Burning Hearts!

Let’s say thank you to the one who gave His life to us. Jesus has risen from the dead and He is here with us right now. We welcome your presents Lord.

All the scripture is inspired of God but not all scripture is the Gospel, we need to take the water of the word and turn it into wine. Everything in the Old Testament points to ONE, our Lord Jesus. Right after God gave the Ten Commandments God gave a statute and the statute is on a born servant.  Right after Exodus 20 The 10 commandments, Exodus 21 is of a born servant. When a man comes to his seven year he is allowed to go free, but if he loves his master and he choose to remain as a servant he will remain forever in that household.

In Exodus 21 He talks about this born servant, verse2: if thou buy an Hebrew servant, six years he shall serve: and in the seventh he shall go free for nothing. The born servant is nothing more than our Lord Jesus. He came from Heaven manifested in the flesh lived among us and He had a choice He could go back without us He could go free, but because He loves His Master because He loves His Father and because He loves you, He went to the Cross. Jesus represents the servant and Jesus wants to serve you, He wants to wash your feet, He wants to heal you.

This is the Gospel, when Jesus rose from the dead he walked with the two disciples they were depressed they were discourage they were on their way to their hometown away from Jerusalem. (Trip to Emmaus) A divine stranger joining there conversation and says “what is this that you are both talking to each other and are sad?” They said “don’t you know what happened this few days? Are you a stranger in town?” The bible says that the Lord restrained their eyes form seeing who He was. (Luke24:14)

I always thought to myself Lord Jesus why would you not just let it all out? Why did Jesus restrain their eyes? Then Jesus said unto them “O fools and slow of hearts to believe” …..this is the two incitements against the church. We are ignorant or if we know about Him, we are so slow to believe. At the end of the journey when He left them they realized who He was and said to one another “did not our hearts burn within us? While he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

A ministry that unveils Jesus Christ and Minister Christ to the people will have burning hearts, did not our hearts burn?

And then like this the Lord opened my eyes why he restrained their eyes to give us all equal opportunity if they saw Him in the flesh and knew who he was and then thy would knew He is in heaven. No Jesus wanted them to see Him in the scriptures first, that gives us all equal opportunity if we can see Jesus in the scriptures that are the cure to foolishness and slow heart. Even the dispels knew that He was opening the scripture to them The Old Testament they are scripture but not the gospel we need to turn it into the gospel and bring Christ out of it! So that we can have a burning hearts.



Even the very hairs on your head is numbered!

As much as I love my husband and daughter, I have never bothered to count the number of hairs on their heads. I don’t have the time to do so and I doubt I will ever want to.

Every day, your hair drops. Yet, God knows how many hairs are left on your head. And He also knows how many are growing back! He knows because He bothers to count them again. When it comes to you, He always has time for every little thing about you.

So when Jesus said, “But the very hairs of your head are all numbered,” He was not exaggerating. He never exaggerates. He means what He says and He says what He means. So for the Lord to say that the very hairs of your head are all numbered means that He wants you to know that He is very interested in you and has intimate knowledge about you—your body, family, finances, relationships…everything in your life!

He knows the pain you have been having in your body. He is aware of the financial worry which you have been keeping from your family. He sees how your nasty boss is treating you. He understands the hurts you have been keeping in your heart. He hears your heart’s cry for a miracle baby.

Your heavenly Father wants you to know that as long as something concerns you, He does not overlook it, God knows you intimately. He knows every small problem you are worried about and every single burden you have. And when you approach Him for help, He has all the time for you as if no one else exists. That is how valuable you are to Him and how absorbed He is in you!

He wants you to have a relationship with Him, He wants you to talk to Him about your day, your problems and even just to thank Him for what He has done for you.

Remember God says He knows what you want before you ask Him. Pastor Lydia, “why must I ask God if He already knows what I want?” The answer is that God wants to have a relationship with you. He wants you to ask Him like you would ask you parents if you need something.





