Daily Walk Devotion

Drink from Your Own Well

Drink from Your Own Well

A cistern is an interesting invention to catch and retain water. In many arid places where it only rains for a short season, and then there are extended periods of dry times, farmers and the like have dug wells or built large containers called cisterns to catch and keep the water for those dry times. They then draw the water when needed and hope it will carry them through to the next rains. Solomon uses this analogy to remind everyone that you need to drink from your own well.

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭5:15

“Drink water from your own cistern And fresh water from your own well.”

There is so much wisdom in this short passage that can be applied to every area of your life. Solomon first is telling men only to enjoy their wives. The well of another woman is not as fresh as the wife that God has given you. Don’t desire something someone else has because God has given you precisely what you need, a well of freshwater that will renew your soul. When you drink from your own well, it keeps you from a lot of trouble.

read more
A Little Leaven Ruins the Whole Lump

A Little Leaven Ruins the Whole Lump

I would love to be a bread maker. I love the taste of freshly made bread and find it far superior to store-bought loaves. There is one problem I encounter over and over, getting the yeast to take. I usually end up with very dense undercooked loaves of bread that taste decent but are unusable. Paul likens boasting to yeast, or leaven, working through the person and negatively impacting them. A little leaven ruins the whole lump.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭5:6

“Your boasting is not good. Do you not know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump of dough?”

The things that the Corinthians were boasting about in the church were a shame and embarrassment to the church and Jesus Christ. They were celebrating their liberty in Christ in things that even the pagans considered an abomination. It started with a few people but was spreading through the entire church. Their love feasts, which were supposed to be times of communion with the body, had become gluttonous affairs with some of the poorer going without food. The church in Corinth had lost perspective.

read more
The Alpha and Omega

The Alpha and Omega

Times are getting scary. If you follow the news, you can’t help but be worried about what the future holds. Christians shouldn’t be swayed by what is happening because of who we serve. The Apostle John uses a term to describe Jesus, the Alpha and Omega. The beginning and the end. If Jesus is the beginning and the end, then He has everything under control in between.

‭‭Revelation‬ ‭1:8

I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.

Alpha and Omega means the beginning and the end. God was there at the dawn of time, and He will be there at the end. This should encourage you as a believer because you have never been alone, and God is right there beside you. He is the one who “was” and is to come, the Almighty God. That is the God you serve. You have nothing to fear because He has everything under control. Victory is assured.

read more
Persecuted for Their Faith

Persecuted for Their Faith

The church is being persecuted all over the world, and you may not even know it. Churches are regularly burned in Nigeria. Christians are being drugged out in the city square in a place like Pakistan and beaten by the crowds. There are brothers and sisters in Christ who are being persecuted for their faith. Paul was familiar with this and gives us some insight.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭4:11-13

“To this present hour we are both hungry and thirsty, and are poorly clothed, and are roughly treated, and are homeless; and we toil, working with our own hands; when we are reviled, we bless; when we are persecuted, we endure; when we are slandered, we try to conciliate; we have become as the scum of the world, the dregs of all things, even until now.”

Paul didn’t live an easy life. His ministry was one trial after another. If people inside the church weren’t attacking him, he was being attacked by Jews or Romans who found him a threat. His response to all of them? To pray for and bless them. Paul was willing to suffer and deny himself so that the Gospel of Jesus could be preached to people like the Corinthians.

read more
Clouds Without Water

Clouds Without Water

My wife had a dream the other night that I was sick and she was helping me recover. Outside of our house was a crowd of Christians who had gathered because I was sick. The interesting thing was they made no contact with us, but instead was outside having a bbq, enjoying each other. Eventually, my wife went outside and rebuked them and sent them away. It was a clear picture of Christians who wanted to look like they were doing a good work but were really clouds without water.

‭‭Jude‬ ‭1:12

“These are the men who are hidden reefs in your love feasts when they feast with you without fear, caring for themselves; clouds without water, carried along by winds; autumn trees without fruit, doubly dead, uprooted;”

This is one of the best definitions of lifeless Christianity in the New Testament. False teachers were invading churches with all of the flash of being a super apostle but there was nothing behind the facade. They said all the right things and convinced many with the church but their intentions were selfish and produce no benefit for the church. Jude calls them clouds without water. The church is full of them today. They want to accolades of the people but offer nothing in return.

read more
Do You Live in a Blessed Dwelling?

Do You Live in a Blessed Dwelling?

