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What’s Under Your Armor?—Colossians 3:12-15

Today’s Scripture Reading:  Colossians 1:24-4:18

In yesterday’s reading we discovered the supernatural power of the Armor of God.  As I read Ephesians 6:10-20, the thought briefly crossed my mind, “I wonder what we’re supposed to wear ‘under’ the armor?” In today’s scripture reading I think I’ve found the answer.

Since God chose you to be the holy people he loves, you must clothe yourselves with tenderhearted mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.  Make allowance for each other’s faults, and forgive anyone who offends you. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others.  Above all, clothe yourselves with love, which binds us all together in perfect harmony.  And let the peace that comes from Christ rule in your hearts. For as members of one body you are called to live in peace. And always be thankful. —Colossians 3:12-15

So it seems that there are six pieces of clothing we should wear under our armor:

  • Tender-hearted mercy
  • Kindness
  • Humility
  • Gentleness
  • Patience
  • Love

There are actually eight, if we include peace and thankfulness.

Granted I’ve never tried on a suit of armor, but it would seem that armor could actually be painful next to bare skin.  Think about it, it would be cold and rough; it would probably cause blisters if there wasn’t a barrier between the armor and bare skin.

I wonder…

Since this is true with physical armor and clothes, would it also be true with spiritual armor and the clothing Paul is talking about in Colossians?

Is it ever painful to try to wear…

  • The belt of truth when you have no mercy?
  • The breastplate of righteousness when you aren’t humble?
  • The shoes of peace when you aren’t peaceful, gentle and kind?
  • The shield of faith when you don’t have the patience to wait for God’s timing and thankfulness for the blessings of the past?
  • The sword of the Spirit when you can’t speak the truth in love?

It sounds like tender-hearted mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness, patience, love, peace and thankfulness are God’s Underarmour; we should never suit up without them!

Heavenly Father, it’s no wonder we walk through days, even seasons of defeat;  too many of Your children are trying to make it in this world without using the “equipment” you designed for us.  Thank you Lord for Your Word!  Lodge the need for Your armor AND under-armor into the depths of our spirit. Help us to put them on everyday!

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and amen!


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading:  Philemon 1:1-25, Philippians 1:1-2:11

It’s Time to Find a Phone Booth! —Ephesians 6:10-18


Today’s Scripture Reading: Ephesians 5:15-6:24, Colossians 1:1-23

I love the movie Superman!  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wished I could jump into a phone booth and come out with an answer to the day’s crisis.

  • Superpowers
  • Saving the world
  • A special suit that gives me confidence, strength and courage

Yep, that’s just what I need.  How about you?

Friends, it’s time to find the phone booth, because I’ve found the suit!

Yes, we can live in today’s troubled world with confidence, strength, and courage.

Yes, we can rescue others from the depths of despair…if we put on the suit!

A final word: Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power.  Put on all of God’s armor so that you will be able to stand firm against all strategies of the devil.  For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places.

Therefore, put on every piece of God’s armor so you will be able to resist the enemy in the time of evil. Then after the battle you will still be standing firm.  Stand your ground, putting on the belt of truth and the body armor of God’s righteousness.  For shoes, put on the peace that comes from the Good News so that you will be fully prepared.  In addition to all of these, hold up the shield of faith to stop the fiery arrows of the devil.  Put on salvation as your helmet, and take the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.

Pray in the Spirit at all times and on every occasion. Stay alert and be persistent in your prayers for all believers everywhere. —Ephesians 6:10-18 (emphasis mine)

If this supernatural “suit” is available is every Christian, then why is it that many 21st century Christians aren’t strong enough to fight their way out of a wet paper bag, much less rescue the perishing and care for the dying!

Because we aren’t disciplining ourselves each day to put on the “power suit;” we sort of look like a weak “Clark Kent” before he goes into the phone booth.

Paul told us exactly what to do, put on every piece of God’s armor and then we will be able to stand firm against the strategies of the devil.

