from Got Questions:

Many people ask, “Is there a prayer I can pray that will guarantee my salvation?” It is important to remember that salvation is not received by reciting a prayer or uttering certain words. The Bible nowhere records a person’s receiving salvation by a prayer. Saying a prayer is not the biblical way of salvation.

The biblical method of salvation is faith in Jesus Christ. John 3:16 tells us, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” Salvation is gained by faith (Ephesians 2:8), by receiving Jesus as Savior (John 1:12), and by fully trusting Jesus alone (John 14:6; Acts 4:12), not by reciting a prayer.

The biblical message of salvation is simple and clear and amazing at the same time. We have all committed sin against God (Romans 3:23). Other than Jesus Christ, there is no one who has lived an entire life without sinning (Ecclesiastes 7:20). Because of our sin, we have earned judgment from God (Romans 6:23), and that judgment is physical death followed by spiritual death. Because of our sin and its deserved punishment, there is nothing we can do on our own to make ourselves right with God. As a result of His love for us, God became a human being in the Person of Jesus Christ. Jesus lived a perfect life and always taught the truth. However, humanity rejected Jesus and put Him to death by crucifying Him. Through that horrible act, though, Jesus died in our place. Jesus took the burden and judgment of sin on Himself, and He died in our place (2 Corinthians 5:21). Jesus was then resurrected (1 Corinthians 15), proving that His payment for sin was sufficient and that He had overcome sin and death. As a result of Jesus’ sacrifice, God offers us salvation as a gift. God calls us all to change our minds about Jesus (Acts 17:30) and to receive Him as the full payment of our sins (1 John 2:2). Salvation is gained by receiving the gift God offers us, not by praying a prayer.

Now, that does not mean prayer cannot be involved in receiving salvation. If you understand the gospel, believe it to be true, and have accepted Jesus as your salvation, it is good and appropriate to express that faith to God in prayer. Communicating with God through prayer can be a way to progress from accepting facts about Jesus to fully trusting in Him as Savior. Prayer can be connected to the act of placing your faith in Jesus alone for salvation.

Again, though, it is crucially important that you do not base your salvation on having said a prayer. Reciting a prayer cannot save you! If you want to receive the salvation that is available through Jesus, place your faith in Him. Fully trust His death as the sufficient sacrifice for your sins. Completely rely on Him alone as your Savior. That is the biblical method of salvation. If you have received Jesus as your Savior, by all means, say a prayer to God. Tell God how thankful you are for Jesus. Offer praise to God for His love and sacrifice. Thank Jesus for dying for your sins and providing salvation for you. That is the biblical connection between salvation and prayer.

it’s called removing the Offense of the Cross!

“Dear brothers and sisters, if I were still preaching that you must be circumcised–as some say I do–why am I still being persecuted? If I were no longer preaching salvation through the cross of Christ, no one would be offended.” Galatians 5:11

from Jihad Watch:

Bishop Eva Brunne has proposed to remove the Christian symbols of the Seamen’s Church in Freeport to make it more inviting for visiting sailors from other religions.

The bishop wants to temporarily make the Seamen’s Church available to all, for example by marking the direction of Mecca and removing Christian symbols, as is already done in common prayer rooms at airports and in some hospital chapel.

“Making a room available for people of other faiths does not mean that we are not defenders of our own faith. Priests are called to proclaim Christ. We do that every day and in every meeting with people. But that does not mean that we are stingy toward people of other faiths,” writes Bishop Eva Brunne…

Has aroused protests

The proposal has triggered protests. Patrik Pettersson, priest of the Oscars parish in Stockholm, thinks that the proposal is noteworthy and writes on his blog:

“The church chapel can not reasonably be equated with prayer rooms at airports and hospital chapels anyway. The Christian churches and chapels are not public areas at any time.”

And Seamen’s Mission Director Kiki Wetterberg does not agree with the bishop.

“I have no problem with Muslim or Hindu sailors coming here and praying. But I believe that we are a Christian church, so we keep the symbols. If I visit a mosque, I do not ask them to take down their symbols. It’s my choice to go in there,” she says to the newspaper Dagen.

“Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men” Mark 7:7

The above verse from Mark 7:7 became very real for me, when my wife and I took a trip to Israel in 2007. We visited a ruined village from the 1st century A.D. a village that Jesus had visited and preached in, there was a synagogue that had been uncovered, it had been destroyed after the Jewish revolt of 66 AD to 70 AD.

What was so surprising about the Synagogue ruins was the amount of pagan iconography that hat been carved into the stone work of the Synagogue, and the pagan iconography mixed with Biblical scenes in the floor mosaics.

Upon later personal research it became clear that the Jews of Jesus day had not only been blinded by the Traditions of their Elders they had also been blinded by the constant mixing of Biblical Truth with pagan ideologies, philosophies, and fables from the many cultures around them.

Which brings me back to our current time.The internet has been both a blessing in that it has made available to every person who has access to a search engine, vast amounts of knowledge, knowledge that was unattainable in any past generation.

But it unfortunately has also allowed people to have access to and also to spread false belief systems, conspiracy theories, and quack knowledge spread by self appointed “sages”

It has also given a voice and platform to every person who wants to express an opinion!

In the more than decade long existence of this website I have come across hundreds if not thousands of individuals who claim to be Christian but who also are weighed down and blinded by fables, traditions, conspiracy theories, and supposed new “knowledge” from some self professed sage etc. These people hold onto these, as strongly or stronger than they do their Biblical beliefs.

In these new fables, rehashed traditions, theories, and new “knowledge” which extend or reinterpret the Bible what I have found is that people hold on to them because in many ways they tickle or rationalize what these people are hearing in their every day life, things that are made commonplace by the society around them. Things these people have accepted into their life, and this makes it easier or more comfortable to ascribe to them as they dovetail into the life that they wish to lead!, instead of holding out against them.

God’s Word especially the New Testament is FILLED with examples of how God’s word was twisted, turned, and had the pagan Greek, & Roman philosophical ideas of the day added to it.

It was not only the Jews who had strayed far from God’s truth by adding “The Traditions” and “Commandments” of men to God’s truth that had been handed down to them verbally, thus blinding them.

The new Christian churches that had been established by the Apostles, and disciples of the Apostles also fell victim to this.

The book of Colossians is a very good example where the Apostle Paul wrote to a church established by Epaphras, a disciple of Paul, to exhort them to not let Greek philosophy, or Jewish legalism and mysticism blind them to the Truth that Epaphras had witnessed to them.

These false teachings at Colosse had undercut the major doctrines of Christianity, not least the deity, absolute lordship, and sufficiency of Christ.

Because we live in an age of religious pluralism and syncretism, along with a society that values individual expression above all else, sadly the majority of Christians think it is not only ok, but their RIGHT to pick and choose which parts of God’s word they will accept and which parts they will reject, and what non-Biblical philosophies and ideas they will add to their belief systems, and thus the primacy, sufficiency, and absolute transforming power of God’s word is undermined, and diminished.

The apostles, and later missionaries did not sacrifice their lives to spread the Gospel, because it provided good suggestions for living! They sacrificed their lives because the pure written word of God, acceptance of it, and living it has the transforming power of the Holy Spirit within it!

Most Churches today are weak, filled with people of weak faith, places where the transforming power of the Holy Spirit is not active, and why? It is because the people in these churches have ascribed to and added false teachings, and beliefs into their lives. They want God to move, but they want God to move according to what they want and according to what they have added to it!

They sadly do not want to live surrendered to Christ! And the only way they can live surrendered to Christ is to know, and understand his written word, and live in the way that Christ asks them to live!

Paul said of the Jews:

“For I bear them record that they have a zeal of God, but not according to knowledge” Romans 10:2

They were zealous in their beliefs, but their beliefs had no true knowledge of God because they had allowed false beliefs to enter in, and it blinded them! And that is the case for most Christians today.

God Bless!

from John Muncy:


We’ve all heard by now that Chris Harper Mercer asked his victims what religion they were and if they said, “Christian”, he shot them in the head. All day today, many have posted here on FB, asking if they would die for their faith. It’s great to contemplate, for hundreds of millions have died for their faith in Christ in the last 2,000 years. And it’s a worthy question to ask.

