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II. CHRONICLES.

for fourteen days.

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B. C. 726. passed against the Lord God of their 19 That 'prepareth his heart to seek B. C. 726.

fathers, who therefore ó gave them up God, the LORD God of his fathers,
to desolation, as ye see.

though he be not cleansed according to
8 Now tbe ye not stiffnecked, as the purification of the sanctuary.

your fathers were, but + yield your- 20 And the Lord hearkened to Hez14 Heb. give the selves unto the Lord, and enter into ekiah, and healed the people.

his sanctuary, which he hath sanc- 21 And the children of Israel that
tified for ever : and serve the Lord were + present at Jerusalem kept ? the + Heb. found.
your God, that the fierceness of his feast of unleavened bread seven days
wrath may turn away from you. with great gladness : and the Levites
9 For if ye turn again unto the and the priests praised the Lord day
LORD, your brethren and your chil- by day, singing with + loud instru- + Heb. instru-
dren shall find k compassion before ments unto the Lord.

strength. them that lead them captive, so that 22 And Hezekiah spake + comforta- Heb. to the

heart of all, they shall come again into this land : bly unto all the Levites a that taught for the Lord your God is 'gracious the good knowledge of the Lord: and a Deut. 33. 10. and merciful, and will not turn away they did eat throughout the feast his face from

you,

if

ye m return unto seven days, offering peace offerings, him.

and making confession to the Lord Ezra 10. 11. posts from city to God of

23 and Manasseh, even unto Zebulun : counsel to keep other seven days : See 1 Kings but "they laughed them to scorn, and and they kept other seven days with mocked them.

gladness. 11 Nevertheless, °divers of Asher 24 For Hezekiah king of Judah and Manasseh and of Zebulun hum-+d did give to the congregation a + Heb. lifted bled themselves, and came to Jeru- thousand bullocks and seven thousalem.

sand sheep; and the princes gave to d ch. 35, 7, 8. 12 Also in Judah P the hand of God the congregation a thousand bullocks was to give them one heart to do the and ten thousand sheep: and a great commandment of the king and of the number of priests sanctified them- e ch. 29. 34. princes, by the word of the Lord. selves.

13 | And there assembled at Jerusa- 25 And all the congregation of Ju-
lem much people to keep the feast of dah, with the priests and the Levites,
unleavened bread in the second month, and all the congregation 'that came f ver. 11, 18.
a very great congregation.

out of Israel, and the strangers that
14 And they arose and took away came out of the land of Israel, and
the 'altars that were in Jerusalem, that dwelt in Judah, rejoiced.
and all the altars for incense took 26 So there was great joy in Jerusa-
they away, and cast them into the lem: for since the time of Solomon
brook Kidron.

the son of David king of Israel there
15 Then they killed the passover was not the like in Jerusalem.
on the fourteenth day of the second 27 Then the priests the Levites
month: and the priests and the Le- arose and 6 blessed the people: and 6 Num. 6. 23.
vites were 'ashamed, and sanctified their voice was heard, and their prayer
themselves, and brought in the burnt came up to this holy dwellingplace, , Heb. the

offerings into the house of the Lord. even unto heaven.
1 + Heb. their 16 And they stood in their place
after their manner, according to the

CHAPTER XXXI.
law of Moses the man of God: the The people destroy idol worship. 2 Jezekiah order-

eth the courses of the priests and Levites, and pro-
priests sprinkled the blood, which they videth for their roork and maintenance, 5 The for-
received of the hand of the Levites.

wurdness of the people in offerings and tithes. 11

Hezekiah appointeth officers to dispose of the tither.
17 For there were many in the con-

20 Ilis sincerity.
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of the killing of the passovers for ev- went out to the cities of Judah, and a 2 Kings 18.4. ery one that was not clean, to sancti- a brake the timages in pieces, and cut + Heb; stata fy them unto the Lord.

down the groves, and threw down the
18 For a multitude of the people, high places and the altars out of all
even many of Ephraim and Manas- Judah and Benjamin, in Ephraim
seh, Issachar and Zebulun, had not also and Manasseh, t until they had + Heb, until
cleansed themselves, *yet did they utterly destroyed them all. Then all
eat the passover otherwise than it the children of Israel returned, every
was written.