Just like Superman, we must be ready at all times.  We can’t wait until a crisis to find our “suit,” we need to put it on first thing, every morning.

No we don’t really need a phone booth and it’s not a physical “suit” but the armor of God is our only hope of a victorious life that causes others to know Him more.

Heavenly Father, help us to remember our armor each day.  Teach us to be intentional in equipping ourselves to be strong and courageous and stand against the strategies of the enemy of our soul.  Lord, use us to rescue someone today!

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and Amen!


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading:  Colossians 1:24-4:18

How to Determine How Much Control Your Sinful Nature Has Over You– 1 Corinthians 3:1-3


Today’s Scripture Reading:  Acts 18:24-19:20, 1 Corinthians 1:1-3:23

If you’ve taken a child to the pediatrician in the last 30 years, you’re probably familiar with growth charts. These growth charts plot the height and weight of infants and children and then compare those numbers to national averages.

It is very scary when a new mom and dad hear the doctor say “Your child has FTT.” Failure to Thrive (FTT) refers to a child whose physical growth is significantly less than that of his/her peers.

What does FTT look like in the life of a Christian?

Dear brothers and sisters when I was with you I couldn’t talk to you as I would to spiritual people I had to talk as though you belonged to this world or as though you were infants in the Christian life. I had to feed you with milk, not with solid food, because you weren’t ready for anything stronger. And you still aren’t ready, for you are still controlled by your sinful nature. You are jealous of one another and quarrel with each other. Doesn’t that prove you are controlled by your sinful nature? Aren’t you living like people of the world? —1 Corinthians 3:1-3

When Paul was assessing the Corinthian’s spiritual state he measured their ability to resist being controlled by their sinful nature.  He referred to the weak as those who had to be fed milk and the healthy and growing as those on a diet of solid food.

How can we know the amount of control our sinful nature has on our lives?

Paul thought it was pretty simple:

How do you get along with other people?

Jealousy and quarreling with others is a sure sign of our sinful nature.  It is so bad that Paul said “it’s living like people of the world.”  In other words, our lives don’t reflect Christ at all!

It was such a problem with the Corinthians that Paul had to completely change the way he interacted with them.  They were like selfish babies.  So he had to talk to them like babies.

It is understandable for new Christians to need “milk.”  Paul wasn’t talking to them; it was the folks who had known Christ for years he was frustrated with.

What do we do when our “sinful nature” shows its ugly head?

  • Recognize our mistake, accept responsibility
  • Repent and ask for forgiveness and then do a 180° change
  • Re-commit to follow close to Christ and ask the Holy Spirit to help our “Christ nature” to grow and our sinful nature to “fail to thrive!”

Heavenly Father, we want to thrive and grow in our relationship with You.  Every day we want to become “more like You.”  Holy Spirit point out the areas in our lives that our sinful nature is controlling; show us how to grow past these areas of weakness.  Use us for Your Glory and Your Honor!

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and Amen!


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller
Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading:  1 Corinthians 4:1-7:40

I Wish I Could Pray Like _________ –2 Thessalonians 1:11-12

Today’s Scripture Reading: 1 Thessalonians 5:12-28, 2 Thessalonians 1:1-3:18, Acts 18:4-23

I wish I was a better at praying.  I have friends who seem to touch the throne of God with their prayers, each word sounds so beautiful and “godly.”  My prayers seem pretty plain.

Don’t get me wrong, I know God is more concerned with our heart than our delivery but I would love to verbally express my love, devotion, and faith in the God, who changed my life forever, in a way that He deserves.