I AM that I AM

Before I created the Heavens and the earth, I was. When the earth and everything passes away, I will be. I hold the universe together form the smallest Adam to the greatest galaxy; it all is in my hands. The sun is hidden in my shadow, I have set he earth on its foundation and I rest my feet upon it. I stir the oceans water with my finger, and shape the mountains with my breath. I am entire Holy and there are none before me and none like me.

No one can question what I have done or what I will do; my kingdom is eternal and will exist for ever more. I am the ruler over the kings of the earth, I am the Prince of Peace, I am the King of Kings the righteous King, I am the King of the Jews, the King of glory, the king of the ages, the king of heaven and I am the Lord of Lords.

I am the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, I am Yahweh Jireh , I will provide. I am Yahweh Rapha I will heal, I am the most high God your redeemer and savior I am your shield and your strength you defender. I am your everlasting God.

I am the Alfa and the Omega the beginning and the end. Before me there was no other neither shall there be after me. Angels in heaven worship me on my throne and I will share my glory with no one, I am a jealous God. I am the commander of the heavens and before me kingdom crumbles and kneel.

I have come to set the capture free, to strengthen the weak, to heal the lame, to cause the blind to see. I have come to give you life. I have come that you might know me. I have come that you might know my endless mercy grace. My forgiveness knows no boundaries.

In me you have made clean through e you are sanctified.  Death cannot consume me, life cannot outlast me. All knees will bow before me, and every tongue will confess that I am the Lord, that I am the great I am


“If you had known Me, you would have known My Father”

Someone once told me that just because you ask God for something, it does not mean that He will give it to you. Quoting 1 John 5:14–15, he said that we first have to ask according to His will before He hears and gives us what we ask of Him.

Of course, we do not ask for things that are against God’s will or Word. But what is normally implied in the earlier statement is that we don’t always know what God’s will for us is—“what will be, will be”. But didn’t Jesus say, “He who has seen Me has seen the Father”? (John 14:9) This means that if you want to know what the Father’s will, mind, heart or attitude toward you and your family is, just look at Jesus in the Gospel stories.

So if your child is sick, is it God’s will to heal him? Well, look at Jesus and see how He ministered to children who were sick—the Syro-Phoenician’s daughter who was demon-possessed (Mark 7:24–30), Jairus’ daughter who was dead (Mark 5:22–24, 35–43), and the widow of Nain’s only son who had died and was about to be buried. (Luke 7:12–15) Jesus cast out the demon. He raised the dead. He healed them all!

Don’t say, “We can never know God’s will. Sometimes He heals, sometimes He doesn’t. He may bless us, but He may also take away our blessings.” The Jesus of the Bible never made anyone sick. He never made anyone poor. He made the little become much with 12 baskets full of leftovers. (Matthew 14:20) He gave a net-breaking, boat-sinking load of fish to fishermen. (Luke 5:6–7)

The Jesus of the Bible loves to heal, deliver, prosper and save people. This Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever. He is the Alfa and Omega (Hebrews 13:8) And He says to you today, “If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also; and from now on you know Him and have seen Him.” So you can know God’s will for you. You can see what He will do for you when you know the Jesus of the Bible and what He did.

Start to read the gospels of Mark, Matthew and John and you will start to see who Jesus is. This will make it easy for you to start to learn Gods heart.

The same power that raised  Jesus form a borrowed grave is alive and active in you, you need to take up your authority and use what God has already put inside of you.

I am the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob I will never leave you nor forsake you.




Today is a good day to know that you’ve already got it!

Living in a fallen world, it’s just a matter of time before we face a challenge. Even if we’re doing our best to live holy, challenges will come. That’s exactly what happened to David when Goliath

You know the story: Boy accepts challenge to fight a giant. (This is timeless stuff here.) Goliath yells at young David, “Come over here and I’ll give your flesh to the birds and wild animals” (1 Sam. 17:44, )

What would you do if someone or something challenged you like that? What if a cancer, a big financial crisis, or an anxiety attack “ you?

