PRAYER GUIDE: SEPT - NOV 2009
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PRAYER OF ALIGNMENT WITH GODâ€™S PURPOSES(1)
I Chronicles 626-27 reveals that Elkanah was a Levite. I Samuel 1 says he was from Zuph in the hill country of Ephraim. Hannah, his wife was barren which was made more painful by the provocation of Peninnah, her mate. Her initial reactions were weeping and refusing to eat and depression (being down cast). She changed.
1.Â Â Â She refused to settle for less; nothing that Elkanah would say or do would comfort her (I Samuel 14,8).
2.Â Â Â She cast her anxiety upon God. â€œIn bitterness of soul Hannah wept much and prayed to the Lordâ€(vs 10); see also (Phil 4:6-7, 1Pet 5:7)
3.Â Â Â She offered the son to God with a vow. Her prayer aligned with the will and purpose of God. She was from a priestly family. Her son will be a Levite. She wanted a son and God was looking for a priest to take over from Eli. Her prayer struck a chord with Godâ€™s purpose.
4.Â Â Â She persevered in prayer. â€œShe kept on praying to the Lordâ€ (vs 12). â€œThen Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give upâ€ (Lk 18:1).
5.Â Â Â She prayed in faith. â€œThen she went her way and ate something and her face was no longer downcastâ€ (vs 18). She believed the matter was settled and went her way rejoicing.
Prayer is not just petitioning God over the provocations that the â€œPeninnahsâ€ bring into our lives. What do we see as Godâ€™s stake in our lives? What do we see as what will bring God glory in the answer to our prayers? How will our prayers align with Godâ€™s will and purposes? These are the steps to receiving sure answers to prayer. The Holy Spirit helped Hannah to go beyond depression, to asking prayer in the acceptable time of Godâ€™s favour and she received what she asked for and more.
May we learn to listen to God as we face difficulties and pray as He leads us. That way, we will also strike a chord with His purposes through the situations we are challenged by.
Tues., Sept. 1
God is infinite: God is measureless, limitless and boundless. Godâ€™s power is limitless. Ps 147:5, Rom 11:33. God has no beginning or end and no limits.
Wed., Sept. 2
God is immutable or unchangeable: All that God is, He has always been. All that He has been and is, He will ever be. He cannot change because He is perfect and will remain perfect. Ps 102: 25-28, Num 23: 19, Mal 3:16, Heb 13:8.
Thurs., Sept. 3
God is transcendent: We must not think of God as highest in order of beings. This would be to grant Him eminence, or even pre-eminence, but this is not enough. He is transcendent- existing beyond the created universe and all creatures (Ps 113:4-5).
Fri., Sept. 4
God is Jehovah or Yahweh: The name of the independent and self-existent being- â€œI AM WHO I AMâ€ â€“ only belongs to Jehovah God. As we consider His greatness, we fall down in fear and awe of this one who possesses all authority (Ex 3:13-15)
Sat., Sept. 5
God is omnipotent: God is and has all power. Since God is infinite, He has infinite power. Jer 32:17-18, 26-27, Matt 26:64, 28:18, I Tim 6:15.
Sun., Sept. 6
God is Jehovah-Jireh: This means â€œthe God who sees and providesâ€ every need. God sees, He makes provision for it. Just as He provided yesterday, He will provide today and tomorrow. He grants deliverance for sin, the oil of joy for the ashes of sorrow, and eternal citizenship in His kingdom. Gen 22:9-14.
Mon., Sept. 7
God is good: The goodness of God is what disposes Him to be kind, benevolent, and full of good will toward all creation. Ps. 119:65-72.
National Plan 2009-2010 Ministry Year
Tues., Sept. 8
Pray that the theme for the year: Networking for Ministry Development (1 Cor 3:6-9, Ex 17:10-13) will be fully realized as;
i.Â Â Â All stakeholders have a clear understanding of our National Strategy and their part in it.
ii.Â Â Â Enabled labourers model outreach and discipleship in identified contexts.
Wed., Sept. 9
Pray for the staff as they focus on partner development, that they may see resource development as an integral part of ministry. Pray for the Holy Spiritâ€™s enablement for Jerry and Julie Faruk and BulusÂ Gwashi as they facilitate this in a workshop next month.
