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Fall 2017

…Choose for yourselves this day…

— Joshua 24:15

Thousands of people gathered at the base of Grandfather Mountain in Linville, NC for the 93rd annual Singing on the Mountain. For many it was a life-saving experience. When I challenged them to make sure Heaven was their home because they placed their faith in Jesus, dozens stood—elderly, children, men and women. To God be the glory!

As you look back on your life, are there some choices you have made that stand out?  Choices that helped to shape your education, your career, your lifestyle, your family, your faith, your character?  What have been the consequences of those choices?

Every day we make multiple choices from the time we choose to get out of bed in the morning, to the time we choose to go back to bed in the evening.  Some choices are practical, some are emotional, some are social.  But the ones that make all the difference in our lives are the moral and spiritual choices.  These choices, in a very real way, determine our character and our success as human beings.

A delegation representing The National Day of Prayer in India, with expected attendance of 200,000, came personally to invite me to speak. I have accepted the invitation issued by a government official in Telangana State with great expectancy of God’s blessing.

Choices are like a spiritual, moral workout.  In a physical workout, to strengthen my upper body, I do a series of repetitions on stiff rubber bands.  If I pull the band once or twice, I could say it doesn’t make any difference, so why go to the trouble?  Because just one or two pulls actually doesn’t make any difference.  But if I pull on them again and again, in a series of repetitions, day after day, they effectively begin to build muscle mass.  The difference can actually become visible as I grow stronger.

Like pulling on those bands, choices are effective when made again and again, day after day.  The repetition of right choices builds our character and strengthens our faith.  The repetition of wrong choices can weaken and destroy us.  Increasingly, others will be able to see the difference the choices are making.

My father taught me that when the White House calls, I am to answer. So when I received a call asking me to come to a Faith Leaders Briefing in the West Wing, I dropped everything and went. On a very stormy summer day, I found myself seated at a large conference table with other Christian leaders. We listened to presentations, facilitated by Pastor Paula White, that gave insight regarding the President’s agenda. I came away renewed in my commitment to pray for the President. Every day.

While most of us have made some wrong choices, or at the very least, some questionable choices, Daniel was a man who made right choices again and again. Many of us grew up knowing Daniel as the courageous man whose steadfast belief in the one true God got him thrown into a lions’ den—and also saved him from those hungry lions.  But Daniel’s miraculous adventure in the lions’ den was just one brief episode in a life that stretched for decades, and changed history.  From heaven’s perspective, there is surely no greater prophet in the Old Testament than Daniel.

As you may be aware, Daniel was taken into captivity with the nation of Judah when he was just a teenager.  He lived the rest of his life as a slave in Babylon.  As such, Daniel wasn’t free to make many choices.  But the choice he could and did make at a very early age was to place his faith in God, and then live it out.  Day by day.  Choice by choice.  The end result was a man whose character and faith were so strong that he stands out as a colossal giant in history.

What a privilege it was for me to remind the 7000 attendees at the Association of American Christian Counselors, who were gathered at the mammoth Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN, that the Holy Spirit is the counselor’s Counselor!

After writing The Daniel Prayer, I have reflected on the choices not only that Daniel made, but that I have made.  At this stage in life, I can look back over the years and see some choices that stand out—some good, some bad.  Some right.  Some wrong.  The impact on my life of choices I’ve made is striking in that at the time, many of them didn’t seem to be that strategic or life-defining.  But they were.

What fun to help introduce Daniel to my daughter Morrow’s summer Bible study! It was held in the same room where we taped the first session of The Daniel Prayer video Bible study curriculum.

Without doubt, the most important choice I have made was to place my faith in Jesus as my Savior and Lord as a young girl.  That choice was followed by others, such as the choice to read my Bible daily.  But the next choice that stands out is the one I made as a teenager, which was the choice to live out my faith through surrendered service to my Lord.  And that choice was followed by a third choice to embrace the magnificent obsession of knowing God as Abraham did—as a Friend, then pursue Him in a lifelong journey of faith, one step—or choice—at a time.  Those three choices, more than any others, have set the direction of my life.  They were the primary determining factor for thousands of choices that have followed.