David’s reaction to this challenge placed him in the faith hall of fame (Heb. 11). He didn’t buck the challenge; instead, he accepted it and yelled back at his enemy:

“Today [not tomorrow] the Lord will conquer you, and I will kill you and cut off your head; and then I will give the dead bodies of your men to the birds and wild animals, and the whole world will know that there is a God in Israel!”

1 Samuel 17:46

What gave David such boldness? He looked at what he already had: a sling, five stones, a shepherd’s bag . . . and a covenant with the God of Israel. He knew that covenant alone was enough to give him the victory.

“There’s still a fight. But the fight is to stand in the victory that God has already purchased for you—not to go out and win one. There’s a big difference! . . . You need to believe that you’re already blessed. (Eph. 1:3.) God has already given you healing, wisdom, revelation, prosperity, joy, peace—everything that you’ll ever need! . . . You are—right now in your spirit—identical to Jesus. (1 John 4:17; 1 Cor. 6:17.)

The same power that raised Christ from the dead now lives inside of you. (Eph. 1:19, 20.) It’s infinitely easier to release something you know and believe you already have than it is to try and go get something you don’t.” (pp. 14-16)

Maybe you already know these truths. But if you feel stuck in some area of your life, it could be that you have heard the threats of the Enemy for so long that you are running and not standing. If that’s the case, stop! Don’t let the threats intimidate you any longer. Reach into your shepherd’s bag and recognize what you already have. You have a covenant with Almighty God (Lev. 26:9), you have the spirit of Christ in you (1 John 4:17), you have the Word of God (Eph. 6:17), and you have seed to sow (Eccl. 11:6).

Don’t be discouraged. Turn back the dare on your Enemy and yell at him. Say, “Today—not tomorrow—the Lord will conquer you. I will destroy you. I will be free from you, and the whole world will know that my God
is alive!”

When you take your stand, God can take care of the rest. Remember that you are not alone. Jesus is with you.

Today is a good day to know that you’ve already got it!




The Christian life is not a playground it is a battleground. So today I will give no place to fear or failure. I will not accept negativity in my attitude or actions; I will reject complacency and embrace the greatness that God has planted inside of me. I will waist no opportunity to glorify God I will maximize everything He has entrusted to me, I WILL FIGHT! My battle is not against flesh and blood but against the spiritual enemy who opposes me, I will draw the battle line and face my enemy with all determination. My enemy fights against me because he fears me every time I resist him he must flee and every time he reminds me of my past I will remind him of his future. I will make no excuses but through every obstacle I will find a way, I will not waiver when I am weak, I will not coward  when my circumstances turns for the worst because greater is He that is in me than He that is in the world, I WILL FIGHT
Even if I lose the battle I will win the war because I am more than a conquer through Him who loves me. I will reject the lies that eco in my mind telling me that I don’t have what it takes that my best is behind me my God always causes me to triumph through Jesus Christ my Lord, I WILL FIGHT.

I am unashamed to represent a Kingdom that is unshakable, no one will be able to stand against Gods plan for me all the days of my life, with my God I will stand against every truth with His help I will scale every wall though my enemy surround me, my God surrounds my enemies when they come at me one way they will flee seven ways because no weapon formed against me shall prosper and every evil thing that rises against me I will contemn I WILL FIGHT!

My heart is steadfast my purpose is immovable I am always abounding in the work of the Lord.  My potential is unlimited because the limitless God lives within me, I WILL FIGHT

The cross is before me, the world is behind me I will never turn back I will never give up I will never stop short I will press towards the price that is already mine for I am pros waded  not death nor life nor angels nor power nor things present nor things to come nor high nor death nor anything else in all creation shall be able to separate me from my God.

And if my God is for me WHO SHALL BE AGAINST ME?



Jesus in the Psalms.

Today we’re exploring how Jesus makes the Aleph section (Ps 119:1–8) so much better.

Reading a passage like this probably sends off all manner of alarms. “But how can I keep the law?” “Wait, how do I make sure I’m on the right side of those judgments?”

Good news: the gospel of Jesus makes this psalm even better.