Thurs., Sept. 10
Thank God for the cross-cultural communication, strengthening your interpersonal skills (SYIS) and staff management training courses undertaken by our staff and key labourers recently. Pray they develop capacity in those areas for effectiveness in ministry.
Fri., Sept. 11
Pray that we will be able to clarify and strengthen the mandate of the Missions and Member Care Committee (MMCC), and also identify and survey four priority people groups within Nigeria and four West African countries by December 2009.
Sat., Sept. 12
Pray that we will have prepared four teams of missionaries with appropriate tools, and platforms to enter identified locations from September 2010 and increase missionary awareness and consciousness among Navigators and contacts.
Sun., Sept. 13
Pray that we will be able to empower our labours to actually participate in taking the gospel back to their roots and to stay connected from September 2009, through understanding their various communities and extended family networks.
Mon., Sept. 14
Pray for greater dependence on the Holy Spirit for His leading and empowerment in our sharing of the gospel at home and abroad. (Gen 1:2, Mic 3:8, Jn 16:8-11, Acts 1:8).
Tues., Sept. 15
Thank God for sustaining our missionaries, Zach and Rose Bungwon (Chad), Felix and Nema Kohol (Burkina Faso), Chris and Chi Oliobi (South Africa), Udobong and Gertrude Idemetor (South Africa), Bulus and Salama Silas Bossan (Uganda), Msuega and Mhide Tese (Angola), Tanko and Phoebe Mbwara (Niger Republic). Pray also for Godâ€™s protection of their children and provision of their needs.
Wed., Sept. 16
Pray for Okorie and Chi Kalu who lead the work of The Navigators in English-speaking West African countries. Pray for Godâ€™s encouragement as they seek to deploy missionaries in new fields of Liberia and Sierra Leone. Pray against all satanic hindrances and that the victory of Jesus be enforced on all these countries.
Thurs., Sept. 17
Pray for the raising, development and deployment of new labourers in our work (Matt 9:35-38).
Thank God for Mlaku Yerima and Ikita Umar who will be rounding up their two year staff training programme in December. Pray that they finish strong and pray for Adedayo Mofikoya, Olukayode Adelaja and Michael Otitoju, who are beginning theirs this month. Pray that they experience Godâ€™s sufficient and sustaining grace.
Fri., Sept. 18
Liberia and Sierra Leone are two English-Speaking countries in West Africa with much need for spiritual and economic reconstruction and rehabilitation. They had both experienced much spiritual pollution due to bloodshed and the activities of occult groups. Use Gen 1:2-3, Ish 60:1-3 and Lk 4:18-19 to pray that the light of God will disperse the spiritual darkness and men and women are set free to embrace Christ as Lord.
Ministry to the Focus
Sat., Sept. 19
Pray for our labourers within and outside Nigeria who are ministering primarily to the Focus for encouragement to persevere in the face of much opposition and slowness of fruitfulness, protection from satanic attack, wisdom, tact and skilfulness in ministry, and abiding fruit.
National Prayer Ministry
Sun., Sept. 20
Pray for the National prayer team to grow in seeking God and being led by the Holy Spirit. Pray for all who receive this prayer Guide to effectively use it in prayer. Pray that prayer will permeate all we are and do as Navigators.
Mon., Sept. 21
Pray that God will touch many to give to support the prayer ministry, publication and posting of this prayer guide. Pray for Godâ€™s provision as the cost of production and distribution continues to rise.
Tues., Sept. 22
Thank God for the prayer retreats held in January and June and for their impacts on the growth of the God seeking movement in our work. Pray for increased thirst for God (Ps 42:1-2, 63:1) and pray especially for increased seeking of the work of the Holy Spirit in helping us to pray aright (Jn 7:37-39, Rom 8:26-27).
Wed., Sept. 23
Pray for Peter Ter and the Holistic Ministry Team as they think and pray over the concept of Holistic Ministry in the Navigator Ministry in Nigeria, that God will give them wisdom to clearly articulate the concepts and issues involved.
Thur., Sept. 24
Pray for the Rural University work going on in Peter Terâ€™s village that God will bring fruits to the work going on there and that the people will respond to the empowerment/development activities in place there.