This Christmas, would you give the King a gift for His birthday that I know He wants?  Give Him your “chooser.”  Reflect on your life’s choices.  Regardless of whether you have made good ones or bad ones, right ones or wrong ones, from this day forward choose to surrender and live your life for Him.  Choice after choice after choice after choice…until you are strong in faith and character.  Until others can see the difference your choices are making.  Until others can see Jesus in you!

For His glory,Anne Graham Lotz

Message adapted from Anne’s new gift book, The Daniel Key.  Releases March 2018


Instruction: Choices

  • What choices did the following men make? Abraham in Genesis 12:1-4, Hebrews 11:8-10; Moses in Hebrews 11:24-27; Manasseh in 2 Chronicles 33:1-6; 2 Chronicles 33:12-13; Jonah in Jonah 1:1-3; Daniel in Daniel 1:8; Peter in Matthew 19:27-30
  • Which of these men had regrets for the choice he made? Which had no regrets? Base your answer on Scripture. Genesis 12:2-3, 21:1-7, Hebrews 11:11-12; 2 Chronicles 33:10-11; Deuteronomy 34:10-12; Jonah 1:4-17; 1 Peter 1:3-6, 2 Peter 1:16-18; Daniel 1:9-20

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Anne has created a page on her website where she will post some of her own prayers, and provide space for you to post your prayers also. Her purpose is to encourage you and herself to remain faithful, focused, and fired-up in prayer during these dangerous, dark, and divided days. Then remain attentive to what God may say in reply.     Click here to visit.

 

 

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Summer 2017

… I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

— Psalm 23:6

Stephen Hawking, an English theoretical physicist and renowned atheist, has stated it’s time for the human  race to look for another place to live.  He claims that overpopulation, disease and climate change will make Earth uninhabitable within the next 100 years. 

 While there is no doubt that planet Earth and those who inhabit it are in a destructive spiral, the wonderful good news is that there is another place being prepared for the human race.  And it’s not the planet Mars, as Dr. Hawking suggests.  It’s the place Jesus called My Father’s House — Heaven.1  It’s a place where there will be no overpopulation because it’s large enough to house every person who has ever lived, even though by choice not everyone will be there.2  There will be no disease or death or pain or crying or mourning or suffering of any kind.3  As for climate change, our Father’s House will be located in a new heaven and a new earth where the climate will be perfectly controlled.4

I’ve been thinking of Heaven more and more.  In the last four months I have delivered the key message at two funerals and attended two others.  Since my husband moved to our Father’s House almost two years ago, funerals are harder and more personal than they were before.  But the way I have been able to get through these heart-rending moments with joy has been to keep my focus on what lies ahead.  Truly, the best is yet to come.

In the Old Testament, when one of God’s people died, it is stated that he was “gathered to his people.”5  When a child of God dies, not only will we see Jesus, but we will be surrounded by our loved ones who have gone before.  I have a welcoming committee already gathering that includes a baby boy, my husband, his brothers and his parents, my mother and my grandparents, and an endless list of friends.

Perhaps the best news of all is that you don’t need a multi-million dollar ticket or a rocket ship or a space station in order to secure a place in our Father’s House.  It has already been secured for you by God’s Son.  All you need to do is to place your total trust in Him.  It’s that simple.  It’s that easy.  It’s that humbling.  You can do nothing to deserve it or to earn it.  It costs you nothing because it cost Him everything.  Our Father’s House has been fully paid for—it’s the rightful inheritance of anyone who is born again into God’s family.6

 So please!  Make sure you have put your trust in Jesus, then look ahead with confident joy!  One day, you’re going Home!

