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The High Cost of Living

Randy Skeete

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Randy Skeete

Evangelist and revivalist from Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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  • December 27, 2014
    7:45 PM

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00:00 Let’s pray. Father in Heaven give me peace of mind as I deliver this message. Let not the enemy make me so angry, dear God, that it affects my preaching of Your word. Bless my brothers and sisters, dear Father, because I do not believe that they do what they do out of malice or spite towards You. Bless them. Give me the right words, dear God, give me the right spirit and let everything I say be said out of love for You and love for Your children. Bless every man, woman, boy and girl under the sound of my voice. Bless every family. Please, Father, use me for Your glory alone. I offer this prayer in Jesus’ name. Let God’s people say amen and amen.

01:10 Mark 6:7 the Bible says, “And he called unto him the twelve, and began to send them forth by two and two; and gave them power over unclean spirits.” Mark 6:12 “And they went out, and preached that men should repent.” Mark 6:13 “And they cast out many devils, and anointed with oil many that were sick, and healed them.”

01:54 Look at verse 13 and look at verse 7. Verse 13 tells us of the miraculous works the disciples did: “And they cast out many devils, and anointed with oil many that were sick, and healed them.” How were they able to heal and cast out devils? The answer is in verse 7: and He gave them power. Visualize Jesus giving the disciples power. Here is Christ. Here are the disciples. Jesus gives them something: power. In other words something left Christ and went to them. Let us see that more clearly dramatized in Mark 5:25. Our subject: The High Cost of Living.

03:12 Mark 5:25 the Bible says, “And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years, and had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse, when she had heard of Jesus, came in the press behind, and touched his garment. For she said, If I may touch but his clothes, I shall be whole. And straightway”—the Bible says—“the fountain of her blood was dried up; and she felt in her body that she was healed of that plague.” When you read the Bible read the Bible microscopically. Look closely at what you’re reading. The Bible says “and straightway the fountain of her blood was dried up; and she felt”—that’s a sensation; the only way to have a sensation is to have one or more of the five senses: see, hear, smell, taste, or touch—“she felt”— where?—in her body—what?—that something had happened—“she was healed of that plague.” Mark 5:30 the Bible says, “And Jesus, immediately knowing in himself that virtue had gone out of him, turned him about in the press, and said, Who touched me?” This is a remarkable event. The woman felt something and Jesus felt something. What did Jesus feel? He felt something leaving him. What did she feel? She felt something coming in. 

05:28 Jesus Christ felt it when the power left him. The woman felt it when the power entered her.  Mark 5:31-33 “And his disciples said unto him, Thou seest the multitude thronging thee, and sayest thou, Who touched me? And he looked round about to see her that had done this thing. But the woman fearing and trembling, knowing what was done in her, came and fell down before him, and told him all the truth.” Here we have something happened in Jesus and something happened in that woman. What was it? Power left Jesus entered the woman and brought about a miraculous healing in that woman. Let’s go to Luke 6:19. Our subject: The High Cost of Living.

06:42 Luke 6:19 the Bible says, “And the whole multitude sought to touch him: for there went virtue out of him, and healed them all.”—every single person in that crowd. Luke 6:17 “and a great multitude of people out of all Judaea and Jerusalem, and from the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon”—each one that touched Christ was healed because for each one that touched Christ something left Christ. I’m stressing something left Jesus. What was that? Power. Let’s develop a rule, a principle: every time a miracle is performed it costs God power. Every time a miracle is performed it cost God something. What is that thing? Power—another word for power? Life. The power of God is His life. Whenever a sick person recovers that person recovers by the power of God—regardless if the person is a believer or an atheist. Let’s look at a greater expenditure of power. Genesis 1:1. Our subject: The High Cost of Living.

08:34 Gen. 1:1 the Bible says, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”—this is the creation of the universe. The part of the universe that applies to us but long before this earth was created there were other worlds. There was the Universe, there was a space, there was a place where the angels lived and still is; a place where unfallen beings live on unfallen worlds. Before this world was created there was life in the Universe. All created by the Creator. What’s His name? (God) God is a general word. What’s the Creator’s name? (Jesus)  

09:26 Every star cost the creator something. Gen. 1:11 the Bible says, “And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so.” Do plants live? Yes. Where do they get that life?—from God. It costs God life for plants to grow. Ellen White writes in 1BC 1:1081.4 “God has given His life to the trees and vines of His creation.” Every blade of grass gets its life from God. Every flower gets its life from God. The same reference 1BC 1:1081.4 “He bestows life giving property upon all that nature produces.” In the same paragraph, “Without the life of God, nature would die.” Every tree is alive by the life of God. 

