100-Day Prayer Campaign

Grow – Love - Follow - Serve

Week 2, August 7-13
1 Timothy 4

August 7
"Everything that God has created is good; nothing is to be rejected, but everything is to be received with a prayer of thanks because the word of God and the prayer make it acceptable to God." (1 Tim 4:4)
God is the Creator of everything, and everything He created is good, unique, and one of a kind. That means every person who was or will be is an original, including the kids, teens, and adults in our ministries. It's exciting to think that each one of us has our own box of gifts and talents. We, as a Church, have the amazing opportunity to help them figure out how to uncover and use those gifts. This is what Paul did for Timothy. You may recall Timothy because of Paul's letters while he was a young leader at church in Ephesus. Paul saw in this young man a passion and devotion to Jesus. By mentoring Timothy, Paul helped him understand his gifts and purpose, leading to Timothy becoming very influential in the early church. That same potential is in each of the kids and teens in our parish. When we as a
church help them find their purpose at a young age, they'll grow up understanding God's plan and purpose for their lives. We pray...

Prayer
Heavenly Father, you are the creator of all that is good. You have given each of us unique gifts and talents so that we can build your kingdom. Help us to use our gifts to help the Faith Life Ministry find its purpose so that all may honor you with their lives too. We love you and pray all this in the name of Jesus, Your Son. Amen.

August 8
"Do not let anyone look down on you because you are young, but be an example for the believers in your speech, your conduct, your love, faith, and purity." (1 Tim 4:12)
Paul had asked Timothy to help lead the new church in Ephesus. Even though Timothy was still a young man, Paul saw something in Timothy that made him think Timothy would be a great leader. He could see that Timothy had great potential to help others. Every member and parent in our church has the potential to be a leader in the Faith Life of children. GATHER is an opportunity to be an example for others by what you say and do with your children. And just like Paul encouraged Timothy to take steps in his faith, you can help your children understand that God made them love and serve others. Laying this foundation at an early age will establish a pattern of living that can change the path of their story. Let's pray and ask God for some help with that.

Prayer

God, you created each of us to love and serve others, but we sometimes forget that every family member can love and serve. Help us to be more like Paul. Teaching our children that it doesn't matter if you are young or old. Anyone can be an example for others. Help us to encourage our families to love and serve in all they say and do to make a difference. We ask these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

August 9
"Until I come, give your time and effort to the public reading of the scriptures to preaching and teaching." (1 Tim 4:13)
There is great power in understanding scripture with a group of people. Paul knew its power, so he encouraged Timothy to spend his time and effort reading and preaching scripture in a large group setting. At St. Mary's, we see how important it is for kids to hear the Word of God and experience God's story together in an age-appropriate environment. In CLOW, the Bible stories come alive as we use videos and music that engage our elementary students. To help them understand how they fit into God's account and how they can apply it as they live out

their faith. When you help kids uncover the wisdom found in scripture, you help them make connections between the Bible stories and their own lives. Let's pray and thank God for reminding us why it's essential to keep learning more about God through His Word.

Prayer

Heavenly Father, Your Word is amazing! Thank You that we can find answers and stories that can help us be more like you. Help us remember to take time to read the Bible with a community of believers so that we can discover more about you together. We love You, and we ask these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

August 10

Keep yourself training for a godly life. Physical exercise has some value, but spiritual practice is valuable because it promises life both for the present and future.
(1 Tim 4:7-8)
To live a godly life, we all need instruction. Growing in faith is not something that happens by memorizing information from the Bible. All that knowledge means nothing if we don't help middle schoolers experience what that knowledge can do in their hearts. Training your body is essential when you run a race or play a sport, but it's even more important to understand that God loves you and wants you to love others. That's not always easy. That's why middle schoolers need to train and practice their faith skills. To grow and mature in faith, we must put in the time and effort. With our "J Walkers" small groups, we create environments that help Middle Schoolers practice their faith by reading God's Word, praying, talking about Jesus with friends, and living out that faith daily. As they process their faith, they will naturally have questions and doubts. We want them to know they can talk about God and work through their questions with others. Let's ask Jesus to help us with our spiritual training so that we are prepared to help our middle schoolers practice their faith.