The Apostle Paul sure had a way with words when he prayed.  Here are a couple of prayers he prayed in Thessalonians:

Now may the God of peace make you holy in every way, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless until our Lord Jesus Christ comes again.  God will make this happen, for he who calls you is faithful. —1 Thessalonians 5:23-24

So we keep on praying for you, asking our God to enable you to live a life worthy of his call. May he give you the power to accomplish all the good things your faith prompts you to do.  Then the name of our Lord Jesus will be honored because of the way you live, and you will be honored along with him. This is all made possible because of the grace of our God and Lord, Jesus Christ. —2 Thessalonians 1:11-12

The things that Paul prayed for the Thessalonians, I want in my life:

  • Make me holy in every way
  • Keep my whole spirit, soul and body blameless until Christ comes again
  • Enabled me to live a life worthy of His call
  • Give me the power to accomplish all the good my faith prompts me to do
  • May the name of Jesus  be honored because of the way I live
  • I will be privileged to be honored when Jesus is honored

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and Amen!

Now that’s a pretty powerful prayer!  Those are definitely things I need and want in my life but have trouble finding the words.  I don’t have to; I can use Paul’s words.

If you’re struggling with knowing how to pray or finding the words to pray to convey your heart, use the scriptures, we can turn just about anything in the Word of God into a prayer.

I’ve done this many times.  I like to write them out and add my name, my family’s name, or someone the Holy Spirit has brought to my attention.

Over the years God has prompted me to write prayers of encouragement to people I’ve met along the way, using this method.  Those prayers were straight from the Word of God; so I was just sending a prayer or love-letter for God, I was His delivery agent!

If you’re like me and you wish you were better at praying, go straight to the Word of God.  Your Bible is your greatest guidebook for prayer.

Knowing God more through His Word, means knowing how to pray powerful, heart-felt prayers!

I’m so glad to be on the Journey with you!

Sending Blessings Your Way!


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller
Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading:  Acts 18:24-19:20, 1 Corinthians 1:1-3:23

The Christian Life Simplified–Mark 12:28-34

Today’s Scripture Reading: Mark 12:28-34; Matthew 22:34-40; Mark 12:35-37; Matthew 22:41-46; Luke 20:41-44; Mark 12:38-40; Matthew 23:1-12; Luke 20:45-47; Matthew 23:13-39; Mark 12:41-44; Luke 21:1-4

I’m sure that “simple” is not the way most people would describe their life as a Christ Follower.  My life can certainly get complicated at times.

The Holy Spirit is in the process of teaching me something about making the Christian life simple; so come along and think this through with me.  In our journey we’ve spent almost nine full months in the Old Testament. Throughout that time I kept noticing this one phrase over and over:

So that they will know that I am the Lord their God.

Last week, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of the Old Testament was so that the earth and all its inhabitants would know that God, Jehovah, Yahweh– the God of the Bible, is the Lord our God.

This word “know” is translated from the Hebrew word yada’ and is used 947 times and means to know, learn to know or to know by experience.

Test this out; read any book or story in the Old Testament and ask yourself why did that happen; what was the purpose?  The answer is most likely going to be so that they would know (learn to know and experience) that the God of the Bible is the Lord their God.

So what was the message of the New Testament?

I’m so glad you asked!

Matthew 22:34-40

Hearing that Jesus had silenced the Sadducees, the Pharisees got together. One of them, an expert in the law, tested him with this question: “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”

Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”

Wow!  God shouted the message I am your God throughout the Old Testament.  Then Jesus came and said we are not only to know that God is God, but we are to love Him with all our heart, soul, and mind.

This is step one of the Simple Life.

Jesus gave us the second step in that same scripture—Love your neighbor.

Jesus didn’t just tell us how to love, he showed us by dying on the cross for his “neighbor(s)”.  So the New Testament is all about loving your neighbor as yourself.

Life is so crazy these days; there’s so much we can do.  How do we know what we should do and what we shouldn’t do?

Wouldn’t it be great if we had a filter (a device that removes impurities) that we could run every situation, decision or conversation through to see if it lined up with the will of God for our lives?

I think the Greatest Commandment is that filter!

In the future when I have a question about how to handle a situation, person, or decision I’m going to filter it through the Greatest Commandment:

1. Will this situation, decision, or conversation show My God that I love him with all my heart, soul and mind?

2. Will this situation, decision, or conversation treat my neighbor in a way that I would want to be treated?

If the answer to either question is no, then I will have to S-T-O-P and rethink my strategy.

