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fist: The couctous. ophylact, inesses,

Men's traditions. **

S. MARK. * An unclean spirit cast out THEN «came together unto, A. D. 32. A. D. 32. , whatsoever thing from without 1 him the Pharisces, and cer

Mat. 15.

entereth into the man, it camot tain of the scribes, which came

defile him:

1. from Jerusalem

19 Because it entereth not into 2 And when they saw some of

his heart, but into the belly, and his disciples eat bread with de- Or,

goeth out into the draught, purgtiled (that is to say, with unwash

mg all meats? en) hands, they found fault.

20 And he said, That which 3 For the Pharisees, and all the

cometh out of the man, that deJews, except they wash their

fileth the man. hands oft, eat not, holding the Or,

* Ge.6.5.& 21. For froin within, out of tradition of the elders.

diligently : 18.21. Mat.

the beart of men, proceed evil 4. And when they come from the

in the 15. 19.

thoughts, adulteries, fornications, market, except they wash, they


murders, eat not. And many other things

22 Thefts, + covetouisness, wickthere be, which they have receiv

edness, deceit, lasciviousness, an ed to hold, as the washing of up to the


evil eye, blasphemy, pride, fooicups, and I pots, and brazen ves elbow.


ishness; sels, and tables..


23 All these evil things come 5 6 Then the Pharisees and us is about

from within, and defile the man. scribes asked him, Why walk not a pint anul? Mat. 15.

24 | And from thence he arose, thy disciples according to the a half. 21.

and went into the borders of Tyre tradition of the elders, but eat Or,

and Sidon, and entered into an bread with unwashen hands? beds.

house, and would have no man 6 He answered and said unto | Mat. 15.

know it: but he could not be hid. them, Well hath Esaias prophe- 2.

25 For a certain woman, whose sied of you hypocrites, as it is

young danghter had an unclean written, This people honoureth 1A. 29. 13.

spirit, heard of him, and came me with their lips, but their heart Mat. 16.8.

and fell at his feet: is far from me.

# Or,

26 (The woman was a ll Greek, 7 Howbeit, in vain do they wor


a Syrophenician by nation, and ship me, teaching for doctrines

she besought him that he would the commandinents of men.

cast forth the devil out of her 8 For laying aside the com

daughter. mandrent of God, ye hold the

27 But Jesus said unto her, Let tradition of men, as the washing

the children first be filled : for it is of pots and cups: and many other

not meet to take the children's such like things ye do. .

bread, and to cast it unto the 9 And he said unto them, Full

dogs. well ye reject the command ? Or,

28 And she answered and said ment of God, that ye may keep


unto him, Yes, Lord : yet the dogs your own tradition.

under the table eat of the chil10 For Moses said, d Honourd Ex. 20.

dren's crumbs. thy father and thy mother; and,

12. De. 5.

29 And he said unto her, For this & Whoso curseth father or mother,

16.Mat.15.1 4.

saying, go thy way; the devil is let him die the death; .

gone out of thy dalighter. 11 But ye say, If a man shall say

e Ex.21.17.

30 And when she was come to to his father or mother, it is

Le. 20. 9.
Pr. 20. 20.

her house, she found the devil Corban, that is to say, a gift,

gone out, and her daughter laid by whatsoever thou mightest be

f Mat. 15.

upon the bed.

5. & 23. 18. profited by me; he shall be free.

m Mat. 15. 31 Tm And again, departing 12 And ye sutter him no more to

from the coasts of Tyre and SiJo aught for his father or his

don, he came unto the sea of mother;

Galilee, through the midst of the 13 Making the word of God of

consts of Decapolis. none effect through your tradi

n Mat. 9. 32 And they bring unto him

:32. Lu. 11. tion, which ye have delivered:

one that was deal, and had an and many such like things do ye.

impediment in his speech; and 14 T&And when he had called & Mat, 15.

they beseech him to put his hand all the people unto him, he said 10.

upon him. into them, Hearken into me

33 And he took him aside from very one of you, and understand.

the multitude, and put his fingers 15 There is nothing from with

och. 8. 23.

into his ears, and he spit, and put a man, that entering into

John 9.6.

touched his tongue : him, can defile him; but the

p ch.6.41 34 And looking up to henven, things which come out of him,

Joh 11.41.