One of the main things we learn from the Law of Moses is that nobody can keep it. The apostle James says that even if someone keeps the whole law and then slips up once, he’s guilty of breaking the whole thing (Ja 2:10).

And as for doing no unrighteousness, Paul and David say it’s a standard we can’t meet (Ps 14:2–3; Ro 3:9–18).

There is none righteous, not even one;
There is none who understands,
There is none who seeks God.

But if we can’t keep the law, that makes it difficult to go along with this psalm. How am I supposed to be one of those “blessed” (happy) people who keeps God’s ordinances?

Thanks be to God: Jesus kept the law, but took our punishment for breaking it. Because of Jesus’ sacrifice, we can give thanks for God’s judgments all the more (Ps 119:7).

Thank you Jesus for taking my place so that I can stand righteous before God. Thank you God for giving your Son Jesus to die in my place. Thank you Jesus for your blood that cleanse me form all sickness.  Jesus the perfect sacrifice !

Yod Hey Vav Hey

Pay attention to what you say!

If we want to start seeing the power of God manifest in our lives, we will have to start paying attention to what we say. Words have power—more than any of us realize, but we often speak them as though they are meaningless. Because of that, most believers at one time or another have been hung by their tongue.

Matthew 12:36-37 says,

“But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.”

“Every idle word” simply means nonproductive. These are words that you speak but don’t believe. For example, you might say, “I’m dying to see my grandchildren.” You really don’t mean you’re dying, but you say it anyway to emphasize the importance of the relationship.

Every time you say things that you don’t really mean, it begins to numb your heart. Unconsciously, each idle word is making it just a little bit harder to believe what you say will actually come to pass when you mean it and it really counts.

Jesus certainly understood the power of words, and He used them to change the natural things around him.

Mark 11:13-14 and 20-24 say,

“And seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves, he came, if haply he might find any thing thereon: and when he came to it, he found nothing but leaves; for the time of figs was not yet. And Jesus answered and said unto it, No man eat fruit of thee hereafter for ever. And his disciples heard it…. And in the morning, as they passed by, they saw the fig tree dried up from the roots. And Peter calling to remembrance saith unto him, Master, behold, the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away. And Jesus answering saith unto them, Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.”

I can almost hear the inflections in Peter’s voice when he said, “The fig tree You cursed is withered away.” I am sure it communicated surprise and disbelief. And when Jesus replied to Peter, it probably was not in a monotone voice. It was more like, “PETER! WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU?” Jesus was amazed at his unbelief. He was saying, “It shouldn’t shock you to see this tree withered. Have faith in God.”

Then He went on to explain that this wasn’t limited to a fig tree. He used a mountain as an example, but I believe it could apply to anything. He was making the point that if we say it with our mouths and believe it in our hearts, we can have what we say.

He also made it very clear who qualified to use words in this way: He said, “whosoever shall say.” Are you a whosoever? Because if you are and if you’re breathing, then you’re qualified, and your words can affect the natural as well as the spiritual world.

Jesus used the word “say” or “saith” three times in verse 23. He was making it clear that words have power. But He also said to have faith in God. The words that have power are words that are filled with faith. And it’s important to understand that the faith they’re filled with is not your human faith.

Galatians 2:20 says,

“I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.”

I’m aware that the NIV says faith in the son of God.” But when you study this out, it becomes very clear that it is talking about the very faith of God that He placed in you when you were born again. In fact, you can’t even be born again by your own faith. Romans 10:17 say that faith comes by the Word, and 1 Peter 1:23 says you are born again by the Word of God.

If you can’t even believe for salvation with our human faith, how could we possible use it for other things like healing or prosperity? It’s super important that you understand this. If you don’t know this, you will always be looking to others to pray for you. You’ll always think that they have more faith than you do, and because of that, God will act on your behalf when they pray. That’s wrong, and it’s the reason many Christians are looking to man instead of God for their answers.

Romans 12:3 says“For I say, through the grace given unto me, to every man that is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think soberly, according as God hath dealt to every man the measure of faith” (underline mine).