Every person’s home is a special place. It is where you make your life and find your rest. It doesn’t matter if it is a shack in a ghetto or a mansion on a hill. What is in that home will determine if it is blessed or not. God wants your home to be a blessed place filled with His Spirit. Do you live in a blessed dwelling?

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭3:33

“The curse of the LORD is on the house of the wicked, But He blesses the dwelling of the righteous.”

Solomon makes a clear distinction between wicked and righteousness in Proverbs. Those who are righteous are blessed, and those who are wicked are cursed. In this verse, he brings it into the home. To those who practice wickedness, the curse of the Lord will rest on their house. This means that all kinds of bad things are going to be heaped on that home. Contrast that with the righteous house. It will be showered with His blessings. It is easy to see how this plays out in real life.

read more
Put Your Full Trust in Jesus

Put Your Full Trust in Jesus

I’m not sure if there is a more favorite passage for me in the Bible than Proverbs 3:5-6. It has everything in it to live for Jesus. I have found that when you apply it entirely to your life, God truly makes your path straight. You avoid the wrong turns and pitfalls that come from doing your own thing. Put your full trust in Jesus.

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭3:5-6

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart And do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will make your paths straight.”

Everything you need to live the Christian life is packed into these two verses. Solomon tells everyone how to know God’s path for your life and how to avoid getting off track. Two keys are stuck in here that would be easy to miss. The first is “with all of your heart,” and the second, “in all your ways.” Trust can’t be half-hearted. It has to be all in. It can’t be temporary, only when you need to get out of a jam. Trust is a day in, day out walk with Jesus where you look to Him for everything. Evidence of that trust is that you acknowledge Jesus in all of your ways.

read more

A Quick Update

Many of you may be wondering where the devotionals have been? Well, two weeks ago I came down with COVID and have been battling it. It culminated with getting pneumonia in my lungs and spending the better part of three days in the hospital. I am now home recovering....

read more
God’s Fellow Workers

God’s Fellow Workers

I do not have a green thumb. Most of what I plant dies. That can’t be said for the work I do in the church. God has done some incredible things in the lives of the people of our church. I don’t take credit for it because I know I am only one of God’s fellow workers. Through some, He plants, and through others, He waters. God is the one who brings the growth.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭3:7-9

So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth. 8 He who plants and he who waters are one, and each will receive his wages according to his labor. 9 For we are God’s fellow workers. You are God’s field, God’s building

A debate had broken out in the church of Corinth over who was responsible for the growth in the church. Some had sided with Paul and others with Apollos, while others sided with Jesus. The church was split into multiple factions and threatened to tear at the fabric. Apollos had a charismatic personality that appealed to the vain side of the Corinthians, while some held firm to Paul as the founder. Paul put it all to rest by telling them that he and Apollos were fellow coworkers and God brought about the growth.

read more
The Lord Gives Wisdom

The Lord Gives Wisdom

People look at wisdom in a strange way. They think they need to go on a long journey which entails climbing mountains to get to a wise sage who will disperse the key to life. For the believer, the Lord gives wisdom. All you have to do is ask. It’s a prayer away, and...

read more
Preaching with Power

Preaching with Power

There are some great preachers out there who can deliver the Word of God like few others. They hold the audience in their hand and speak words that hit right at the soul. Most of the time, these preachers have large followings. Many pastors are just as gifted, but their preaching is anointed because it is a demonstration of the power of the Holy Spirit. Preaching with power isn’t about personality or persuasive words but through the power of the Spirit.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭2:4‬

“and my message and my preaching were not in persuasive words of wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power,”

Paul wasn’t the most captivating speaker. In Corinth, they would go to theaters to hear the best orators ply their trade. They used humor and wit to captivate the audience. This was the entrainment of choice during that time. When Paul came along, he wasn’t the polished speaker the Corinthians were used to, so they ridiculed him. Paul answered that he wasn’t persuasive, but he preached in the power of the Spirit. Paul didn’t entertain people, but their lives were changed.

read more
How Long Will You Be This Way?

How Long Will You Be This Way?

Stubbornness and scoffing are on the rise. People often describe their stubbornness as a badge of honor and what makes them unique, and along with that comes an attitude of accepting it and don’t expect me to change. At the same time, you have people who criticize and attack everything everybody else does but gets hyper-defensive when someone does it to them. Solomon asked long ago, “How long will you be this way?”

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭1:22-23

How long, O simple ones, will you love being simple? How long will scoffers delight in their scoffing and fools hate knowledge? If you turn at my reproof, behold, I will pour out my Spirit to you; I will make my words known to you.