Che sighed, and saith mto him, chcee are they that detile the man.

& 17. 1.

Ephphatha, that is, Be opened. 16 A If any man have ears to Mat. 11.1. ob 11. 35 "And straightway his ears bear, let him hear.

33, 38.

were opened, and the string of 17 i And when he was entered Mat, 15.1.1

Is. 33. 5,

his tongue was loosed, and be into the house from the people,

6. Mat, 11. 15.

spake plain. his disciples asked him concern

36 And she charged them that ing the parable.

sch. 5. 43. they should tell no man: but the 18 And he saith unto them, Are

more he charged them, so much ye 80 without understanding

the more a great deal they pubalso? Do ye not perceive, that

lished it;


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Christ feedeth four thousand. CHAP, VUI. 37 And were beyond measure, A. D. 32., A. D. 32. astonished, saying, He hath done all things well; he maketh both the deal to hear, and the dumb to

h Mat. 16. speak.

CHAP. VIII. 1 Christ feedeth the people maraculous. ly: 10 refuseth to give a sign to the

1: ch. 6. 52. Pharisees : 14 admonisheth his disciples to deware of the leaven of the Pharisees, and of the leaven of Her

ud: 22 giveth a blind man his sight : 127 acknowledgech that he is the Christ,

who should suffer and rise again : 34 and exhorreth to patience in persecution for the profession of the gospel.

* Mat. 19. IN those days a the multitude Mat. 15.20. ch. 6. being very great, and having

43. Lu, 9. 32.

17. John 8. nothing to eat, Jesus called his

13. disciples unto him, and saith unto them,

12 Mat. 15. . 2 I nave compassion on the mul

37. ver. 8. titude, because they have now been with me three days, and have nothing to eat: 3 And if I send them away fast

mch, 6.52. ing to their own houses, they will

Ver. 17. faint by the way: for divers of them came from far.

4 And his disciples answered him, From whence can a man satisfy these men with bread here in the wilderness?

R ch. 7.33. 5And he asked them, How 0 Mat. 15. many loaves have ye? And they 34. See ch. said, Seven.

6. 38. 6 And he commanded the people to sit down on the ground: and he took the seven loaves, and gave thanks, and brake, and gave to his disciples to set before them; and they did set them before the people.

7 And they had a few small fishes: and che blessed, and com-1. Mat. 14.10 Mat.8.4. inanded to set them also before 19. ch. 6.ch. 5. 43. them.


Ip Mat. 16. 8 So they did eat, and were fill

J13. Lu. 9. ed : and they took up of the bro

18. ken meat that was left, seven baskets.

9 And they that had eaten were about four thousand : and he sent them away.

10 | And d straight way he en- | d Mat. 15. tered into a ship with his disci- 39. - ples, and came into the parts of Dalinanutha.

11 e And the Pharisees came forth, and began to question with 38. & 16.1.6. John 6. bim, seeking of him a sigu from

John 6.30. 69.&11.27. heaven, tempting him.

s Mat. 16. 12 And he sighed deeply in his

20. spirit, and saith, Why doth this

& Mat. 16. generation seek after a sign ?

21 &17.22. Verily I say unto you, There

Lu. 9. 22. shall no sign be giveu unto this generation.

13 And be left them, and entering into the ship again, de parted to the other side.

14 TS Now the disciples had If Mat. 16. forgotten to take bread, neither had they in the ship with thein mure than one loa!.

15 & And he charged them, say- & Mat. 16. ing, Take heed, beware of the 1 6. Lu.12.1.1

The blind restored to sight. leaven of the Pharisees, and, of the leaven of Herod.

16 And they reasoned among themselves, saying. It is a because we have no bread.

17 And when Jesus knew it, he saith unto thein, Why reason ye, because ye bave no bread ? i perceive ye not yet, neither understand? have ye your heart ye: hardened ?

18 Having eyes, see ye noti ani! having ears, bear ye not? and du ye not remember?

19 # When I brake the five loaves among five thousand, how many baskets full of fragineniz took ye up? They say unto him, Twelve. 20 And I when the seven among four thousand, how many baskets full of fragments took ye up? And they said, Seven.