11:18 Gen. 1:20 the Bible says, “And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven.” How many species of birds are there? How many species of fish? Everyone is alive by drawing life from God. Can you begin to calculate the cost of God to sustain creation? Every tree is alive because of God, every bird because of God, every fish because of God. Genesis 1:24. Our subject: The High Cost of Living.  

12:05 Gen. 1:24 the Bible says, “And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so.” Every land animal gets its life from God. Yes, I am being repetitious for a very important reason. I want to nail it down in your conscious: nothing can live disconnected from God. Even in the new world those of us with eternal immortal life will have immortal life because we are connected to God. Life cannot exist independent of God. That’s creation. Creation is brought about by the life of God. Creation is also maintained by the life of God. 

13:04 Psalm 33:6 “By the word of the Lord were the heavens made”—how were the heavens made? By the word of the Lord—“and all the host of them by the breath of His mouth.” Psalm 33:9 “For He spake, and it was done; He commanded, and it stood fast.” The word of God brought creation. Let’s go to Hebrews 1:3. We have seen creation was by God’s word. Let’s see how creation is maintained.  

13:44 Hebrews 1:3 the Bible says, “Who being the brightness of His glory, and the express image of His person, and upholding all things”—how?—“by the word of His power.” Let’s calculate again: how much life, how much power is required to create the entire universe? All that life came from God. Follow me closely. How much life, how much power is required to maintain that creation?—all that life, all that power comes from God. Genesis 1:26. Our subject: The High Cost of Living.  

14:42 Gen. 1:26 the Bible says, “And God said, Let us make man in our image.” Gen. 2:7 “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.” The Hebrew expression really says, “and breathed into his nostrils the breath of lives.” When God breathed life into Adam God breathed into him the possibility of being the father of billions and billions of human beings. He breathed into his nostrils the breath of lives. How many people have inhabited this world since Adam and Eve? We cannot count. Every single one drew life from God then and now. 

15:38 Again Gen. 2:7 “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils.” Here again we have something leaving God; costing God. Let’s look more closely. When God made vegetation in Gen. 1:11 did God have to die? No. It required some life from God but not all His life. When God made the fish of the sea and the birds of the air in Gen. 1:20 did it cost Him His life? No. When He made the land animals, Gen. 1:24, 25, did it cost God His life? No. When He made man did it cost Him His life? No. Did it cost God His life to make the entire universe? No. Does it cost Him all His life to maintain the entire universe? No. Gen. 2:16, 17 “And the Lord God commanded the man, saying, Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat: but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” God introduces death as a reality in the event of disobedience. God introduces to Adam something that Adam did not understand that was death as a result of disobedience. We know that Adam and Eve sinned. Gen. 3:6, 7 “And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat. And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons.” They’ve sinned. Now they are dead spiritually. Why do I say that? Conversion is a process by which God gives life to a spiritually dead person. 

18:38 Eph. 2:1 “And you hath He quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins.” Let me say that again: Conversion is the process whereby God gives life to a spiritually dead person. Every unconverted person is dead. So Adam and Eve sinned; they were spiritually dead: physically alive, spiritually dead. Now, God has to give Adam life a second time. He has to give Adam life. He gave Adam life the first time in Gen. 2:7 “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.” Now he became a living soul physically. Now he is dead spiritually and God has to raise him spiritually. This time it will cost God not some of His life, all His life because God will have to die.

20:00 To save one man it cost God all His life. To make the entire universe it did not cost God all His life. To maintain the entire universe it did not cost God all His life. To save one man from spiritual death it cost God His life. What’s more expensive to create the universe or to save one person?—to save one person; that one person is you! I say it again in the presence of a Holy God: it is more expensive to save one person than to create and sustain the entire universe. One person: the high cost of living.   

