Back to the Basics

Don’t forget about the basics!

I played soccer for ten years and I had so much fun doing it. One thing that I remember most is that no matter how well our team did and how old we got, one thing that our coach would always tell us at every practice was,” Don’t forget about the basics!”

I remember asking (several times throughout the years) why we had to do the same basic drills over and over again. (I would get tired of doing them) My coach told me that we had to keep doing them because if we forgot how to do the basics, them we might as well go home. Once you forget about the basics, them the more advance techniques and the more complex ideas fail to exist.

The same thing happens spiritually with our walk with Jesus. If we forget about the basics (Reading our bibles daily, spending time in prayer and worship, and keeping Jesus first in our lives.) then the rest just fails to exist.

I pray that 2010 will be filled with many blessings! I also pray that you wouldn’t forget the joy and love that you had when you first found Jesus. Don’t forget your first love for Jesus! Stay close to Jesus! Its all good with him!!

 Don’t forget about the basics!

Happy New Year!

All for Jesus!

Spiritual Hair Dye

Have you ever been overly ambitious or excited about trying something new that you made a lot of dumb mistakes? Yeah I think we all have.

So I was trying to dye my hair recently and this is what happened:

It all stated when I went and bought some dye in the form of shampoo. (You know the stuff that washes out in 6-12 washes and isn't permanent) I got a bottle and decided to put it in my hair (it was my first time every using the stuff) and so I mixed it up and started applying it. Just then I stopped and panicked for a second. I thought that I had gotten the wrong color. (My hair is a dark ask brown, and when I went to put the dye on my hair, it looked jet black) Not knowing that it was suppose to be like that (and it being my first time using it) I decided to only leave it in my hair 10 mins. (The box said 20) (I only left it 10 mins fearing that it would turn out to dark and not the write color) Much to my surprise (after the 10 mins) I washed and dried my hair and noticed that it didn't do anything. (This was because I didn't leave it in enough time and that I really shouldn't have been trying to do this at 12:30 in the morning) Ok so having that attempt fail I asked my friend to help me. (She wanted to dye her hair also) So we went and got a light ash blonde to put in her hair and mine. After 45 mins I washed my hair and was very surprised by what I saw in the mirror. The dye wasn't strong enough and had turned my hair orange. (I was trying to highlight my hair) I got another bottle of the shampoo dye and tried to fix my hair. (I left it on for 30 mis even though the box said 20) I washed my hair and I was unpleasantly surprised. It didn't take! Not even a little bit. (Sigh) Another failed attempt. Ok so the next day I finally decided to ask my mom what I should do and ask her to please fix it. We go and get the highlighting kit (the real stuff and the stuff I should have used right off the bat.) and she highlights my hair. Great no problem right? Not exactly. After looking at my hair for a day, I decided that I don't like it and way to do it over. (The highlights were to much and to thick) So I go and get dye to match my hair color (permanent this time.) I dyed my hair back to its normal color. The next day I decide that I want y highlights just not as much. So I go and highlight my hair again. Finally I look in the mirror with my new highlights and start thinking. I really like them but they are too bold (they are to while blonde, I wanted more of a golden blonde). So once again I get more dye and tone them down. Finally my hair is fixed and looks perfect right? Not quite. I am very happy with my highlights but I notice one small thing. They aren't even. I have more on one side then another. (Now it is not noticeable, and if I didn't mention it, you wouldn't know the difference but because I looked really close, I noticed.) I can tell you that I am just leaving it that way and not messing with my hair anymore. (After all it is not noticeable.)

Why am I telling you all this? Well remember that the Physical parallels the Spiritual. So here are some lessons that I learned that I think will be helpful in your walk (and mine) with Jesus:

• It was my first time using that shampoo dye. I was fearful of what was suppose to happen and did what I wanted to despite the directions on the box. We do the same with Jesus. The freedom that we find in Jesus can be a new experience for us. We can be fearful of what is suppose to happen. (because we have no idea that it is normal) In tern we do what we think is best despite the instructions that we have been given. In doing so, it doesn't work and we wonder why. We do the same with Jesus. We do what we want or think is best and totally ignore or change the instructions that Jesus has given us. When it doesn't turn out the way it was suppose to, we wonder why. (Sometimes we have to spend more time with Jesus for things to really take effect)

• The light ash blonde dye wasn't strong enough to finish the job. (it started it but quit half way) Same thing with Jesus. Sometimes when we do something we start is but don’t finish it. (like breaking a bad habit) Sometimes it’s because we aren't quite strong enough to finish the job. Jesus will give us all the strength and power you need to find (and keep) true freedom in him!