 For the glory of His Name…

Anne Graham Lotz

1 John 14:2-3
2 John 14:2; Revelation 21:15-16
3 Revelation 21:4
4 Revelation 21:1, 5; 22:1-2
5 Genesis 25:8; 35:29; 49:29, 33; etc.
6 Revelation 21:7; John 3:3


Heaven: My Father’s House

I recently attended the Celebration of Life for Charles George, husband of my executive assistant, Helen. They had been married for 66 years when after a brief illness he moved to our Father’s House on May 11th. For those of us who loved this dear, encouraging man, it’s difficult to imagine life without him. Our comfort is that Jesus said His followers would not see death (John 8:51). In other words, Charles’ death did not interrupt his eternal life.

So Helen and I are comforted as we think of all that Charles and my husband, Danny, are enjoying! In my revised edition of Heaven: My Father’s House, and with reflections from my own father’s charming mountain home in Western North Carolina, I take us through the apostle John’s thrilling glimpse of our Heavenly Home as he recorded it in Revelation 21. I pray that this book will help to take away the sting of death, the fear of the grave, and fill you instead with hope for the future.

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Spring 2017

“The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective.”

– James 5:16

It’s becoming more and more obvious that our nation desperately needs prayer. As the Chairperson for the National Day of Prayer Task Force, it was my privilege to record a video inviting people all over the nation to gather together on May 4th to intercede for America. You can view the video that was taped in my office by clicking here.

Throughout history, God has honored the prevailing prayers of His people.  One example comes from the first century BC when the unmistakable sound of the shofar could be heard coming from the wall surrounding Jerusalem, echoing across the sun-scorched valley.  The blowing of the trumpet heralded great public distress and was used to summon the people.  A severe drought was threatening the very existence of Jerusalem.  And so the city elders had called for the people to gather outside the city walls.  Then they sent for Honi, an old man known for his devout faith.

After he was summoned, the elders instructed Honi, “Pray that rain may fall.”  Honi prayed but nothing happened.  So he drew a circle around himself in the dust of the ground and prayed again, “O Lord of the world, Your children have turned their faces to me … I swear by Your great name that I will not stir from here until You have pity on Your children.”

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At the request of Katie Couric, Yahoo! Global News Anchor, I watched the Presidential Inauguration at a local television recording station, so that I would be available immediately following for an interview with her. But instead of going on immediately, I sat in a chair in front of the television camera for close to two hours waiting to go on. When I did, Katie was friendly and generous as she gave me a fifteen minute segment.  Click here to watch.

The rain began to fall, one large drop at a time.  But Honi protested, “Not for such rain have I prayed, but for rain that will fill the cisterns, pits, and caverns.” In answer to his prayer, the heavens opened and the waters descended in a violent gully washer that threatened to flood the city.  So once again Honi pleaded, “Not for such rain have I prayed, but for rain of goodwill, blessing and graciousness.”  It is said, and recorded by the Jewish historian, Josephus, that in response to Honi’s third prayer, a long, soaking rain began to fall that ended the three-year drought.  Honi had prevailed in prayer.1

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During the Convergence Prophecy Conference in San Diego, January 28th, I was honored to be included on a Q & A panel at Maranatha Calvary Chapel. The pastor and my dear friend, Ray Bentley, facilitated the lively discussion that concluded with all of us agreeing the signs are converging dramatically, indicating the return of Jesus is very near. (left to right: Ray Bentley, me, Tom Doyle, Robert Mawire, Bill Koenig)

The story of Honi has made me wonder…how many answers to prayer have I missed because I didn’t push through until I prevailed in prayer?  I’m almost afraid to reflect too deeply.  But I don’t want to make the same mistake when it comes to interceding for America.  I believe this is a time for God’s people to pray.  And if ever there was a time to keep praying until we prevail in prayer, it’s now.  The national chaos and confusion, anger and accusations, discord and division, fear and frustration, wounds and worry seem to be increasing rather than diminishing following the Presidential Inauguration.  Could it be the turmoil and unrest are evidence of a national spiritual drought?  Has God indeed backed away, withholding His blessing from America in response to our official and legal demand that He get out of our institutions, government, schools, marketplace, organizations, and businesses?  If that is so, then the solution is not political or financial or educational or denominational or organizational.  The solution is prayer.  Not mechanical prayer.  Not lofty, pious prayer.  Not shallow or superficial prayer.  Not just any prayer, but heartfelt, soul-searching, humble and repentant prayer that is rooted in God’s Word so that Heaven is moved and our nation is changed.