HOWEVER, I THINK I CAN MAKE IT REALLY EASY FOR YOU TO BE ABLE TO HONESTLY ANSWER, “Would you be willing to lay down your life for Christ?” (You can answer it by answering a few other simple questions…)

One way to check if you could honestly lay down your life for Christ is to simply ask yourself, “AM I LAYING DOWN MY LIFE FOR CHRIST RIGHT NOW, TODAY?”

To take a bullet to the head and lay down your life for Christ might sound simple, but are you honestly laying down your life for Christ from day to day, right now? LET’S GET REAL – let’s ask it a different way…

Are you laying down your TELEVISION for Christ?
Are you laying down your MUSIC for Christ?
Are you laying down ANYTHING for Christ?

I know people who think they would lay down their life for Christ, but they can’t even lay down their ENTERTAINMENT for Christ! People often think they would die for Christ, but they can’t even give up their R-rated movies!

So many believers are ashamed of Christ – they never witness for Christ or speak up for Him, or openly proclaim Him – and yet they really think they would die for Him. How could you be willing to die for something that you find difficult to live for?

Some people are horrified at the thought that they might have to give up their secular music to follow Jesus more closely!

They are offended at the thought that being a Christian might mean they shouldn’t go to certain movies because of the standard of holiness that a believer should maintain.

There are people who actually scoff at the thought of giving up television for several days to have a time of separation (a spiritual fast) from their addiction to television.

These people can’t even give up their television, much less their lives!


Nope, that’s not what I’m saying. I’m not saying you have to give up your music, movies, or TV to follow Jesus – I’m saying you have to GIVE UP EVERYTHING TO FOLLOW JESUS!

Luke 14:33
“So likewise, whosoever he be of you THAT FORSAKETH NOT ALL THAT HE HATH, HE CANNOT BE MY DISCIPLE.”

This sounds so foreign to the average American Christian. That’s because we have been taught so long in the “easy-believism” Christianity that all you have to do is let “poor little Jesus” into your heart, because He’s out there with no friend – won’t you let “poor little Jesus” come into your heart? He’s cold…

The idea today is that Jesus can complete your set of things to occupy your time. He’s great on Sunday morning! He kinda makes the weekend end on a positive note – one quick hour of Jesus at Church – boy, you’re ready for a great week of fun and excitement! They thought that making Jesus LORD OF YOUR LIFE doesn’t seem to click with most people today. I just need Jesus to be my “fire escape” in case I die, but to say that you actually “LIVE FOR JESUS” – well, that’s not that fun, that’s for those fanatical people.


If not, then why are you living for it? Would you lay down your life for your TV? If a man walks into your house and puts a gun to your head and says, “Give me your brand new big screen TV or I’m gonna blow your brains out.” Would there be any hesitation to your response? Would you say, “Well, let me think about it?” NO!!!! You would be more than willing to let him take your TV! You won’t die for your TV! Then, the logical question would be, “Then why are you living for it?”

Why does it take up so much of your time and attention, your money and effort? Why are you so “into” your TV shows? Why waste so many HOURS every week sitting in front of it, while it steals the free time of your life? Why would you waste some much of your life living for your TV?

If someone put a gun to your head and said, “Give me all your music or I’m going to shoot you in the head.”, would you stand there and delay a response? Is YOUR music so important that you would DIE for your music collection?? If not, then why would you WASTE your life filling your mind and heart with your music than will mean NOTHING to you 100 years from now?

Are these things SO IMPORTANT that you can’t let them go? So, all those secular songs that fill your mind, week after week; that do NOTHING to bring you closer to Christ, are you going to keep allowing them to preoccupy your time from Christ and His Word? Are you one of those Christians that can’t even give up your love for secular music to follow Jesus more faithfully and deeper?


Simon Peter told Jesus that he would NEVER deny Him! He claimed he would “die” before he would deny Jesus. A few hours later, Peter was cursing and swearing that he didn’t even know Jesus! (Well, maybe he really didn’t.) Maybe his relationship was so superficial, it only took a young lady questioning him in front of others to make him lose his backbone. Peter had a great testimony, but he had a lousy prayer life – so lousy, he fell asleep during the one hour night of prayer in the garden. He sure could brag about his devotion to Jesus, but his spiritual life didn’t match his promises!

