Forever Saved Forever Empowered!
In the Old Testament or covenant were many laws, a covenant was a legal binding contract. God made a covenant with Abraham and all his seed (we are his seed). All these law had to be followed. If you did not follow these laws, or broke one of them, it was called sin and your blood was required. God made the system so that instead of the blood of the sinner, they could offer the blood of certain animal.
The law (10 commandments) was for those who were under the law in the old covenant, so that the whole world was held accountable to God. (Rom 3:19), (Rom 3:20) But in the new covenant no one is righteous (made right with God and forgiven of their sins) by obeying the law. Instead the law was given to makes us aware of sins that we needed a savior because we COULDN’T always obey the law. (Rom 3:21) But righteousness which is right standing with God came from God, not from OUR “doing” the law or “being good” but as a free gift of righteousness. (Rom 3:22) Righteousness or being right with God is as if we never sinned and comes from God through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe. The only requirement is to believe in Jesus. There is no difference between someone who is good or doing good things or right things, because we ( Rom 3:23) all have sinned by failing to obey the law completely. So we get saved and stay saved by faith in Jesus! By the way the 10 commandments are called, the ministry of death, written [and] engraved on stones,(they are the only law written on stone) (2 Co 3:7).But while we were still sinners He has made alive together with Him, having forgiven you all sins, having wiped out the handwriting of requirements (law written on stone) that was against us. He has taken it out of the way, having nailed it to the cross (showing us that it is fulfilled). Having disarmed principalities and powers, He made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them in it. Col 2:13-15. The devil used the breaking of THE LAW to condemn us but Jesus took away what was condemning us by dying on the cross.
(Rom 3:24)We are justified which is a legal term that means, it is just as if you have never sinned, comes freely by his grace. Grace is something not earned by right behavior but It is a gift given to us freely without anything due from us but to believe in Christ Jesus. (Rom 3:25) God sacrificed Jesus in our place as payment for our sins so that through faith in his blood our sins for our whole lifetime where paid for. We are sinners because of Adams sin not because of our sin. Because we are sinners we sin. The same way we are righteous when we receive all Jesus accomplished for us. It’s not by our SELF-EFFORT but by what He did.
The old covenant sacrifices couldn’t paid for our sins, but Jesus could by suffering all God’s wrath & punishment due to us. He paid the price to justify us. (Rom 3:26) He did it to demonstrate God’s justice for us today, so He could make us right with Himself by our faith in Jesus and not OUR works. (Rom 3:27)This way there would be not boasting, we couldn’t say we did it. We can’t boast that WE are forgiven and on our way to heaven because WE observed the law. Instead God gets credit because it is all by faith. (Rom 3:28) We are justified by faith, not from doing the law. (Rom 3:30) and it is God, who justifies us by faith.
Lets look at an example: (Rom 4:2) Look at Abraham If he was justified by works, he would have something to brag about to other people, but he could not brag to God because it is God that justified him (made Him debt-free of sin) he didn’t earn it by right behavior but he got it by right believing (faith). (Rom 4:3) For what does the Scripture say? “Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.” (Rom 4:4) Think about this, “Now to him who works he gets paid and that payment is OWED him he worked for it, it is not given as grace ( FREE GIFT) but as debt OWED him”. (Rom 4:5) When you do not work or try to earn your salvation or right standing with God, but you simply believes in Jesus, He will take you ungodliness and make you right with Him by your faith in Jesus.
(Rom 4:6) David in the old covenant also describes the blessedness of the man to whom God gives righteousness to apart from works: ( Rom 4:7) “Blessed [are those] whose lawless deeds are forgiven, And whose sins are covered; (Rom 4:8) Blessed [is the] man to whom the LORD shall not impute sin.”
God does not want us to live by the law but by faith. (Rom 4:15) because the law brings about wrath, judgment and condemnation, for where there is no law there is no transgression or breaking of the law. God is not saying it is ok to sin, He is saying all the legal judgment and wrath of God against sin, your sin has been satisfied by being put on Jesus! He took all of your punishment (Is 53). God will never again punish you for any sin, because Jesus took all your punishment. (Rom 4:16) Therefore [it is] of faith.