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The video taping of The Daniel Prayer Bible Study Curriculum was an intense marathon. Instead of being stressful, the excellent professional team that recorded it turned the entire experience into a rich blessing. (left to right: TJ Rathbun, Mark Weising, Michael Seaton, Jon Cairns)

God has promised in His Word, When I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain (no blessing), or command locusts to devour the land (environmental disasters) or send a plague among my people (lack of personal, political, relational, social, racial, or financial good health), if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:13-14.  Clearly, the key to healing our nation is directly related to you and me, as God’s people, prayerfully, humbly, forsaking our sin as we seek God’s face…His blessing on America.

Would you join me in driving the stake of your faith down deep into God’s Word?  Make sure you meet the conditions attached to the promises; then let’s pray together, and keep on praying, until we prevail in prayer.

For His glory,

Anne Graham Lotz

1 Adapted from The Daniel Prayer, Anne Graham Lotz, Zondervan Publishing, Grand Rapids, MI, 2016, p.170


Anne’s Newest Resources

THE DANIEL PRAYER – Video Bible Study

TDP curriculum pic_for webIn this six-session video Bible study, Anne looks at the life of Daniel and unpacks the prayer he prayed in Daniel 9.  Unlike the everyday now-I-lay-me-down-to-sleep kind of prayer, this is a prayer birthed under pressure.  A prayer that changes hearts and nations—even in our world today.  A prayer that works.  Learn how to pray as Daniel did.

  • Session 1: Bible Study Workshop
  • Session 2: Preparing for Prayer
  • Session 3: Prompting in Prayer
  • Session 4: Pleading in Prayer
  • Session 5: Prevailing in Prayer
  • Session 6: Battling in Prayer

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  • Message 1: The Gospel Message (Genesis 5) • AGL
  • Message 2: Raising Disciples (Mark 3) • Rachel-Ruth Wright
  •  Message 3: The Gospel Messenger (2 Timothy 1) • AGL
  •  Message 4: Pass It On (Joshua 23-24) • Rachel-Ruth Wright
  •  Message 5: The Gospel Mission (2 Timothy 2-4) • AGL

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Winter 2017

Looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ. — Titus 2:13 NKJV

A couple of years ago, I shared with you an excerpt from the manuscript of my new book, The Daniel Prayer.  The excerpt described the function of lighthouses which serves as an effective illustration of the dangerous, destructive condition of spiritual darkness, and the necessity of a guiding Light if we are to make it triumphantly Home.

I am a lifelong North Carolinian.  While I don’t know as much as I should about this beautiful state, I do know that our coast is very rugged. It has been nicknamed the Graveyard of the Atlantic because so many ships have come to ruin on its Outer Banks.  So the shoreline is dotted with lighthouses. The purpose of each one is to reveal to the passing ships where they are. Lighthouses help ships find their way safely in the dark. Without them, ships have to guess their way through very dangerous waters and currents.  Many ships, although navigating to the best of their ability without the light, have run aground on the submerged rocks and been broken up by the pounding waves.

One can imagine what would happen if there was no guiding or warning light coming from the shore, either because it was dim or had gone out. Ships would flounder in the hostile, changing sea.  Some vessels might make it through to safety, but others would wind up wrecked on the shoreline.  I used this example to underscore the imperative of letting our Light shine in this dark, dangerous world so that by our words and actions, we point people to the safety that is found in a right relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ.