21:20 Listen to the parable of the lost sheep (Luke 15:4): what man of you having an 100 sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the 99 in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until—do you know what until means? until—there is a popular saying in the U.S. attributed to Malcolm X, a civil rights leader of the 60s, he said, Equality must be pursued by any means necessary. That’s how the shepherd went looking for that sheep. I will find and deliver that sheep by any means necessary including the loss of my life and so Ellen White writes in Desire of Ages 73:690.3 “He will save man at any cost to Himself.” (DA 73:690.3.) And He did. The loss of God’s life: that’s a subject I cannot fully understand. All I know is Jesus Christ took human form and died. When He appeared to John the revelator in Rev. 1:18 He said, “I am He that liveth, and was dead”—that’s what He said; that was God speaking, “I was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore; and have the keys of hell and of death.” It cost God His life to make salvation available to you. There is nothing in the world, nothing in the Universe more expensive than your salvation. It cost God ALL His life. He died in the person of His Son. The Son representing the Father. The Bible says, “God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself.” (2 Cor. 5:19.)  Somehow the Father gave Himself when He gave Jesus Christ. Hebrews tells us that Christ, who through His eternal Spirit gave Himself (Heb. 9:14). Somehow the Father and His Spirit were involved in the sacrifice of His Son. Somehow—which means ALL the Godhead was involved in that payment for your sins and mine. That’s a terrible cost; and the Godhead will pay that cost for ever because for once, for once—the first time in the history of the Father and the Son—I use those words carefully because God has no history; He has no beginning and no end—that’s what I mean; but for the first time they were separated; and that was at Calvary—for the first time. What does Jesus cry out and say on the cross when He felt the separation? My God, my God why hast Thou forsaken Me?  (Matt. 27:46.) 

24:29 John 8:29 Jesus says, “He that hath sent me is with Me: the Father hath not left Me alone”—that’s what Jesus said. Jesus and the Father were like this before He came to this earth. They were like this on this earth until He was on that cross with all of your sins and mine and the Father turned His back and forsook Him for awhile and Jesus felt it. Ellen White says it was as if the Godhead suffered a tear, a rip; and the Father swore this will never happen again. But for ALL eternity the Godhead will suffer, will carry a scar—part of the cost of your salvation and mine. My brothers and sisters, it cost God His life. All AOY is asking you for is a year. Really they should ask for your life. Do you know Jesus gave Himself for you for all eternity? Did I say that clearly? 

25:52 God did not give Christ and say, Go spend a year and when the year is up leave them alone. Christ having been given by God remains ours for all eternity. The evidence of that is the fact that He still has human nature right now in Heaven—still human. He doesn’t have angelic nature. He has human nature plus His divine nature: evidence that Christ has been given to us; not loaned—given. For how long?—eternity. But we have to ask people can you give God a year? Can you give God 6 months? Can you give God 3 weeks in return for having given you an eternity of Jesus Christ? Something is out of balance. Do you realize your life belongs to God? Does not the Bible say, we were bought with a price? (1 Cor. 6:19, 20.) This is not symbolic language. Sometimes people read the Bible as if the whole Bible is Revelation and everything is symbolic. It’s not symbolic. You were bought with a price. With respect but directness: you do not belong to you. You belong to God on two levels: creation, salvation. The Bible says thou shalt not steal. The man or the woman who refuses to give his life to God is stealing what belongs to God because God has a receipt for your life and it is signed in blood. And so tonight I want you to contemplate the high cost of living. It cost God His life to provide eternal life for you and for me; to provide victory over the bondage of sin which leads to death; to provide deliverance from the curse of the law which is death. 

28:14 Another way of saying that God gave His life: God gave everything He had and was left with nothing when He gave Christ. When God gave Christ He gave everything because Christ is Creator; the whole Universe belongs to Christ. Colossians 1:16, 17 “For by Him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by Him, and for Him.” The Universe belongs to Christ. The Bible says, “All things that the Father hath are Mine.”—John 16:15. Jesus says everything the Father has is Mine. So when the Father gave Christ He gave everything. Am I getting through? That’s value that God placed on you. God could only pay one price for you that’s everything. 

29:34 I was in the hospital yesterday. My friend and I went to the bakery and bought a little cake. It cost 3 ringgits. When God bought us it cost Him all the ringgits He could find. That was His life. If God can give up His life for you can you give up an earring for God? Can you give up a cigarette for God? Can you give up that unsaved boyfriend who is destroying your spiritual life?—by the way, you should not have romantic relationships with people outside of the church. If you are in that situation break it off tonight! When did I say to break it off? Tonight! You’re smiling? You’re smiling loudly. Let me tell you how serious this is: before God sent the flood in Gen. 7 we have a description of the condition of the world in Gen. 6.

30:55 Gen. 6:1-4 “And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, that the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.”—the sons of God: the holy line; the daughters of men: the heathen line—“And the Lord said, My Spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an 120 years. There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.” The Bible is saying: the combination of God’s people with the unbelievers produce a wicked race. Gen. 6:5 “And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.” The only clearly identified sin that led to the flood was mixed marriages!  Are you not listening? You’re sleeping with your eyes open?

32:19 The only clearly identified sin—yes, there were others but the only clearly identified sin   was the mixed marriages that produced men of renown! Now, renown in a negative sense. Do you know who one of the mighty men was? Nimrod. Gen. 10:8 “And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to be a mighty one in the earth.” Back to Gen. 6:4 “when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.” The leading mighty man was Nimrod who led out in the building of Babel—from where we get Babylon; the one who set up that kingdom, who tried to build the tower of Babel. Why?—because God’s people intermarried. 