But Hezekiah prayed man to his possession, into their own
for them, saying, The good Lord cities.
pardon every one

2 1 And Hezekiah appointed the

: Ex. 12. 43, ke

to make an end.

b1 Chr. 23.6. & 24. 1.

The people's forwardness

II. CHRONICLES.

in offerings and tithes.

31.

hand.

1 Chr. 9. 22.

d Num. 28. & 29.

e Num. 18. 8,

Mal. 2. 7.

+ Heb. brake
forth.
& Ex. 22. 29.
Neh. 13. 12.

Num. 35.2

h v. 27. 3 Deut. 14. 28.

B. C. 726. courses of the priests and the Levites | mandment of Hezekiah the king, and B. C. 72

after their courses, every man accord- Azariah the ruler of the house of God.

ing to his service, the priests and 14 And Kore the son of Imnah the 1 Chr. 23. 30, Levites for burnt offerings and for Levite, the porter toward the east,

peace offerings, to minister, and to was over the freewill offerings of
give thanks, and to praise in the gates God, to distribute the oblations of the
of the tents of the Lord.

Lord, and the most holy things.
3 lle appointed also the king's por- 15 And #next him were Eden, and Heb. at his
tion of his substance for the burnt Miniamin, and Jeshua, and Shema-
offerings, to wit, for the morning and iah, Amariah, and Shecaniah, in the 1 Josh. 21. 9.
evening burnt offerings, and the burnt cities of the priests, in their l set office, 1 Or, truat,
offerings for the sabbaths, and for the to give to their brethren by courses,
new moons, and for the set feasts, as well to the great as to the small :
as it is written in the law of the 16 Besides their genealogy of males,
Lord.

from three years old and upward, 4 Moreover he commanded the peo- even unto every one that entereth into ple that dwelt in Jerusalem to give the house of the Lord, his daily por

the portion of the priests and the tion for their service in their charges &cNeh. 13. Levites, that they might be encour- according to their courses ; aged in the law of the LORD.

17 Both to the genealogy of the 5 [ And as soon as the command priests by the house of their fathers, ment t came abroad, the children of and the Levites m from twenty years 1 Chr. 23.

24, 27. Israel brought in abundance 5 the first- old and upward, in their charges by

fruits of corn, wine, and oil, and their courses ;
l| Or, dates. !! honey, and of all the increase of the 18 And to the genealogy of all their

field; and the tithe of all things little ones, their wives, and their sons,
brought they in abundantly.

and their daughters, through all the
6 And concerning the children of congregation : for in their ll set office 1 Or, trust,
Israel and Judah, that dwelt in the they sanctified themselves in holiness :
cities of Judah, they also brought in 19 Also of the sons of Aaron the
the tithe of oxen and sheep, and the priests, which were in "the fields of Lev. 25. 54.
h tithe of holy things which were con- the suburbs of their cities, in every

secrated unto the Lord their God, several city, the men that were "ex+ Heb. heaps, and laid them + by heaps.

pressed by name, to give portions to heaps.

7 In the third month they began to all the males among the priests, and
lay the foundation of the heaps, and to all that were reckoned by genealo-
finished them in the seventh month. gies among the Levites.

8 And when Hezekiah and the 20 | And thus did Hezekiah through-
princes came and saw the heaps, out all Judah, and P wrought that which p2 Kings 20.
they blessed the Lord, and his peo- was good and right and truth before
ple Israel.

the Lord his God.
9 Then Hezekiah questioned with 21 And in every work that he began
the priests and the Levites concern- in the service of the house of God,
ing the heaps.

and in the law, and in the command-
10 And Azariah the chief priest of ments, to seek his God, he did it with
the house of Zadok answered him, all his heart, and prospered.
and said, 'Since the people began to
bring the offerings into the house of

CHAPTER XXXII.
the Lord, we have had enough to eat, Sennacherih inradeth Judah. 2 Hezekiah fortificth
and have left plenty : for the LORD

himself, and encourageth his people.

phemy of Sennacherib.
hath blessed his people; and that pray. 21 An angel destroyeth the host of the As.
which is left is this great store.