21 And he said unto them, How is it that mye do not understand?

22.1 And he cometh to Bethsaida; and they bring a blind man unto him, and besought him to touch him."

23 And he took the blind man by the hand, and led him out of the town; and when nhe had spit on his eyes, aud put his hands upon him, he asked him if he saw aught.

21 And he looked up, and said, I see men as trees walking.

25 After that, he put his hands again upon his eyes, and made him look up: and he was restored, and saw every man clearly.

26 And he sent him away to his house, saying, Neither go into the towu, uor tell it to any in the town.

27 T P And Jesus went out, and his disciples, into the towns of Cesarea "Philippi: and by the way he asked his disciples, saying unto them, Whom do meu say that I am ?

28 And they answered, John the Baptist : but some say, Elias; and others, One of the prophets.

29 And he saith into them, But whom say ye that I am! And Peter answereth and sath unto hun, "Thou art the Christ.

30 s And he charged them that they slould tell no man of him.

31 And the began to teach them, that the Son of man must butter anany things, and be rejected of the elders, and of the chief priests, and scrives, and be killed, and after three days rise again.

32 And he spake that saying openly. Aud Peler took him, and began to rebuke hun.

33 But when he had turned about, and looked on his disciples, he rebuked Peter, saying, Get thee behind me, Satan : lor thou savourest not the things that be of God, but the thing's that be of men.



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The transfiguration of Christ. S. MARK. Deaf anit dumb spirit cost forth

34 And when he had called A. D. 32. A. D. 32., with another what the rising from the people unto him with his dis

the dead should mean. ciples also, he said unto them,

IL I And they asked him, sayu Whosoever will coine after mne, u Mat. 10. Mal.4,5, ling, Why say the scribes f that let him deny himself, and take 38.& 16.21. Mat.17.10. Elias must first come ? up his cross, and follow me.

Lu. 9.23.&

12 And he answered and told 35 For whosoever will save

14. 27. :

them, Elias verily cometh first, his life, shall lose it; but whoso #John 12-1

and restoreth all things; and ever shall lose his life for my sake

* Ps. 22. 6. show it is written of the Son of and the gospel's, the same shall

Is, 53, 2 man, that he must suffer many save it.

&e, Da, 9. things, and be set at nought. 36 For what shall it profita

13 But I say unto you, That nail, if he shall gain the whole

h Lu, 23.

i Elias is indeed come, and they world, and lose his own soul?

11. Phi.. have done unto him whatsoever

17. 37 Or what shall a man give in

they listed, as it is written of hin. exchange for his soul?

i Mat. 11 14 And when he came to his 38 v Whosoever therefore : shall ý Mat. 10. 14.& 17.12.

disciples, he saw a great multi. be ashamed of me, and of my 83. Lu, 9. 10. 1. 17. I tuile a bout them, and the scribes Forde in this adulterous and sie 28. & 12.9. Mat. 17.

questioning with them. tul generation of him also shall See Ro. 14. Lu. 9.

15 And straightway all the peothe Son of man be ashamed, when 1 16. 2 Ti.37.

ple, when they beheld him, were he conneth in the glory of his Fa: 1.8.&2.12.

greatly amazed, and runing to ther with the holy angels.

Tiim, saluted him.

16 And be asked the scribes, Jesus is transfigured, 11 He instruct

What question ye with them! eth his disciples concerning the cum


17 And one of the multitude ing of Elias : It casteth furtha


answered aud said, Master, I have dums and deaf spirit : 30 furetelleth

selres ? his death and resurrection : 33 es

brought unto thee my son, which hortelh his disciples to humility: 38

1 Mat. 17. hath a duinb spirit; bidding them to to prohiit such as

14. La. 9. 18 And wheresoever he taketh be nut against them, not to give V


him, he teareth him; and he fence to any of the faithful.


toaineth and gnasheth with his AND he said unto them, a Veri- Mat. 16. dasheth teeth, and pineth a way; and I 1 ly I say unto you, That 28. Lu. 9. hin,

spake to thy disciples that they there be some of them that stand 27.

should cast him out, and they here which shall not taste of

could not death, till they have seen the 5 Mat. 21.

19 He answereth him, and saith, kingdom of God come with pow- 30.& 25.31.

O faithless generation, how long er.