• I got a second bottle of the shampoo dye. I tried to fix the problem on my own. After several failed attempts, we can try to fix it on our own. Let me tell you that Jesus is the only one that can truly fix your problem and give you true freedom! We can't do it on our own!

• I asked my mom for help. Finally I admitted that I needed help (from someone who knew what they were doing.) There is nothing wrong with asking for help. My mom was able to guide me and tell me what I needed to know to not only fix it, but not do it again. We need to be the same way with Jesus! Trust me when I say that Jesus knows what he is dong! He can and will fix it!

• I highlighted my hair. Finally we did what I wanted (or suppose to) to do. We can do what God wants us to do but when we are done we know something just isn't right.

• I had to start over from the beginning. (Re-dye my hair back to the color it was.) When we don't do things right the first time we have to start over from the beginning. Same thing with Jesus.

• Finally we do what we were suppose to do in the way it was intended to be done.

• Finding little flaws. We all have them. Some are noticeable and some aren't. Stop looking for them and you won't find them!

• Doing things on your own can be costly. (for me it cost me $30, for something that was suppose to cost me $10) Addiction (and sin) will cost you more then you want to pay.

Redemption and Freedom in Jesus! It’s true. You have total and complete redemption and freedom in Jesus! (Although it did cost me more then I wanted to say, my mom was awesome and gave me the money back that I had paid.) Jesus will give you back what you lost and then some!

• Healing and finding true freedom is a process. It takes time. (This didn't all happen in one day, it took several days.)

Just like the hair dye I pray that you will make the change for the better permanent! Stay focused and stay strong in Jesus! Learn form your mistakes and from the mistakes of others. Keep Jesus first in your life and follow his instructions closely. It’s all good with Jesus! (Romans 8:28)

All for Jesus!


Christmas Everyday

Christmas. This was not to long ago. What did you get for presents?

Well if your Christmas was anything like mine (and I am assuming that it was) then it was pretty "typical". I got together with my family, we sat and talked for a while, had a nice meal together, gave and  received gifts and we all went home. (It wasn't exactly like that, but you get the idea.) Like I said, I thought it was a "typical" Christmas, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized that it was really special.

There are a few interesting things about that night:
  • We were celebrating Christmas
  • We were able to be together as a family
  • We were able to spend some time talking and catching up with each other.
  • We had a meal together
  • We gave and received gifts
Now one thing that I am a firm believer in (and will say a lot) is that the Physical parallels the Spiritual. (We are talking about 99.9% of the time.) So keeping this in mind, I want you to think about a few things:
  •  That we were celebrating Christmas (the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ!) Jesus is the center (and main reason) of the party. Keep Jesus first and everything else will work out!
  • We were able to get together as a family. Just like we have a physical family we also have a spiritual family. It is nice to be able to get together with people and worship Jesus. (On Sundays, Wednesdays and any other time of the week.) We not only gather physically, but also spiritually. It is many people becoming one in spirit as we worship (and become one with) Jesus. 
  • We were able to spend time talking and catching up. It is nice to have time to spend with other Christians. We get to know each other and build strong, lasting relationships with each other. It is really nice to spend time with and get to know Jesus! The more time you spend with someone, the more you get to know them and the more you become like them.
  • We were able to have a meal together. It is nice to sit and have a meal as a family. The same thing goes with God's family. We sit and have a meal together by learning from and applying God's Word to our lives.
  • Giving and receiving gifts. It was fun to watch as everyone was so excited about the gifts. All of the gifts that we give and receive have spiritual influence. (For example, I got a new pair of shoes (it was unexpected but I pleasant surprise) I received shoes and God is saying (right now to me) (according to Ephesians 6:15) that I am giving you preparation. (I am preparing you) [to face the enemy with the firm-footed stability, the promptness, and the readiness produced by the good news] of the Gospel of peace.)
There were several other things I got, but I think you get the point.

