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How can I get to Heaven ?

E Morales

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Answer YES OR NO to these simple questions 

 

How can I get to heaven by going to church ?

By giving money to the poor  

By giving money to your church  

By memorizing a certain prayer 

By repetition of a single prayer  

By trying not to be a bad person  

BY not eating a certain meat 

By Obeying the ten commandments  

By living a drug free life  

BY not smoking or drinking alcohol  

By having a bible in your home  

By getting baptized  

By becoming a member of a church  

By talking in strange tongues  

By telling other people you are a christian  

By praying to the sun or to nature  

By praying to some prophet that lived then died  

By loving your friends and family? 

 

 

Thank you for taking time to read these questions. On Earth, there is no perfect church right now, and heaven can not be purchase in anyway or with anything.

There’s only one way that we can to get to heaven. My friends, first we must believe in Gods Words.

That tells us, that you and I are sinners, and that we all fall short to the glory of God. One day we will all die because of it, SIN.  We all must realize we are sinners, repent of our evils ways and accept Jesus Christ, as our personal savior.

Why not do this today ?

I did, in the year 1987. Then you will receive the holy spirit. He will teach you and guide you the rest of your life,

On what we should do, and what we should not do.

Note: We now live to follow Christ, with the help of the Holy Spirit that is now living in us, we do not follow Man rules or traditions that try to make you earn your way to heaven, We seek Gods Word only, that are found to His Holy Bible. KJV preferred but not only.

Read the bible in the book of Romans,  Chapters 3-23  6-23  5-8  10-9 and 10-10. These verses will help and guide you closer to Christ.

Please read also John Chapter 3-16 and 3-17 in your king James Bible. I pray that God bless you and your family.

If you accepted Christ as your personal Savior today, " Praise God.” Now you need to go and find a bible preaching church that preaches Gods Word.

The Bible tells us that faith comes by hearing and by hearing Gods Word. The Holy Spirit will guide you to the right one.

Be not afraid, for the LORD will always be with you.

Thank you

E Morales with The Glory Land



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WHY REPENTANCE OF SIN IS NOT A WORK

  1. Salvation is not of works, Titus 3:5; 2 Timothy 1:9; Eph. 2:8-9, Romans 11:6.
  2. Salvation is by grace through faith, thus it cannot be mix with works, Eph.2:8, Rom.11:6.
  3. Grace and works cannot go together, Rom.11:6, Rom.4:4
  4. Grace is harmonious with faith, but not with works, Eph.2:8-9, Titus 3:5
  5. Repentance and faith are requisites to salvation, Mark 1:15; Acts 20:21; Heb.6:1
  6. Repentance and faith are commands of the gospel, Mark 1:15; Acts 20:21; Heb.6:1
  7. Obedience to the commands of the gospel is not work, 2 Thes.1:8; Acts 16:30
  8. The word "do" in Acts 16:30 and "obey" in 2 Thes.1:8 does not imply work but a decision in the mind & heart.   
  9. There is no physical action and effort in obeying repentance and faith, it is a decision in the heart and mind and soul.  
  10. Both the thieves on the cross at first mocked at Jesus (Mat.27:44) , and then later the other one repented (changed his mind) and believed on Jesus, and he did not make any physical effort nor come down from the cross and do some works. (Luke 23:39-43). 
  11. When Jesus preached repentance, it is a requirement for salvation from hell, not a warning for some physical dangers, Luke 13:3,5; Mark 1:15.
  12. When Jesus preached repentance, it is repentance of sin.  He did not call the righteous but sinners to repentance, Mark 2: 17.  
  13. Repentance and faith are mentioned in Heb.6:1, and they are foundational truths before baptism.  Repentance from dead works is repentance from sin, because dead works are sins.  
  14. The prodigal son repented of his sins prior to his works of going home and asking apology to his father.  He admitted that he sinned and was unworthy.  He did not work to repent but proved he repented by his works.  Luke 15:17-19. 
  15. The first son repented before he went to work in the field. He did not work to repent. ( Matthew 21:28-29). 
  16.  In Jonah 3:10, the work is the fruit of repentance.  They did not work to repent, rather they worked because they repented.  "God saw their works that they turned from their evil way". The Hebrew word of that is "ki" and that mean also as "because".  And example of this is Genesis 26:20 where the Hebrew word "ki" is translated as because.  "He called the name of the well Esek BECAUSE they strove with him".   It does not mean that he called the well Esek in order for them to strive with him.   In the same way, the people of Nineveh did not work to repent, rather they work because they repented.  It does not say that work is repentance or repentance is a work.  
  17. Repentance and faith are man's sacred duties toward God through grace.  (Acts 11:18; 18:27; 5:31; 2 Tim. 2:25). 
  18. Repentance and faith come through conviction of the Holy Spirit and hearing of God's word. (John 16:8; Rom.10:17). 
  19. "Forsake his way... thoughts" mentioned in Isaiah 55:7 does not mean work or physical effort but rather a decision in the mind and heart to forsake his way and thoughts.  
  20. The word "repent" means "to turn, return". From the Greek word "Metanoia" repentance means "a change of mind".   It is not a work.  
  21. "Turning from his way" mentioned in Ezek.33:11 does not imply work.  It is a change of mind and direction.   It is a decision in the mind and heart to turn from sin. 

