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The Value Of Dirt

Randy Skeete
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Randy Skeete

Evangelist and revivalist from Ann Arbor, Michigan.



  • December 30, 2016
    8:00 AM
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00:01 (music Houston Welcomes GYC, outreach pictures, When All Has Been Heard.)

00:35 Good morning GYC…  Let’s start the day with a couple of songs, #522 My Hope is Built on Nothing Less…Our next song, #184 Jesus Paid It All.

05:02 (Theme song, Before the throne)

07:38 (Reading of Psalm 100)

(Randy Skeete walks to the podium)                     

13:50 “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. 2My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. 3He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: He that keepeth thee will not slumber. 4Behold, He that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. 5The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. 6The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. 7The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: He shall preserve thy soul. 8The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.” (Psalm 121.)

14:35 God is good (all the time). And all the time (God is good). Say it again: God is good (all the time) and all the time (God is good). Yes, Psalm 100:5, “For the Lord is good...” When God blesses, He is good. When God punishes, He is good. When God answers your prayer, He is good. When God does not answer your prayer- finish it for me-He is good. And so I say again, God is good (all the time) and all the time (God is good) without exception. What conclusion may we draw? It is impossible for God to do anything mean. So those of us who’ve had a beef with God, we need to apologize to God. Let God be true-finish it for me-and every man a liar. God is good. Good morning everyone. You look nice this morning. Did you sleep well? In the book Our High Calling, [Time for Meditation, April 20] page 116. 2, Ellen White writes, “Your last thought at night, your first thought in the morning, should be of Him in whom is centered your hope of eternal life.” The servant of the Lord counsels us: fall asleep with Jesus on your mind; wake up with Jesus on your mind.

16:24 I'm happy to see you. I need your permission to rebuke you. All those in favor say aye. (Aye) Those opposed stay quiet (laughter). I’m quite serious. Let me tell you what I have observed. And I realize people are coming in, so my initial remarks do not apply to them. There is a lack of discipline. I was listening to the speaker last night and Wednesday night. And there was a constant procession of people: getting up, walking out, getting up, walking out, getting up- and I said, Lord, do all these people have medical emergencies? I told you yesterday morning, imagine you are in the presence of an earthly judge. What is it you cannot do? And as you made a list of what you cannot do, I told you apply that even more intensely to God. Malachi 1:1, “The burden of the word of the Lord to Israel by Malachi. 2I have loved you, saith the Lord. Yet you say, Wherein hast Thou loved us? Was not Esau Jacob's brother? saith the Lord: yet I loved Jacob. 3And I hated Esau, and laid his mountains and his heritage waste for the dragons of the wilderness. 4Whereas Edom saith, We are impoverished, but we will return and build the desolate places; thus saith the Lord of hosts, They shall build, but I will throw down; and they shall call them, The border of wickedness, and, The people against whom the Lord hath indignation forever.”