25 His pride is
11 | Then Hezekiah commanded to

713. the Lord; and they prepared them, tablishment thereof, Sennacherib 2 Kinge.'

12 And brought in the offerings and king of Assyria came, and entered in

the tithes and the dedicated things to Judah, and encamped against the * Neh. 13. 13. faithfully : kover which Conaniah the fenced cities, and thought tto win Heh ..

Levite was ruler, and Shimei his them for himself.
brother was the next.

2 And when Hezekiah saw that Sen-
13 And Jehiel, and Azaziah, and Na- nacherib was come, and that the was + Heb, his
hath, and Asahel, and Jerimoth, and purposed to fight against Jerusalem,
Jozabad, and Eliel, and Ismachiah, 3 He took counsel with his princes
and Mahath, and Benaiah, were over- and his mighty men to stop the wa-
seers tunder the hand of Conaniah ters of the fountains which were with-
and Shimei his brother, at the com- l out the city: and they did help him.

o ver. 12, 13, 14, 15.

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II. CHRONICLES.

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B.C.713. 4 So there was gathered much peo- my fathers: how much less shall your B. C. 710.

ple together, who stopped all the God deliver you out of mine hand ?
fountains, and the brook that tran 16 And his servants spake yet more
through the midst of the land, say- against the Lord God, and against his
ing, Why should the kings of Assyria servant Hezekiah.
come, and find much water?

17 9 He wrote also letters to rail on 92 Kings 19.9. 0 la 22. 9, 10.

5 Also "he strengthened himself, | the Lord God of Israel, and to speak
and built up all the wall that was against him, saying, 'As the gods of r 2 Kings 19.
broken, and raised it up to the towers, the nations of other lands have not de-

and another wall without, and repair- livered their people out of mine hand, 1 Kings 9.24 ed Millo in the city of David, and so shall not the God of Hezekiah 1 Or, voords, made #darts and shields in abund- deliver his people out of mine hand.

18. Then they cried with a loud voice, 2 Kings 18. 6 And he set captains of war over in the Jews' speech, unto the people the people, and gathered them to- of Jerusalem that were on the wall, + 2 Kings 18.

26, 27, 28. gether to him in the street of the to affright them, and to trouble them; + Heh, svake gate of the city, and + spake comfort that they might take the city. k their acarla ably to them, saying,

19 And they spake against the God 7 Be strong and courageous,' be not of Jerusalem, as against the gods of Dat 316. afraid nor dismayed for the king of the people of the earth, which were

Assyria, nor for all the multitude that the work of the hands of man. u 2 Kings 19. (2 Kings 6. is with him : for there be more with 20 *And for this cause Hezekiah the

1 2 Kings 19. us than with him. king, and y the prophet Isaiah the son

y 2 Kings 19. 8 With him is an "arm of flesh; of Amoz, prayed and cried to heaven. but with us is the LORD our God to 21 | 2 And the Lord sent an angel, about 710.

help us, and to fight our battles. And which cut off all the mighty men of 2 2 Kings 19. * Ied, leaned the people t rested themselves upon valour, and the leaders and captains 35, &c.

the words of Hezekiah king of Judah. in the camp of the king of Assyria. 710.

9 * After this did Sennacherib king So he returned with shame of face to Kings 18. of Assyria send his servants to Jerusa- his own land. And when he was

lem, (but he himself laid siege against come into the house of his god, they Heb, dominLachish, and all his power with that came forth of his own bowels

him,) unto Hezekiah king of Judah, + slew him there with the sword.
and unto all Judah that were at Jeru- 22 Thus the Lord saved Hezekiah

him fall. salem, saying,

and the inhabitants of Jerusalem from 2 Kings 18. 10 Thus saith Sennacherib king of the hand of Sennacherib the king

Assyria, Whereon do ye trust, that ye of Assyria, and from the hand of all

abide lin the siege in Jerusalem ? others, and guided them on every side. కలను ఉld

11 Doth not Hezekiah persuade you 23 And many brought gifts unto the 710.
to give over yourselves to die by fam- Lord to Jerusalem, and † a presents to + Heb. pre-

cious things. * 2 Kings 18. ine and by thirst, saying, “ The Lord Hezekiah king of Judah: so that he

our God shall deliver us out of the was magnified in the sight of all na-
hand of the king of Assyria ?

tions from thenceforth. 1: Kings 18.

