The Training Table: Early in the Morning… “GO DEEP!”

Presentation1Welcome to the Training Table where you can rely on some spiritually-nourishing sustenance, carefully prepared, to help you run the Godly and good race! For what good is a good race, unless it’s a Godly race (1 Corinthians 9:24)?

A “Triangulating”… Polarizing… yet Loving Preface

There is a prioritizing, polarizing, and yet loving and supremely deferential principle and example that the apostle Paul employs in the Bible. I call it “Godly Triangulation”: When any two or a gazillion-and-twenty-two people are together to work out life’s issues, it’s always best if they sit shoulder-to-shoulder facing Jesus Christ… Facing reality, facing truth… And NOT merely and ONLY one another… face-to-face!

Got any sort of life issue to resolve? Just stop… Create a triangle before getting entangled in doing life… from any angle!

God created human beings to be together while always maintaining their gaze ON HIM! “Triangulating ON HIM…” God’s Love and True Truth. Just like a sailor navigating at sea: They use a sexton to fix their position… by using the stars fixed in heaven above.

Yes, I know this word picture and crucial practice sounds foreign in our day when so many folks are just blabbering about stuff with NO actual reference to God’s True Truth or Love… or reality… or the fact that Truth of any fixed kind exists at all. But I digress…

Devoid of this principle and practice, pride, egotism, pretense, self-centeredness, division, envy, greed, power-grabs… E.g., SIN… And the plethora of symptoms of our Sin [inherited from Adam] and sinning [fallen habits of the heart] nature WILL prevail: Until Jesus returns to make all things new this principle is fixed as well.

Jesus Christ offers us the basis for all True Truth and Love—and that should be the priority for working out ALL of life’s grand and granular issues. But we have to be real, humble, and self-aware enough to get it first… “The only people who are truly objective are the ones that admit their subjectivity.” (Pastor Tim Keller)

Paul constantly “triangulates” as he says in many ways and times, “As for me, it matters very little how I might be evaluated by you or by any human authority. I don’t even trust my own judgment on this point. My conscience is clear, but that doesn’t prove I’m right. It is the Lord himself who will examine me and decide.” (1 Corinthians 4:3-4, NLT)

This is a profoundly radical and vital principle and practice of the disciple of Christ. Chew on it for a while…

Early in the Morning… “GO DEEP!”

As it pertains to the vitally important subjects we are feasting on today at the Training Table— and even though I am not remotely comparing myself to the apostle Paul—I would humbly yet boldly mirror Paul’s self-forgetful, God-glorifying, and people-loving stance:

“As a sinner saved by grace, I care but I don’t ultimately care what others say; but I care even less about what I say; what I care most about is what God says… and how who God is and what God says will bless YOU!”

The way that Paul “triangulate’s”… Positions himself, other people, and God… Is a vitally important reflection of your security in Christ, your complete reliance on God, your healthy, self-deprecating view of yourself… all rolled together… to reflect your Christ- and other-centered love of neighbor—all human beings, Image Bearers, who God places in your life.

This preface is important to me because the subject matter feast we are dining on today is very important to God and a genuinely, temporal and eternal feast of the heart for you!

And, as an aside, this subject matter is such that the world, the flesh, and the devil—the three main forces dead-set against God’s will and way in our life—are dead against your taking in and changing the habit of your heart to practice on a regular basis.

Lastly, before we get into the meat of our feast together, insofar as this two-course meal is concerned,

1) “Early in the Morning”—it’s possible to be legalistic about creating a habit of getting up early in the morning to be in God’s word, in prayer, listening to the Spirit of God, and journaling in the quiet of the start of each and every day. There is absolutely no question that we should cut out some very specific and very intentional time to be in the Bible each and every day, listening closely for and to The Spirit, and writing how the Spirit speaks to us about God’s Word and the subject at hand. And it is not mandatory that it be in the beginning of the day. BUT, I can say without the slightest bit of hesitation, that all of us should consider the early morning time as one that is sacred and should be set aside at the start of each “Today… if you hear God’s voice, do not harden your heart” (Psalm 95:7-8)!