18:30 God is saying when I'm through with you, people will regard you as those with whom I have been angry all the time. He's referring to His people. Malachi 1:5, “And your eyes shall see, and ye shall say, The Lord will be magnified from the border of Israel.”  I’m pleading for reverence for God. Malachi 1:6, “A son honoureth his father, and a servant his master.” Now I told you yesterday. Think of how you behave in front of a judge and think of how you behave in front of God. That approach is Biblical. God is saying in Malachi 1:6, if “a son honoureth his father and the servant his master: if then I be a father, where is mine honor? and if I be a master, where is my fear? saith the Lord of hosts unto you, O priests, that despise my name. And ye say, Wherein have we despised Thy name?” God says you disrespect me. The people said, How? by getting up and walking back and forth during the preaching of the Word of God. By getting up and walking back and forth in the presence of a Holy God. Malachi 1:7, “Ye offer polluted bread upon mine alter; and ye say, Wherein have we polluted thee? In that ye say, The table of the Lord is contemptible. 8And if ye offer the blind for sacrifice, is it not evil?” A sacrifice was supposed to be without blemish. They brought blind animals, lame animals, sick animals; and God said if ye offer the blind for sacrifice is it not evil? And if ye offer the lame and the sick, is it not evil? Why are you bringing these animals to me? What does He say next? “offer it now unto thy governor; will he be pleased with thee, or accept thy person? saith the Lord of hosts.” God is saying, If your governor, your mayor, your council person will not accept your behavior, why are you bringing it to me? Please don't regret that I was asked to speak. Respect. This is a church. I heard two and a half amens, anymore? (Amen) This is a church! Why? Because of the purpose that brings us here. God is present. Remove thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground. We are in a church. I remember when you saw a ponytail you knew that was a woman. Are you with me? Now you see a ponytail, you've got to walk around and look the person in the face to determine if it’s a man or a woman. Ladies put a bun right up here (motions to the top of his head). Now men do that. Remember when ladies put headbands across here to keep their hair in place? You know what I'm talking about? it has little teeth to stay in place. Men do that! Those who are West Indians and African-Americans, remember years ago ladies would braid their hair just to keep it in place until they had time to really fix it. Are you with me? Now men braid their hair and come to church. As far as I can see the Bible tells ladies cover your hair in church. The ladies don’t; the men say, OK we'll cover ours. So men come into church with caps and hats. By the way, if you're a man, take-your-hat-off. I am pleading for God. It's safer if a preacher does it because if God starts to defend himself directly, people die. You love me a little bit? (laughter) you're listening to a frustrated man. You know I travel a lot by God's grace and I'm often in Islamic countries—Malaysia, Indonesia, Kenya has a large Islamic population, Tanzania, Bangladesh—and I go by mosques and when they are worshipping no one walks up and down. Each man is focused on Allah. You walk by a Jehova Witness’ church, everyone is in the building. No one in the parking lot chatting. Everyone in the building discussing the doctrine, whatever you may think of the doctrine. You come to an Adventist gathering, and it's like a farmer's market. I look for avocados then I look for plums, for pears. I get up, as if everyone has a medical emergency or needs to go to Dairy Queen-we've got to get up and walk. Stay where you are, please, for the next thirty minutes. The Holy Spirit is very sensitive. You know what Jesus said? “Whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him.” Are you with me? Matthew 12:32, “but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him; neither in this world, neither in the world to come.” That leads me to conclude: of the Father, the Son, the Holy Ghost, the most sensitive, the most thin skin member of the Godhead is the Holy Ghost. So when you are disrespectful to God and the Holy Ghost backs up, I suffer. Remember Achan? He stole a Babylonish garment. What happened to the Israelite army? They lost a battle. The nation suffered because one man was disrespectful. Let me say it again: when there's disrespect for God and the Holy Ghost backs up, I suffer. Now this may sound harsh let me say, Who has to get up and walk out for any reason? do it now. OK.          

25:40 I have to bother you a little longer. What’s this? (cell phone) What’s that? (Bible) This morning as I was walking to this place, I was walking with my Bible and this man came up behind me. He actually came into the building. I don't know if he left but he saw the Bible in my hand. So he asked me, he said-I don't recall exactly what he said but he looked at the Bible and then he asked me  where am I going, what am I doing. I said, I'm going to a conference. He said, What kind of conference? I said a youth conference. What kind of youth conference? A Bible conference. He said, What’s that? I said, Well, we come together, workshops, seminars. He actually came in. I'm not sure if he is here. Where? Give me your name again. What’s the name? (Sam) Sam, yes, God bless you. He came in. He said, I don't have a badge. I said, you don't need a badge you're with me (laughter). And so I came to the door and I told one of the ladies, he is with me; and she did not call the police. She let us through. But he saw a Bible. Now, if Sam had seen a phone he would not have asked me, What are you doing with the phone? But he saw a Bible. Somebody, say amen for the Bible. (Amen) Walk with the Bible. Let someone see. Don't hide behind a phone. God knows your heart. You're trying to hide that you're a Christian-that's what you're doing. OK, you don't like me anymore I understand. Turn this (cell phone) off. Turn your Bible on. Favor #2: while I'm speaking, pray for me and say what? Lord, put Your words in that man's mouth. Favor #3: what’s that? Think. Let's pray.