12 Hath not the same Hezekiah 24 [ 'In those days Hezekiah was 713.
taken away his high places and his sick to the death, and prayed unto
altars, and commanded Judah and the Lord: and he spake unto him,
Jerusalem, saying, Ye shall worship and he gave him a sign.

Or, torought before one altar, and burn incense 25 But Hezekiah d rendered not

again according to the benefit done a Pg. 116. 12. 13 Know ye not what I and my fa- unto him; for his heart was lifted thers have done unto all the people of up: 'therefore there was wrath upon

other lands ? °were the gods of the na- him, and upon Judah and Jerusalem. 33, 34, 35.

& Jer. 26. 18, tions of those lands any ways able to 26 % Notwithstanding, Hezekiah humdeliver their lands out of mine hand? bled himself for tthe pride of his + Heb. the

lifting up. 14 Who was there among all the heart, both he and the inhabitants of gods of those nations that my fathers Jerusalem, so that the wrath of the utterly destroyed, that could deliver Lord came not upon them bin the 12 Kings 20. his people out of mine hand, that days of Hezekiah. your God should be able to deliver 27 | And Hezekiah had exceeding you out of mine hand?

much riches and honour: and he 1. Kinga 18.

15 Now therefore P let not Hezekiah made himself treasuries for silver, deceive you, nor persuade you on this and for gold, and for precious stones, manner, neither yet believe him: for and for spices, and for shields, and no god of any nation or kingdom for all manner of + pleasant jewels;

ments of de was able to deliver his people out of 28 Storehouses also for the increase mine hand, and out of the band of of corn, and wine, and oil; and stalls

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Manasseh's wicked reign.

II. CHRONICLES.

His captivity and return.

m Ps. 132. 14.

12 Sam. 7. 10.

preters.

† Heb, kindnesses.

& 38, & 39.

21.

were the

P Job Sa. 8.
Ps. 107 10,11,

B. C. 713. for all manner of beasts, and cotes for he wrought much evil in the sight of B. C. 698 flocks.

the Lord, to provoke him to anger. 29 Moreover he provided him cities, 7 And 'he set a carved image, the 12 Kings 21. 7.

and possessions of flocks and herds in idol which he had made, in the house il Chr. 29. 12. abundance: for 'God had given him of God, of which God had said to substance very much.

David and to Solomon his son, In k (s. 22. 9, 11. 30 k This same Hezekiah also stop-m this house, and in Jerusalem, which

ped the upper watercourse of Gihon, I have chosen before all the tribes of
and brought it straight down to the Israel, will I put my name for ever:
west side of the city of David. And 8 "Neither will I any more remove

Hezekiah prospered in all his works. the foot of Israel from out of the 712. 31 | Howbeit, in the business of the land which I have appointed for your | Heb. inter- tambassadors of the princes of Baby- fathers ; so that they will take heed 12 Kings 20.

lon, who 'sent unto him to inquire of to do all that I have commanded 12. Is. 39. 1. the wonder that was done in the land, them, according to the whole law m Deut. 8. 2. God left him, to try him, that he and the statutes and the ordinances

might know all that was in his by the hand of Moses.
heart.

9 So Manasseh made Judah and the
32 | Now the rest of the acts of inhabitants of Jerusalem to err, and

Hezekiah, and his + goodness, behold, to do worse than the heathen, whom o 18. 36, & 57, they are written in the vision of the Lord had destroyed before the

Isaiah the prophet, the son of Amoz, children of Israel. 0 2 Kings 18, and in the book of the kings of 10 And the Lord spake to Manas& 19, & 20. Judah and Israel.

seh, and to his people : but they p 2 Kings 20. 33 P And Hezekiah slept with his would not hearken.

fathers, and they buried him in the 11 1 •Wherefore the Lord brought 677. || Or, highesh. Il chiefest of the sepulchres of the sons upon them the captains of the host * Deut. 23. se.

of David: and all Judah and the in- +of the king of Assyria, which took + Heb. zehich 698. habitants of Jerusalem did him hon- Manasseh among the thorns, and

king's q Prov. 10. 7.

our at his death. And Manasseh | Pbound him with 1 fetters, and car- # Or, chairs his son reigned in his stead.

ried him to Babylon.