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On 5/6/2020 at 8:22 PM, mbkjpreacher said:

A follow up on Question 3.  You stated that repent that "repent is an action word" Question No. 5 is:

What kind of action do you mean, an act of the will in the soul of man, or a physical action that requires effort?  

Both, with the soul and physically. You have to be alive and breathing. Not by good works, (effort) but we seek to do good works, after we are saved. To please and be obedience, to  God. Not to be a busybody pleasing some pastor or man.

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On 5/12/2020 at 5:49 PM, E Morales said:

Both, with the soul and physically. You have to be alive and breathing. Not by good works, (effort) but we seek to do good works, after we are saved. To please and be obedience, to  God. Not to be a busybody pleasing some pastor or man.

My question is you said that repentance of sin is a physical work, so do you believe that the sinner must repent of sin and believe to be saved, or you believe that it does not involve repentance of sin to be saved?  

Do you believe that salvation is by works or by grace? 

 

 

IS REPENTANCE OF SIN A WORK THAT YOU MUST STRIVE FOR?

Thursday, May 14, 2020

 

According to some modern preachers, that repentance of sin is a work that you must strive for, that in order to repent you must be able to quit sinning and that if you still sin, then you have not yet repented of your sin. This thinking led them to the idea that to be saved, there is no repentance of sin required but that repentance is just a change of mind from unbelief to belief.  These are the modern preachers who would try to classify man’s repentance into two kinds such as a) Repentance   b) Repentance of sin as work.  However, there is an inconsistency in their statements because when you ask them, “Is unbelief sin?” they cannot deny the fact that it is sin.  Then that would destroy their classification of repentance which they say that repentance is a change of mind from unbelief to belief in Christ and yet they would still admit that it is sin. Thus they are contradicting their own statement and classification of man’s repentance into two kinds such as 1) repentance (not of sin) 2) repentance from sin.  I asked several people who hold that kind of belief, “Is unbelief sin?”  Their answer is “Yes”, “Of course”.  They cannot deny the fact that unbelief is sin because if they would deny that unbelief is sin, then they would contradict the Scriptures (Revelation 21:8; Romans 14:23;  Heb.3:12).  So far those who hold to such heresy have not yet denied that unbelief is sin.  Thus they lie when they said that to be saved you do not repent of sin, yet they admit that unbelief is sin, and so they repent of the sin of unbelief to be saved.