27:38 Father in heaven, if I have been too hard on Your people, forgive me, dear God. But I did it out of love for them and respect for You. Now Father, grant me a measure of Your spirit that I may deliver this message for Your glory and for their blessing. Dear God, You love these young people gathered before You and so do I. I ask in the name of Jesus, bless them, dear God, give them the consciousness of Your presence and of the angels who come into Your presence and veil their faces. How much more should we come with reverence before the God of heaven and earth? Put Your words in my mouth. Bless our brother Sam, I pray, who came in. Speak to his life. Provide his needs. Bless his family, dear God, and let this day mark a turning point in his life. Hear this humble prayer, dear God. I offer it in Jesus’ name. Let God's people say amen and amen. Stay where you are don't move. Let's go to Genesis 2:7. You actually should know this verse without looking. Say it with me, “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” Let's look at that verse. This time we shall read it microscopically, “And the Lord God,” Who is that? yes, the Lord God. Who is that? Jesus Christ. Now, He wasn't called Jesus Christ then but it is the same person who died on Calvary. The Lord God Jesus Christ, so that's God. Here comes the action: formed man. Here comes the material: dust of the ground. In that verse we have two discreet actions. “And the Lord God,” what’s His name? (Jesus Christ) Formed man of the dust of the ground, that's one action. What do we have? Something lying on the ground. Beautifully formed but lifeless. Second action: breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. What gave vitality? What gave meaning and purpose to that thing so beautifully made was what God breathed into him. What was he made from? The dust of the ground. Genesis 2:9, the Bible says, “And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.” We have the ground again. The ground produced Adam. Now the ground produces trees. Question for you? Are trees a life form? Yes or no? Yes, they live. Now it’s not the same life in a man. Trees are a form of life produced by the ground. Adam from the ground, God breathed the breath of life into him. Stay in Genesis 2:19. The Bible says, “And out of the ground the Lord God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them; and whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof.” So we have the ground in Genesis 2:7. We have the ground in Genesis 2:9. We have the ground in Genesis 2:19. Man came from the ground 2:7, plants and trees from the ground 2:9, animals from the ground 2:19. What is the difference? You say the breath of life but trees have life. Sister, you’re right. Nice attractive vegetarian. Listen to what the Bible says in Genesis 1:26. “And God said, Let Us make man in Our image, after Our likeness.” Man was made from the ground; trees came from the ground. Animals came from the dirt; but, only man was made in the image of God. Can you say amen? (Amen) What’s our subject? The value of dirt. Let's take a closer look at dirt. Genesis 3:17, Adam has sinned, Eve has sinned, and God has come down to dish out His judgment. There's judgment for every action, my friends. It may take a long time. In the parable of the talents the Bible says in Matthew 25:19, “After a long time the Lord of those servants cometh, and reckoneth with them.” After a long time, meaning: you can run but you can't hide. Genesis 3:17, the Bible says, “And unto Adam He said, Because thou hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife, and hast eaten of the tree, of which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it: cursed is the ground for thy sake; in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life. 18 Thorns also and thistles shall it bring forth unto thee; and thou shalt eat the herb of the field; 19In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken”—now say the verse with me if you have the KJV— “for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” God looks at a man who is alive and what does God call him in his sinful condition? dirt. Now why do I say his sinful condition? because Adam was not redeemed until Genesis 3:21, “Unto Adam also and to his wife did the Lord God make coats of skins, and clothed them”—represents the righteousness of Christ. In his fallen condition, God looked at him in the eye and said you are dirt. Not breath. Let’s go to Genesis 18. Our subject? The value of dirt. Thank you for not getting up and moving around. I appreciate it so much. God bless you. In every church there are rebellious people whose chief talent is to let you know: I am not doing what you say. Christ dealt with that. John 6:70, “Have not I chosen you twelve, and one of you is a devil?” In every gathering there are people who specialize in rebellion. But thank  you for staying where you are because when you took the SAT you didn't walk around. Am I right? When you took the ACT you didn't move around. When you took the LSAT for law school you didn't move around. When you took whatever you took, you stayed put. What book did I say? (Genesis) what chapter? (18) Reading from Genesis 18:23, “And Abraham drew near, and said, Wilt thou also destroy the righteous with the wicked? Peradventure there be fifty righteous within the city: wilt thou also destroy and not spare the place for the fifty righteous that are therein? 