Too many of us are great at saying we would never openly deny Jesus, but we rarely ever openly proclaim Him! We are afraid we might offend someone if we witnessed to them or prayed over our meal in front of somebody – and yet we think that if that person would tell us to shut up about Jesus or get a bullet to the head that we would be real bold then. NOT SO MUCH, FRIEND!!!!

Time to get some practice in on “laying down your life”, just in case you ever have to actually “lay down your life” for Christ!

THINK ABOUT IT! – John Muncy

Matthew 16:25
“For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it.”

Everyone in the U.S. have their eyes glued to the tragedy in Oregon. Where it would seem a Muslim convert executed nine Christians! That event is a very loud signal to Christians in the U.S. to WAKE UP! God is telling them, the clock is ticking down and your redemption is drawing near! ARE YOU READY?

Many Christians of today believe that their exit from this world will be via a cushy ride up in the rapture. How many of us are prepared to have our faith tested in the most extreme way imaginable?

I truly believe that God at the moment that those people were asked if they were a Christian, instilled in them a supernatural faith via the Holy Spirit just as the Christians who were thrown to the Lions in the Roman Coliseum! To be a witness and message to Christians today to WAKE UP! PREPARE YOURSELF!

Now on the happenings in the Middle East:

Pieces of a puzzle would seem to be coming together, as the U.S. winds down its role in the Middle East, Russia is expanding it’s role. It was already allied with Iran, and has assisted Iran with not only military weapons and expertise but also assisted Iran in its international political goals as they dovetailed with Russia’s.

Then Russia put military forces in Syria, and now it is getting access to put military forces in Iraq. And China is sending forces to assist Russia in Syria!

Anyone see the picture that is beginning to unfold?:  Israel’s last battle in the Last Days

Many may wonder where the U.S. fits into all of this, if the U.S. may be drawn into a conflict with Russia in the Middle East?

The west may not need to be dealt with Militarily. All international trade in Oil is carried out in U.S. Dollars.During WWII Roosevelt paid a visit to Saudi Arabia, and its first king Ibn Saud. Roosevelt convinced Ibn Saud not to supply Germany and its Axis Allies with oil and instead supply the U.S. and its allies with oil for the war, and in exchange the U.S. would militarily protect Saudi Arabia. And since then the U.S. has been the protector of Middle Eastern Oil producers. This extended to all Middle Eastern oil being traded internationally in U.S. Dollars. This gave the U.S. the position of being the worlds Financial center and allowed the U.S. to print money at will as there was always an international demand for dollars. With the U.S. seeming to exit the Middle East and Russia & possibly China taking over, this could mean the end of the arrangement of Middle Eastern oil being traded in U.S. Dollars. Iran for years has wanted to set up an alterntive international oil exchange in Tehran, and oil traded in a basket of international currencies instead of the dollar.

This has a serious and fundamental impact to the U.S. If the U.S. dollar is no longer used in International trade, it means the U.S. will lose its place as the leader of the global financial system, it would also mean that the U.S. could no longer run huge budget deficits, it means the U.S. government could no longer shovel money into the U.S. Economy to keep it on life support. It would mean an economic contraction in the U.S. like none of us have ever experienced! And the impact to our military would be huge! It would mean that we could no longer afford to field a large military! We would be taken out of the picture in the Middle East!

If you can remember back in History Great Britain was the greatest world power up to WWII. But when WWII began its economy collapsed, as it was heavily indebted and therefore did not have the ability to field a large enough military to defeat Germany, and in stepped the U.S. the rising power, it became the bank to all the countries fighting Germany. If a major war broke out in the Middle East today, The U.S. would be in the same position as Great Britain prior to WWII, we are broke! Who would rescue us?

It is time to awaken from your slumber Christians! God’s Clock is ticking down to midnight, fill your lamps with oil! And be ready for the coming darkness!

From Debka:

Russia’s military intervention in Syria has expanded radically in two directions.DEBKAfile’s military and intelligence sources report that China sent word to Moscow Friday, Oct. 2, that J-15 fighter bombers would shortly join the Russian air campaign that was launched Wednesday, Sept. 30. Baghdad has moreover offered Moscow an air base for targeting the Islamic State now occupying large swathes of Iraqi territory

Russia’s military intervention in Syria has five additional participants: China, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Hizballah.