Prayer
Jesus, thank You for always being with us. Thank You for allowing us to help middle schoolers grow in a relationship with you. Please give us the courage to talk about You with them. You've put in our lives. Help us remember to help them practice hearing from you, praying for you, talking about you, and fully living for you. We love You, God, and pray these things in your name. Amen

August 11
"The Spirit says clearly that some people will abandon the faith in later times; they will obey lying spirits and follow the teachings of demons. Such Teachings are spread by deceitful liars whose consciences are dead as if burnt with a hot iron." (1 Tim 4:1-2)

Paul warns Timothy that false teaching is sure to come. False teachers were a threat to the church back then and are still a threat to the church today. We live in an age where information is at our fingertips. But not all that we read or see online or on TV is true. Often our teens get their information from TV, TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter. These sites and sites like them have a lot of helpful information, but they may have misinformation too.
How can we prepare the High Schoolers to know what is true? The answer is simple: helping them uncover the truth in the pages of God's Word. The only real way of confirming what is true is by diving into God's Word. High School students who grow in understanding will be equipped to discern what is true and false when they look at things through God's eyes. Let's pray that our PathFinders will grow in their understanding of God's Word this year.

Prayer
Dear God, thank You for Paul's warning to Timothy. He knew that Timothy would face false teachers and that we would too. Please give us the desire to better understand the Bible so we can help guide the High Schoolers in their understanding. Please help us remember Your words so we can follow your ways and not the ways of the world. We love You and ask all of these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

August 12
- "Do not neglect the spiritual gift that is in you, which has been given to you when the prophets spoke and the elders laid their hands on you." (1 Tim 4:14)
Timothy probably questioned whether he was the right guy to lead a church. Would people listen to him, would they follow the teachings of Jesus, or would they turn away from him because he was young? Paul wrote this letter to encourage Timothy, which should encourage us too. Paul reminded Timothy that God was with him and could use everything about him to make a difference for others. We all have been given spiritual gifts that God has chosen specifically for each of us so that we can build His kingdom here on earth. You see, God can use anyone to share His story, including you and me. Every person longs to feel included and know that their lives matter. We, as a church, have the opportunity to help everyone uncover their unique spiritual gifts to impact the lives of others. When we use our spiritual gifts to engage adults, we model for them what God is doing in our lives. Through our example and encouragement, they will begin to see that their lives matter too and can use their spiritual gifts to change the world. Let's pray for opportunities to use our spiritual gifts to help adults in our Small Groups so they also make a difference in our world.

Prayer
God, we're so thankful that You gave us unique gifts. Thank you for showing us how Paul encouraged Timothy to use his spiritual gifts. It's exciting to know that You see potential in us, just like You did in Timothy. Help us to be like you so that we can see the potential in our Small Group of adults and help them discover their spiritual gifts to build your kingdom here on earth. We ask these things in Jesus' name, amen.

August 13
"Practice these things and devote yourself to them so that all can see your progress. Watch yourself and watch your teaching. Keep on doing these things because if you do, you will save both yourself and those who hear you." (1 Tim 4:15-16)
Paul's last two verses in this chapter give us wisdom as ministers of the Church. Paul first tells Timothy to evaluate his life and his teachings. Suppose we want to grow stronger in our faith. In that case, we must consistently evaluate our hearts and then use that evaluation to make a plan. Once we have a plan, we need to actually execute or practice that plan. Just like you have to practice juggling a soccer ball to improve in soccer or practice your scales to play the piano, we need to practice our faith to grow. When you think of practice, it probably doesn't make you smile because training is not easy. That's why Paul also reminds Timothy to keep on doing these things." Paul knew that Timothy's perseverance would save all who heard him. This is a good lesson for us too. Just like runners keep going toward the finish line, we need to keep going, practicing what matters most. That means we must practice our faith even when our schedules are busy, or we are stressed out or when it seems no one is listening. They need us to be strong in our faith so that we can speak truth into their lives and ultimately help them to grow stronger in faith. Let's pray that we stay committed to practicing our faith so that we impact the Faith Life Ministry.