25That be far from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked: and that the righteous should be as the wicked, that be far from thee: Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right? 26And the Lord said, If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then I will spare all the place for their sake. 27And Abraham answered and said, Behold now, I have taken upon me to speak unto the Lord, which am but dust and ashes.” Abraham said, How can someone who is just dirt, Speak to God that way? dirt. Go to Psalm 103:13, 14, “Like as a father pitieth His children, so the Lord pitieth them that fear Him. 14For He knoweth our frame; He remembereth that we are dust.” When God considers our weaknesses, our tendencies to evil, all these things He says, Look that's because you are dust. You’re weak. You’re dirt. Not breath, dust. Having said that, let me repeat, “And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground. Breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and man became a living soul.” When God made the angels He did not use dirt. He didn't use anything. This is how angels were made: Psalm 148:1, 2, 5. The Bible describes the creation of angels. “Praise ye the Lord. Praise you the Lord from the heavens: praise Him in the heights. 2Praise Him, all His angels: praise him, all His hosts. 5Let them praise the name of the Lord: for He commanded, and they were created.” God made the angels out of thin air. He just called them and they came. Let me say it again. You missed it and it's my fault. God did not use dirt. There's no dirt in heaven, as far as we know. God just said angels come and the angels appeared. Patriarchs and Prophets, p. 38, “Christ was the Son of God; He had been one with Him before the angels were called into existence.” [PP 38.3] No dirt. Listen to the creation of Lucifer in Ezekiel 28:13. His creation was slightly different by the way he looked after he was made, different from any other angel. Thank you for your reverence. I really mean that from my heart. Please extend it to all other speakers, whether in this format or in seminars. When you go into a seminar decide to stay. Don't go to sample then walk out, you disrupt people. Make up your mind to stay. Read the description outside the door. Go in sit down. All right we're looking at the creation of whom? Lucifer. Ezekiel 28:13, “Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold,” God says. That's how the Bible describes Lucifer. “The beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold,” that's Lucifer covered with these things. They were part of him. When God came to make man, God only used dirt. Now let me introduce you to something you already know but did not notice. Go to Genesis 2:10, the Bible says, “And a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads. 11The name of the first is Pisan: that is it which compasseth the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold; 12and the gold of that land is good: there is bdellium and the onyx stone.” Let’s reread microscopically. “And a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads. The name of the first is Pisan: that is it which compasseth the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold; and the gold of that land is good.” So we have gold, there's bdellium, and the onyx stone. The onyx is a family with several other precious stones that come under onyx. Follow me closely. When was the solid earth made, before or after Adam? (before) Genesis 1:9, “And God said, Let the waters under the heavens be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. 