The J-15 warplanes will take off from the Chinese Liaoning-CV-16 aircraft carrier, which reached Syrian shores on Sept. 26 (as DEBKAfile exclusively reported at the time). This will be a landmark event for Beijing: its first military operation in the Middle East as well the carrier’s first taste of action in conditions of real combat.

Thursday night, China’s foreign minister Wang Yi, made this comment on the Syrian crisis at a UN Security Council session in New York: “The world cannot afford to stand by and look on with folded arms, but must also not arbitrarily interfere (in the crisis).”

A no less significant development occurred at about the same time when Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, speaking to the US PBS NewsHour, said he would welcome a deployment of Russian troops to Iraq to fight ISIS forces in his country too. As an added incentive, he noted that this would also give Moscow the chance to deal with the 2,500 Chechen Muslims whom, he said, are fighting with ISIS in Iraq.

DEBKAfile’s military sources add that Al-Abadi’s words came against the backdrop of two events closely related to Russia’s expanding role in the war arena:

1.  A joint Russian-Iranian-Syrian-Iraqi war room has been working since last week out of the Iraqi Defense Ministry and military staff headquarters in Baghdad to coordinate the passage of Russian and Iranian airlifts to Syria and also Russian air raids. This command center is also organizing the transfer of Iranian and pro-Iranian Shiite forces into Syria.

2.  Baghdad and Moscow have just concluded a deal for the Russian air force to start using the Al Taqaddum Air Base at Habbaniyah, 74 km west of Baghdad, both as a way station for the Russian air corridor to Syria and as a launching-pad for bombing missions against ISIS forces and infrastructure in northern Iraq and northern Syria.

Russia has thus gained a military enclave in Iraq, just as it has in Syria, where it has taken over a base outside Latakia on the western coast of Syria. At the same time, the Habbaniyah air base also serves US forces operating in Iraq, which number an estimated 5,000.

This statement from the Pope basically lays out why the Roman Catholic Church could never be mistaken as a genuine expression of the Christian Faith! The Pope is basically saying that God cannot operate via his own will and work through people independent of the Roman Catholic Church!

To say that God would hand his will and his Divine guidance over to a man made organization and then ALLOW that man made organization to reinterpret God however that man made organization chooses is a clear refutation of every word in the Bible!

Jesus own words give direct examples of how man made organizations twist, turn and redefine Truth to fit their own goals and agendas and those always end up being contrary to God’s Truth and rejecting God’s guidance!

“Pope Francis described as “dangerous” the temptation to believe that one can have “a personal, direct, immediate relationship with Jesus Christ without communion with and the mediation of the church.”

From National Catholic Reporter:

VATICAN CITY- Christians are not made in a laboratory, but in a community called the church, Pope Francis said.

At his weekly general audience Wednesday, Pope Francis continued his series of audience talks about the church, telling an estimated 33,000 people that there is no such thing as “do-it-yourself” Christians or “free agents” when it comes to faith.

Every Christian, he said, can trace his or her faith back to parents, grandparents, teachers or friends. “I always remember the nun who taught me catechism. I know she’s in heaven because she was a holy woman,” he said.

In the Old Testament, the pope said, God called Abraham and began to form a people that would become a blessing for the world. “With great patience — and God has a lot of it — he prepared the people of the ancient covenant and in Jesus Christ constituted them as a sign and instrument of the union of humanity with God and unity with one another.”

Pope Francis described as “dangerous” the temptation to believe that one can have “a personal, direct, immediate relationship with Jesus Christ without communion with and the mediation of the church.”

Obviously, he said, it is not always easy to walk the path of faith with other people. “Sometimes it’s tiring. It can happen that a brother or sister creates problems for us or scandalizes us, but the Lord entrusted his message of salvation to human beings, to us, to witnesses,” he said.

“It is through our brothers and sisters with their gifts and their limits,” the pope said, “that he comes to us and makes himself known. This is what belonging to the church means. Remember: Being Christian means belonging to the church. If your first name is Christian, your last name is Member of the Church.”

At the end of his talk, the pope asked people to join him in praying that they would never “give into the temptation of thinking you can do without others, without the church, that you can save yourself, of thinking you can be a laboratory Christian.”