Lu. 22. 18.

shall I be with you i how long # Te And after six days, Jesus c Mat. 17.

shail I suffer you Bring him ustuketh with him Peter, and Jaines. 1. Lu.9.2.

to ine. and John, and leadeth them up

20 And they brought him unto into an high mountain apart by

un ch 1.28. him : and when he saw him, themselves and lie was trans

Lu. 9. 42. straightway the spirit lare him; figured before them.

and he fell on the ground, and 3 And his raiment becaine shin

wallowed, foaming. ing, exceeding d white as snow; a Da. 7.9.

21 And he asked his father, How so as no fuller on earth can white Mai. 28. 3.

lony is it ago since this came uuto them.

him? And he said, Of a child. 4 And there appeared into them

22 Aud oft-times it hath cast him Elias, with Moses: and they were

into the fire, and into the waters talking with Jesus.

to destroy him: but if thou canst 5 And Peter answered and said

| do any thing, have compassion on to Jesus, Master, it is good for us

us, and help us. tu be here: and let us make three

* Mat. 17. 23 Jesus said unto him, n If thou tabernacies; one for thee, and

canst believe, all things are posOne for Moses, and one for Elias,

23. Lu. 17. sible to him that believeth. 6 For he wist not what to say:

16. Johnll. 24 And straightway the father for they were sore afraidl.


of the child cried out, and said 7 And there was a clend that

with tears, Lord, I believe; help evershadowed them: and a voice

thou mine unbelief. c.me out of the cloud, saying,

25 When Jesus saw that the "This is my beloved Son: hear

people carne running together,

be rebuked the foul spirit, saying 8 And suddenly, when they had

unto him, Thou dumb and deal looked round about, they saw no

spirit, I charge thee, come out of man any more, save Jesus only

him, and enter no more into bim, With theinselves,

26 And the spirit cried, and 9 And as they came down. Mat. 17.

rent bim sore, and came ont of from the mountain, he charged 9.

him: and he was as one tead; them that they should tell no

insomuch that many said, He is man what things they had seen,

dead. till the Son of man were risen

27 But Jesus took him by the from the dead.

hand, and lifted him up; and he 10 And they kept that saying

Jo Mat. 17. arose. with themselves, questioning one

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Christ ethirteth to humility. CHAP. X. He disputeth with the Pharisees. the house, his disciples asked him A. D. 32. A. D. 32. two feet to be cast into hell, into privately, Why cculd not we cast

the fire that never shall be him out?

quenched: 29 And he said unto them, This

46 Where their worm dieth not, kind can come forth by nothing,

and the fire is not quenched. but by prayer and fasting :

la Or,

47 And if thine eye offend thee, 30 And they departed thence,

cause thee pluck it out; it is better for thee and passed through Galilee; and

to offend. to enter into the kingdom of he would not that any man shoula

God with one eye, than having know it.

two eyes, to be cast into hell-fire: 31 pFor he taught his disciples, 1 Mat. 17.

48 Where their worm dieth not, and said unto them, The Son of 22. Lu. 9.

and the fire is not quenched. man is delivered into the hands

49 For every one shall be salted of men, and they shall kill himn :

Ja Le. 2. 13. with fire, dand every sacrifice and after that he is killed, he shall

Ex. 43. 24. shall be salted with salt. rise the third day.

e Mat.5.13. 50 e Salt is good: but if the salt 32 But they understood not that

Lu. 14. 34. have lost his saltness, where wish sitying, and were afraid to ask

Ep. 4.29. will ye season it ? f Have salt in him.

Col: 4. 6. yourselves, and have peace one 33 T & And he came to Caper-1 Mat. 18. Ro. 19. with another. naum: and being in the house, 11. Lu.9.46.lis.214.19 he asked them, What was it that 1 & 22. 21.


1200.13 11, 2 Christ disputeth with the Pharisees ye disputed among yourselves by

He. 12. 14. touching divorcement : 13 blesseth the the way?

children that are brought unto him: 34 But they held their peace:

17 resolveth a rich man how he may for by the way they had disputed

inherit life everlasting : 23 telleth among themselves, who should be

his disciples of the danger of riches : the greatest.