33:10 If you are romantically involved with someone outside of the church break it off in the name of Jesus. You are wrong! What does Ellen White say? To connect with an unbeliever is to place yourself on satan’s ground. (You grieve the Spirit of God and forfeit His protection. Can you afford to have such terrible odds against you in fighting the battle for everlasting life? AH 9:67.1.) Why do I seem so worked up? It destroys the church! Because you find yourself attacking your church to defend that person. You find yourself attacking your parents to defend that person. You attack the basic doctrines of the church to defend that person. 

33:55 Let me say it one more time and let heaven record that I have told you very directly, If you are involved in a relationship with a non-Adventist God requires you to break it off. I don’t care if the wedding is tomorrow. I really don’t. Break it off.  

34:18 What did it cost God to save you? His life. Did it cost God His life to make the Universe? No. Did it cost God His life to maintain the Universe? No. It cost Him His life to save one person. The most expensive thing in the Universe is your salvation. Tonight, God tells you and me, I did all of this for you. What will you do for me? 

34:49 We were made in God´s image right or wrong. God said, Let us make man in our image. The image of God, at heart, includes the way God functions, His character. God’s functioning; His way of functioning is to give everything. Now, for those of us made in His image, God says to us, You give to me—how much?—everything: your life, your talents, your skills. Historical Sketches 59:285.4, Ellen White writes, “Every youth should be impressed with the fact that he is not his own; that his strength, his time, his talents belong to God”—his or her. (It should be his chief purpose in life to glorify God and to do good to his fellow-men. The Bible teaches him that he is a tree, on which fruit must be found. HS 59:285.4.) Your vision belongs to God. Your hearing belongs to God. The way your neurons fire, that’s God’s. Does not the Bible say, The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein? (Ps. 24:1.) You belong to God by right. And God wants what’s His. Don’t keep it from Him. I want you tonight, in the light of what you’ve heard to say, Father, if you paid that price for me, here am I. It is a crime against generosity, divine generosity, to understand the price of your salvation and not respond. The Bible says in 1 John 4:19 We love Him because He first loved us. How do we know He loved us? By the cost of salvation.

36:45 Having understood that cost as best we can, with our limited capacities we say, God, here’s my life; here’s my education; here’s my health; here’s my money; here’s my romantic life; it’s all for You. And so tonight, I recommit myself to God. All that I am, including my sins they’re His. What does John say, Behold the Lamb of God that taketh away—the Greek word means to bear, to carry, like you carry your backpacks. Jesus wants the backpack of our sins: He is a sin-bearer—let Him have mine; and my life, He paid for it, it’s His legally; my talents, whatever little talents I have, very small; my physical strength; my sanity, His to be used for His glory—not for a year, for the rest of my life. 

37:58 How many of you are grateful to God for the price He paid? May I see your right hand? You are grateful to God for the price God paid for your salvation? Stand up. I will make a very direct appeal. After the appeal and you’ve responded we’ll have a special song then I will come back and close.

38:36 Let me tell you something about the way God functions. You either belong to God or you don’t. What did Jesus say? He that is not with me—let’s put that more bluntly: he that does not belong to God belongs to satan. If you do not belong to God you belong to the devil. You can get out of that. Yes, you can! But the man who does not belong to God belongs to the devil. The only way to belong to God is to belong to God 100%. What does Jesus say? Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with some of thy heart and with some of thy soul and with some of thy might? What does He say? With ALL thy heart; with ALL thy soul, ALL thy might, thy strength, thy understanding. It’s all or nothing with God. And so Ellen White writes in Last Day Events, p. 191.5 “God will accept nothing less than unreserved surrender.” (LDE 13:191.5.) Do you know what unreserved means? Holding back nothing! Here’s how some people surrender themselves to God: Lord, here’s my life!—do not tell me who to date; Lord, here’s my life!—don’t tell me how to spend my money; Lord, here’s my life!—don’t tell me how to run my family; Lord, here’s my life!—don’t tell me what recreational activities to get involved in. God says, If I do not control every area of your life you do not belong to Me. Ellen White writes, “satan takes control of every mind that is not decidedly under the control of the Spirit of God.” Let me say that again slowly, “satan takes control of every mind that is not decidedly under the control of the Spirit of God.” 1MCP 2:13.3.