Fri., Sept. 25
Thank God for the various youth camps that held across the country in August to clarify the gospel and train them in their faith in Godâ€™s word and courage to be â€˜change agentsâ€™ because of Godâ€™s power in their lives through the gospel and scriptures. Thank God for the answers to prayers. Pray they will continue in the applications they made.
Sat., Sept. 26
Thank God for the entire young leaders who were available during the camps that are learning to lead others and being great influence that the effort will transmit even back in their locations.
Okorie & Chi Kalu (Zaria)
Sun., Sept. 27
Pray that Chi would continue to find strength in the Lord as she works in an unfriendly setting.
Mon., Sept. 28
Join us to thank God for His favours to us as a family especially to our children. Okem travelled alone for holidays. Nkem had a good time working on a project that took her to Zambia, while Nomfe was able to work on an internship over the summer holidays.
Tues., Sept. 29
Pray for Godâ€™s grace for Okorie as he travels to strengthen and encourage staff throughout Africa.
Pray for us to make the most of the times in between trips as a family.
Wed., Sept. 30
Pray for the survey trips to Liberia and Sierra Leone with Viashima Agu this October, that God will go ahead to open doors and prepare the way.
Thurs., Oct. 1
As Nigeria celebrates 49 years of independence today, letâ€™s thank God for keeping the nation together despite the various challenges we have had.
Fri., Oct. 2
Pray for the power supply situation in the country which is crippling every sector of the economy, that God will give the authorities wisdom on how to tackle the situation.
Sat., Oct. 3
Pray for peace and security in the country with special emphasis on militancy situation in Niger-Delta, Bokoharam in the North, and security in general in the nation. Also pray for stability to return to our federal and state universities across the country, that Government will play their part and lecturers will play theirs too.
Sun., Oct. 4
Pray for the leadership of this nation at whatever level, from local government to federal government level, that God will give them wisdom and direction to lead well.
Tanko and Phoebe Mbwara (Niger Republic)
Mon., Oct. 5Â Â Â Â Â Â
Malik and Hannatou started their 2 year training in March 2009. It has been going on very well. Thank God for it. Pray that God will give them a Spirit of wisdom and revelation so that they may know him better, and that their eyes will be enlightened so that they will know the hope to which God has called them and the riches of His grace (Eph.1:16-19). Also pray that God will prepare them in heart and skill to become FOCUS laborers in Niger. (Matt.9:36-38).
Tues., Oct. 6
Thank God for Joshua's success in the JAMB University entry exam and pray that God will give him admission into University for him to read the course of his choice. Pray for success in his final exam in High school and for scholarship for University education.
Wed., Oct. 7
Pray Eph 1:16-19 for our children: Joshua, Emoseh and Tidwa. Spirit of wisdom and revelation so that they may know God better and that their eyes would be enlightened so that they know the hope to which God has called them.
Thurs., Oct. 9
About 10 of our FOCUS friends have been hearing the good news. Pray that God will open their eyes to see the Savior, their ears to hear the Savior and their hearts to understand the Savior so as to come into his Kingdom. (Matt13:15-16).
Fri., Oct. 10
â€œWe see a vital movement of the Gospel, fuelled by prevailing prayers, flowing freely through relational networks and out into the nations. Workers for the Kingdom are next door to every personâ€. The starting point is to lay a foundation of possessors of NATIONS from generation to generations made up of 12 nationals who are totally committed to the Lordship of Christ, to the word of God as the final authority in life and conduct, to one another in community life, to The Navigators CORE [calling, values and vision] yet Rooted in the FOCUS community so as to keep on multiplying to possess the nations of Niger and beyond. So join us to pray Ps. 2:8 at this time in our missionary work in Niger.
North East Zone
Sat., Oct. 11
Thank the Lord for the successful wedding that Terna and Mnenge Bitto had. Please pray that as they start a new home, it will be founded on the Lord Jesus Christ.
Sun., Oct. 12
Jesse Mamman, Sedoo Dio, Paul Oviero and Niyi Asiyanbi will complete their national service in October, 2009. Please pray for them as they think and plan about the future, that the Lord will guide them.
Mon., Oct. 13
Please pray for our brand new North East Zone, that the Lord will â€œpour water on the thirsty land, and streams on the day ground.â€ That He will â€œpour out my spirit on your offspring.â€ (Ish 44: 3). Pray that He will raise labourers all over the zone who will actively advance the gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom.