3 promiseth rewards to them that

forsake any thing for the gospel : 32 35 And he sat down, and called

foretelleth his death and resurrection : the twelve, and saith unto them,

35 biddeth the two ambitious suitors If any man desire to be first, the Mat. 20.

to think rather of sufering with him: same shall be last of all, and ser- 26, 27, ch.

46 and restoreth to Bartimeus his vant of all.

10. 43

sight. 36 And she took a child, and set : Mat. 18. A. D. 33.

AND she arose from thence, him in the midst of them

them. and
a Mat. 19.

1 and cometh into the coasts of when he had taken him in his

1. John 10.

Judea, by the farther side of Jorarms, he said unto them,

40. & 11.7.

dan: and the people resort unto * 37 Whosoever shall receive one

him again; and, as he was woul, of such children in my name, re

he taught them again. ceiveth me: and i whosoever shall 1 Mat. 10.10 Mat. 19.

2 Tb And the Pharisees came to receive me, receiveth not me, but 1 40. Lu. 9.3.

him, and asked him, Is it lawful him that sent me.


for a man to put away his wife? 38 Tu And John answered him, I u No. 11.

tempting him. saying, Master, we saw one cast- 28. Lu. 9.

3 And he answered and said uning out devils in thy name, and


to them, What did Moses comhe followeth not us; and we for

mand you? bade him, because be followetha

c De. 24. 1. 4 And they said, c Moses suffernot us.

Mat. 5. 31. ed to write a bill of divorcement, 39 But Jesus said, Forbid him

& 19. 7. and to put her away. not: *for there is no man which | 1Co.12.3.

5 And Jesus answered and said shall do a miracle in my name,

unto them, For the hardness of that can lightly speak evil of me.

your heart, he wrote you this pre40 For he that is not against y se

cept: us, is on our part.

12. 30.

6. But from the beginning of the 41 For whosoever shall give - Mat, 10.1 Ge. 1.27. creation, d God made them male you a cup of water to drink in 42

& 5. 2. and female, my name, because ye belong to

le Ge. 2. 24. 7 e For this cause shai! e man Christ, verily I say unto you, he

1 Co. 6. 16. I leave his father and mother, and shall not lose his reward.

Ep. 5. 81. cleave to his wife; 42 . And whosoever shall offend a Mat. 18.

8 And they twain shall be one one of these little ones that be- 6. Lu.17.1.

flesh: so then they are no more lieve in me, it is better for him

twain, but one flesh. that a millstone were hanged

9 What therefore, God hath about his neck, and he were cast

joined together, let not man put into the sea.

asunder. 43 0 And if thy hand offend i De. 13. 6.

10 And in the house his disci. thee, cut it off: it is better for Mat. 5. 29.

ples asked him again of the same thee to enter into life maimed, & 18. 8.

matter. than having two hands to go into Or,

11 And he saith unto them, hell, into the fire that never shall cause thee , Mat. 5. Whosoever shall put away his be quenched :

to offend: 132. & 19.9.

wife, and marry another, com44 c Where their worm dieth and 80

Lu. 16. 18. mitteth adultery against her not, and the fire is not quenched.

ver. 45, 47.Ro. 7. 3.1 12 And if a woman shall pit 45 And if thy foot offend thee, et

Is. 66.24.Co.7.10,11. away her husband, and be mer. clit it oft: it is better for thee to

ried to another, she committeth enter halt into life, than having


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O the danger of riches.


Christ foretelleth his donth 13 T5 And they brought young | A. D. 33. A. D. 33. father, or mother, or wife, or children to him, that he should

children, or lands, for my sake, touch them; and his disciples re

& Mat. 19.
13. Lu. 18.

and the gospel's, buked those that brought them.

2Ch.25.9. 30 But he shall receive an 14 But when Jesus saw it, he

Lu. 18. 80.

hundred-fold now in this time, was much displeased, and said

houses, and brethren, and sisters, unto them, Sutter the little chil

and mothers, and children, and dren to come unto me, and forbid

lands, with persecutions; and in them not: for of such is then 1 Co. 14.

the world to come, eternal lite. kingdom of God.