 

Where did they get the idea that repentance of sin is a work? The Bible is clear that repentance is of God’s grace and not a work (2 Tim.2:25; Acts 11:18; 5:31). I have search on the history and confessions of faith of Baptists, including Charles Spurgeon, and they all believed repentance is a change of mind and heart concerning sin.  Although some of them are Calvinists Baptists, yet both Calvinists and non-Calvinist Baptists hold to the same principle that repentance is a change of mind and heart about sin and turning to God for salvation.  

 

THE LONDON BAPTIST CONFESSION OF FAITH   1689 states:

 

REPENTANCE UNTO LIFE AND SALVATION

 

“This saving repentance is an evangelical grace, whereby a person, being by the Holy Spirit made sensible of the manifold evils of his sin, doth by faith in Christ, humble himself for it with godly sorrow, detestation of it, and self-abhorrency, praying for pardon and strength of grace, with a purpose and endeavor, by supplies of the Spirit, to walk before God unto all well-pleasing in all things (Zech 12:10; Acts 11:18; Ezek.36:31; 2 Cor.7:11; Psa. 119:6,128).”

 

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE CONFESSION OF FAITH 1833

 

We believe that repentance and faith are sacred duties and also inseparable graces,
wrought in our souls by the regenerating Spirit of God; whereby being deeply convinced
of our guilt, danger and helplessness, and of the way of salvation by Christ, we turn to
God with unfeigned contrition, confession and supplication for mercy; at the same time
heartily receiving the Lord Jesus Christ as our Prophet, Priest and King, and relying on
him alone as the only and all-sufficient Saviour
Mark 1:15, Acts 11:18, Eph. 2:8, I John 5:1, John 16:8, Acts 2:37-38, Acts 16:30-31 Luke 18:13, Luke 15:18-21, James 4:7-10, II Cor. 7:11, Romans 10:12-13, Ps.51, Rom. 10:9-11, Acts 3:22-23, Heb. 4:14, Ps.2:6, Heb. 1:8, Heb. 7:25, II Tim. 1:12

 

The New Hampshire Confession of Faith has been held by many Baptists, Missionary Baptists and  Independent Baptists.  It states that being deeply convince our guilt, danger, and helplessness, and of the way of salvation by Christ, we turn to God with unfeigned contrition, confession, and supplication for mercy; at the same time heartily receiving the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

Where did the idea that “repentance of sin is a work” come from?  It is a result of misinterpretation of Jonah 3: 10.  The verse says:

 

And God saw their works, that they turned from their evil way; and God repented of the evil, that he had said that he would do unto them; and he did it not.

(Jonah 3:10 KJV)

According to those who hold that repentance of sin is a work, that the passage is saying that when God saw their work, that such work is the repentance of sins.  The word thatin the passage is in the Hebrew kiand the same word thatis also translated in other passages as becausesuch as in Genesis 26:20:

And the herdmen of Gerar did strive with Isaac's herdmen, saying, The water is ours: and he called the name of the well Esek; because they strove with him.

(Genesis 26:20 KJV)

 

Notice that the verse does not mean that the calling of the well Esek is not the strife. Neither did they call the well Esek in order to strive with him.  Rather, they called the name of the well Esek because they strove with him.  

In the same way, Jonah 3:10 does not say that repentance of sin is a work, nor the work is said to be the repentance of sin.   The founder and propagator of this heresy did a private interpretation even though there are no parallel or supporting passages that clearly state that repentance of sin is a work.  Followers of this heresy are confused to the point of contradicting their own statements.

 

One proponent said that repentance of sin is a work so he admitted that he has never repented of his sins in all his Christian life because he cannot quit sinning while in this life. This is due to his understanding that repentance of sin is to quit sinning.  Another proponent stated, Repenting of your sin is a daily thing, salvation is not a daily thing.  Salvation is a one time thing.   Both proponents have contradicting statements.   If repentance of sin is a work for the Christian, then he or she cannot easily do the work of repentance until he quits sinning, and so how could it be a daily thing?  Thus they contradict themselves and their own statements.  