So in Summary: 
  • Keep Jesus the first priority in your life!
  • Don't forget to go to church 
  • Spend time getting to know other Christians, (and most important) spend time getting to know Jesus!
  • Regularly spend time learning and applying God's word to your life. (with others and daily by yourself)
  • Enjoy and use the gifts that God has (and will) give you. 
I don't know about you but I want Christmas Everyday!

Remember Jesus loves you and so do I! Stay strong and continue to learn from him!!

All for Jesus!


Spiritual Dehydration

Have you ever been dehydrated?

Here are some signs of dehydration:
  • dry mouth,
  • the eyes stop making tears,
  • muscle cramps,
  • nausea and vomiting,
  • heart palpitations
  • lightheadedness (especially when standing).
With Severe Dehydration you may experience:
  • confusion
  • weakness
  • and coma can result.
Now as you can see there are several levels of dehydration. Ranging from mild to severe.

We all know that the body is make up of mostly water (and if you didn't know that I just told you.) We all know that water is vital for everything that our body does. (from breathing to digesting to moving our muscles etc) We use up (or loose) water.

So remember in my last post when I was talking about being sick? (If you haven't please go back and read it. I will wait for you.)

Ok so like I was saying; remember when I was talking about throwing up? Well here is something I find interesting (you might find this just plain gross, so I apologize ahead of time.) But when you throw up or have diarrhea, it takes extra water to get rid of the bad stuff that you ate. (making you more prone to being dehydrated) So how do we not become dehydrated? Drink lots of water. (or fluids)

The same thing spiritually.

John 4:14:

14 (Jesus is speaking) But whoever takes a drink of the water that I will give him shall never, no never, be thirsty any more. But the water that I will give him shall become a spring of water welling up (flowing, bubbling) [continually] within him unto (into, for) eternal life.

After we have thrown up (gotten rid of) the sin in our lives. (which it takes water to do) We need to drink lots of water to help us stay well.

So drink lots of water (which is spending time with Jesus) and get lots a sleep (which is also spending time with Jesus) and let Jesus heal you!

Be healed in Jesus!

All for Jesus!

Spiritual Stomach Flu

Have you ever had the Stomach Flu? Let me tell you it is no fun.

What happens when we have the Stomach Flu? We throw up and/or have diarrhea. Why does our body have this kind of reaction? We throw up because our stomach is either too full or is irritated. What can cause irritation? Normally it is because of a virus or bacteria. (Same thing with diarrhea) How do we get these bacteria or viruses? Mostly by having dirty hands and eating contaminated food. One very important thing to watch out for is dehydration. (I will talk more about this in my next post)

 We eat something that we shouldn't have (either by choice or by accident) and our body rejects it.

This is what happens spiritually.

Hebrews 12:1-2:

...let us strip off and throw aside every encumbrance (unnecessary weight) and that sin which so readily (deftly and cleverly) clings to and entangles us...Looking away [from all that will distract] to Jesus!...

When we indulge in sin (no matter what it is) it is like eating something that we shouldn't have. Our stomachs take it in but soon they realize that there is something wrong. So what is the first reaction? To get rid of it! This is how our spirits work also.

You know that when you are sick you don't feel like eating much and doing a whole lot. Even the simple things seem to take a lot of energy and you are really tired after. All you want to do is sleep. The same thing goes for our spirits.

Sleep heals the body. So what about our spirits? Jesus heals the spirit. We need to sleep in him so he can heal us! The more time you spend with him the better you will feel.

So what am I saying? I am saying just what Hebrews says. Lets get rid of all the stuff that entangles us and fix our eyes on Jesus! (get rid of the sin in our lives, sleep in Jesus and be healed!)  Happy Sleeping in Jesus!

All for Jesus!


Electric Current

Ok so have you ever thought of how an electric current works? What’s its purpose? How does it do what it does? Why does it do what it does?

Well I have been thinking about this and here is what I have come up with:

  • The purpose of an electric current is to transfer power from one thing to another. (Weather it be from the wall to your computer, or from the wall to your lamp or whatever it may be.)
  • How do you transfer power from one thing to another? Think about this for a second. ( I don’t want to give you all the answers just yet :D) So really think about this and see what answer you come up with. (I am not saying that all my answers are correct, this is just what I have come up with.)
There are two ways to transfer power:

  • The first is though a cord. ( Like from the wall through the cord into your lamp)
  • The second is wireless. (Like in the case of cordless phones. (What happens here is that the signal goes from the base, travels though the air and is received by the phone. (through an antenna)
The same thing applies to our walk with Jesus!