As I reflect on this example now, there is another critical message that has come to mind, and it’s this:  I can’t imagine a ship passing through the dangerous currents and sandbars without straining to see the beacon of light streaming from the lighthouse.  What ship would disregard the critical information of where it is, or ignore the light that warns of danger?  What ship would not desperately want what the light offers which is safe passage through the misty foam and fog, the wind and the waves?

Our world today is like the waters of North Carolina’s Outer Banks:  treacherous…undulating…confusing…stormy…dangerous.

While some Christians seem to dim the Light because of their timidity, fear of what others think, or a desire to be politically correct, others are simply ignoring the Light.  They seem to be guessing their way through the darkness.  They seem to have no idea they have entered into very treacherous waters with no guided path to safety.  They don’t make time to read their Bibles, or if they do, they don’t seem to connect the dots between what the Bible says and what is happening in our world today. They’re not looking for the Light!

Which are you? Are you letting your Light so shine before others that they can see where they are, and where they need to be in their faith? And while you are helping others find their way, do you continue to stay focused on the Light yourself? Don’t get distracted!  Don’t be diverted!  Don’t get off course, even a little. Keep watching—read your Bible daily, stay informed of current events–so that you know where you are and can navigate a safe course through the dangerous days in which we live. Jesus is coming! Keep watching!

For the glory of His Name…

Anne Graham Lotz


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Although the world may look like it is falling apart, the Bible tells us that it is really just falling into place — right at the feet of Jesus.  Immerse yourself in the book of Joel and expand your understanding of the urgency of biblical prophecy for today.  And just as God has a plan and purpose for the human race, He also has a plan and purpose for your life.  So…wake up!  Don’t miss out on what He has for you!  Keep watching!

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Fall 2016

“Then the Lord spoke to Job out of the storm.”  — Job 40:6

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Five days before The Daniel Prayer was released, it was announced that I would take Shirley Dobson’s place as the Chair of The National Day of Prayer Task Force. While this had not been pre-planned by any human agent, it underscored that God is the Master of Perfect Timing! And it was drastic confirmation that He is indeed calling me, and His people, to pray with a fresh intensity during these tumultuous days of national storms.

Storms are rocking our world!  Environmental storms that include earthquakes, floods, and forest fires; political storms such as Brexit or our own national, state and local elections; racial storms that boil over onto city streets and destroy peace; financial storms bringing despair with 94 million people out of work in America; medical storms as millions of people are enslaved by prescription drugs and heroin; international storms as Europe is invaded by refugees, conflict continues to rage in the Middle East, China builds up its military presence in the China Sea, and North Korea successfully launches long-range missiles. Each and every storm is not only life-threatening, but historically and potentially redefining a new normal. The storms are stunning in their number, in their scope, and in their powerful intensity!

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What a privilege it was in July to call the 1300 people who gathered for the Family Leadership Summit in Des Moines to pray as Daniel prayed. And it was a personal blessing to reconnect with four ordinary women whom God used in an extraordinary way to “just give Iowa Jesus” – filling the Wells Fargo Arena for our revival in 2008. (left to right: Lou Gray, Linda Osterhout, Judy Lauterbach and Sherry Griggs)

It’s time for you and me to take a deep breath, quiet our hearts, look up, and listen to what God has to say!  Job reminds us that God speaks through storms!

Job was an Old Testament man who experienced devastating storms in his own life that included the total loss of his property, family, health, and reputation.  The storms threatened to unravel his faith and his relationship with God.  And then God spoke to Job out of the storm.  Through His Word, He revealed Himself to Job.  He reminded Job of His power.  Of His sovereignty.  Of His absolute authority over everything and everyone.  Job’s response was to bow in worship as he accepted the storms God had allowed in his life… because of who God is.

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In April I spoke to those gathered during a rain and snow storm on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, calling them to repent of their sin. Was God using the wretched weather to test the seriousness of our humility, prayer, and repentance as we sought His face on behalf of our nation? While I don’t know the answer to that question, I do know God spoke in that storm.