Christians, he said, are not manufactured in isolation, but belong to a long line of believers who handed on the faith and challenged one another to live it fully.

The audience was the last the pope was scheduled to hold before beginning a reduced summer schedule.

One World Religion!

From the Wall Street Journal:

Buddhist, Protestant, Greek Orthodox, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh leaders to join pope at National September 11 Memorial & Museum.

It is called a multireligious service, but for those who have been asked to offer prayers alongside Pope Francis this month, a humble moment is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

About a dozen religious leaders, including representatives from Buddhist, Protestant, Greek Orthodox, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh faiths, will join the pope on Sept. 25 at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. Part of Pope Francis’ two-day visit to New York City, the service will include prayers from all of them honoring those who died on 9/11.

According to Rabbi Elliot J. Cosgrove of Park Avenue Synagogue, it will be “a holy and wholly unique event in the religious life of New York.”

“The pope understands the power of faith or religion as an instrument of peace, as opposed to division or strife,” said Rabbi Cosgrove. “To participate in an interreligious gathering which affirms that, whatever our differences may be, we are children of the same God, is an extraordinary statement.”

Multireligious gatherings between the pope and other faith leaders are essentially a modern practice, experts say, formalized in 1965 with Pope Paul VI and the Second Vatican Council’s declaration for “sincere reverence” of other religions.

That declaration opened the door for meetings between the pope and other religious leaders, said the Rev. Jean-Pierre Ruiz, associate professor of theology and religious studies at St. John’s University in Queens.

Another watershed moment for interfaith meetings came in 1986 when Pope John Paul IIgathered dozens of religious leaders at a World Day of Prayer for Peace in Assisi, Italy. The image of all of them together “sent an important message to the world,” said Rev. Ruiz.

Pope Benedict continued the tradition of interfaith meetings during his 2008 trip to the U.S. He visited Park East Synagogue in New York and participated in several events in Washington, D.C., including an interreligious meeting. In 2011, he marked the 25th anniversary of the World Day of Prayer for Peace with another event in Assisi.

But what separates Pope Francis from his predecessors is his deliberate inclusion of other religions, especially members of the Jewish and Muslim faiths, Rev. Ruiz said. Some of those leaders are to play an active role in the Sept. 25 event.

It will begin with an invocation by Rabbi Cosgrove and Imam Khalid Latif, executive director of the Islamic Center at New York University. During the brief program, Pope Francis will offer a prayer and speak. Other religious leaders will then offer prayers, with translators, before an audience of hundreds. Sarah Sayeed, an adviser to Mayor Bill de Blasio, will read a translation from Arabic for the event, according to a spokeswoman for the mayor

One of the participants, Uma Mysorekar, president of the Hindu Temple Society of North America, said she was honored to be included and excited for her faith, and others, to be recognized on the world stage.

“This pope has been so vocal and so broad-minded,” said Dr. Mysorekar. “We’re all able to chant prayers to that same divinity in our own different ways. It ultimately means that all of us collectively stand there and pray in whatever way we want to, but ultimately asking for peace in this world.”

Yasuko Niwano, a leader of the Rissho Kosei-kai Buddhist Center of New York, said she felt a mixture of honor, nerves and excitement about sharing the stage with Pope Francis. She saw the moment as a way to connect with the pontiff on the subject of openness and inclusiveness, she said.

“He doesn’t have any boundaries,” she said. “In Buddhism, we don’t have any boundary, we welcome anybody.”

The Rev. A.R. Bernard of Brooklyn’s Christian Cultural Center said he would be reflecting on the Beatitudes, eight blessings at the core of Jesus’ teachings, for his segment of the interreligious service.

Though the city’s religious leaders often get together around common issues of concern, the service with the pope is “a very, very special time, because it’s consistent with the climate in our city with regard to religious tolerance, and interfaith communication and working together,” he said.

“This is not a platform we experience every day,” Rev. Bernard said.

Satpal Singh, a leader of the Sikh community who is based in Buffalo, is hoping to use the moment on Sept. 25 as a way to educate the wider public about the Sikh faith. His prayer would reflect the point that “our actions speak,” he said.

“God expects all of us to love each other irrespective of what our outward beliefs and what our affiliations are,” Dr. Singh said. “That’s the important message that has to come through this forum.”


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