40:36 Are your minds decidedly under the control of the Spirit of God? What does decidedly mean?—wholly, firmly, entirely, willingly, certainly, completely, 101%, unreservedly. My brothers and sisters, give yourself to God without reservation. If you surrender to God 99% who has the 1%? God does not share the throne. Too many of us are 99% surrendered in our heads—that’s what we think. Partial surrender to God is total surrender to the enemy. You cannot be partially surrendered to God. You are either His or you’re not. You’ve stood to say, Lord, here’s my life. This is no joke. But the smartest thing you can ever do is let God control your life because then everything becomes a blessing. Having stood, let me ask you this, does God deserve at least one year of your life? Does He deserve that? Do you know how fast 12 months past? If you will consider dedicating one year, one little year to the work of God, be it Bible work, literature evangelism, whatever AOY needs, if you will say Father, you gave all your life—what’s this? AOY is asking for one year? I will give one year. Don’t worry about what you’ll tell your mother or your father, just make the decision: one year. If you’ll do that, come. Quickly, come right here. One year, come. God bless you, my brother. Come, come. Come.

43:16 One year. That’s all. Come. Somebody else? Don’t embarrass God like that. It’ll pass like lightning. Total commitment to God; not combined with school and this and that, just the work of God—one year. Sister, God bless you. God bless you. Somebody else come. I understand God has never had the majority. I understand that. One year. 12 tiny months for the One who loves you so much! Do you know you’re alive because your life is in His hands? One year. Total involvement in direct Bible work, come. I know you want to come. Your knees are knocking; bring your knocking knees and come. 12 months, that’s all. Let God handle your parents; you make a commitment to God. Do you know what Jesus told his earthly father when he was 12? “Wist ye not that I must be about my Father’s business.” (Luke 2:49.) He was looking right in the eyes of his earthly father, I must be about my Father’s business. He said it with respect but His mind was very clear. Ellen White penned, “At a very early age Jesus had begun to act for Himself in the formation of His character, and not even respect and love for His parents could turn Him from obedience to God’s word. It is written was His reason for every act that varied from the family custom.”(CSA 2:9.2.)—meaning if the family wanted to go right and Jesus saw it was not right, He would go left and He would show it from the Bible why He could not do it; at a very early age. That wasn’t disrespect. That is simply recognizing my highest duty is to God. 

45:46 Come! Someone else I give you 60 seconds. Someone else come and say Father, here is one year. God bless you my good brother. Come, sister, you will not regret it. Do you know what Hebrews 6:10 says? “For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labor of love.” When you labor for God He does not forget. Someone else—one year, direct service to God. Come with your fear; let God deal with it. If you’re scared ask the person next to you to walk with you. God bless you. God bless you. 

47:16 I’m going to pray then we’ll have a song then I’ll pray again. You may come while I am praying; you will not disturb the prayer. I will pray to the Great God to bless those who came and to move upon the hearts of others who should have come but for reasons known best to God they have not yet moved—notice I said not yet, minds can change. Heads bowed. Eyes closed.

47:45 Dear God in Heaven, I’ve tried to show Your sons, Your daughters the measure of Your love based on the measure of Your gift; that gift was Your life; that gift was Your Son, the One who said, Let there be light; the One who made the vegetation, the birds, the fish, the land animals, human beings, You gave the Creator because You loved us; now dear God, how much do we love You? Can we give you 12 months of direct service? Now, Father, those who serve You whole heartedly You bless them torrentially. Dear God, look down upon my young brothers and sisters who came courageously to say, I will try to give my Saviour 12 months of direct service. Father, whatever fears they may have, whatever uncertainties they may have and You understand that because they’re flesh; because they’re weak You understand that. Father, You strengthen them; You go ahead of them; and you deal with whatever relatives may say to discourage them. You take charge of those people and You prevent them from discouraging Your children. Father, I am going to pause this prayer for 30 seconds and call those who’ve been lingering; who may have decided they will come—somebody else come, give God 12 months, God bless you, just one year, it will pass fast. God bless you, brother—Father, I close this prayer now. They may say no to me dear God, let them not say no to Your Spirit as You work on hearts that are still resisting. Dear God in Heaven, again I ask you a special blessing on these young men who came, these young ladies, fill them with Your Spirit, dear God. Give them spiritual spines of steal that no wind blowing will cause them to bend but they will stand as upright as Daniel in that lion’s den; Hananiah, Mishael, Azariah in that fiery furnace; and as Jesus on that cross. Please, dear God, put into our hearts such a love for You that we will think not only to give a year but an eternity of service. Now dear God, as the special music is rendered tune the voices that the music may woo more hearts. In Jesus’ name I pray. Let God’s people say, Amen.

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