Prayer

Heavenly Father, we know that You can do all things. Thank You for being with us so we can do things that seem difficult. When we feel like giving up, please remind us of Paul and his letter to Timothy. Paul encouraged Timothy to practice his faith and persevere even when it was difficult. Help us to continue to practice our faith so that we can help bring everyone into a closer relationship with you. We love You, and we pray these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

"And I tell you, ask, and you will receive; seek, and you will find;
knock, and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds…"
                                                                                                                                                        -Luke 11:9-10

These are the words we’ve heard in the Gospel. Jesus tells us to pray, to ask, and we will receive. Our Faith Life Ministry – Where Life Meets Faith encompasses ministries of small groups for families, children, teens, and adults where we grow, love, follow, and serve the Lord. As part of our efforts to expand these ministries, we will begin our 100-Day Prayer Campaign this weekend.

For 100 days, Throughout our Prayer Campaign, we will pray for each ministry, each parent, each child, each teen, each adult, and each minister in our community. And we are asking for you to partner with us in this effort. Beginning July 31st, we will have on our Home Page a link to the 100-Day Prayer Campaign, where you can join us daily as we pray and ask God to shine his light upon our community of faith and all those who minister with it. We will provide a copy each week of the campaign for those who may not have access to a computer or printer in the Welcome Center every Sunday.

Each week beginning on Sunday, we will introduce a new topic, the life of a Saint, or a portion from Scripture. We will share the stories of the teens, men, and women who, through their love for the Lord, led others to grow in their faith and desire to serve. Who dared to do anything but the normal to let others know how unconditionally the Lord loved them. Who has guided us in our prayers to bring everyone at St. Mary's to grow, love, follow, and serve the Lord and his people?

Proverbs 3:27 reads, "Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due when it is in your power to act."
We all have the power to pray. To offer, in a small way, our petition to the Lord for the growth of our Faith Life Ministry and all of us at St. Mary's. But please, also pray for those yet to become a part of our faith community. For those searching for a place to feel welcomed for who they are and loved by the Lord unconditionally.

Please know of my continued prayer for you and our entire community. Feel free to contact us if you need help or a copy of our 100-Day Prayer Campaign.

May God keep you in his tender Mercy.
Ms. Beni 

 Week 1, July 31 – August 6
St. Therese of Lisieux

Introduction
Thank you for being part of this Prayer Campaign! We begin today even as Kickoff Weekend is several weeks away. In the coming 100 days, we will pray for each ministry, each kid, each teen, each parent, each adult, each minister, and all the ways we hope to bring them together through our Faith Life Ministry. You will meet saints and explore Scripture along the way. But today, we begin simply. Let us pray...

Prayer
Come Holy Spirit, help us to find the right people at the right time for the right roles to encourage, equip, and inspire our families, kids, teens, and adults. Jesus, open our minds and hearts to who you are in each sharing and small group guide. Let every person who comes here, young and old, realize and acknowledge that they are known and noticed by you, our Heavenly Father. Help us to recognize that we are known and seen by you. Help us to care about our Faith Life Ministry as much as you do. Amen.

July 31
Each week we will introduce you to a saint or portion of Scripture. This week we meet St. Therese of Lisieux. Therese was born in 1873 and had no fame during her life. She got special permission to join a Carmelite Convent at age 15 and died of tuberculosis at 24. After her death, one of the Carmelites discovered Therese's handwritten loose-leaf journal composed of candlelight, full of quips and thoughts on incredibly ordinary life. The Story of a Soul, Therese's autobiography born from those papers, is now one of the bestselling Christian books ever. Let us pray with St. Therese today...

Prayer
Father, thank you for the stories all those who participate in Faith Life are telling with their lives. Help us sit up and take notice. Help us to be somebody who makes everybody feel like

somebody. Like Therese taught us, each person has a story worth telling. Remind us that you take delight in their stories and ours. Amen.

August 1
Therese was far from perfect. She had what others called "frightful tantrums" when she couldn't have her way, rolling on the floor and being so overcome she almost choked. Like our youngest children in Gather, Therese often didn't have a reasoned response. She may not have understood everything, but Therese knew from a young age that Jesus loved her. Not only did she know who she was but whose she was, and that's why she petitioned to enter the Carmelite Convent at the age of 15. While not all young people are called to religious life, we want every child to know as Therese did about the Heavenly Father who made them and loves them. So, let us pray...