Ezekiel was another Old Testament man who had been taken captive in Judah, then transported 800 miles east to Babylon.  While Daniel and others in his group were taken into the king’s palace where they were put into service, Ezekiel was discarded.  He wound up in a refugee camp, sitting on a garbage dump beside a dirty irrigation canal.  As he gazed into the distance, he saw “a windstorm coming out of the north…an immense cloud with flashing lightning….”1  Spread out above the storm was a crystal platform, and on the platform was a throne of sapphire, and on the throne was the figure of the Son of Man.  Then the Man spoke to Ezekiel from the storm, and Ezekiel listened.  He found a new sense of purpose as his life was redirected into giving God’s Word to God’s people.

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Rich Bott became a dear friend when I joined the National Religious Broadcasters delegation to Israel in 2014. What a thrilling surprise and absolute blessing to learn that Living in the Light now airs every Saturday morning on the Bott Radio Network that includes 95 stations.

The disciples of Jesus also found themselves in a storm on the Sea of Galilee.  Jesus saw them struggling and so He came to them in the storm.  But they were terrified!  So He spoke to them from the storm, Take courage!  It is I.  Don’t be afraid.  His Word and His presence then brought peace.

Storms are an ideal time to listen to the Word of God.  Because it’s through God’s Word that we refocus on who God is, finding comfort, peace, wisdom, security, purpose, strength, and hope.

As storms break out in our world…as storms break out in your world…double down on your commitment to read your Bible.  Every day.  Because God speaks out of the storms.  Don’t miss what He has to say by getting caught up in the whirlwind of fear, panic, frustration, or anger.  Instead.  Center down.  Listen…with your eyes on the pages of your Bible.

For His glory,

Anne Graham Lotz

Ezekiel 1:4


god-speaking“Awesome 8 days. GOD is speaking in every area of my life. If your goal was a revival, as far as I’m concerned you succeeded in a great big beautiful way!” – T

“What a life changing time these precious 8 days have been. It was as if I was personally walking through the Bible – there at every scene. Reading and listening was amazing. As a Christian of 27 years it feels as if I have started my walk afresh. If that isn’t enough I then opened my book ‘The Daniel Prayer’ and it was at page 131 that I started! SO, I wrote down my sins, added, subtracted three times and then prayed as instructed and today I feel completely different – a sense of peace I have missed for a long time.”  – N

“Thank you so much for your tireless efforts to make God Speaking such a huge success! Stories from the Old Testament and the words of Christ in the New Testament have been absolutely riveting!” – L

“I am from Malaysia and I must thank you for God Speaking. I am still listening to the broadcast and was so inspired (Praise our Great God) that I started a weekly reading of Genesis with my aging mother (94) who reads from her Chinese Bible!! The Lord has kept His Promise to me to bless me when I devote my time to listening. When I heard that you are convinced our Lord Jesus Christ will return in your lifetime, I was very pumped to the point of being rapture ready daily. As a result, I always take the chance to share the Gospel in my community. Psalm 121″ – A

“I can’t begin to thank you enough for inviting me and so many others to receive the special eight-day gift of God Speaking.  I knew it would be good but it was so powerful as His Word took hold of my heart in every verse.”  – H

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The Daniel Prayer


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Listen as Anne reads her newest book, which is based on Daniel’s prayer in Daniel 9.  It will help you pray effectively for your nation, for your family, and for yourself.

Changed my life!  Practicing the principles daily right now and have given each Board Member of a ministry a copy! — R.

Thank you, Mrs. Lotz, for your testimony of personal struggle with prayer, (that speaks to) those of us who also struggle. — M.

I’ve read your book The Daniel Prayer and reading it again. Very powerful and in-depth teachings on prayer…the best book by far, that I’ve ever read on prayer! Savoring every word! — R.

One of the ladies at a retirement center shared that she’d read an excerpt from Anne’s book, The Daniel Prayer, and wept.  She said she felt God telling her to start a prayer group at the retirement center.  She is 90 years old! — E.

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