When we believe God will do or has done what He said, that is called faith. When we are (Rom 4:21) fully convinced that what He had promised He was also able to perform. (Rom 4:22) we are given credit for righteousness. We are saved and stay saved by our believing and not our works. Our part is to believe in Him and receive all He did for us on the cross. Jesus paid the price for our sins, (Rom 4:25) He was delivered up to die on the cross because of our sins and was raised from the dead because of our justification (being made right before God). Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through Jesus because of what HE DID not because of what we did to earn it, this is called grace. (Rom 5:2) through Jesus we have this grace by faith or just by believing. (Rom 5:8) God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. (Rom 5:9) Not only have we been justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him. God will never punish us again for our sins, Jesus took the wrath of God on Himself for us. (Rom 5:10) When we were enemies we were drawn back to God so that we can have a relationship with God through the death of His Son, now that we are no longer enemies we can be saved by His life. (Rom 5:11) And not only [that], but we can be glad we are made right with God as if we never sinned and put back into our position before the fall of man.
The way that this sin entered the world was (Rom 5:12) through one man sin, and death through sin, and then death spread to all men, because all sinned. Rom 5:13 Man sinned before the law but because there was NO LAW their sins were not charged to them. (Rom 5:14) But death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over those who had not sinned because all born after Adam were born into sin. (Rom 5:15) But the free gift of salvation from God is not like the offense. Because of one man’s sin many died but God gift is even better because it is a free gift called grace. It is a gift, we didn’t earn it, it was given through, Jesus Christ, to anyone who will receive it. (Rom 5:16) The gift is not like that which came through sin. Judgment resulted from Adam’s sin which resulted in condemnation, but the free gift which came because of all our sins resulted in us being made right in God’s eyes through Jesus. (Rom 5:17) Through one man’s offense death reigned but life reigned through Jesus so that we now have the gift of grace and righteousness. When we have these two things we will reign in life through Jesus Christ.
(Rom 6:14)Because we are now under grace, sin does not have dominion over you, for you are not under law but under grace. (Rom 6:15) You might be thinking what’s to keep us from sinning since we are not under law but under grace? (Rom 6:16) The answer to that is, whoever you obey you are slave to and must obey. Whether of sin which leads to death, or of obedience which leads to righteousness. Righteousness is a gift not earned. If it’s earned it is not a gift it is a payment due and it then becomes about what you can do and not what He has done! You become self-conscience and it all becomes about what YOU can do and not about Him.
The new covenant makes you righteous through the blood of Jesus. (2 Co 2:21). You become empowered to not sin through understand that Jesus made you right with God.
WHAT other things cause us NOT to sin if we are not under the law? Or what makes us WANT to act godly?
1. Awake to righteousness and sin not Rom 2:4
2. Goodness of God leads us to repentance
3. The Holy Spirit is our teacher
4. The Holy Spirit convicts us of our righteousness
5. The anointing teaches us
6. The law is written in our hearts
7. Go and sin no more (forgiveness) Jh 8:10
8. Grace of God teaches us to denying ungodliness and worldly lust
9. We are created in God’s image.
The finished work of the cross makes you stay righteous not your works. When you know you are under grace you will be free and NOT to want to sin. Sin won’t have dominion over you (Rom 6:14) (Rom 6:17-18)We were slaves of sin, but when you obeyed from the heart to believe on the Lord Jesus you were saved and set free from sin and instead became slaves of righteousness for the purpose that we would have fruit to God and everlasting life. (Rom 6:23) For the cost of sin [is] death, but the gift of God [is] eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
(Rom 7:6) We have been delivered from the law, so that we can serve in the newness of the Spirit (the Holy Spirit living in you) and not [in] the oldness of the letter (10 commandments). In other words the new covenant is about following the Holy Spirit not obeying the law or letter! (Rom 7:10) The Old Testament commandments, which were to bring life brought death, (Rom 7:12) even though the law is holy, and the commandment holy and just and good. (Gal 3:21) The law could not give life, or otherwise righteousness could have been by the law. (Rom 8:3) For what the law could not do, God [did] by sending His own Son who came to the earth as a man and died for us. Because Jesus did this for us we are no longer under condemnation for our sins but we are instead in Christ Jesus, we are righteousness. (Rom 8:2) The law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made me free from the law of sin. In other words Jesus made us free from the law and the penalty of breaking it. (read Deut 28 for the curse we are no longer under and the blessings we get) Instead we are righteous because of Jesus.