Prayer

Jesus, you said to let the children come to you. Please use us to make that possible! Help us build Gather - The Domestic Church at Home, a ministry that helps parents know they are loved. Let us help them bring that love of and for Jesus to their children. Let us not forget that GATHER is where it all starts for Faith Life here at St. Mary's. Amen.

August 2
We want St. Mary's to be part of every kid's story. We hope kids love their church so much that they bring their parents back and invite their friends. The prayers of elementary-age kids may be simple, but they are pure and powerful. St. Therese described prayer as a "surge of the heart" that "expands the soul." Kids can have that experience, and that's what we hope to provide for our kids in CLOW - Children's Liturgy of the Word --a chance to hear God's stories, apply them to their world and pray them back to Heaven. Through that special message meant just for their age group, in CLOW, they will learn that they can trust God no matter what...

Prayer
God, you have given us all we need to know, love, and serve you. By sharing your Word in CLOW, we hope our kids can see the world with your eyes and heart. Keep us faithful to all you teach us. Let our hearts surge and our souls expand so we can encourage the same thing to happen to the kids you entrust to our care. Amen.

August 3

Therese had many sources of anxiety: Her childhood included the death of her mother at a very young age, bullying at school, a sensitive exterior, suffering from tuberculosis, and scruples, which is a form of religious OCD. She could have given in to despair, but she

constantly chose Christ and chose hope. So many of our students struggle as they reach their teen years, and our Middle Schoolers in "J" Walkers - Jesus Walkers need a place to feel accepted and loved. These years are where faith can be caught or discarded...

Prayer
Jesus, we see how Therese leaned into you as her world sometimes grew dark. Our preteens can relate to her struggles. We want to point to you always as our source of hope. Your response to our troubled hearts is powerful and swift. We lift up our Middle Schoolers to you today. Amen.

August 4
Therese entered the Carmelites at 15 years old. If that seems young, it is. She made a special application and even went to Rome to get her bishop's blessing so an exception could be made for the minimum age. Therese had a strong sense of purpose and calling even in her teens. For High Schoolers at St. Mary's, PathFinders is a chance to find their purpose and calling, to think and talk about their expanding world, and to know they are never alone in their search for meaning. It is also an opportunity to serve those in the community when a need arises...

Prayer
Lord, we have our teenagers on our minds today. They are capable of so much! Work through PathFinders and to encourage, challenge, and pray with High Schoolers at St. Mary's. Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful, both teen and adult alike, with your direction and protection. Amen.

August 5
Little things make a big difference. Therese's entire life was little things--washing the dishes, praying the rosary, doing the laundry, taking a walk, writing a journal by candlelight. But she found joy in ordinary things and understood the importance of them. In SMALL GROUPS for adults, we bring the weekly message from the church into our daily lives. Meeting weekly for a short time with other adults and running from 4-6 weeks at a time seems like a little thing, but it can make a big difference. Suppose we can show everyone that they have a story worth telling, a God who knows and notices them and that carving out a little time each week to meet with friends at church is worth their effort. In that case, we can give them a foundation for lasting faith. So, we pray for our adults in Small Groups...

Prayer
Jesus, you had a small group with your apostles. We want to follow your strategy and allow our adults to share their faith with friends. If they can form strong relationships and talk about

you during the weekly time, we trust you will change their lives and help them to love being here. Put us to work making that happen.

August 6
Therese is the patron for missionaries, which seems odd given that she was a cloistered nun who died at age 24, having traveled very little in her life. Yet her message has lived far beyond her death, and it is simply this: Love God in little ways. She worked as a sacristan by taking care of the altar and the chapel; she served in the refectory and the laundry room; she wrote plays for the community's entertainment. Again and again, she showed up for her sisters physically and emotionally. That's what we ask of our ministers as they serve in Faith Life-- show up in the lives of our young people...

Prayer

Jesus, you commanded us to go to every nation but also to our own neighbors. We pray for 100 ministers to serve in Faith Life ministries this year as missionaries--their mission field is our parish community. Its mission is to share your Good News with families, kids, teens, and adults in Small Groups. We trust you will provide the people and the plan. May our ministers flourish in their mission. Amen.