 

The false belief is that repentance of sin is a work that you have to strive for. The truth is that repentance or repentance of sin is not a work.  One cannot do daily repentance if it is a work that you have to fulfill before it can be called repentance.  Their proposition is that when a saved person committed sin, and then realized it, felt sorry of his sin, and changed his mind, they said that it cannot be called repentance of sin until he has done some effort and works.  Say for example, if a man who is already a Christian committed sins by stealing money from his friends, and he realized that he sinned against God, changed his mind, and asked Gods forgiveness; proponents of that heresy believed that that cannot be called repentance of sins until such time that he has worked to return all the money to his friends.  That is why if that man cannot return all the money in one day, then he has not repented that day since he has not completed all the works.  Such doctrine is indeed strange and unbiblical.  

 

What does the Bible teach?  When a saved person commits sin, he loses fellowship with God and is under Gods discipline. When David sinned, he lost the joy of salvation, but not the salvation (Psalm51:12).  Hebrews 12: 6 teaches us that the believer will be chastened by God.  The parallel passage is Revelation 3: 19 which states:

 

As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent.

(Revelation 3:19 KJV)

 

For whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth.

(Hebrews 12:6 KJV)

 

Take note of the passages above.  This is related passages because it is speaking of Gods chastisement and it has reference to those who are Gods children already.  God commands his children to repent when they sin or else they will be chastened by Him.  If it is impossible for the believer to repent of his sins, then how will his fellowship with God be restored.   The saved person is commanded to confess his sins and God is faithful to forgive him from all his sins.  

 

If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

(1 John 1:9 KJV)

 

Confession involves repentance.  If a person confesses his sins without repentance then there is no sincerity to it.  David said in Psalm 38:18.  For I will declare mine iniquity; I will be sorry for my sin.”.   Repentance or repentance of sin is not a work that you have to strive for.  If you as a believer has sinned against God, and you immediately confess your sins, with a repentant heart, the Lord will immediately forgive you as he promised in 1 John 1: 9, He is faithful and just to forgive us and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.  Work is not repentance nor it is the repentance of sin.  Rather work is the result or fruit of repentance.  It is the result of salvation.    

 

Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance:

(Matthew 3:8 KJV)

 

Either make the tree good, and his fruit good; or else make the tree corrupt, and his fruit corrupt: for the tree is known by his fruit. O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things? for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh. A good man out of the good treasure of the heart bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things.

(Matthew 12:33-35 KJV)

 

Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works.

(James 2:18 KJV)

 

Not of works, lest any man should boast. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.

(Ephesians 2:9-10 KJV)

 

When a Christian is striving against sin, that is not repentance of sin.  That is obedience and discipline.  When a Christian failed to obey God, or when he disobeys God, then he sinned.  When he realized his sin and felt sorry and repents, that is the repentance of sin.  After the Christian asked forgiveness from God of his sins, then God forgives him of all his sins (1 John 1:9). After he is forgiven, then he is cleansed and is in right fellowship with God. His effort not to sin, can be called discipline of the body, but it is not called repentance of sin.  However when he sinned against God, and repents of it, then that is repentance of sin.  You cannot call it repentance of sin after he is cleanse and he has not committed sin yet. You cannot call it repentance of sin prior to committing sin. If he has repented of his sin already in the previous, then God does not charge us of them after he has confessed them to the Lord. Repentance of sins should not be confused with good works. Good works is not repentance of sin.  Rather good works is the result of repentance and faith (James 2:18).  In Matthew 21:29, the eldest son repented first before he went to work.  He did not work to repent.   

 

Repentance and faith are requisite to salvation.  God commands all men to repent (Acts 17:30). Repent of what?  Repent of sin, wickedness, evil, transgressions(Acts 8:22; Ezek.18:30; 33:11; Isaiah 55:7).  