Have I over simplified our Christian walk?

What are your thoughts?

Heavenly Father, help me to refrain from complicating my life as a Christian.  Help me to remember that it’s all about knowing You and causing others to know You.  Lord, use me today.

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and Amen!


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading: Mark 13:1-23; Matthew 24:1-25; Luke 21:5-24; Mark 13:24-31; Matthew 24:26-35; Luke 21:23-33

Why God? –John 9:1-5


Today’s Scripture Reading: Luke 12:35-13:21, John 9:1-41

Last night I sat and listened to a friend share her testimony. She’s a beautiful, smart, feisty, forty-year-old who’s battled Multiple Sclerosis since she was thirty-three. She lights up the room with her smile and never has an unkind word to say.

As I drove home, I found myself asking…


It’s a question I’ve asked before.

My sweet granddaughter, who’s six years old has Cystic Fibrosis. When we were first introduced to this genetic disorder I said, “Absolutely not!” “God, I know you will come to our rescue. This is from the evil one. I know you will protect us from this life-altering disease.”

When the diagnosis was confirmed, I cried out to God.

I asked why.

The older I get, the less I know. There’s so much about walking out my life being “in this world and not of it” (John 15:18-21) that I don’t understand.


God’s word helps me make sense of these “whys.”

As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man who had been blind from birth. “Rabbi,” his disciples asked him, “why was this man born blind? Was it because of his own sins or his parents’ sins?”

“It was not because of his sins or his parents’ sins,” Jesus answered. “This happened so the power of God could be seen in him. We must quickly carry out the tasks assigned us by the one who sent us. The night is coming, and then no one can work. But while I am here in the world, I am the light of the world.”  –John 9:1-5

I can tell you that I see the power of God in the life of my friend and my granddaughter. God is and will continue to do amazing things to bring attention and glory to His Kingdom as they thrive in the midst of overwhelming difficulties.


Friends, we are on this earth to do two things:


  • Know Jesus
  • Cause others to know Him


The party’s not here, it’s in heaven.


Lord, I want people to see You in and through my life. Whether I’m having a great day or walking through the fires of life, let my life point others to You.


In Jesus’ Name. Amen and Amen!



© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading: John 10:1-42, Luke 13:22-14:24

How Do We Know What to Believe?—John 8:32

Today’s Scripture ReadingJohn 8:21-59, Luke 10:1-11:13

When you listen to a teacher, preacher, politician, or news anchor, how do you know what they’re saying is truth?

Wouldn’t it be great if all speakers of “truth” were like Pinocchio and their nose grew when they were speaking something that wasn’t truthful?

How do we really know what to believe?

Who really determines the “truth?”

In John 8:32, Jesus said: And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.

What is your definition of truth?

In Focus on the Family’s Truth Project,  R.C. Sproul gave this great definition of truth:

Truth is that which corresponds to reality as perceived by God.  Because God’s perception of reality is never distorted; it’s the perfect perception of reality.

Let’s plug this definition of truth into John 8:32…

And you will know [reality as seen by God], and [God’s perception of reality] will set you free.

In today’s world truth is in the eye of the beholder.  It’s like the woman in the one of Truth Project video says, “one person can say a table’s blue and the other person can say its red; how they see it is their truth.”

This way of thinking has taken its toll on the biblical world view of many in today’s culture.

If the truth sets us free


there are many versions of the truth,

which truth

sets us free?

To be free we must choose to believe that our Heavenly Father and Him alone has given us His truth in His Word, then and only then can be have this freedom Jesus was offering.

How do we get this freedom?

  • Accept by faith that God’s perception of reality is absolute truth
  • Begin a lifelong journey to understand God’s truth through the spiritual disciplines of
    • Bible Study
    • Prayer
    • Meditation

Jesus said in John 8:31, “You are truly my disciples if you remain faithful to my teachings.”