 We are a lot like this electric current. What is our purpose as Christians? Our main purpose is to love God and then we can love others like God has loved us. So how do we do that? By the transfer of power (and love and mercy and grace and forgiveness etc) from Jesus to us. We first must receive it from Jesus to then be able to give it away.

Next is how do we transfer power from Jesus to us? Well this can be done in one of two ways: With a cord, or wirelessly. This is how a cord works: First you take one end and plug it into the wall, and then it transfers power to whatever it is plugged into on the other end. Well Jesus is the wall that we must plug into to get power. The cord is us spending time with Jesus. (In worship, prayer, reading your bible daily, and just hanging out with Jesus.) The electric current is God’s Holy Spirit (if you have questions on this please ask) Then the cord is plugged into us on the other end.

Wireless works like this: The signal gets send from the base and is received by the phone (or a receiver of some kind) Jesus is the base and we are the receiver. (Or the phone)

With the advances in technology we are seeing more and more wireless (and cordless) things. God works the same way. Sometimes he chooses to download (give us) information straight to our spirit. (his spirit talks directly to ours) Does this happen? Yes. What I have found (at least in my life, and this looks different for everyone) that Jesus likes to use the cord. (go old-school, if you will) (I know that even with the advances in technology, I still have to plug in my lamp if I want it to work.) Now are there times when Jesus will speak to me in a dream? (And speak directly to my spirit) Yes. But he also likes it when I take time everyday to spend time with him and he speaks to me that way also. (Through my thoughts, feelings, emotions, situations, attitudes, my senses etc.)

So no matter how Jesus chooses to speak to me, I want him to speak and to continue to transfer everything that he is into (and through) me! So I can give to people what Jesus has given me! (Be that electric current) (His unconditional love, joy, peace, endurance, grace, mercy, HEALING, FREEDOM, etc.)

Did you get all that? Here is a summary:
  • Jesus is the plug in the wall; he transfers power to us (with the help of the Holy Spirit. (who is the cord)) We are the lamp that the cord is plugged into. (so Jesus can shine his light through us)
  • Jesus is the plug in the wall (we covered this above) and the Holy Spirit is the electric current (the power) and we are the cord that plugs into each other. (and our family and friends) We are to give (and pass along) that which Jesus has given us!
So remember that with Jesus (by spending time with him, and with help from the Holy Spirit) we can be all that he has created and called us to be! All we have to do is stay plugged into HIM!!

All for Jesus!


Spiritual Wheat

Caution: Adult content in this post!

Ok so for the past month (or so) I have been eating gluten-free. That means no wheat, rye, or anything like that; this also means no commercial flour. (Because everything is made with wheat flour or regular white flour (that is also wheat flour but it has been bleached.)) So this means no commercial bread, pasta, crackers, or pretty much any carbohydrates that you can buy at the store and have flour in them.

What can I eat? Pretty much everything else. All fruit, all vegetables, (except corn) milk and cheese, (although I don't eat a lot of dairy) and meat (although I don't eat pork or chicken) So if I were to make a list (and I have) of things I can and can't eat it looks like this:

Things I can't eat: Wheat, rye, spelt (that is made from wheat), corn, chicken, pork and a few other things.

Things I can eat: Bananas, oranges, grapes, apples, pineapples, carrots, green beans, peas, (although not very often) beef, (all kinds, ground beef, steak etc) turkey, (all kinds) milk, cheese, eggs, butter, mayo, most salad dressings, peaches, plumes. (I can have pasta, bread, etc as long as it is gluten-free)

So as you can see the list of things I can have is a lot longer then the things I can't. I just have to be more careful about what I eat. What I am learning is that wheat is everywhere and in everything (even places that you wouldn't think, like in a can of condensed soup. )

Why am I eating gluten-free? Because I have found that wheat is toxic to my body and makes me sick.

The same thing applies to our spiritual lives. There is spiritual wheat that has my generation sick and is slowly destroying us. It is everywhere and in everything. What am I talking about? Sex and Sexual Sin.

