Item Ten: They Despise the Truth, Brazenly Flout Principles, and Ignore the Arrangements of God's House (Part Four) Section One

II. Despising the Flesh in Which God Is Incarnate

In the last fellowship, we fellowshipped about the second sub-topic of the tenth manifestation of antichrists—despising the flesh in which God is incarnate. Where did we leave off in our fellowship? (How antichrists treat Christ depending on their mood.) We reached the item of “how they treat Christ depends on their mood.” Let’s first review what aspects were fellowshipped. How many situations were dissected regarding “depending on their mood”? (There were five situations: their behavior when confronted with being pruned, their behavior toward Christ when He was being hunted, when they engender notions about God incarnate, when they are promoted or dismissed, and when confronted with different environments.) That’s more or less it. When you listen to the content of these aspects, do you merely hear about the events within, or do you match them against yourselves, gaining and understanding the truth through these events? With what perspective do you listen? (When God exposes and dissects these states and manifestations, I can match them with myself. Sometimes, my behavior may not be completely the same as the manifestations of antichrists, but the revealed disposition and nature essence are the same.) The states, manifestations, and essences exposed exist to varying degrees in everyone. When people first come to believe in God, it’s hard for them to notice the manifestations of these corrupt dispositions in themselves, but as their experience of believing in God gradually deepens, they unconsciously become aware of certain dispositions and behaviors. Therefore, regardless of whether the specific manifestations touched upon by the content we discuss currently relate to you or whether you’ve engaged in such behaviors in the past, this does not mean these issues are unrelated to you; it doesn’t mean you won’t do such things in the future, nor does it mean you don’t possess such dispositions and behaviors. We’ve been fellowshipping and exposing the various manifestations of antichrists for over a year now. Spending over a year fellowshipping a topic and still not having finished, do you think the content of our fellowship is specific and thorough? (It is thorough.) It is extremely specific and thorough! Despite the fellowship reaching this level, many people still exhibit their original behaviors, not changing in the slightest. That is, the words spoken and the states, dispositions, and essences exposed don’t help them even a little bit. During this period, there are still some who continue to engage in reckless and unscrupulous behavior, act arbitrarily and dictatorially, and behave willfully and capriciously. They remain as they were before, or even become more rampant after gaining status, revealing themselves even more thoroughly. In addition, there are always some people being replaced and cleared out—what’s going on here? (It’s because these people have never accepted the truth; they’ve heard so many sermons but haven’t taken them to heart.) One of the reasons is that these people never accept the truth; they are averse to the truth and do not love positive things. Another reason is that they inherently possess the essence of antichrists, unable to accept the truth or positive things. Therefore, even though I have fellowshipped on and exposed the various essences and manifestations of antichrists with such specificity, these antichrists and evil people still act unbridled and without fear, doing whatever they wish. Isn’t this determined by their essence? It is truly impossible for these people to change their nature; they remain unaffected by sermons no matter how many they hear, and unrepentant as well. Judging from their daily lives, their attitude toward doing their duties, and the manner in which they do them, they don’t accept the truth at all and their dispositions haven’t changed in the slightest; these words are like preaching to the deaf—utterly ineffective. These words don’t affect antichrists, but have they had a certain inhibiting effect on you? Have they served to restrain certain behaviors and elevate the standards of your conscience and morality? (Somewhat.) If they haven’t had this effect on someone, then are they still human? They are not; they are devils. Of course, after hearing these words, most people have gained some discernment of the various disposition essences of antichrists, and have developed a hatred for antichrists’ dispositions from deep within, while also gaining some understanding and knowledge of their own corrupt disposition essences. This is a good sign, a good thing. But are there people who become increasingly negative the more they listen? Upon hearing these words, they think, “It’s over. Every time the manifestations, states, and dispositions of antichrists are exposed, they completely match up with mine. Not once are they irrelevant to me. When can I completely dissociate myself from the disposition of antichrists? When can I show some manifestations of God’s people, of God’s beloved sons?” The more they listen, the more negative they become, the more they feel they have no path to follow. Is this reaction normal? (No.) Do you feel negative? (No.) Every time you hear Me expose these manifestations and events of antichrists, does it sting or cause discomfort? Do you feel ashamed? (It stings, we feel ashamed.) Regardless of what feelings you have, the fact that it doesn’t lead to negativity is good; you have stood firm. However, not being negative isn’t enough; it doesn’t achieve the purpose, it’s not the ultimate goal. You need to reach knowledge of yourselves through these words. It’s not about understanding one aspect of behavior but knowing your own disposition and essence. This understanding should enable you to find the way to practice in life and in the process of doing your duty, knowing what actions are in line with antichrists’ behavior, what actions reveal an antichrist’s disposition, and what actions are principled. If you can achieve this, then you haven’t listened to these words in vain; they have had an effect on you. Next, we’ll continue to fellowship about the fourth manifestation of how antichrists treat God incarnate—merely listening to that which Christ says, but neither obeying nor submitting.