Heavenly Father, teach us Your Truth.  Holy Spirit, speak to our spirit and let us know when something is Your Truth, give us spiritual wisdom and discernment.  Help us to resist the lie of many truths and live our life with confidence that you gave us Your absolute truth in Your Word!  Jesus, thank you for your Word.

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and Amen.


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading: Luke 11:14-12:34

Something Worth Arguing About—Mark 9:16


Today’s Scripture Reading:  Mark 9:14-29, Matthew 17:14-21, Luke 9:37-43a, Mark 9:30-32, Matthew 17:22-23, Luke 9:43b-45, Matthew 17:24-27, Mark 9:33-37, Matthew 18:1-6, Luke 9:46-48, Mark 9:38-41, Luke 9:49-50, Mark 9:42-50, Matthew 18:7-35

I am so sick of turning on the T.V. and seeing two people with opposing views screaming at each other…


The same kind of thing went on in Jesus’ day; they just didn’t have the media to show it to the world a hundred times a day.

In today’s world we call that entertainment.  From today’s reading we see that the crowd was entertained by a good argument in Jesus’ day as well.

In Mark 9, Jesus and three of His disciples walked up on an argument between a huge crowd of people, the local religious leaders, and nine of His disciples.  Jesus immediately asked what all the arguing was about (Mark 9:16).

Most likely the religious leaders were pointing out to the crowd that the Jesus’ disciples weren’t able to heal the demon-possessed boy.  They were probably getting louder and louder, with the noise of the crowd adding fuel to the fire. If I were one of the disciples I would have definitely felt the need to defend the healing power of Jesus.

Can you just imagine the shouting match that must have gone on?

Jesus, Peter, James, and John had just come down from the mountain where they had heard the voice of God…

Talk about going “back to the real world!”

What happened next will probably be a surprise, if you think Jesus would have run away from an argument!

Jesus got right in the middle of mix, raised His voice and addressed all of them, including His disciples:

Jesus said to them, “You faithless people! How long must I be with you? How long must I put up with you? Bring the boy to me.” —Mark 9:19

It seems that lack of faith is one of the few things that frustrated our Savior to the point of asking, “How long must I put up with you?”

In almost every miracle Jesus did He either praised great faith or corrected the lack of faith.

Faith is important to God:

And it is impossible to please God without faith. Anyone who wants to come to him must believe that God exists and that he rewards those who sincerely seek him. —Hebrews 11:6

How do we get more faith?

That’s where the problem lies.  There’s a price to pay for great faith.

The disciples asked this same question when they talked with Jesus after He healed the boy.

Afterward, when Jesus was alone in the house with his disciples, they asked him, “Why couldn’t we cast out that evil spirit?”

Jesus replied, “This kind can be cast out only by prayer. —Mark 9:28-29

Most versions of the Bible say it can only be cast out by prayer AND fasting.

The spiritual disciplines of prayer and fasting are crucial to live a life of faith in this fallen world.

Can you see why your humanness fights so hard when you set aside time to fast and pray?

I’m sure if Jesus were on this earth He would be frustrated by our lack of faith.

I challenge you to find some time right now to spend with God in prayer!

Heavenly Father, help us to see the importance in doing our part to strengthen our faith.  Lord, we say with the father of the demon-possessed boy, “I do believe, but help me overcome my unbelief!”

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and Amen!


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading:  John 7:1-9, Luke 9:51-56, Matthew 8:18-22, Luke 9:57-62, John 7:10-8:20

3 Reasons We Exchange God’s Words for Human Traditions? –Mark 7:6-8

  Today’s Scripture Reading: John 6:22-71, Mark 7:1-23, Matthew 15:1-20

I’ve always gone to church.