(Hbr 8:8) God found fault with the old covenant so he made a new covenant. (Hbr 8:10) The new covenant has God’s laws in our mind on our hearts. (Hbr 8:11) The new covenant is about knowing God and having a relationship with Him through the Holy Spirit. (Hbr 8:12) In this new covenant He said “For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness, and their sins and their lawless deeds I will remember no more.” Hbr 8:13 In doing that He made the old covenant obsolete and no longer used.
Jesus became our high priest so that He could fulfill the old covenant rule of making a sacrifice for the sins of the people. Let me explain how it worked. (Hbr 8:3) Every high priest is appointed to offer both gifts and sacrifices.(Hbr 9:11) But Christ came as High Priest of the good things to come, in other words He came to bless us and make us right with God instead of making us obey the law. (Hbr 9:12) He did not offer the blood of goats and calves as the normal penalty or sacrifice was for our sins in the law of the old covenant, but He offered His own blood. He offered His own blood ONE time and by doing that gave us eternal redemption which means His blood was enough for my lifetime of sin forever and never did He have to offer up again any of His blood. Each time I mess up the blood of Jesus offered once for all my sins, takes away all my sins. (Hbr 9:14,26) The blood of Christ, was without spot (the perfect sacrifice) to God. In doing this He wants your conscience clear from dead works(trying to be good enough, or do good works to earn salvation) instead He wants you to serve the living God. (Hbr 9:15) And for this reason He is the Mediator of the new covenant. So that (Hbr 9:22) according to the law we are purified with blood and forgiven of our sins. (Hbr 9:28) So Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many.
Hbr 10:1 The law is a shadow of what is to happen in the new covenant and all these things are good things. But the old covenant sacrifices could never do what the new covenant does, Because in the old the high priest had to offer continually year by year another sacrifice and it could not make those who offered the sacrifice perfect, it just covered their sins for one year. If the sacrifice would have made them perfect Hbr 10:2 they would not have to be offered over and over each year. The people offering the sacrifice for their sins would be purified and would have had no more consciousness of sins. You see here is the goal, “no more consciousness of sin”. Hbr 10:3 But in those sacrifices in the old covenant there is still a reminder of sins every year. The old covenant law of the 10 commandments reminds us we were sinners because we had to KEEP doing sacrifices year after year continually. Hbr 10:4 For it is not possible that the blood of bulls and goats could take away sins. They only covered up the sins for one year and never took them away. Hbr 10:6 God loved us and want us sin free so we could have restored relationship. Hbr 10:8 God said, “Sacrifice and offering, … for sin You did not desire, nor had pleasure [in them]” which are offered according to the law.