D. Merely Listening to That Which Christ Says, but Neither Obeying nor Submitting

Antichrists merely listen to that which Christ says, but neither obey nor submit; so, how do they listen? This phrase essentially summarizes the attitude with which they listen: There’s no compliance, no genuine submission; they don’t accept from the heart, but merely listen with their ears, not listening or apprehending with their hearts. Looking at it literally, the behavior and disposition of antichrists in this respect can be summarized by these basic elements. From the perspective of the disposition essence of antichrists, such people neither obey nor yield to anything that comes from God or anything considered good and positive by God or humans, and anything that conforms to natural laws; instead they look down on such things, and have their own perspectives and views. Are their perspectives in line with the rules and laws of positive things? No. Their perspectives boil down to two aspects: One is the laws of Satan, and the other is in line with Satan’s interests and Satan’s nature essence. Therefore, concerning the flesh in which God is incarnate, the perspectives and attitudes of antichrists essentially boil down to two things: One is the logic and laws of Satan, and the other is the disposition essence of Satan. Christ is the spokesperson for God as He performs a stage of work on earth, He is the expression and incarnation of God as He performs a stage of work on earth. For such a role, antichrists, apart from curiosity, a liking for scrutiny, and treating Him as they would a person of status to fawn over and flatter, have no genuine belief and following in their hearts, much less real love and submission. Regarding Christ, a figure who seems insignificant in the eyes of corrupt humankind, His appearance is ordinary and normal; His speech, behavior, and bearing, as well as all aspects of His humanity, are also ordinary and normal. Even more so, the form, manner, and method of the work He does appear extremely ordinary, normal, and practical in the eyes of everyone. They are not supernatural, not hollow, not vague, and not detached from real life. In short, from the outside, Christ doesn’t appear lofty. His speech, actions, and bearing are not profound or abstract. Observing through human eyes, no mysteries are seen, nor anything incomprehensible; He is just too practical, too normal. Before we discuss the essence and nature of all the work carried out by God incarnate, let’s consider all that is outwardly visible to people about this role of God incarnate: His speech, behavior, bearing, everyday routine, personality, interests, educational level, the issues He cares about and discusses, His way of treating and interacting with people, as well as the things He articulates knowledge about, and so on. All these, in man’s view, are not supernatural, lofty, or hollow, but are especially practical. All these aspects are a test for everyone who follows Christ; but for those who truly believe in God, who have conscience and reason, once they understand some truths, they summarize all these normal and practical manifestations of Christ on the outside under the category of God incarnate to understand, comprehend, and submit. However, only antichrists don’t do this; they can’t do it. Deep in their hearts, such an exceedingly ordinary figure as Christ seems to them to lack something. What exactly is missing? Deep inside, antichrists often feel that such an ordinary person doesn’t quite seem like a god. They also frequently demand that such an ordinary person should speak, act, and behave in a way that, to them, would befit a true god, the christ of their imagination. Therefore, looking deep into the hearts of antichrists, they are unwilling to accept such an ordinary person as their lord, as their god. The more normal, practical, and ordinary an aspect of Christ is, the more it is despised, scorned, and even regarded with hostility by antichrists. Thus, regarding any aspect of Christ’s behavior, including His words, antichrists deep down cannot accept them, and are even resistant to them.