One of my earliest memories is being in church with my mom and brother. I’m in my 50s and I’ve only been a member of 5 different churches and 2 different denominations in all those years. I said that to say I’m not a fad chaser when it comes to choosing a church. But, I’m sure there have been times when Jesus has included me in this message…

Jesus replied, “You hypocrites! Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you, for he wrote, ‘these people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. Their worship is a farce, for they teach man-made ideas as commands from God.’ For you ignore God’s law and substitute your own tradition.” –-Mark 7:6-8

I can remember a time in my life when I literally thought that if I didn’t go to church 3 times a week I was going to miss Jesus when He returned. Now I know that was absolutely crazy; there’s nothing mentioned in God’s Word about how many times we go to church a week. But, the Bible does say this… And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.  –Hebrews 10:25

Why do we exchange God’s Word for the traditions of man? Here are a few of my thoughts:

  • We don’t read God’s Word, so we don’t know the difference between Truth and traditions.
  • Human beings would rather have a list of dos and don’ts than to develop the discipline of meeting God daily through His Word and prayer.
  • It’s easier to follow a tangible person or doctrine than an intangible god.

What are your thoughts?

Lord, I want to follow You, not the traditions of man!

© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading: Mark 7:24-30, Matthew 15:21-28, Mark 7:31-37, Matthew 15:29-31, Mark 8:1-10, Matthew 15:32-16:4, Mark 8:11-21, Matthew 16:5-12

4 Ways to Make the Bible Easier to Understand—Matthew 13:18-23

Today’s Scripture Reading:  Matthew 13:10-23, Luke 8:9-18, Mark 4:21-29, Matthew 13:24-30, Mark 4:30-34, Matthew 13:31-52, Mark 4:35-41, Matthew 8:23-27, Luke 8:22-25

Are you struggling to grow in your knowledge of God?

Are you having difficulty developing a relationship with Him?

When I read the parable of the sower in today’s reading I saw something I have not seen before.  Classically we think of this parable as an explanation of how the message of Christ is received in the hearts of unbelievers, but as I read it today I thought about something else.

Could this parable apply to people who have accepted Christ as their Savior and are attempting to read His Word, develop spiritual disciplines, and grow in their relationship with their Savior?

Think about the times you spend reading the word; do any of the following scenarios describe those times? (Matthew 13:18-23)

  • You read a passage but don’t understand it (Matthew 13:19)
  • You read it, understand it, but have difficulty applying it to your life (Matthew 13:20-21)
  • You read it, understand it, but it is crowded out by the worries of this life and the lure of wealth (Matthew 13:22)
  • You read it, understand it and share the good news of Christ with others (Matthew 13:23)

I can relate to each of these scenarios.  Sometimes when I attempt to read my Bible it seems like words on a page and other times those same words come alive and I get so excited and can’t wait to share them with others.

Why does this happen?

Listen then to what the parable of the sower means: When anyone hears the message about the kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and snatches away what was sown in his heart. (Matthew 13:18-19 NIV Emphasis mine)

What do we do about it?

  1. We pray before we begin reading and ask the Holy Spirit to teach us, speak to us and remind us of the things we’ve learned**
  2. We become sensitive to the thoughts going on in our minds and recognize when “the evil one” is trying to distract us from hearing, understanding, and sharing God’s Word***
  3. We  literally take our thoughts captive and force them to align with the Word of God***
  4. We read God’s Word expecting Him to teach us

**But when the Father sends the Advocate as my representative—that is, the Holy Spirit—he will teach you everything and will remind you of everything I have told you. –John 14:26

***For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ. –2 Corinthians 10:3-5

Heavenly Father, our desire is to know You more.  We know we have an enemy who doesn’t want that to happen.  Teach us how to take our thoughts captive and force them to align with Your Word.  Teach us Your ways, illuminate Your Word, and stir us up so we will share it with others.

In Jesus’ Name.  Amen and Amen!


© 2013 Dianne Guthmuller

Tomorrow’s Scripture Reading:  Mark 5:1-20, Matthew 8:28-34, Luke 8:26-39, Mark 5:21-43, Matthew 9:18-26, Luke 8:40-56

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