Hbr 10:9 Jesus came to do God’s will. He took away the first covenant (obeying the commandments) so that He could establish the second covenant or new covenant (faith or believing in Jesus). Hbr 10:10 Jesus became our offering, our sacrifice so that we would be saved and cleared of all guilt of our sin, a ONE time sacrifice for ALL our lifetime of sins. Hbr 10:11 Every priest stands ministering daily and offering repeatedly the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. Hbr 10:12 But Jesus, after He had offered one sacrifice (Himself) for sins forever, sat down at the right hand of God. He only had to offer ONE sacrifice because His sacrifice was enough to take away ALL our LIFETIME of sins, and guilt. The sacrifice was greater than the sin. Hbr 10:13 His sacrifice set us free from sin which gave us power to have victory over our enemies. Hbr 10:14 So you see by one offering He has perfected forever those who are being sanctified. It made us right with God forever, not just till our next sin but all our sins, past, present and future. Hbr 10:15 But the Holy Spirit also witnesses to us and said, Hbr 10:16 “This [is] the covenant that I will make with them after those days, says the LORD: I will put My laws into their hearts, and in their minds I will write them,” Hbr 10:17 [then He adds], “Their sins and their lawless deeds I will remember no more.” So as you can see all your sins are forgiven you by this one sacrifice of Jesus and God won’t bring them up to you or remind you of them because of Jesus paid the penalty. Jesus took on all of God wrath, all the judgment and penalty due us. Hbr 10:18 Now where there is the price paid for your sin there is no longer an offering for sin. Hbr 10:19 Because of this we can have boldness to enter the Holiest by the blood of Jesus,
Hbr 10:22 God wants us to come near Him with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience. We are NOT to have an evil conscience for our sins because Jesus paid our penalty but we are to instead come boldly into Gods presence. Eph 1:7 In Jesus we have redemption through His blood, which means we have the forgiveness of sins, this is a free gift called grace, grace means God giving us forgiveness that we didn’t earn by good behavior, or right living but just by believing. Eph 2:5 When we were dead because of sin He made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved), Eph 2:8 For by grace you have been saved through faith, and NOT of yourselves; [it is] the gift of God. If we are always looking at ourselves and trying to follow rules we become SELF-conscience and not God-conscience. 2Ti 1:9 God saved us not according to our works, but according to grace which was given to us in Christ Jesus, Tts 3:7 that having been justified by His grace we would become heirs of the world. So that we could receive all that Jesus paid for us to have God gave us forgiveness through Jesus that way none of us could boast or mess it up.
1Pe 1:10 This salvation by grace, and not works, or following the law or right behavior the prophets have inquired and searched carefully, and prophesied about it in the old covenant. 1Pe 1:13 Be careful how you think, and rest your hope fully on grace, that is revealed as you are taught about Jesus Christ. Act 20:32 for the word of His grace, is able to build you up Hbr 12:15 But when we fail to accept that grace of God, we could get a root of bitterness. So make sure you are resting on grace and not your own works. Your own works will always fail and open the door for the devil to try to accuse you of breaking rules and when you feel guilty you will not walk in boldness or power. Gal 5:4 You have distanced yourself from Christ, When you attempt to be justified by law; you have fallen from grace. Grace is higher than the law. When you try to be saved by following the law (none can do this completely) you are no longer under grace but the law. Hbr 13:9 It is good that the heart be established by grace, and not self-effort of following rules. Gal 2:21 Don’t set aside the grace of God; for if righteousness [comes] through the law, then Christ died in vain.” There was NO reason for Jesus to die if you could get to heaven on your own by paying for your sins! Considering the events happening in the world today here is some good news. Hbr 12:28 Since we are receiving a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us have grace, by which we may serve God. When we walk in grace we can serve God because we will walk in power,
2,000 years ago before you were ever born, before you ever committed one sin, before you ever were guilty of breaking any of the 10 commandments Jesus died for you, and paid the penalty of all your lifetime of sins. God saw your future and planed this before you were born, He saw all the sins you would ever commit and send Jesus to pay the price before you ever committed any of them! Is 53:1- Surely he hath borne our GRIEF’S, (sickness, disease, affliction, sadness, evil, calamity) and carried our SORROWS, (Do not sorrow, for the JOY of the LORD is your strength) (physical and mental pain, grief, sorrow) yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted. But he [was] wounded for our TRANSGRESSIONS, (sin, rebellion, guilt punishment for transgression, offering,) [he was] bruised for our INTIQUITIES ( guilt, condition, consequence of or punishment of sin) the chastisement of our PEACE (Jhn 16:33 in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.”) (Completeness, safety, soundness in body, welfare, health, prosperity, peace, whole, entire, contentment, friendship, covenant relationship) [was] upon him; and with his stripes we are HEALED, ( made healthful.)
Why it is so important NOT to feel condemned when we miss the mark?