What does Christ’s speech include? Sometimes it’s about making work arrangements, sometimes pointing out someone’s deficiencies, sometimes exposing the corrupt essence of a certain type of person, sometimes analyzing the essence and all the details of an issue to dissect the problems involved, sometimes judging the right and wrong of a matter, sometimes determining the outcome for a certain type of person, sometimes promoting some people, sometimes dismissing some people, sometimes pruning some people, and sometimes comforting and exhorting some people. Of course, in addition to the truths related to people’s life disposition that Christ speaks of during His work, He also frequently touches upon all manner of things, as well as some topics related to human knowledge and various professional fields. Christ is a normal and practical person; He does not live in a vacuum. He has thoughts and viewpoints on all matters concerning human existence and life, and He approaches these matters with principles. If these principles relate to the topics of people’s survival, people’s life entry, worship of God, can it be said that they are all truths? (Yes.) The words concerning human knowledge, philosophy, and some professional matters that Christ speaks of cannot be directly called the truth, but they differ in viewpoint, attitude, and principle from what humans know on these topics. For example, humans might adopt a reverential attitude toward a piece of knowledge, living by it, whereas Christ can dissect and discern all kinds of knowledge and treat them correctly. Take for instance your expertise in a certain profession and your mastery of the related knowledge. What can you achieve with your application of this knowledge? How do you apply this knowledge in the process of doing your duty? Are there any truth principles involved? If you don’t understand the truth, then there are no principles, and you rely solely on knowledge in doing your duty. Although I might not be an expert in that profession or have a deep understanding of that knowledge, only grasping the general idea and knowing some fundamentals, I know how to apply this knowledge in a way and with principles that enable it to serve God’s work effectively. This is the difference. Antichrists, because they do not accept the truth, will never see this point and will never understand what the essence of Christ really is. Christ possesses God’s essence—where exactly is this statement actualized and manifested, how should people treat it, and what benefits and gains do people receive from it? Antichrists will never see this aspect. Why is that? There’s a most important reason: No matter how antichrists look at the flesh in which God is incarnate, they see only a person. They measure from a human perspective, using human knowledge, experience, intellect, scheming, and trickery to look, but no matter how they look, they can’t see anything special in this person, nor can they discern that He has God’s essence. Tell Me, can they see it with the naked eye? (No.) What if they use a microscope or an X-ray? They’d be even less likely to see it then. Some people ask: “If it can’t be seen with the naked eye or a microscope, can those who are in contact with the spiritual realm see it?” (No.) Those in contact with the spiritual realm can see into that realm and perceive spirits, so why can’t they discern God incarnate? Do you think Satan can see God in the spiritual realm? (Yes.) Like God, Satan exists in the spiritual realm, but does it acknowledge God as God? (No.) Does it follow or believe in God? (No.) Satan can see God every day, yet it neither believes in nor follows Him. So, even if those in contact with the spiritual realm could see God’s Spirit, would they acknowledge this Spirit as God? (No.) Does this explanation resolve the root of the issue? (Yes.) What is the root here? (They don’t acknowledge God and don’t fear Him.) Deep down, antichrists don’t acknowledge God. Their ancestors, their very roots, didn’t acknowledge God. Even with God right before their eyes, they neither acknowledge nor worship Him. Then, how could they worship God incarnate, who appears so ordinary and insignificant? They absolutely could not. Therefore, regardless of what means antichrists use to see, it’s futile. From the time God began His work until now, God has spoken so many words and done such great work. Isn’t this the greatest sign and wonder in the human world? If antichrists could acknowledge it, they would have believed long ago; they wouldn’t have waited until now. Do some people think, “Antichrists just haven’t seen enough of God’s actual deeds, so they remain unconvinced; if God were to show some signs and wonders, let them see what the spiritual realm is really like, and if they saw God’s real person and that all His words were fulfilled, then they would acknowledge and follow God”? Is that how it is? Having contended with God in the spiritual realm for so many years without being convinced, would antichrists suddenly submit in just a few years? That’s impossible; their nature essence is unchangeable. God incarnate has done so much work and spoken so many words, yet none of this can conquer them, nor can they acknowledge God’s identity and essence. This is their innate nature. What does this nature indicate? It means that such people as antichrists will forever wage war against God, the truth, and positive things, fighting to the bitter end, never ceasing until death. Aren’t they the rightful targets of destruction? What does “never ceasing until death” mean? It means they’d rather die than acknowledge God’s words as the truth, they’d rather die than submit to God. This is deserving of death.