Tues., Oct. 14
Achira and Mâ€™ember have moved house to another neighbourhood. Pray that as we settle down we will be good neighbours and the Lord will give us favour before our new neighbours. May the Lord use our new house as a suitable ministry base. (Location: Damboa Rd, near Old International School, Maiduguri).
John & Lina Mamman (Jos)
Wed., Oct. 15
Please join us thank God for helping us to focus on Him admit the many big challenges we have faced as a family recently. Pray that we will continue to look up to Him for strength (Isa. 4110). Pray that our home will continue to be a shelter for all who come into it and that the fragrance/aroma of Christ will permeate it all the time.
Thurs., Oct. 16
The transition for John has been prolonged due to the inability of the Leadership Team to find a replacement for his role as National Secretary. At the time of going to press, he was still performing that role and that of Resource Development Coordinator. Please pray for wisdom and strength. Also pray for sensitivity for leadership as they seek for some one to relieve him.
Fri., Oct. 17
Ibrahim is still trusting God for admission into the university. Pray that his IJMB exam result will be good and that he will be accepted in a university soon. Also pray that Jesse will transit well into life after national service (NYSC) and that God will open the right door for him to continue to serve God.
Chimela & Joy Ule (Jos)
Sat., Oct. 18
Today marks our one year wedding anniversary. Thank God with us as He has helped us in the new life and continued adjustments and for all His blessing we have seen this past year.
Zach & Rose Bungwon (Tchad)
Sun., Oct. 19
Please pray that the Lord grants us the joy of seeing the first fruits, at this stage of our ministry. And that our children, Abba and Elsie, remain a source of encouragement to us, as we see their growth in the Christ life
Mon., Oct. 20
Pray that our present team - the Dayans, Kodobe & us - experience growth in our personal walk with God, as we seek to influence our world.
Famose Abiodun (Nsukka)
Tues., Oct. 21
Thank God for the success of our last campus retreat. God gave us the opportunity to challenge some of our students to live out Christâ€™s lordship, grow in learning and impact. I hosted 14 students in my house for 5 days and God met the needs.
Wed., Oct. 22
Thank God for providing us with a vehicle. Itâ€™s really a blessing to life and ministry in Nsukka.
Please pray that our students will continue to grow in the Lord, learning, building and living out biblical convictions (2 Tim. 3:14)
Thurs., Oct. 23
Pray that I will be the Lordâ€™s true and noble servant, thinking noble thoughts, doing noble deeds and challenging people to noble lives in Christ Jesus. (Isa 32: 8, Mal 2 : 7)
Okike & Irene Offia (Enugu)
Fri., Oct. 24
Thank God for his faithfulness in protection and provision and for his grace through difficult times and health challenges for us as a family. Thank God also for the growth and development of our children. Nmesomachi is in JS2 and Abuoma in primary 6. Chinuru my nephew is in SS1.
Sat., Oct. 25
Thank God for the many students from our ministry that have graduated, some have gone for NYSC and the doctors for their house job.
Sun., Oct. 26
Pray that Irene and I will continue to grow in our walk with God, deepen our relationship and provide the godly model and leadership that is required of us.
Mon., Oct. 27
Pray that our ministry efforts will continue to provide a context where people are taking responsibility for their growth and the growth of those coming after them as we seek to advance the frontiers of Godâ€™s kingdom.
Tues., Oct. 28
Pray for Godâ€™s wisdom as we oversee the development and growth of the CORE in south-east Nigeria, especially among students, youths and in the community.
Uche & Yemi Amakulo (Ile Ife)
Wed., Oct. 29
Give thanks to God for the growth of the teenagers we are discipling in Christ Love Church. They have been growing in confidence in their witness. They are planning an event with which to reach out in the church neighbourhood. Pray for a fruitful harvest that will last to result from this.
Thurs., Oct. 30
Pray for the first crop of children whom these teenagers have already reached at the end of last year. Most of them have made the decision to follow Christ and are integrating into the church.
Fri., Oct. 30
We are about to begin a partnership with another group in reaching out to students in secondary schools through holistic ministry. Pray for us as we go into this that it will be a synergistic partnership.