Think of it like using a ladle to dish up soup. If you used the same ladle every time—and God did—every person will get the same amount of soup. It’s the measure of soup. You have the measure of faith. No born-again believer has more faith than any other; some just do a better job of appropriating what they have been given.

Hebrews 11:1 says, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” And verse 3 says, “Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.”

This scripture is not symbolic; God actually created everything with words. He spoke creation into existence, and the substance of His faith manifested into what we can now see. The Word of God has unlimited power. Each word is like a little capsule filled with faith waiting for us believers to release it in our hearts and speak it with our mouths.

Everything we see was created by words, and it is the very Word of God that holds the universe together (Heb. 1:3). Therefore, everything we see will respond to faith-filled words. They have to respond because words are the parent force.

Proverbs 23:7 says that as you think in your heart, so are you, and Luke 6:45 says that what you speak comes from the abundance of your heart. In other words, the way that you think controls the way that you talk. And if you understand that your words have power, then you understand why you can be hung by your tongue.

The only reason every one of us isn’t dead from the many idle words we have spoken is because we haven’t believed every word with our hearts. Thank God that our words have to be mixed with faith and that we have to believe them from our hearts. But this should help us see a powerful truth. If we believe we are going to be sick or if we believe that we will always be poor, and then confess that with our mouths, we will get what we believe.

On the other hand, what happens when we take the faith-filled words of God and plant them in our hearts where they can take root and grow? Everything changes—no longer are we just saying “I believe that I’m healed” or “I am prosperous,” but we believe it and the faith of God is then released through those words.

Proverbs 18:21 reads, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.”

It not only says life but death as well. It’s sad to say, but most of the words being communicated today are negative words—words that do not bring about abundant life but cause more problems.


Fear Not! For I am with you….

Psalm 91-  Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High
will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.[a]

Darkness shall cover the earth, and deep darkness the people. But I have good news for you, Good news of the promises in God’s Word that will fortify you and equip you during these times. Good news of His protection and His favor upon you.

Good news that declares that you are in this world, but not of this world! Isaiah 60:2 does not end with deep darkness. It goes on to declare this: But the Lord will arise over you, and His glory will be seen upon you. The darker the world becomes, the brighter YOU will shine. As gloom and despair cover the earth, your light will become increasingly radiant. You will be His beacon of grace and glory in the midst of deep darkness.

The world will see you walking in the fullness of the Lord’s blessings and favor, and wonder how you and your household could be protected from the destruction and chaos all around. You may be familiar with the Old Testament story of Daniel’s friends, who were thrown into a fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to the golden idol of King Nebuchadnezzar. The king, his governors, and his counselors all witnessed for themselves how the fire had no power over the three Hebrew boys. Not a single strand of their hair was singed nor were their garments scorched.

In fact, they walked away from the furnace without so much as the smell of smoke or fire on them! Beloved, I want you to picture Daniel’s friends walking out of that fiery furnace, completely unharmed. That’s a picture of you and me today.

In Christ, we are in this world, but we are not of this world. Even when thrown into the most extreme and challenging circumstances, we can walk out unharmed. The same Lord Jesus who stood with Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the furnace stands with you today! The darkness is real. The fire is real. The dangers in this world are certainly real, but His promise that you can live protected and untouched can be an even greater reality in your life. That is why I wrote this article. The Word of God tells us that fear involves torment. Our Father in heaven doesn’t want any of His beloved children tormented by fear. His Word tells us, “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear” (1 John 4:18). I particularly like how the Amplified Bible says it: There is no fear in love [dread does not exist], but full-grown (complete, perfect) love turns fear out of doors and expels every trace of terror! I wrote this because I want you anchored in His protective love for you. I want every trace of fear to be expelled from your heart. Perhaps terrorism, wars, and calamities do not weigh your heart down, but fears of more immediate circumstances do. Fear of losing your job as rumors of retrenchments and job cuts.

Pray and ask the Lord to remove fear out of your life as fear is a spirit,

2 Timothy 1:7

“For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.”