Antichrists, when it comes to Christ, this ordinary person, scrutinize Him not only from the outside but also from within. Thus, when Christ speaks and acts, antichrists exhibit a variety of behaviors. Let’s expose their nature essence through the various manifestations antichrists exhibit in response to Christ’s speech and actions. For instance, when Christ fellowships about work and the truth principles with people, He mentions some specific practices. These involve how people should specifically carry out and implement a task during the process of doing their duty. Generally, no task is just about discussing theory, shouting slogans, pepping everyone up, and then having everyone take an oath and it’s done; every task related to duty is complex and involves certain details. For example: How to choose the right person; how to handle and treat various people’s different states; how to handle various problems that arise during the process of doing duty according to principles; how to achieve harmonious cooperation among people without acting arbitrarily and dictatorially, or behaving willfully and capriciously; and so on, covering various topics. When Christ fellowships about specific work that needs to be implemented and which needs someone to be in charge, it’s possible for individuals to encounter difficulties. Shouting slogans and preaching doctrines are easy, but actual implementation is not so simple. At the very least, people need to expend effort, pay a price, and spend time to actually go and carry out these tasks. This involves, in one regard, finding suitable individuals, and, in another, learning about the profession involved, researching the common knowledge and theories related to various professional aspects, and the specific methods and approaches of operation. Additionally, they might encounter some challenging issues. Generally, normal people feel a bit daunted upon hearing about these difficulties, feeling some pressure, but those who are loyal and submissive to God, when faced with difficulties and feeling pressured, will silently pray in their hearts, asking God for guidance, to increase their faith, for enlightenment and assistance, and also asking for protection against making mistakes, so that they can fulfill their loyalty and exert their utmost effort so as to achieve a clear conscience. However, people such as antichrists are not like this. When they hear about specific arrangements in work from Christ that they need to implement and that the work has some difficulties, they start feeling resistant internally, and are unwilling to proceed. What does this unwillingness look like? They say: “Why do good things never come my way? Why am I always given problems and demands? Am I considered idle or a slave to be ordered around? I’m not that easy to manipulate! You say it so lightly, why don’t You try doing it Yourself!” Is this submission? Is this an attitude of acceptance? What are they doing? (Resisting, opposing.) How does this resistance and opposition arise? For instance, if told, “Go buy a few pounds of meat and cook a meal of braised pork for everyone,” would they oppose this? (No.) But if told, “Today, go and till that land, and while tilling, you need to finish removing the stones first before you can have your meal,” they would become unwilling. Once it involves physical hardship, difficulty, or pressure, their resentment surfaces, and they become unwilling to proceed; they start to resist and complain: “Why don’t good things happen to me? When it’s time for easy or light tasks, why am I overlooked? Why am I chosen for the hard, tiring, or dirty work? Is it because I seem guileless and easy to push around?” This is where the internal resistance begins. Why are they so resistant? What “dirty and tiring work”? What “difficulties”? Aren’t these all part of their duty? Whoever is assigned should do it; what’s there to pick and choose about? Is it about deliberately making things difficult for them? (No.) But they believe it is deliberately making things difficult for them, putting them on the spot, so they don’t accept this duty from God and are unwilling to accept it. What is going on here? Is it that when they face difficulties, need to endure physical hardship, and can no longer live in comfort, they become resistant? Is this unconditional, complaint-free submission? They become unwilling at the slightest difficulty. Anything they don’t want to do, any work they perceive as difficult, undesirable, demeaning, or looked down upon by others, they fiercely resist, object to, and refuse, showing not the slightest bit of submission. The first reaction of antichrists when faced with Christ’s words, commands, or the principles He fellowships about—as soon as it causes them difficulties or requires them to suffer or pay a price—is resistance and refusal, feeling repulsion in their hearts. However, when it comes to things they are willing to do or that benefit them, their attitude is not the same. Antichrists desire to indulge in comfort and stand out, but are they delighted and happily willing to accept when they face the suffering of the flesh, the need to pay a price, or even risk offending others? Can they achieve absolute submission then? Not in the slightest; their attitude is entirely one of disobedience and recalcitrance. When people such as antichrists are faced with things they don’t want to do, things that don’t align with their preferences, tastes, or self-interests, their attitude toward Christ’s words becomes one of absolute refusal and resistance, without a trace of submission.