12 And when he was in affliction, CHAPTER XXXIII.

he besought the Lord his God, and Manassch's wicked reign, 3 le restoreth idolatry. 11

9 humbled himself greatly before the 91 Pet 5. 6. Ile is carried captive to Babylım. 12 Upon repen! God of his fathers, ance he is restored to his kinydom. 15 He pulteth doron idolatry. 18 His acts. 20 Amon succeedcth

13 And prayed unto him: and he him. 21 He reigneth wickedly, and is sluin by his was 'entreated of him, and heard his = 1 Chr. 5. 20. servants. 25 Josiah succeedeth him.

supplication, and brought him again a 2 Kings 21. SANASSEH a was twelve years to Jerusalem into his kingdom. Then 1, &c.

old when he began to reign, Manasseh knew that the Lord he • Pa 9. 16. and he reigned fifty and five years was God. in Jerusalem :

14 Now after this he built a wall 2 But did that which was evil in without the city of David, on the

the sight of the Lord, like unto the west side of 'Gihon, in the valley, 1 Kings 1. ss. b Deut. 18. 9. abominations of the heathen, whom even to the entering in at the fish uch. 27.8

the Lord had cast out before the gate, and compassed about Ophel, Or, the children of Israel.

and raised it up a very great height, + Heb. he re- 3 | For the built again the high and put captains of war in all the

places which Hezekiah his father fenced cities of Judah. C2 Kings 18.4. had broken down, and he reared up 15 And he took away *the strange * ver. 3, 5, 7. ch. 30, 14., & altars for Baalim, and 4 made groves, gods, and the idol out of the house a Deut. 16. 21. | and worshipped all the host of heav- of the Lord, and all the altars that en, and served them.

he had built in the mount of the 4 Also he built altars in the house house of the Lord, and in Jerusa

of the Lord, whereof the Lord had lem, and cast them out of the city. 1 Deut. 12. 11. said, 'In Jerusalem shall my name 16 And he repaired the altar of the i Kinge 8. 29. be for ever.

Lord, and sacrificed thereon peace 5 And he built altars for all the offerings and y thank offerings, and y Lev. 7. 12. host of heaven in the two courts commanded Judah to serve the Lord of the house of the LORD.

God of Israel. 6 h And he caused his children to 17. Nevertheless the people did sac- ch. 52 12 pass through the fire in the valley rifice still in the high places, yet un

of the son of Hinnom : i also he ob- to the Lord their God only. Ez. 23.37, 39. | Deut. 18. 10, served times, and used enchantments, 18 | Now the rest of the acts of

and used witchcraft, and k dealt with Manasseh, and his prayer unto his k 2 Kings 21.6.

a familiar spirit, and with wizards : God, and the words of a the seers + 1 Sam. 9. a

Ezra &. 2.

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2 Chr. 28. 3.

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turned and built.

e Deut. 17. 3.

& 9. 3. ch. 6. 6, & 7. 16. 8 ch. 4. 9.

h Lev. 18. 21. Deut. 18. 10. 2 Kings 23. 10. ch. 28.3.

11.

Josiah's good reign.

II. CHRONICLES.

The temple repaired.

the graves.

I Or, Hawai.

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12. 4, &c.

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B. C. 677. that spake to him in the name of the dust of them, and strewed it upon B. C. 630.

LORD God of Israel, behold, they are the + graves of them that had sacri-
written in the book of the kings of ficed unto them.

† Heb. face of Israel.