Fear that bodily symptoms you have been experiencing could develop into something sinister. Fear that your children could somehow get into trouble and be hurt. Whatever fear it is that grips your heart, I have so much that I want to share with you that I know will garrison your heart. You are not a hapless bystander who has no choice but to live in fear. No, you are set apart by your heavenly Abba. You are His beloved, and He who watches over you never slumbers or sleeps (see Ps. 121:4)! And yet, we cannot take His protection for granted. This is why I want to show you how you can pray the prayer of protection found in Psalm 91. Together, let us uncover what the Bible says about divine protection and learn faith-building truths that I know will strengthen you.

I want you to be encouraged by amazing So the very first thing that God wants you to do to enjoy His protection is to rest. His protection, peace, love, and other blessings flow in your life when you are in a place of rest. Let’s camp on the word dwell just a little more. Let’s meditate on what it means to rest or “sit down.” The Bible says that we are seated with Christ at God’s right hand (see Eph. 2:6, Heb. 1:3). The word “seated” is beautiful—it means that you are no longer standing and working. Under the old covenant, the priest had to offer the morning sacrifice at 9 a.m., and then remain standing for six hours until after the evening sacrifice at 3 p.m. Our Lord Jesus was crucified at 9 a.m. and He hung on the cross for six hours until He died at 3 p.m., thus fulfilling the type of both the morning and evening sacrifices (see Heb. 10:11–12). Because Jesus became the final sacrifice, the work of the priest is done and he no longer has to stand. Because our Lord cried, “It is finished!” at Calvary (John 19:30), we are today seated in Christ (see Eph. 2:6). We can dwell in the secret place of the Most High—a place of peace, safety, and security—because the blood of our Lord Jesus has paid for every blessing of protection in Psalm 91!

The Secret Place 5 We can dwell in the secret place of the Most High— a place of peace, safety, and security—because of the blood of Jesus. Now, because of the completed work of our Lord Jesus, we can have free access into the presence of our Elyon, the Most High. We can abide under the shadow of the Almighty or Shaddai. These two Hebrew names of God—Elyon and Shaddai—in the first verse of Psalm 91 alone help to put our problems in perspective, don’t they? In and of ourselves, our present challenges may appear insurmountable. But when we are resting in the presence of El Elyon—God Most High, the possessor of heaven and earth (see Gen. 14:19)— and abiding under the shadow of El Shaddai—God Almighty, the all-sufficient One—all of a sudden, our adversities don’t seem so intimidating after all!

Isaiah 41:10 – Fear thou not; for I [am] with thee: be not dismayed; for I [am] thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.

My prayer for you is that your perspective of God will be enlarged by the power of His living Word. Whether you are dealing with a difficult financial situation, a sleep disorder, or plagued by depressive or even suicidal thoughts, my desire is for you to discover a God who loves you, and whose strong hands of protection are over your entire life. His divine protection, it covers every area that concerns you.

You see, a believer doesn’t fall in and out of righteousness. Our righteousness today is a gift from our Lord Jesus Christ (see Rom. 5:17). This means that even though we may fail from time to time because we are imperfect human beings, we are still in Christ our ark and do not forfeit His blessings of protection. Now, in case you are wondering, does this make someone want to live recklessly? Certainly not! I believe that knowing you are righteous in Christ makes you live responsibly and in honor to the Lord (see Rom. 6:10–14). The revelation of our righteousness in Christ produces righteous living (see Titus 2:11–12 The more we remind ourselves of the Lord’s protection daily, the more our faith in His protection will grow. Faith comes from “hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ” (Rom. 10:17). The more we hear, the more we believe! The more we claim and pray the prayer of protection, the more we will The Secret Place The more you believe, the more you will experience deliverance from trouble after trouble until you come to the place of “in seven,” where no evil will touch you. Amen!

While we live in dangerous times, we have an almighty God who watches over us. Deliverance from trouble is fantastic, but there is a promise that is even greater, and that is when you are at that place where “no evil shall touch you.” That’s my prayer for you and your loved ones.

2 Timothy 1:7

“For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” 


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