Some people, while listening to Christ speak, start to form thoughts: “Why does Christ say this? How could He treat this matter with this view? How could He hold such an opinion, how could He define something this way? Is this also the truth? Are these also God’s words? I don’t think so. The way God speaks in the Bible is recorded differently, with a certain kind of rationality, without going into these detailed and trivial matters. Why does Christ speak like this? It’s always about details and dissecting details; can God really speak like this?” They don’t have notions each time they read God’s words, and what they think is, “These are God’s words; I must rely on them to obtain life, salvation, and blessings.” However, when they actually interact with Christ and hear His views, comments, and attitudes on some matters, as well as His ways of handling certain people, they start to form opinions, which can be considered as human notions. When antichrists engender notions in their hearts, will they pray to God to prune their notions? Absolutely not. They continually measure Christ’s words by their own notions without a trace of a heart of submission. Thus, when they develop notions about Christ, they start feeling resistant inside and gradually become antagonistic toward Christ. When such antagonism arises, do antichrists still plan to submit? Do they still plan to accept? In their hearts, they begin to resist, thinking, “Hmph, now I’ve got some leverage over You. Aren’t You supposed to be God? Aren’t all Your words the truth? It turns out You also reason logically when You do things, and You judge matters based on what You see with Your eyes. Your actions don’t align with God’s essence!” They start to feel disobedience inside. When this disobedience arises, it is revealed on the outside. They might say, “What You say seems right, but I need to check God’s words to see what He says about that. I need to pray to God to see how He leads me. I need to wait and seek, to see how God guides and enlightens me. As for what You’ve said, it’s no longer within my consideration, and it can’t be the basis for my actions.” What manifestation is this? (Denying Christ.) They deny Christ, but why do they still read The Word Appears in the Flesh? (God, I think they only acknowledge a vague God in heaven and outright deny Christ on earth.) Antichrists consistently live within hollow words and doctrines, revering a lofty, invisible God. Therefore, they highly revere and esteem the written words that are the recorded sayings of Christ, yet regard Christ, who is as ordinary as one can be, as having no status in their hearts whatsoever. Isn’t this contradictory? When they harbor notions about Christ, they say, “I need to pray and seek to see what God’s words say.” Acknowledging only God’s words but not Christ, who are they? (Antichrists.) No matter how significant or profound their notions about Christ’s words may be, once those words are printed, their notions disappear. Once the words become text, they worship them as God. Isn’t this the same error made by Pharisees and those in religious circles? Failing to understand the truth makes it easy for these manifestations and notions to arise. After antichrists develop notions, their hearts cannot submit; there is no submission, only resistance.

Under what circumstances do ordinary people develop notions, or, what kind of people are prone to developing notions? One kind is those who do not understand God’s words, and another is those who do not have spiritual understanding and do not accept the truth; they are prone to developing notions. Once notions arise, they begin to resist in their hearts. For instance, I might tell people to do something a certain way based on the background, environment, and human needs at that time. Later, as time passes and situations change, the way and method of handling the matter might also change. However, this change gives antichrists an opportunity to develop notions: “You previously said this, declaring it as the truth and telling people to practice it that way. We finally understood and were able to practice and adhere to it, thinking we had hope for blessings, and now You’re telling us to do it differently—what does this mean? Aren’t You tormenting us? Aren’t You treating us as less than human? What exactly is the right way to do it?” Any change in method, approach, or statement can infuriate some people—these individuals are those who do not understand the truth at all and cannot comprehend it. They measure all that God does with old viewpoints, old theories, some human moral standards, standards of conscience, and even some logical thinking and human knowledge. When all this contradicts what Christ has said or when discrepancies arise in the middle, they don’t know how to handle it. When unsure of how to proceed, normal people should be able to calm down and accept first, then gradually seek to understand. However, antichrists aren’t like this. They first resist and then pray before a vague God, appearing like they are practicing the truth and loving God very much. What’s the purpose of their prayer? It’s to find sufficient evidence to deny Christ’s words, to condemn and criticize what Christ has said, to achieve peace of mind. This is how they resolve their notions. Can this resolve their notions? (No.) Why not? (Because they don’t accept the truth. They aren’t seeking the truth from God’s words but are trying to deny God.) Exactly, they aren’t resolving their notions with an attitude of accepting the truth or in a manner that accepts the truth. Their notions aren’t cast aside; they persist in their hearts. Therefore, such an approach will never resolve their notions, will never allow them to let go of their notions. Instead, these notions accumulate over time; as time goes on and the years of their belief in God increase, so do their notions and imaginings. Consequently, their attitude toward Christ, toward this ordinary person, inevitably becomes increasingly weighed down with notions. At the same time, the barrier in their hearts toward Christ and their resentment toward Him also grows. Carrying these barriers and notions while doing their duties, attending gatherings, and eating and drinking God’s words, what can they ultimately gain? Apart from their desires for blessings increasing day by day, they gain nothing.