Beginning each day with God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is one of the most important “heart-softening agents” (Ezekiel 11:19; 36:26) there is, Beloved of God.

2) “GO DEEP”—relative to the second course of our meal together today, meditating on the word of God is not an option… It’s just something that, at least in my experience… and probably yours… is generally missing on the part of many… dare I say most… Christians, disciples of Christ. There are a variety of reasons for this but suffice it to say that most everything in life and our culture— and even in the church—is based upon going wide and shallow as opposed to going narrow and deep. Living the shallow, surface and pathologically busy life is now the norm.

Soooo… Early in the Morning—“GO DEEP!”

Early in the MORNING

[From Dietrich Bonhoeffer, “Life Together”.]

“Common life under the Word begins with common worship at the beginning of the day. The family community gathers for praise and thanks, reading of the Scriptures, and prayer. The deep stillness of the morning is broken first by the prayer and song of fellowship. After the silence of the night and early morning, hymns and the word of God are more easily grasped. The Scriptures, moreover, tell us that the first thought and the first word of the day belong to God:

“Give ear to my words, O LORD; consider my groaning. Give attention to the sound of my cry, my King and my God, for to you do I pray. Oh Lord, in the morning you hear my voice; in the morning I prepare a sacrifice for you and watch” (Psalm 5:1-3).

“Let me hear in the morning of your steadfast love, for in you I trust” (Psalm 143:8).

“But I know Lord cry to you; in the morning my prayer comes before you” (Psalm 88:13).

“My heart is steadfast, O God, my heart is steadfast! I will sing and make melody! Awake, my glory! Awake, O harp and lyre! I will await the dawn” (Psalm 57:7-8)!

“At the dawn of the day the believer thirsts and yearns for God: “I rise before dawn and cry for help; I hope in your words” (Psalm 119:147).

“Oh God, you are my God; earnestly I cry unto you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water” (Psalm 63:1).

In The Wisdom of Solomon, “that it might be known, that we must prevent the sun to give thee thanks, and at the dayspring pray unto thee” (16:28). And Ecclesiastes says of the Bible student especially that, “He will give his heart to resort early to the Lord that made him and will pray before the most high” (39:5).

The Bible also speaks of the morning hour is the time of God’s special help. Of the city of God it is said that in the morning, “God will help her” (Psalm 46:5); and again God’s mercies, “are new every morning” (Lamentations 3:23).

For Christians, the beginning of the day should not be burdened and oppressed with besetting concerns for the day’s work. At the threshold of a new day stands the Lord who made it. All the darkness and distraction of the dreams of night retreat before the clear light of Jesus Christ and his awakening word. All unrest, all impurity, all care and anxiety flee before him. Therefore, at the beginning of the day when all distractions and empty talk be silenced and let the first thought of the first word belonged to him to whom our whole life belongs,“Awake, O sleeper, and arise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you” (Ephesians 5:14)!

It is with remarkable frequency the Scriptures remind us that the man of God (and The GodMan Jesus) rose early to seek God and carry out his commands, as did Abraham, Jacob, Moses Joshua (cf. Genesis 19:27, 22:3; Exodus 8:16, 9:13, 24:4; Joshua 3:1, 6:12, etc) and certainly Jesus Himself, “And rising very early in the morning, while it was still dark, He departed and went out to a desolate place, and He prayed” (Mark 1:35).

Jesus rose, departed,went, and prayed to emphasize His resolve to have fellowship with his Father in the morning. We should ask ourselves, “If the perfect Son of Man spent an estimated 2-3 hours with His Father early in the morning, what might be required of me to begin the day with God?”