I remember walking down the halls and in the locker bays at my high school and seeing people make out in plain sight like it was no big deal! I know you have probably seen worse, but still. There is no need for this to go on!

We, as a generation, have become use to it.

I picked up book the other day and started to read it. I thought it was harmless. I had read other books by this same author and they were fine (except the part where the girl got raped, I didn't need details there) but other then that, no problem. I read the first 20 pages of this other book and I had to stop. In the book one of the characters was into pornography (and she (the author) gave details) and there was a part where this character even masturbated ( and she gave details) This was all in the first 20 pages of this book and the worst part was that I found the book at a Jr High Library!

My generation has grown up (and is growing up) thinking that having sex outside of marriage is normal and that it is ok to watch pornography and/or masturbate whenever you want. I have a huge problem with this!

There are consequences for our actions (some good and some bad ( in the case of sexual sin, they are bad)) Students (and people in general) that participate in sexual sin have spiritual, emotional and sometimes physical consequences.

Did you ever stop to think that there is a reason why Jesus said not to have sex before marriage and to stay away from all sexual sin? (I am talking about the whole spectrum (lustful thoughts, pornography, masturbation, fornication, adultery, rape, incest. etc)) He knew the damage it would do and wanted us to be spared from it!

Now let me touch on a couple of things here:

• First, is if you struggle with sexual sin (any part or parts) I want you to know that its ok. I don't think any less of you because you struggle with this and should know better. Jesus and I love you like crazy! The important part is that you recognize that it is wrong and you truly want to change. Cry out to Jesus! Repent (which means not only that you are sorry, but you make a complete 180 degree turn) and take steps to help you never go back there again. (If you want ideas or help on how to do so feel free to ask) Remember that Jesus is always with you; you are free in Jesus, and he will help you make the change for good! Jesus I speak complete and total healing and freedom! In Jesus Name!!

• Second, I know that it is not easy to stay away from sexual sin because it is everywhere. But Jesus will help you! He has given you everything you need to live a Holy and Pure life for him!

We just need to be more careful with what we are eating. With what we are watching, listening to, reading, and indulging in.

Also I want you to remember that indulging in sexual sin (or any sin) is so not worth it. What good is a little "fun" if then after you are going to be sick for several days? (with guilt and shame and knowing that you shouldn't have done that) Its not worth it!

Remember that list that we made earlier? I want you to remember that even though it seems like we can't have a lot of things, the list of things we CAN have is SO much longer then the things we can't!!

Stay strong in Jesus!

All for Jesus!


Sleep in the Shower

Think about this:

1 Corinthians 6:9-10:
 Do you not know that the unrighteous and the wrongdoers will not inherit or have any share in the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived (misled): neither the impure and immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor those who participate in homosexuality, 10Nor cheats (swindlers and thieves), nor greedy graspers, nor drunkards, nor foulmouthed revilers and slanderers, nor extortioners and robbers will inherit or have any share in the kingdom of God.

Remember that thing that you did that made you feel bad, icky, dirty, shameful, gross? (Just in case you can’t remember here is one for you: have you ever told a lie? Even just once? Then by doing so we are unrighteous (because Jesus said not to lie)) so we can all agree that we (at one time or another) have been unrighteous and done wrong. We have all done “bad” things. We fail. We are human. It happens.

 Now let’s go on:

11And such some of you were [once]. But you were washed clean (purified by a complete atonement for sin and made free from the guilt of sin), and you were consecrated (set apart, hallowed), and you were justified [pronounced righteous, by trusting] in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and in the [Holy] Spirit of our God.

I have great news! You and I have been purified!! We have been made clean! (from everything you have ever done wrong!) No matter how “big” or “small” it was. Sin is Sin. All the guilt and shame has been taken away. We no longer are who we were. We no longer do what we did. Because of Jesus we are blameless in his sight! *Big smile*

2 Peter 1:3-4:

3For His divine power has bestowed upon us all things that [are requisite and suited] to life and godliness, through the [[a]full, personal] knowledge of Him Who called us by and to His own glory and excellence (virtue). 4By means of these He has bestowed on us His precious and exceedingly great promises, so that through them you may escape [by flight] from the moral decay (rottenness and corruption) that is in the world because of covetousness (lust and greed), and become sharers (partakers) of the divine nature.