God does not want us to feel condemned. Rom 5: 18 Judgment came from one person (Adam) offense resulted in condemnation to everyone born after him. John 3:17 But God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but to pay the price of sin so we wouldn’t be condemned. Remember God started this whole thing about favor and grace. John 3:16 The famous scripture. God loved the world that He gave His Son…God loves you and once you receive His free gift of salvation you are saved and LOVED He will never leave you because you miss the mark or make mistakes. It is not like plucking pedals off a daisy, “He loves me, He loves me not” It is a secure thing, He loves you period. You’re not saved one day and the next mistake you make, off to hell you go. NO God’s love is through Jesus, He see you perfect through what JESUS DID not what YOU do otherwise why did He die for you if you could be God and save yourself! So trust in the finished work at the cross and when you make a mistake don’t get condemned just call on the name of Jesus. Condemnation is dangerous, don’t get into condemnation because Jesus already paid for all your sins. The result of condemnation is shame, guilt, condemnation, inferiority, unworthy, shame and hopelessness. 1Jo 3:21 if our heart does not condemn us, we have confidence toward God. 1 Jo 5:14 Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. Look at what happens when someone feels condemned. Matt 27:3 Judas betrayed Jesus and knew he sinned and went and hanged himself. The devil is the one that condemns. The devil accuses the Christian of wrong acting constantly. Rev 12:10. When we judge or accuse or condemn others we are taking the side with the devil. Instead we should be in agreement with God and speak over them what God says about them. We need to speak over people God’s desired results.
How does the devil condemn? He condemns you by reminding you that you broke the LAW. The bible says that the law is the ministry of condemnation and the ministry of death 2 Cor 3: 7, 2 Cor 3:9 The devil and our minds condemn us 1 Jh 3:21 If our heart does not condemn us, we have confidence toward God. The devil makes us feel condemned so we will feel unworthy to have fellowship with God. Heb 9:14-15 But the blood of Jesus cleanses your conscience to serve the living God and for this reason He is the Mediator of the new covenant. The new covenant is about a relationship with Jesus. Grace and truth came by Jesus so that your focus would be on the finished work of the cross! John 1:17 Christianity is not a set of rule, thou must not, thou shall, but Christianity is a relationship with our creator. You are to come boldly into His presence without shame, quilt, condemnation or expecting Him to punish you. Luke 16:16 Jesus came to fulfill all of the law. All your punishment for all your sin past, present and future has been put on Jesus. Col 2:14-15 Jesus wiped out the requirements of us following the law and the devils ability to condemn us over not doing the LAW. When He did this He disarmed principalities, powers, mights, and dominion by triumphing over them in it! Phil 3:10 Now in the new covenant our right standing with God is by faith in Jesus Christ. Now when we know Him we will know His power.
Today we have only 2 commandments. 1 John 3:23 Now this is His commandment the only one is that we should believe on the name of His Son Jesus Christ and love one another THESE ARE OUR ONLY COMMANDMENTS. I pray that you get ahold of this next scripture. Gal 2:21 Do not set aside the grace of God; for if righteousness [comes] through the law, then Christ died in vain. Gal 5:4 When you try to be justified by THE LAW you become estranged from Christ, When you want to be made right by follow the law you are no longer under grace but have falling from this grace. Who is the law for? The law is for the lawless people. 1 tim 1:8-10 It was a tutor to bring us to Christ Gal 3:24. Now we are lead by the Holy Spirit not law Col 5:18 The new covenant is for the REMISSION (forgiveness) of sin Matt 26:28 in Is 59:21 “As for Me,” says the LORD, “this [is] My covenant with them: My Spirit who [is] upon you, and My words which I have put in your mouth. This is the will of him that sent me, that everyone which see the Son, and believeth on him, has everlasting life: Jh 6:40, John 6:49. Jesus is the the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the Father, but by me, NOT by your works, behavior or good deeds. Jn 14:6 , When you believe on Jesus you have everlasting life, and will not come into condemnation. Jh 5:24
How Jesus BROKE THE LAW to demonstrate GRACE
The law is the Old Testament was given by Moses Jh 1:17 but grace & truth came by Jesus.
Jesus broke the law of the Jews to demonstrate grace. Jesus was a Jew and had to obey Jewish law. But truth and grace CAME By Jesus! Look at each one of these samples and notice how Jesus could have said, “You broke the law” but He didn’t He showed us how grace handles it.
1. The lady caught in adultery Jh 8:5-12 She was to be stoned by LAW. He said “go and sin no more” grace empowers us NOT to sin.
2. Women with issue of blood- She was not allowed out in public with her condition. Jesus healed her instead of condemned her for breaking the law.