Is it by mere coincidence Jesus is called, “The Bright Morning Star” (Revelation 22:16)? Some rise early because of restlessness and worry; the Scriptures call this unprofitable, “It is in vain that you rise up early and go late to rest, eating the bread of anxious toil; for God gives to his beloved sleep” (Psalm 127:2). And some rise because they so excited to start the day with their Father, through His Son, and by the Spirit!” (Bonhoeffer, emphasis added)

We rise in excitement and anticipation to MEDITATE

[Offered by John Dozier. The Training Table]

Never in all of history has any culture been as shallow and pathologically busy [albeit we can rarely explain doing what exactly], preoccupied, distracted, and only rarely disabused of the myth of “multi-tasking”… than the Westernized, good ‘ol U.S. of A.!

Perhaps it’s high time we said, “Enough is enough! With the help of God, a community of Saints, and some helpful tools, I choose another way. I’m choosing to GoDeep!”

Rather than skim over life like The Water Strider insect that is perfectly adapted to not break the surface tension of the water (or life, by analogy), the Bible is undaunted in the arena of exhorting us to “Go Deep!” “Go Deep!” into the things of God and neighbor as self (Matthew 22:36-40).

Are you a Christian, a namesake of Jesus Christ? Did Jesus live a shallow or deep life? “Deep” would hardly suffice as to the depth of Christ’s life… There is no deeper place than the abyss or hell where Jesus went for you and me; there is no higher place than heaven where Jesus ascended for you and me… For the redemption of the entire universe… For all those who would have faith in Him.

Jesus did not live a surface, shallow life, and neither should we.

There is a very good reason why very few, if any, problems these daze are solved, resolved at the deeper level AT ALL: We do not start deep; we no longer know or can see the deep; deep is a place so foreign it’s become the abyss of our deepest fears and insecurities; deep is owned by the world, the flesh, and the devil SO THAT each of their “DO NOT ENTER” prohibitions is unabashedly… worse yet unknowingly… obeyed. Ergo, the shallow, surface life reigns.

For, without going deep into God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and His Word, your efforts for God and His people are [most often] as superficial and ineffective and short-lived and enabling [bad politics, policy, morality, behavior, and outcomes] as could be!

“Today…” (Psalm 95:7-8), please GoDeep: It is the time to consider quality OVER quantityfervency OVER formalitydeep cleansing OVER surface appearancesgoing deep into a little OVER staying shallow over a lot… obedience OVER indulgencevulnerability OVER vanitytransformation OVER preservationurgency OVER inactiondevotion OVER deviating from God’s planGod’s love and truth OVER the world, the flesh, and/or the devil’s ways.

“If Jesus Christ, the very Son of God, spent at least two hours each morning going out into the desert and communing with His Father, shouldn’t we be much more circumspect about spending quality time going deep with God?” (Pastor Tim Keller)

GoDeep by Meditating on God’s Word: There is no better feast of the heart.

And without it, no worse famine!

“This Book of the Law [Bible] shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success” (Joshua 1:8).

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things” (Philippians 4:8).

“Give ear to my words, O LORD, consider my meditation. Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my King, and my God: for unto thee will I pray. My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O LORD; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up” (Psalm 5:1-3).

“Oh how I love your law! It is my meditation all the day. Your commandment makes me wiser than my enemies, for it is ever with me” (Psalm 119:97-98; see all of Psalm 119).

“So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ” (Romans 10:17).

“To know wisdom and instruction,” writes Solomon, “To discern the sayings of understanding, to receive instruction in wise behavior, righteousness, justice, equity; to give prudence to the naïve, to the youth knowledge and discretion, a wise man will hear and increase in learning, and a man of understanding will acquire wise counsel, to understand a proverb and a figure, the words of the wise and their riddles. The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge; Fools hate wisdom and instruction” (Proverbs 1:1-7).

“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly; in all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts unto God” (Colossians 3:16).