Sat., Oct. 31
The youth fellowship of the church district where we worship are receiving evangelism training from us. Pray for these youths that they will grow in seeing the lost as Christ does and so respond with passion in gathering the plentiful harvest. (Matt 9:35-38).
South West Zone
Sun., Nov. 1
Thank God for Niyi, Sam and Olumide who have banded as a team to replace Dayo, Kehinde & Deji who are graduating from Ilorin Campus. Pray they will grow in their walk with Christ and be good models in leading our outreach and discipleship efforts on campus. Pray also that the 7 graduates, will be better prepared to be fruitful disciples during service as we interact on essentials of a fruitful disciple.
Mon., Nov. 2
Thank God for Dayo Mofikoya, Kayode Adelaja and Mike Otitoju who have been commissioned for 2 years National Training. They will lead the campus efforts in Lagos during their training. Pray for encouragement, fruitful times in the word as they study and that God will clarify their vision and contribution to His kingdom during this training. Pray also that many will be reached through their efforts and foundational disciples and disciple-makers will be established as we labour on the campuses.
Tues., Nov. 3
Thank God for openings we have in 3 Secondary schools in Lagos. Pray also for wisdom and effective strategy as we work with teachers and students in the schools.
Wed., Nov. 4
Thank God for our holiday Camps with secondary school students to clarify the gospel and train them in their faith in Godâ€™s word and courage to be â€˜change agentsâ€™ because of Godâ€™s power in their lives through the gospel and scriptures. Pray they will continue in the applications they made, and for our disciples on campus who lead the small groups.
Thurs., Nov. 5
We are trusting God for an effective content to make the most of opportunities we have in churches to serve them in making disciples and disciple makers. Pray for wisdom and insight as we reorganize materials we have.
Fri., Nov. 6
Our young professionals are growing in ownership of support and accountability activities that older professionals are organizing in Lagos. Pray for effective time management considering the challenges of Lagos and their needs in this phase of life.
Sarah & Moses Chigh (Jos)
Sat., Nov. 7
Pray for Gemanen Tyover (8 years old) who made a commitment to Christ recently that he will grow to maturity.
Sun., Nov. 8
Pray for mama Kukighir Kondom and Mrs Dinah Tyover that they will continue to grow in their understanding of the gospel as Moses has evening devotion with them in the village by the fire on a daily basis (When he visits).
Mon., Nov. 9
Pray that the Lord will give us wisdom in ministry to the many contacts we have in Tse-Mom village. Pray also that the Lord will provide all that is needed for outreach in the villages.
Simon & Mary Bulus (Abuja)
Tues., Nov. 10
Thank God for Jenniferâ€™s successful passing out from the NYSC programme. Her time with The Navigators was a great blessing. Thank God for our childrenâ€™s progress in their various schools.
Wed., Nov. 11
Pray for Simonâ€™s Bible study meetings with Okem, that it will lead to Okem being rooted in Christ and so leading to the production of more labourers for Christ.
Thurs., Nov. 12
Pray for Godâ€™s wisdom for Simon and Mary as they participate in a new church plant to contribute to the foundation of an intentional disciple making church in Abuja. Pray that God would grant grace to the family in the times of lack and plenty to glorify God.
Bako & Gladys Dogari
Fri., Nov. 13
Join us in thanking God for the way he has kept us since we came in to Nigeria on May 7th. Thank God for His protection, provision and favours during our time in Nigeria. Thank God also for the peace our family experienced despite the fact that we were scattered in different places.
Sat., Nov. 14
Thank God our long stay in Nigeria afforded us opportunities to have had a private retreat, attend the Cross-Cultural seminar and Staff Management training program. Pray for wisdom, knowledge and grace for us to apply the various lessons learnt from programs attended during this time. Â
Sun., Nov. 15
Thank God for Bakoâ€™s completion of his first year program at the Theological seminary in Accra, and the way he has sustained us since we moved. Pray for Bakoâ€™s admission into the mastersâ€™ program.
Mon., Nov. 16
Pray that God will make the hearts of both existing and potential financial support partners to give towards our various needs.
Tues., Nov. 17
Pray that we will be able to maximize ministry opportunities in Accra during our stay. Please pray particularly that our efforts in reaching the unnoticed mission field which God helped us to initiate at the beginning of this year would yield fruit.