20. 1 Pe. 2. . Mat. 19. 31 But many that are first shall 15 Verily I say unto you, iWho

30.& 20.16. be last; and the last first. soever shall not receive the king-li Mat.18.3. Lu. 13. 30. 32 And they were in the way, dom of God as a little child, he

Mat. 20. going up to Jerusalem; and Jeshall not enter therein.

17. Lu, 18. sus went before them: and they 16 And he took them up in his

were amazed; and as they followarms, put his hands upon them,

uch. 8.31. ed, they were afraid. And le and blessed them.

& 9.31. Lu. took again the twelve, and began 17 TA And when he was gone A Mat. 19.9.22. & 1o.

to tell them what things should forth into the way, there came 16. Lu. 18.

happen unto him, One running, and kneeled to him, 18.

33 Saying, Behold, we go up to and asked hiin, Good Master,

Jerusalem and the Son of mar what shall I do that I may inherit

shall be delivered unto the chief eternal life?

priests, and into the scribes; and 18 And Jesus said unto him,

they shall condemn him to death, Why callest thou me good ? there

and shall deliver him to the Genis none good, but one, that is

tiles; God.

34 And they shall mock him, 19 Thou knowest the command

and shall scourge him, and shall ments, I Do not commit adultery, 11 Ex. 20.

spit upon him, and shall kill him : Do not kill, Do not steal, Do not Ro. 13. 9.

and the third day he shall rise bear false witness, Defraud not,

again. Honour thy father and mother.

& Mat. 20. 35 And James and John, the 20 And he answered and said


sons of Zehedee, come unto him, unto him, Master, all these have

saying, Master, we would that I observed from my youth.

thou shouldest do for us whatso21 Then Jesus beholding him

ever we shall desire. loved him, and said unto him,

36 And he said into them, What One thing thou lackest: go thy

would ye that I should do for way, sell whatsoever thou hast,

you? and give to the poor, and thou

37 They said unto him, Grant shall have treasure in heaven; m Mat. 6.

unto us that we may sil, one on and come, take up the cross, and 19,20 &19.

thy right hand, and the other on follow me.

21. Lu. 12.

thy left hand, in thy glory. 22 And he was sad at that say

33. & 16.9.

38 But Jesus said unto thein, Ye ing, and went away grieved: for

know not what ye ask: can ve he had great possessions.

drink of the cup that I drink of? 23 T # And Jesus looked round * Mat. 19.

and be baptized with the baptiser about, and saith into his disci- 23. Lu. 18.

that I am baptized with ? ples, How hardly shall they that 21.

39 And they said unto him, We have riches enter into the king

can. And Jesus said unto them, dom of God!

Ye shall indeed drink of the clip 24 And the disciples were as

that I drink of, and with the bartonished at his words. But Jesus

tism that I am baptized witha! answereth again, and saith into

shall ye be baptized : them, Children, how hard is it

40 But to sit on my right hand for them "that trust in riches too Job 31.

and on my left hand, is not mine enter into the kingdoin of God! 24. P's. 62.

to give; but it shall be given to 25 It is easier for a camel to go

1 7.& 62. 10.

them for whom it is prepared. through the eye of a needle, than

1 Ti.6. 17.
y Mat. 20.

41 y And when the ten heard it, for a rich man to enter into the


they began to be much displeased kingdom of God.

with James and John. 26 And they were astonished

42 But Jesus called them to him, out of measure, saying among

Lu 22.25. and saith unto them, . Ye kuow themselves, Who then can be

that they which are accounted

1. Or, Bi vet?

think good,

to rule over the Gentiles, exercise 27 And Jesus looking upon them,

lordship over them; and their saith, With men it is impossible,

great ones exercise authority but not with God : for p with God p Je.32.17.

upon them. all things are possible.


'a Mat. 20. 43. But so shall it not be among 28 To Then Peter began to say

you: but whosoever will be great unto him, Lo, we have left all, ? Mat. 19. 9.35. Lu.9. among you, shall be your ininisand have followed thee.

27. Lu. 18. 48.

ter: 29 And Jesus answered and

44 And whosoever of you will said, Verily I say unto you,

be the chiefest, shall be servant There is no man that hath left

16 John 13. of all. house, or brethren, or sisters, or

114. Phi 27.1 45 For even the Son of man


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