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

“Do not be conformed to the patterns of this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect” (Romans 12:2)

By Definition…

“Meditate”: “to brood over, cogitate, deeply consider, deliberate, dream, entertain ideas, figure, have in mind, intend, mull over, muse, puzzle over, reflect, ruminate, wrestle, say to oneself, speculate, study, think deeply, apply in the imagination and emotions, think over, weigh, weigh, weigh…” on the scales of God’s Love and True Truth.

By way of the beauty of bovines, “meditation” might be thought of as “spiritual mastication”: Chewing, ingesting, grinding, kneading, regurgitating, chewing again… and ingesting all the heart-changing, affection-renewing, and life-changing nutrients available in God’s Scripture, the Bible!

By Intention…

To mediate on Scriptures, by use of the acronym “A.C.T.S.”: Adoration. Confession. Thanksgiving. Supplication [making your requests known].

By use of these truisms and action words to wrap around and immerse us in what we are reading in the Bible, we will “Go Deep!” into the character of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit’s person(s), His precious Truth and Love, and His unfettered desire to serve others, “on earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:5-15).

Thereby, we will be transformed by the Word, by a community of faithful Saints who will encourage, exhort, enliven, and remind us of our maturity and effectiveness, by our obedience to Christ, and our service to others in the Trinity’s name.

Following is an example of using “A.C.T.S.” to mediate (more and more deeply) on the Word of God”. These are just examples. By applying Adoration. Confession. Thanksgiving. Supplication.

So, as you begin very early in the day [perhaps as I do with “Crank ‘n Christ”—coffee and the Bible], rather than set out to read volumes alone, if you read a sizable section of the Bible consider then taking one verse—even one or two words—and meditate on them while quietly listening to the voice of the Holy Spirit in response.

The Principle: Go quiet, deep, and listening… with a little!

Let’s look at for examples using adoration, confession, thanksgiving, and supplication below:

Adoration [General]: Preparing our heart (core beliefs), spirit (emotions), and will (life lived out) for “entering God’s courts”.

Adoration [Bible Passage, Study, Topic-Specific]: Example: You are reading and listening to the Spirit in Psalm 42; you read it in its entirety first; and then slow down, pause, and come across one passage as you read all of Psalm 42. Then, pause, breath deep, and focus your attention on a very small portion… One line, one word, like, Psalm 42:1“As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God.”

“Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, I adore You. In view of the passage today and thankful in the deepest adoration I can offer in my completely secure salvation and in my continual state of sin and sinning, I offer You all the praise as I read and sense down deep how well You know and love… me. Yes, Lord, I adore You as I know full well, “God so loves the world…” but the ways in which You love me can sometimes be too much for me to accept and embrace—as I know You have for me. I do believe, but please, help my unbelief.

I am panting after You… I adore and cherish You—as I know so well how parched I can get when You’re far away from me, my heart, soul, mind, and strength. I reverence You—as I recall how often I have panted for Your tender touch deep within my soul. I treasure You—as I can even taste the sweetness of Your love like lapping up the freshest water in a cold mountain spring! I worship You—as the many remembrances of Your mercies and intimate care of my soul overcome me as a flood of living water to my of’ times dead and dried-up faith. I adore You—as a deer whose instincts for being completely reliant on You are not encumbered by the self-centeredness that so often enslaves my heart and actions. I applause You—as I interact with any and every one You send into my life, as I can see how every fallen, saved, and unsaved Image Bearer may be panting, parched, and thirsting for You as well! In Jesus’ name, amen.”

[Dear journal…] Holy Spirit, please speak to me…


Confession [General]: Preparing our heart (core beliefs), spirit (emotions), and will (life lived out) for an attitude of profound contriteness, humility, penitence, and deepest sorrow for sin.

By far, the most insightful, thoroughgoing, and God-honoring prayer of confession [a “penitential Psalm”] of being born into sin, and sinning [which is what we all are and do], is King David’s [renowned as “a man after God’s own heart”], Psalm 51.