 

Even when a person is already saved, child of God, yet he is commanded to repent of his sin when he sinned against God (Rev.3:19).  But when he is already saved, child of God, then the repentance of sin is not for salvation but for restoration of fellowship with God (Rev.3:19).  When the believer repents and confess his sins to the Lord, it does not mean that he does not have to exercise faith again.  However the faith that he has to exercise is not to receive Jesus, but to trust Christ in his daily Christian walk (Gal.3:16). Saving faith is what we exercised to receive Christ for our salvation (Eph. 2:8-9).  Faith in our daily Christian walk is not saving faith or trusting in Jesus as Savior, but rather trusting in Jesus in our daily Christian walk. (Gal.3:11).  When a child of God sinned, that means he doubted God and disobeyed Him. Or when he doubts God that means he sinned.  Romans 14:23 states that whatsoever is not of faith is sin:

 

 

And he that doubteth is damned if he eat, because he eateth not of faith: for whatsoever is not of faith is sin. (Romans 14:23 KJV)

 

When the believer is in a state of doubt, it does not mean that he loses his salvation because he already received Christ by faith and the Lord promised that He will never leave him.

 

Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.

(Hebrews 13:5 KJV)

 

However, the believer in a state of doubt is not in right fellowship with God.  Romans 14:23 states, “And he that doubteth is damned if he eat, because he eateth not of faith: for whatsoever is not of faith is sin”.  

 

But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.

(James 1:6-8 KJV)

 

Thus the man who doubted has sinned, and must confess his sin daily to walk in fellowship with God since sins cannot be avoided daily.  When he doubts, confess his sins (repents of sins) then he must exercise faith again, not for salvation but for obedience and submission to God.  An example of this is in Acts 4:29-31.

 

And now, Lord, behold their threatenings: and grant unto thy servants, that with all boldness they may speak thy word, By stretching forth thine hand to heal; and that signs and wonders may be done by the name of thy holy child Jesus. And when they had prayed, the place was shaken where they were assembled together; and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and they spake the word of God with boldness.

(Acts 4:29-31 KJV)

 

They were threatened, and were overcome by fear.  They were afraid to speak of the Lord to share His words.  So they prayed and believed God.  James said that a doubful man receives nothing, so that means when they prayed they exercised faith.  After they prayed, the were filled with the Holy Ghost and they spake the word of God with boldness.  Confessions of sins, repenting of sins, is the mark of the Christian.  Both confessions and trusting in Jesus from day to day is a daily task that the believer must do every time he fails God. Pride comes unnoticed and pride is sin.  Repentance of sin is not a work, or else no one can do that in a regular basis if it involves conditions of good works that must be done first.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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That's a very heavy rock to carry, thanks to the Grace of God, we do not have to carry it . When a person hear the gospel of salvation for the first time, can he or she accept Christ, for salvation without realizing they are a sinner. Do you want to accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior? Yes I do, just pray and say I believe in Jesus. That it, that easy? I believe a person must realize, that he or she is lost, and that we were born sinners.         (Repent means to realize) 

 

 

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17 hours ago, E Morales said:

That's a very heavy rock to carry, thanks to the Grace of God, we do not have to carry it . When a person hear the gospel of salvation for the first time, can he or she accept Christ, for salvation without realizing they are a sinner. Do you want to accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior? Yes I do, just pray and say I believe in Jesus. That it, that easy? I believe a person must realize, that he or she is lost, and that we were born sinners.         (Repent means to realize) 

 

 

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Repentance means a change of mind and heart toward God concerning sin.   When a person realizes that he is a sinner, repents of his sin, it is not a work.. repentance of sin is not a work.  A person who loves sin will not trust in Jesus.  Only those who realize their sinfulness and its condemnation, and need for deliverance would trust in Jesus as Savior.  Jesus said, I did not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance (Mark 2: 17) .  