Viashima & Rachel Agu (Makurdi)
Wed., Nov. 18
Praise God for His faithfulness and love to us as a family even as we clocked twenty-eight years in marriage recently.
Thurs., Nov. 19
Thank God as Mne and Myima have graduated from university. Pray for wisdom and protection for them as they face the future after university.
Fri., Nov. 20
Pray that we will focus on God and depend on Him for guidance for the present and future (Prov. 3:5-6). Pray for grace to trust God for all our needs at all times.
Blessed Goje (Kaduna)
Sat., Nov. 21
Thank God for Emma and Kyenpiya Nyabamâ€™s family and ministry to disadvantaged children. Pray for Murna Istifanus the deaf lady who lives with them that she will keep growing in her relationship with God.
Sun., Nov. 22
Pray for Sanda Garba, Josiah Gani, Daniel, Sheyin Zakka,Â Oke, Okorie and the Bahagos as they lead various discipleship groups in Kaduna that there would be a hunger for God and the implications of the gospel would be understoodÂ and taken seriously.
Mon., Nov. 23
Pray for the publication of appropriate Discipleship Study tools that will meet both a hunger for God and a desire to share the gospel with those outside the Kingdom of God in our churches and communities. We have faced major challenges in the printing of The Lordâ€™s Harvest Series Course Three. Pray that we are able to print this and others by the end of the year.
Tues., Nov. 24
Pray for the Kaduna Discipleship Day Conference, (Theme: Workers for the Kingdom, Next Door to Everywhere) holding today. Pray for Tissan Bagaiya as he directs and that we shall be equipped and encouraged to persevere in making Christ central in our lives and in advancing His Kingdom in our relationships.
Wed., Nov. 25
Pray for Mrs Abraham Kogi and her family that as she battles Cancer, the promises of Psalm 23 would encourage them during these difficult times.
Thurs., Nov. 26
Pray for Blessed Goje and the CDM Team in Nigeria that they would understand the times and respond to the church culture in Nigeria in such a way that the spiritual need of many is met.
Bether O. Fineman (Enugu)
Fri., Nov. 27
Give thanks to God with me for His grace, love, guidance and instruction on the way to go for the past months. Ask God to help me to grow in self discipline as I follow my ministry and personal plan this year.
Sat., Nov. 28
I am trusting God to start establishing five ladies from my contact this year. Ask God to help me make good selection from my broad base. There are 13 girls I am working with in the secondary school ministry. Pray for clarity of the gospel to these young girls. Pray for understanding, spirit of wisdom and revelation as we continue to meet weekly.
Sun., Nov. 29
I am trusting God to raise a good number of support base and anchor donors. Pay that God brings people to my mind and enable me to ask them for support.
Ask God to provide me a house in a good location where my contact ladies can come around and feel free to interact.
Mon., Nov. 30
I have worked with Precious (a Law student) for two years. I am hoping to disciple her one to one. Pray that she will prove to be worth pouring my life and time into. Awka University (NAU) ministry is progressing. Ask God for personal commitments from the students involved. Also ask God to help me select one person I can devote more time with to be a key person in Awka.
There has been an overwhelming testimony as God continues to honour the prayers of believers posted in our prayer guide. This has informed our persistence in the production of the prayer guide, but the economic situation in the country is making this very tight. It costs about N70,000.00 (Seventy thousand Naira) to produce and distribute each edition.Â If the Lord lays it on your heart to support this effort please you could pay in whatever financial support you have through any of the bank accounts and indicate that it is for prayer guide production;
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THE NAVIGATORS 10 YEARS STRATEGIC GOALS IN SUMMARY
1.Â Â Â Missions: Integrated missions to diverse people groups in ways that plant the Gospel in their different contexts.
2.Â Â Â Insider Ministry: Insiders living out the Gospel and effectively making disciples in their contexts.
3.Â Â Â Holistic Disciples: Raising people in ways that transform them in all aspects of life.
4.Â Â Â Networking and Communications: Good relationships and partnerships within and outside the Organisation.
5.Â Â Â Generations of Labourers and Leaders: Successive generations of passionate and intentional labourers and leaders.
6.Â Â Â Resource Development: Biblically sound and culturally relevant ways of raising sustainable resources.
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