pulls us away from all other gods."

  16. What is the Christian's greatest motivation to remain patient (without despairing), as he seeks to win to Christ the lost persons around him who seem so unrepentant and unresponsive to the appeals of the Gospel message? (Note 2 Corinthians 5:20; Galatians 6:9; 1 Corinthians 15:58)

  17. Tell why you agree or disagree with the following statement: "Love never fails, so when you truly love people (unbelievers) 'in the Spirit', you are always successful, regardless of the tangible (visible) results of your loving and witnessing."

  18. Is it your earnest desire to have a 'passion for lost humanity', a faith in the potential in every sinner's life, a love that is all-encompassing for the broken people all around you?

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  19. From your own personal experience and from your general observation of human existence, and from your knowledge of the Scriptures, tell if you believe the following statement reflects 'truth and reality': "We are the most complete, the most rational, the most in tune with reality when we are engaged in some form of worship to Almighty God."

  20. Define and describe the threefold authority (i.e., the historical, the experiential, the collective) upon which a solid Christian commitment is based.

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