Before going further, please GoDeep and consider the five most important aspects of David’s confession:

1) “Have mercy on me, O God, according to your steadfast love; according to your abundant mercy blot out my transgressions” (v 1)—An appeal to God’s gracious and most merciful character, which includes both the thrill of heaven and the threat of hell. Praise God that His mercy always precedes His character as a righteous judge.

2) “For I know my transgressions, and my sin is ever before me” (v 3)—David knows deep down the difference between remorse and repentance: Remorse avoids God by placing pride, a fig leaf of shame, and fear of the world over the sin and everything else. While feigning to be broken-hearted about “our inconsequential indiscretions” or culturally-acceptable peccadillo’s, remorse is a set up for sinning ever wider and deeper the next time.

Repentance places all the accountability for sin with the sinner, and all the forgiving in the realms of God’s redemptive plan, in Christ. It is also secure enough in GOD’S forgiveness that you and I can use a community of faith to confess our sins as well.

Remorse stays hidden, ineffective, and an even more destructive force of sin than before; repentance stays open to God and the Saints—thereby internally cathartic and transformative and externally unashamed, God-based not world/man-based, and used of God to change the world.

3) “Against you, you only, have I sinned and done what is evil in your sight, so that you may be justified in your words and blameless in your judgment” (v 4)—An insight and acknowledgement into the core motivation for all and every sin: Defying God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, in favor of lesser gods. Of course, David sinned against many others too, but unless he/we go the core (God) first, our other offers of repentances and forgiveness to “neighbor as self” will only be half-hearted. In Christ, a person after God’s own heart wants to know and eradiate not just the sin, but the sin beneath the sin as well!

4) “Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me. Cast me not away from your presence, and take not your Holy Spirit from me” (vv 10-11)—i) David knew that only by the person of the Holy Spirit has the [re-]creative power of God used to transform our heart—as He did “In the beginning…” (Genesis 1, 2). The Holy Spirit—as He fluttered over the void in the beginning, He flutters over our heart still—the Spirit can and does carry out a change of heart today: “I will remove from them their heart of stone and give them a heart of flesh” (Ezekiel 11:19). ii) Only by true repentance can the fellowship with the Holy Spirit—broken by our sin—be made right, clear, clean for communing, hearing His counsel, and “growing up in the Lord”… Into holiness with Him… for the benefit of serving others.

5) “O Lord, open my lips, and my mouth will declare your praise” (vv 14-15)—King David’s revolutionary and transformative offering of repentance and forgiveness cannot and should not be contained. To complete the cycle of David’s God-glorifying and people-blessing confession, the beginning and end result must always be in the vertical and horizontal shape of the cross: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself’” (Matthew 22:34-40). David’s closing plea to the God he loved, is for the heart change to love his neighborby telling anyone and everyone of the glory of God!

Never forget, for the bona fide, born-again Christian… upon your conversion… Your FIRST confession of sin and repentance before a perfect God sealed the deal! From that point on repentance is not about punishment—which was taken care of, once and for all, and canceled on the cross—but about purification: The necessary step along the journey toward conformation—Christlikeness—service, freedom, maturity, and eventually, glorification when Christ returns.

Any sin, every sin, not repented of, establishes a barrier between God and the sinner. David said, “If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear” (Psalm 66:18).

“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive our sins…” (I John 1:9).

“Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working” (James 5:16).

“Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called and about which you made the good confession in the presence of many witnesses. I charge you in the presence of God, who gives life to all things, and of Christ Jesus, who in his testimony before Pontius Pilate made the good confession…” (1 Timothy 6:12-13).

“…but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect…” (1 Peter 3:15).

As difficult as it can be (due to remorse: pride, fear of shame/exposure, etc) we must avoid willfully ignoring the commands to confess—thereby leading God to employ more persuasive measures to encourage us to conform: like the loss of inner peace, Philippians 4:6; chastening (discipline), Hebrews 12:6; pricking of our conscience, Hebrews 13:18; and/or sorrow for sin, Psalm 32—which if allowed to fester will create an “infection of the heart” that leads to despair.