 

There is no physical effort or physical action involved in repentance, but it involves his intellect (knowledge of sin, God holiness, and judgment), emotion (feeling sorry) and will ( a decision, a change of mind, act of the will) that is not a work but that is a decision in the mind and heart of man.. not a physical effort or work.. 

 

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7 hours ago, mbkjpreacher said:

Repentance means a change of mind and heart toward God concerning sin.   When a person realizes that he is a sinner, repents of his sin, it is not a work.. repentance of sin is not a work.  A person who loves sin will not trust in Jesus.  Only those who realize their sinfulness and its condemnation, and need for deliverance would trust in Jesus as Savior.  Jesus said, I did not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance (Mark 2: 17) .  

 

There is no physical effort or physical action involved in repentance, but it involves his intellect (knowledge of sin, God holiness, and judgment), emotion (feeling sorry) and will ( a decision, a change of mind, act of the will) that is not a work but that is a decision in the mind and heart of man.. not a physical effort or work.. 

 

It would have been much better if this was said at the beginning.

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    • It would have been much better if this was said at the beginning.
    • Repentance means a change of mind and heart toward God concerning sin.   When a person realizes that he is a sinner, repents of his sin, it is not a work.. repentance of sin is not a work.  A person who loves sin will not trust in Jesus.  Only those who realize their sinfulness and its condemnation, and need for deliverance would trust in Jesus as Savior.  Jesus said, I did not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance (Mark 2: 17) .     There is no physical effort or physic
    • That's a very heavy rock to carry, thanks to the Grace of God, we do not have to carry it . When a person hear the gospel of salvation for the first time, can he or she accept Christ, for salvation without realizing they are a sinner. Do you want to accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior? Yes I do, just pray and say I believe in Jesus. That it, that easy? I believe a person must realize, that he or she is lost, and that we were born sinners.         (Repent means to realize)     
    • My question is you said that repentance of sin is a physical work, so do you believe that the sinner must repent of sin and believe to be saved, or you believe that it does not involve repentance of sin to be saved?   Do you believe that salvation is by works or by grace?      IS REPENTANCE OF SIN A WORK THAT YOU MUST STRIVE FOR? Thursday, May 14, 2020   According to some modern preachers, that repentance of sin is a work that you must strive for, that in order
    • Both, with the soul and physically. You have to be alive and breathing. Not by good works, (effort) but we seek to do good works, after we are saved. To please and be obedience, to  God. Not to be a busybody pleasing some pastor or man.
    • WHY REPENTANCE OF SIN IS NOT A WORK Salvation is not of works, Titus 3:5; 2 Timothy 1:9; Eph. 2:8-9, Romans 11:6. Salvation is by grace through faith, thus it cannot be mix with works, Eph.2:8, Rom.11:6. Grace and works cannot go together, Rom.11:6, Rom.4:4 Grace is harmonious with faith, but not with works, Eph.2:8-9, Titus 3:5 Repentance and faith are requisites to salvation, Mark 1:15; Acts 20:21; Heb.6:1 Repentance and faith are commands of the gosp
    • Why do you think that I do believe the same as them when I do not categorize "repent of sin" as a work whereas he repeatedly emphasize repentance of sin as a work.  Secondly, in my evangelism outline I include repentance which I do explain as repentance of sin.   Thirdly, I do not practice that repeat after me prayer phrase by phrase.   Now why do you think it is the same?   Of course there are basic in the gospel presentation that are the same for the believers of salvation by grace.  Can't you
    • A follow up on Question 3.  You stated that repent that "repent is an action word" Question No. 5 is: What kind of action do you mean, an act of the will in the soul of man, or a physical action that requires effort?  
    • Therefore there must be a change of mind first concerning sin, from loving sin to hating it, that is repentance toward God before he exercises faith toward our Lord Jesus.  
    • Choose this day whom ye shall serve. The person that does not want deliverance? Shall be left behind, for this man trusted not, and was almost persuaded to be a christian. Like king Agrippa, and others for they had much.  

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