10And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called He Seas.” So the dry land, it was there on day three before Adam was made on day six. Now, the gold was there before Adam was made. I get the impression you're not following me. The precious stones were on the earth before Adam was made, as a matter of fact in Patriarchs and Prophets [p. 107, 7:4] Ellen White says the gold and the precious stones lay on the surface of the earth. They were only buried [“concealed from the sight and search of men”] after the flood. What am I trying to say? When God came to make Adam, God had available to him gold. He could have used gold or onyx. Thank you, assistant preacher, He could have used bdellium. Now the Bible scholars say bdellium can mean a resin from the bark of a tree or precious stone. Since it appears with gold and onyx stone we may assume its application there is a precious stone. God could have chosen onyx, chalcedony, agate, gold, bdellium to make Adam. Gold has always been valuable. No economy has ever been based on dirt. Fort Knox is not heavily guarded because it contains dirt. It is the most heavily guarded building because it contains, I believe, the gold deposits of the United States which is the largest of all countries. I think Germany is second. The National Monetary Fund is third. Gold—in times of crisis, in times of war, in times of chaos, the most reliable standard of measuring value is gold. And so during the Holocaust the Nazis took gold from the teeth of the Jews. Gold. I’ve never heard of a Dirt Rush. We discovered dirt in California, get on your wagon. We have found one nugget of gold, everybody moves. Gold is value. Here comes Jesus Christ, the Creator to make your father. He bypasses gold. He bypasses bdellium. He bypasses onyx. He bypasses all the precious materials that He himself placed on the surface of the earth readily available to Him. He just had to scoop up gold and make-no, no, no! The creator said I will make him out of dirt and I will put My image in dirt. You see, you make something out of gold and even before it's made it has value. Are you with me? Just because it's made of gold. Before it's made, it has value. The raw material has value. Dirt? To produce a divine character in gold would be spectacular but not as spectacular as producing a divine image in dirt. You see the reproduction of the image of God in us, its ultimate aim is the glory of God. I said that clumsily. Forgive me. Let me try again. When Jesus saw Nathaniel, what did Nathaniel say about Jesus when he was told about Christ, Can any good thing come out of Nazareth? Now you expect a good thing to come out of a monastery, a nunnery, a graduate school; not Nazareth, that's dirt. But out of Nazareth came Jesus. Out of dirt came Adam. Out of the ghetto can come me. Out of the burial can come you. Off the reservation can come someone in the image of God. There are magicians who get on stage and they get a handkerchief and up comes a dove. I won’t tell you to go watch magic but they take a handkerchief and out comes a dove; takes off his hat, a rabbit. God didn't make man by using His hands I preached that sermon, Hands Free Operation. I can't get into that now; but, let's assume He took His hands, which He didn’t; the angels were watching God with a handful of dirt. What will He do with the dirt? and they're watching God and out of the dirt comes a divine nature, divine character. And the angels say how did He do that? A handful of dirt and He produces the divine character? How did He do that? Now, this is what must happen in your life. The angels must marvel. That guy was a crack dealer, dirt. She was a prostitute, dirt. How did God produce His character in that man, in that woman? This is the wonder of the gospel to produce divinity in dirt. Now to bring divinity out of gold is not that spectacular but out of dirt? So your father was a pimp. Your mother was a hooker. And God produces you. Or the man, the pimp, God takes him and makes him the Apostle Paul. And the angels wonder how? That's the power of the gospel. There's a movie came out last year called Straight Outta Compton. The brothers know what I'm talking about. Straight Outta Compton: Ice cube, Dr. Dre , Eazy-E, out of Compton. You know Compton? The crime, the Bloods and the Crips, the violence, read about Compton, south of Los Angeles. Straight out of Compton, straight out of dirt, comes divinity. Somebody, say amen. That's the power of the gospel. God produces His character in dirt. So your value has nothing to do with you. It has to do with God, what God desires to do in you. You are sitting there saying nobody loves me. You have no self esteem. You’re dirt and God whispers to you now, My daughter, My son, I know you’re dirt. I made you dirt. Now you come to me and from this dirt I will produce the divine character. You and I must remember. Let me give you this quotation that expresses it better than I could: Signs of the Times, September 24, 1894 paragraph 4. Let me tell you a secret of me when I preach. I’ve only told it to one other person. I’m telling it to you. I preach from my head and the way God disciplines me to slow down: He blocks my memory. Just to slow me down. Don’t tell anyone. He just blocks it. That’s His way of saying, My son, slow down. I have this bad habit of running along like a freight train, bad habit. Anyway, God can take dirt and produce the divine image. That's the majesty, the power of the gospel. Now let's go back to Ellen White’s quotation, Signs of the Times, September 24, 1894 paragraph 4.