Confession [Bible Passage, Study, Topic-Specific]: Example: Psalm 42:1“As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God.”

“Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, in view of the passage today, I confess my incredibly pervasive tendency to pant for anything but You, oh God. Even in the deepest places of my seeing my salvation, I allow my sinful panting and thirst for the things of this world and my own self needs to lure me beside streams of polluted water… and I drink deeply. As I sit here in the light a new day, I gag at the thought of it… I confess that being parched for such base things always bubbles-up from my idolizing other, lesser gods—and thereby being thirsty for putrefied water, and not the springs of Living Water, Jesus Christ: The Word, His Word, and words of the community of faith who lovingly hold me accountable by grace and truth. I repent that rather than being set free of condemnation and selfishness, I embrace the world, the flesh, and the devil by allowing myself to get dehydrated—not being in Your Word, not being the husband, father, brother, and friend I could, not committing to discipleship, not being a part of a faithful community, not serving the poor, orphaned, widowed, disenfranchised. Forgive me. Help me to stay well away from drinking of any swill that I might raise to my thirsting lips. Give me an undying thirst for You and You only! In Jesus’ name, amen.”

[Dear journal…] Holy Spirit, please speak to me…


Thanksgiving [General]: Preparing our heart (core beliefs), spirit (emotions), and will (life lived out) for an attitude of deep and abiding thankfulness, gratitude, indebtedness, appreciation, and humility.

Thanksgiving [Bible Passage, Study, Topic-Specific]: Example: Psalm 42:1“As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God.”

“Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, while I meditate and marinate in this one verse today I am unspeakably thankful for the simple yet profound faith that my panting… all the “panting”… is either about Your good things or my sin in making Your good things… the ONLY thing! I’m so thankful for the panting and for the knowing The ONLY Answer for my thirst! I am contended to pant after You; I am grateful to have my existential and temporal thirst so completely satisfied by You; I am overwhelmed knowing my own thirst has been quenched so that I can be a cup of cold water to others; I am supremely and sublimely satisfied and quenched as I drink in more and more deeply of You—The Living Water! Please keep me thankful by keeping my thirsty… and a God-fountain for others as well. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

[Dear journal…] Holy Spirit, please speak to me…


Supplication [General]: an act or instance of supplicating; humble prayer, entreaty, or petition; to entreat God to come to our aid; to plea for things that would honor God and bless ourselves and/or others with; to solicit God to intervene from on high.

Supplication—making our needs, requests known to God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit [Bible Passage, Study, Topic-Specific]: Example: Psalm 42:1“As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God.”

“Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, I’m now reminded… again… of having prefaced this time of supplication, of making my requests known to You, by beginning with adoration, confession, and thanksgiving is so important and meaningful! It’s usually so upside-down with me: I begin by my selfishness, my fears, my anxieties, and treating You like The Genie of the Lamp… ‘Give me this and give me that!’ Devoid of preparing the soil of my heart, my requests of Your intervention in my life is always and everywhere idolatry, forgetfulness, shallowness, foolishness, and babbling into the wind. I’m panting, Lord, The Creator and Well of Living Water, for Your merciful and all-powerful guiding and guardingFirst of all, guide and guard my own heart; secondly guide and guard the hearts of those You have placed closest in and to my life, namely _________; thirdly guide and guard those in my life who are Your born-again Saints in need of Your touch, encouragement, admonishment, exhortation, and leading, namely _________; and lastly guide and guard any and all Image Bearers who You providentially place into the story and stream of my life… so that… Your Way, Truth, and Life may be seen in me. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

[Dear journal…] Holy Spirit, please speak to me…

I know this a lot of information to chew on. Thank you family and friends for getting into this very meaty, very crucial, and very redemptive subject of, Early in the Morning—“GO DEEP!”

I’m deeply appreciative for your attention and patience… And hope you have been blessed, built-up, and bolstered to serve in Jesus’ name.


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