Week 2, August 7-13
1 Timothy 4

August 7
"Everything that God has created is good; nothing is to be rejected, but everything is to be received with a prayer of thanks because the word of God and the prayer make it acceptable to God." (1 Tim 4:4)
God is the Creator of everything, and everything He created is good, unique, and one of a kind. That means every person who was or will be is an original, including the kids, teens, and adults in our ministries. It's exciting to think that each one of us has our own box of gifts and talents. We, as a Church, have the amazing opportunity to help them figure out how to uncover and use those gifts. This is what Paul did for Timothy. You may recall Timothy because of Paul's letters while he was a young leader at church in Ephesus. Paul saw in this young man a passion and devotion to Jesus. By mentoring Timothy, Paul helped him understand his gifts and purpose, leading to Timothy becoming very influential in the early church. That same potential is in each of the kids and teens in our parish. When we as a
church help them find their purpose at a young age, they'll grow up understanding God's plan and purpose for their lives. We pray...

Prayer
Heavenly Father, you are the creator of all that is good. You have given each of us unique gifts and talents so that we can build your kingdom. Help us to use our gifts to help the Faith Life Ministry find its purpose so that all may honor you with their lives too. We love you and pray all this in the name of Jesus, Your Son. Amen.

August 8
"Do not let anyone look down on you because you are young, but be an example for the believers in your speech, your conduct, your love, faith, and purity." (1 Tim 4:12)
Paul had asked Timothy to help lead the new church in Ephesus. Even though Timothy was still a young man, Paul saw something in Timothy that made him think Timothy would be a great leader. He could see that Timothy had great potential to help others. Every member and parent in our church has the potential to be a leader in the Faith Life of children. GATHER is an opportunity to be an example for others by what you say and do with your children. And just like Paul encouraged Timothy to take steps in his faith, you can help your children understand that God made them love and serve others. Laying this foundation at an early age will establish a pattern of living that can change the path of their story. Let's pray and ask God for some help with that.

Prayer

God, you created each of us to love and serve others, but we sometimes forget that every family member can love and serve. Help us to be more like Paul. Teaching our children that it doesn't matter if you are young or old. Anyone can be an example for others. Help us to encourage our families to love and serve in all they say and do to make a difference. We ask these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

August 9
"Until I come, give your time and effort to the public reading of the scriptures to preaching and teaching." (1 Tim 4:13)
There is great power in understanding scripture with a group of people. Paul knew its power, so he encouraged Timothy to spend his time and effort reading and preaching scripture in a large group setting. At St. Mary's, we see how important it is for kids to hear the Word of God and experience God's story together in an age-appropriate environment. In CLOW, the Bible stories come alive as we use videos and music that engage our elementary students. To help them understand how they fit into God's account and how they can apply it as they live out

their faith. When you help kids uncover the wisdom found in scripture, you help them make connections between the Bible stories and their own lives. Let's pray and thank God for reminding us why it's essential to keep learning more about God through His Word.

Prayer

Heavenly Father, Your Word is amazing! Thank You that we can find answers and stories that can help us be more like you. Help us remember to take time to read the Bible with a community of believers so that we can discover more about you together. We love You, and we ask these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

August 10

Keep yourself training for a godly life. Physical exercise has some value, but spiritual practice is valuable because it promises life both for the present and future.
(1 Tim 4:7-8)
To live a godly life, we all need instruction. Growing in faith is not something that happens by memorizing information from the Bible. All that knowledge means nothing if we don't help middle schoolers experience what that knowledge can do in their hearts. Training your body is essential when you run a race or play a sport, but it's even more important to understand that God loves you and wants you to love others. That's not always easy. That's why middle schoolers need to train and practice their faith skills. To grow and mature in faith, we must put in the time and effort. With our "J Walkers" small groups, we create environments that help Middle Schoolers practice their faith by reading God's Word, praying, talking about Jesus with friends, and living out that faith daily. As they process their faith, they will naturally have questions and doubts. We want them to know they can talk about God and work through their questions with others. Let's ask Jesus to help us with our spiritual training so that we are prepared to help our middle schoolers practice their faith.