 I have more great news! Not only are we not who we use to be, but Jesus has given us everything that we need to escape ever having to go and be back there again! *Big smile*

Ok so lets be real for a second: (I know what you are thinking.) “I am not perfect, and I will mess up from time to time. So how can I really be pure and holy if the only one that was sinless was Jesus?” Good point. Here is what I have to say to that:

Psalm 37:23-24:

23The steps of a [good] man are directed and established by the Lord when He delights in his way [and He busies Himself with his every step]. 24Though he falls, he shall not be utterly cast down, for the Lord grasps his hand in support and upholds him.

 Or as another translation puts it:

23 If the LORD delights in a man’s way,
he makes his steps firm;
24 though he stumbles, he will not fall,
for the LORD upholds him with his hand.

  So what am I saying? Are we going to be perfect all the time? Nope. (Sorry hate to break it to you. *Big smile*) but that doesn’t mean that we have to be like we were. (Jesus will delight in your way if you are spending time with him ( I will talk more about this in a bit) and doing what he says (trying and striving to be pure and holy like he is) Turn from evil and do good! (Psalm 37:27))

Think about this for a second: Let’s pretend that you are walking down the steps. What is the difference between falling down the steps and stumbling down a step or two?

When you fall down the steps, you lose your balance (for whatever reason, you stepped wrong, you missed a step, you only got part of the step etc) and you fall quickly (and painfully) all the way down the steps. When you stumble down a step or two you start to fall (you lose your balance) but the difference is that you only fall down one or two steps. You don’t fall as far down. Also a natural reflex is to grab the handrail to help you not totally fall and to help re-gain your balance. So you grab the handrail, stop, re-gain your balance, and continue walking down the steps like nothing happened. This is exactly what we should do in our walk with Jesus! When we are walking with Jesus we will stumble (start to fall down the steps, and sometimes fall a step or two) but we don’t have to fall completely down the steps (to where we use to be (to the old us)). So when you start to fall quickly grab the handrail (that is Jesus) and stop, re-gain your balance, and continue to walk down the path Jesus is leading you. (Just like nothing happened!)

Here’s a thought: It only takes one time of falling all the way down the steps to learn your lesson. The next time you go down the steps you are more careful, you grab the handrail, you take it slow (one step at a time) until you gain confidence that you have learned to go down the steps without falling. Then you take them like normal and you don’t even think about it. This is how we should be when getting out of addictions and when facing temptations. We will face different temptations, and it only takes one time of really falling (and that looks different to everyone, and depends on the issue that you are talking about.) to know that you don’t want to do that again. So the next time the temptation comes (and believe me, it will come again) be more careful, grab on to Jesus, take it slow (one step at a time) and you won’t fall. Little by little it will get easier until you have gained confidence in yourself (and Jesus) that you can face this temptation without falling. (Before you know it you will be walking down the steps without a problem) Then you will breeze right by it next time it tries to trip you up.
  • (Remember that you don’t have to do this alone, once you grab on to Jesus, he is always with you and will never leave you. (Deuteronomy 31:8) If you are faithful to him, he will be faithful to you! He will protect you forever! (Psalm 37:28) Just keep asking for help and he will help you! Together you and him can do anything!))
“Ok so what does this have to do with Sleeping or a Shower?” (I am so glad you asked *Big smile*) Here is a question for you: How do we live Righteous and Holy lives? By learning and walking with Jesus. “How do you do that?” (Thanks for asking *Big smile*) This can be done by spending time with Jesus!

Think about this: The average person spends eight hours asleep every night. In a twenty-four hour day, that is one-third of the day sleeping. That is a long time.

What about this: What do you do in the shower? (Don’t think about this to much) You get clean. Now what good would it do you if you got in the shower, and turned around and got right back out? Not much. Why is that? Because to really get clean, you have to spend time in shower getting clean. (It’s a process)

The same thing applies in our spiritual live with Jesus! The more time we spend with Jesus (in worship, prayer, reading our Bible, and just hanging out with Jesus (learning all we can from him and applying it to our lives)) the cleaner we are! (The less we fall, and the more we become like Jesus!)

I don’t know about you, but I want to live a Righteous and Holy life with Jesus (being Pure and Holy as HE is) so I am going to Sleep in the Shower!! I hope you will also!! *Big smile*

All for Jesus!



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