5 And he burnt the bones of the

1 2 Kings 23.4. 19 His prayer also, and how God priests upon their altars, and cleansed 81 Kings 13.2. was entreated of him, and all his sins, Judah and Jerusalem. and his trespass, and the places where- 6 And so did he in the cities of Vain he built high places, and set up nasseh, and Ephraim, and Simeon, groves and graven images, before he even unto Naphtali, with their l mat- || Or, mauls. was humbled : behold, they are writ- tocks round about.

ten among the sayings of the seers. 7 And when he had broken down 52 Kings 21. 20 I So Manasseh slept with his the altars and the groves, and had h Deut. 9. 21.

fathers, and they buried him in his beaten the graven images tinto pow- + Heb. to own house : and Amon his son reign- der, and cut down all the idols through- make powder. ed in his stead.

out all the land of Israel, he returned : Kings 21. 21 [ Amon was two and twenty to Jerusalem.

years old when he began to reign, and 8 | Now 'in the eighteenth year of 624.
reigned two years in Jerusalem. his reign, when he had purged the 12 Kings 22. 8.

22 But he did that which was evil in land, and the house, he sent Shaphan
the sight of the Lord, as did Manas- the son of Azaliah, and Maasei the
seh his father : for Amon sacrificed governor of the city, and Joah the
unto all the carved images which son of Joahaz the recorder, to repair
Manasseh his father had made, and the house of the Lord his God.
served them;

9 And when they came to Hilkiah
23 And humbled not himself before the high priest, they delivered k the " See 2 Kings

the Lord, das Manasseh his father had money that was brought into the + Heb. multi- humbled himself; but Amon #tres- house of God, which the Levites that passed more and more.

kept the doors had gathered of the 1 Kings 21. 24 And his servants conspired hund of Manasseh and Ephraim, and

against him, and slew him in his of all the remnant of Israel, and of
own house.

all Judah and Benjamin ; and they 641. 25 1 But the people of the land slew returned to Jerusalem.

all them that had conspired against 10 And they put it in the hand of
king Amon; and the people of the the workmen that had the oversight
land made Josiah his son king in his of the house of the Lord, and they
stead.

gave it to the workmen that wrought
CHAPTER XXXIV.

in the house of the Lord, to repair

and amend the house :
Jariah's good reign. 3 He destroyeth idolatry: 8 He
prorideth for the repair of the temple. 14 Hilkiah 11 Even to the artificers and build-
andeth the book of the law in the temple. 20 Josiah
sendeth to Huldah to inquire of the Lord. 23 Hul.

ers gave they it, to buy hewn stone,
place after the death of Jusiah. 29 Josian causcth the houses which the kings of Judah
dah foretelleth the destruction of Jerusalem, to take and timber for couplings, and to floor 11 Or,torafter.
the book to be read in a solemn assembly, and re-

had destroyed. : 2 Kings 22

12 And the men did the work faith-
when he began to reign, and he fully: and the overseers of them were
reigned in Jerusalem one and thirty Jahath and Obadiah, the Levites, of
years.

the sons of Merari ; and Zechariah
2 And he did that which was right and Meshullam, of the sons of the
in the sight of the Lord, and walked Kohathites, to set it forward ; and
in the ways of David his father, and other of the Levites, all that could
declined neither to the right hand, nor skill of instruments of music.
to the left.

13 Also they were over the bearers 634.

3 For in the eighth year of his of burdens, and were overseers of all
reign, while he was yet young, he be- that wrought the work in any man-

gan to seek after the God of David ner of service: 'and of the Levites there 11 Chr. 23.4,5. 630. his father : and in the twelfth year were scribes, and officers, and porters. "I Laga 13.2 he began to purge Judah and Jeru- 14 | And when they brought out **. 33. 17, 22. salem from the high places, and the the money that was brought into the groves, and the carved images, and house of the Lord, Hilkiah the priest

m 2 Kings 22. the molten images.

m found a book of the law of the LORD 4 And they brake down the altars giren tby Moses.

+ Heb. by the ? Kungs 8.6.

of Baalim in his presence; and the 15 And Hilkiah answered and said hor, Ben im images, that were on high above to Shaphan the scribe, I have found

them, he cut down; and the groves, the book of the law in the house of
and the carved images, and the molten the Lord. And Hilkiah delivered the
images, he brake in pieces, and made book to Shaphan.

neuocth the corenant with God.

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