52:37 “It is the prerogative of God alone to prescribe the duty of men and angels. The will of God is a perfect will, and must be obeyed as it is set forth in His holy law, because every requirement is just”—from commandment one to commandment ten—“and is set forth by infinite wisdom. The law of God should be obeyed even though there were no authority to enforce it, and no rewards for its obedience. The highest interests of men and angels are conserved in obeying the law of the will of God. God's will expressed in His law is the supreme will, and no invention, no device of men can take its place. Obedience to the commandments of men”—keeping Sunday for the sabbath—“instead of to the commandments of God will be as abomination in the sight of God; for what God requires is essential to the highest good of his subjects, and is therefore essential for the glory of God.” [ST, September 24, 1894 Par 4] Let me repeat the conclusion of that statement. What God requires of you, obedience to His commandments is connected to God's glory. So as you obey, by the power of Christ, the character of God is reproduced in your life and God is glorified. Out of dirt comes divinity. Why? That God may get the glory. That the angelic host and unfolding worlds may marvel, how could God produce His character in dirt? I can understand from gold, but dirt? That's what God can do for you. When I say God, I mean Christ; the one who made Adam from dirt can produce His character in the dirt of your life, my brothers and sisters, the dirt of my life. God wants that opportunity to bring glory to Himself by reproducing His character in your life. You just came out of prison? God says come to Me. You didn't have to come out of prison; you could have come to Him in prison. You're in that rehab? Come to Me. You are in an abusive relationship? Come to Me. Can't find a job? Come to Me. The cocaine is in your veins? Come to Me. The stuff is in your nostrils? Come to Me, says God, and I will take your life and make of it something that marvels the entire universe. Not something similar to the life of Christ. The precise life Christ lived on this earth is the life we must live through the power of God. And so the Bible says [2 Corinthians 5:21] “For He hath made Him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him.” Philippians 2:5, “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus.” The same mind by which Christ lived is the mind by which we might live that in this dirt might be produced, by the power of God, the very character of God. My brothers and sisters, the value of dirt is what God does in our lives. God wants to make of your life something of wonder, something that causes people to turn around and take a second look, to do a double take. This morning I ask you quite simply as time expires do you not want God to change your life, transform your life and put you on a pedestal of hope and bright expectation? How many of you want God to change your life? Let me see your hand, to give value to your life? Stand up with me. The value of dirt is what God does with it. It's all of God and the more valueless the material, the greater the marvel of what God can do with the life. God can change your life from dirt to divinity! Heads bowed. Eyes closed. Dear God of heaven and earth, we thank You for Your power. We thank You, dear God, that as we walk in the light of Your law, by the power of Your spirit, the character produced brings glory to Your name; it amazes the universe, dear God. We thank You that You can produce divinity in dirt. We thank You. You chose dirt, not gold, to make us and to make of us Your character. I ask You dear God, in the name of Jesus who took this same dirt and lived a flawless life and reproduced Your character in the dirt He took, in His name, dear God, work in our lives, and into the mind of that young man, that young woman who thinks nothing of himself and into the life of that person who has no sense of value, into that person's life, dear God, and let him know, let her know, I the Creator can produce divinity in the dirt of your life. Hear this humble prayer and Father take all the glory as we reflect Your character. Save us when You come, dear God, so that we might occupy a position that even unfallen angels will not enjoy. Hear this humble prayer. Bless Your people I pray in Jesus' name and for His sake. Let God’s people say, Amen and amen. God bless you enjoy the rest of the day's activities.


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