Prayer
Jesus, thank You for always being with us. Thank You for allowing us to help middle schoolers grow in a relationship with you. Please give us the courage to talk about You with them. You've put in our lives. Help us remember to help them practice hearing from you, praying for you, talking about you, and fully living for you. We love You, God, and pray these things in your name. Amen

August 11
"The Spirit says clearly that some people will abandon the faith in later times; they will obey lying spirits and follow the teachings of demons. Such Teachings are spread by deceitful liars whose consciences are dead as if burnt with a hot iron." (1 Tim 4:1-2)

Paul warns Timothy that false teaching is sure to come. False teachers were a threat to the church back then and are still a threat to the church today. We live in an age where information is at our fingertips. But not all that we read or see online or on TV is true. Often our teens get their information from TV, TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter. These sites and sites like them have a lot of helpful information, but they may have misinformation too.
How can we prepare the High Schoolers to know what is true? The answer is simple: helping them uncover the truth in the pages of God's Word. The only real way of confirming what is true is by diving into God's Word. High School students who grow in understanding will be equipped to discern what is true and false when they look at things through God's eyes. Let's pray that our PathFinders will grow in their understanding of God's Word this year.

Prayer
Dear God, thank You for Paul's warning to Timothy. He knew that Timothy would face false teachers and that we would too. Please give us the desire to better understand the Bible so we can help guide the High Schoolers in their understanding. Please help us remember Your words so we can follow your ways and not the ways of the world. We love You and ask all of these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

August 12
- "Do not neglect the spiritual gift that is in you, which has been given to you when the prophets spoke and the elders laid their hands on you." (1 Tim 4:14)
Timothy probably questioned whether he was the right guy to lead a church. Would people listen to him, would they follow the teachings of Jesus, or would they turn away from him because he was young? Paul wrote this letter to encourage Timothy, which should encourage us too. Paul reminded Timothy that God was with him and could use everything about him to make a difference for others. We all have been given spiritual gifts that God has chosen specifically for each of us so that we can build His kingdom here on earth. You see, God can use anyone to share His story, including you and me. Every person longs to feel included and know that their lives matter. We, as a church, have the opportunity to help everyone uncover their unique spiritual gifts to impact the lives of others. When we use our spiritual gifts to engage adults, we model for them what God is doing in our lives. Through our example and encouragement, they will begin to see that their lives matter too and can use their spiritual gifts to change the world. Let's pray for opportunities to use our spiritual gifts to help adults in our Small Groups so they also make a difference in our world.

Prayer
God, we're so thankful that You gave us unique gifts. Thank you for showing us how Paul encouraged Timothy to use his spiritual gifts. It's exciting to know that You see potential in us, just like You did in Timothy. Help us to be like you so that we can see the potential in our Small Group of adults and help them discover their spiritual gifts to build your kingdom here on earth. We ask these things in Jesus' name, amen.

August 13
"Practice these things and devote yourself to them so that all can see your progress. Watch yourself and watch your teaching. Keep on doing these things because if you do, you will save both yourself and those who hear you." (1 Tim 4:15-16)
Paul's last two verses in this chapter give us wisdom as ministers of the Church. Paul first tells Timothy to evaluate his life and his teachings. Suppose we want to grow stronger in our faith. In that case, we must consistently evaluate our hearts and then use that evaluation to make a plan. Once we have a plan, we need to actually execute or practice that plan. Just like you have to practice juggling a soccer ball to improve in soccer or practice your scales to play the piano, we need to practice our faith to grow. When you think of practice, it probably doesn't make you smile because training is not easy. That's why Paul also reminds Timothy to keep on doing these things." Paul knew that Timothy's perseverance would save all who heard him. This is a good lesson for us too. Just like runners keep going toward the finish line, we need to keep going, practicing what matters most. That means we must practice our faith even when our schedules are busy, or we are stressed out or when it seems no one is listening. They need us to be strong in our faith so that we can speak truth into their lives and ultimately help them to grow stronger in faith. Let's pray that we stay committed to practicing our faith so that we impact the Faith Life Ministry.

Prayer

Heavenly Father, we know that You can do all things. Thank You for being with us so we can do things that seem difficult. When we feel like giving up, please remind us of Paul and his letter to Timothy. Paul encouraged Timothy to practice his faith and persevere even when it was difficult. Help us to continue to practice our faith so that we can help bring everyone into a closer relationship with you. We love You, and we pray these things in Jesus' name. Amen.

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