Do you have any notions about Christ? People’s demands of God shape their notions about Christ. Where do these demands come from? They arise from people’s ambitions, desires, notions, and imaginings. So, what kind of notions do people develop? They believe Christ should say this or that, that He should speak and act in certain ways. For instance, when someone feels negative and weak, they might think, “Isn’t God love? God is like a loving mother, like a compassionate father; God should provide comfort to people. Forget about the God in heaven; He’s unreachable. Now that God has come to earth, people have this convenient access. Since I’m feeling negative, I need to go before God and pour out my heart.” And while pouring out their heart, they shed tears, talk about their difficulties, weaknesses, and openly discuss their corrupt disposition. What are people really seeking in their hearts? They want to be comforted, they want to hear pleasant words, they want God to say words that will alleviate their sadness, cheer them up, bring comfort, and stop them from feeling negative. Isn’t that the case? Especially for a certain type of person, they harbor this imagining: “For humans, weakness and negativity are just that, but for God, just a single sentence can leave a person entirely refreshed, all troubles and sorrows in their heart vanishing instantly. Weakness and negativity will dissipate like smoke, and they can be strong in the face of anything, no longer weak or mired in negativity, standing firm in their testimony. Well then, let Christ speak!” Tell Me, what should I say when faced with such a situation? For one thing, I need to figure out why this person is feeling negative and what duty they are doing; for another, I should fellowship about the principles one should uphold in the process of doing their duty. Isn’t this putting it clearly? For some who are foolish and stubborn and don’t accept the truth, it’s necessary to say something disciplinary to stimulate them, to encourage them. At the same time, it’s also necessary to expose the nature essence of this type of person, so they understand what always being negative is about and why they are perpetually negative. If I say that those who are always negative are people who don’t accept the truth, who don’t love the truth, can they find comfort after hearing this? (No.) Suppose I said this: “Being constantly negative is normal. It’s a childlike manifestation; it’s like a child bearing the burdens of an adult, becoming perpetually negative due to the weight. You are of small stature, young, and haven’t experienced much, so you need to learn gradually. Moreover, your parents also have a responsibility; they haven’t taught you well, so it’s not your fault.” They might then ask, “So what is this corrupt disposition of mine?” “This isn’t a corrupt disposition; it’s just that you’re too young and come from a good family environment; you’re spoiled and pampered. In a couple years, as you grow up, it’ll get better.” Would they feel comforted upon hearing this? If I added a big hug and transmitted some positive energy, wouldn’t they feel warm inside? This way, they would feel they have experienced God’s love and warmth. But Christ usually doesn’t act like this. He might actually do so for older children as a form of comfort, but for every adult, He wouldn’t act this way; that would be called deceiving a fool. Instead, He will speak to the point, show you a path, clarify what’s really going on, and let you freely choose. What kind of person you are determines the path you walk. Looking at the essence of everything Christ does, He isn’t deceiving or toying with people, but they can’t accept this. They don’t face the facts, yet this is Christ’s very essence; He can only act this way. If people can’t accept this, doesn’t this create a conflict between people and God? If they can’t achieve their goal and also don’t accept the truth, doesn’t this create a barrier? (Yes.) This gets lodged in people’s hearts. People originally thought God was very loving, gentle like a mother or grandmother. But now, seeing things aren’t that way and not feeling even a bit of warmth, they feel disheartened. Can their imagining that “just one sentence from Christ can pull me out of negativity” be fulfilled? “As long as Christ comes to solve my problems, I guarantee I’ll feel warm inside instantly, and I’ll never be negative again; everything will become clear, and a path will open up.” Is this imagining realistic? Can this goal be achieved? (No.) Therefore, in this matter, if people always rely on their notions and imaginings, it won’t work; they must seek the truth to resolve the issue.

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