3. The leaper healed- leaper had to stay so many feet away from people and shout “unclean” You were not allowed to TOUCH them. Jesus TOUCHED him and said, Be clean”.
4. The servants ear cut off- He demonstrated Grace by healing a enemies ear.
5. He raised the dead- You were unclean for days if you touched a dead person. Jesus touched the dead and raised them up. He should have by law stayed outside the camp for a time said by law for he became unclean when he touched the dead (by the way they didn’t stay dead)
6. The Sabbath healing- You could do no work on the Sabbath. Jesus healed on the Sabbath He broke the law!
7. The getting grain in the field on the Sabbath- No one was allowed to work on the Sabbath. Jesus plucked grain from the fields on the Sabbath. He broke the law.
Jesus broke the LAW on all of these examples, but Jesus didn’t condemn the people who had need of healing or His help instead He showed them grace. Gal 2:16 Man is not justified by the works of the law but by faith in Jesus Christ.
Now that we have a solid foundation of your salvation we can go on to how to witness. If you are thinking that your performance gets you saved or keeps you saved you will witness with a heart that is bend toward condemnation. When your heart or the devil condemns you, you have no confidents in getting your prayers answered and witnessing becomes a chore something you feel you have to do. Now that you understand grace your heart is filled with joy because it is a free gift that the blood of Jesus paid for you and the whole world to have. You now become the delivery person of that message and it has value instead of a dreadful thing you must do.
Here is a list of fact on why we can know we are saved & stay saved by Jesus and nothing else.
1. Yeshua- means Savior. He saves us we do not depend on us to save ourselves.
2. Heb 10:12,14 One sacrifice for sins FOREVER, SAT DOWN… He perfected FOREVER … No more sacrifice because He only needed to offer one and it was for all our lifetime of sins. He sat down because the sacrifice was enough unlike the old testament priest that offer a sacrifice year after year and could NOT take away sin.
3. Greatest miracle is being saved by the blood of Jesus, staying saved happens the same way. WE can’t take CRIEDT for it. We believe it and receive
4. Grace is undeserved favor- we don’t deserve to be forgiven when we continue to sin, but HIS grace gives us what we don’t earn. (Jh 1:17)
5. He took our sin and gave us His righteousness = right standing with God. It is not earned by right behavior but grace (undeserved unearned favor) through faith.
6. God’s wrath and righteous judgment against our sin was poured out on Jesus. Is 53. He paid the price for my sin and punishment or result for all my sin. So I go free and am now righteous with God through Jesus
7. The Lord is not willing that ANY perish. 2 Pet 3:9
8. Rom 10: 9 If you CONFESS Lord Jesus and believe in your heart He has been raised from the dead YOU SHALL BE SAVED. NO other qualifications.
9. WHOEVER CALLS on the name of the Lord will be SAVED. Rom 10:13 NO other qualifications
10. If we are saved and stay saved by our works what difference did the cross make? They were saved by their works and obedience in the old covenant.
11. We are made right by Jesus OBEDIENCE not our obedience. Rom 5:19 by one Man’s obedience many will be made righteousness. ( right with God)
12. Heb 8:12 their sins and lawless deeds I WILL REMENBER NO MORE. This is the new covenant he was talking about. Why do you remember them If God don’t!
13. You are made right by grace not by your self- efforts. If you live life focused on trying not to sin you are Self-conscious not Christ- conscious. It should be about WHAT HE did, not what must I do. Our part is to BELIEVE on what He did.
14. The Old testament (old covenant) is all about YOU keeping the law. The new covenant is about you BELIEVING what He did for you.
15. The gospel means GOOD news. Good news is your sin have been forgiven. God does not forgive today, and tomorrow you are condemned. When you think fellowship with God is broken, you won’t pray or expect Him to answer you. Your heart or the devil will condemn you and you will not come boldly to the throne of grace.
16. Act 13:38-39 through this Man is preached to you the forgiveness of sins; “and by Him everyone who believes is justified from all things from which you could not be justified by the law of Moses.
17. Today salvation (Jesus) has come to your house. Lk 19:9
18. God with us (Mat 1:23)
19. I will never leave you or forsake you. (Heb 13:5
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