Solomon describes three types of people that resist wisdom. The first is the simple person. At first glance, this seems like something desirable. Keep life simple, except that in Solomon’s words, simple has no purpose in life and is easily manipulated. The second person, a scoffer. These types are usually successful and confident person who is opinionated and will take you down in a heartbeat. The final person is the fool, who is stubborn and always knows better.

read more
Listen and Increase in Understanding

Listen and Increase in Understanding

Did you know that YouTube is the second biggest search engine on the internet next to Google? People search YouTube for all types of answers and instructions on what they need to get done. One woman built her entire house by watching YouTube videos. As Christians, we have a place where we can find the wisdom needed to navigate life. Listen, and you will increase in understanding.

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭1:5-7

Let the wise hear and increase in learning, and the one who understands obtain guidance, to understand a proverb and a saying, the words of the wise and their riddles. The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.

Wisdom is in short supply. There are a lot of people who profess to have knowledge. You can find a million experts on all types of subject matter. People will pedal their life hacks so you can take shortcuts. Yet when anyone uses common sense, it typically goes against the flow, and they are attacked. Solomon tells us that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge and that wise people listen and increase in understanding. You can set yourself apart from everyone by using wisdom.

read more
The Power of the Cross

The Power of the Cross

The cross, in Jesus’ day, was the worst form of death. The Romans had perfected the execution. It was so heinous that Roman citizens were allowed to be crucified, and it was a strong deterrent to everyone else. Only criminals like traitors or insurrectionists were hung on a cross. Jesus shows you the power of the cross by willingly laying down his life and being the perfect substitute sacrifice for your sins.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭1:18

“For the word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.”

In Paul’s day, people struggle with the message and meaning of the cross. “Why would someone purposely die for another’s sin?” “The cross is too graphic. I don’t want to consider it.” Today, the cross is foolish because everyone thinks they are good and don’t need Jesus to die for their sins. They look at Christians as fools for following such beliefs. Paul tells us that those who are perishing because of their unbelief will often think this way.

read more
Show Me a Sign

Show Me a Sign

Almost everyone has prayed, “God, show me a sign.” Why they prayed that prayer could vary, but all of us want to know that God is near and He notices what we are going through. Even after Jesus died on the cross, the Jews demanded signs from God. When Paul preached the Gospel, they replied with, “Show me a sign.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭1:22-23, 25

For Jews demand signs and Greeks seek wisdom, 23 but we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles, 25 For the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men.

So many people want to believe in the idea of a god but not express any faith. Faith believes in something you cannot see. The Jews wanted a sign, and the Greeks wanted wisdom in Paul’s day. In essence, they were telling Paul, “Show me so I can believe.” That is why Christ was a stumbling block because Paul showed them a sign and the wisdom behind it, and they couldn’t comprehend why God would die in a human’s place. The world hasn’t changed much today.

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Drink from Your Own Well

Drink from Your Own Well

A cistern is an interesting invention to catch and retain water. In many arid places where it only rains for a short season, and then there are extended periods of dry times, farmers and the like have dug wells or built large containers called cisterns to catch and keep the water for those dry times. They then draw the water when needed and hope it will carry them through to the next rains. Solomon uses this analogy to remind everyone that you need to drink from your own well.

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭5:15

“Drink water from your own cistern And fresh water from your own well.”

There is so much wisdom in this short passage that can be applied to every area of your life. Solomon first is telling men only to enjoy their wives. The well of another woman is not as fresh as the wife that God has given you. Don’t desire something someone else has because God has given you precisely what you need, a well of freshwater that will renew your soul. When you drink from your own well, it keeps you from a lot of trouble.

read more
A Little Leaven Ruins the Whole Lump

A Little Leaven Ruins the Whole Lump

I would love to be a bread maker. I love the taste of freshly made bread and find it far superior to store-bought loaves. There is one problem I encounter over and over, getting the yeast to take. I usually end up with very dense undercooked loaves of bread that taste decent but are unusable. Paul likens boasting to yeast, or leaven, working through the person and negatively impacting them. A little leaven ruins the whole lump.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭5:6

“Your boasting is not good. Do you not know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump of dough?”

The things that the Corinthians were boasting about in the church were a shame and embarrassment to the church and Jesus Christ. They were celebrating their liberty in Christ in things that even the pagans considered an abomination. It started with a few people but was spreading through the entire church. Their love feasts, which were supposed to be times of communion with the body, had become gluttonous affairs with some of the poorer going without food. The church in Corinth had lost perspective.

read more
The Alpha and Omega

The Alpha and Omega

Times are getting scary. If you follow the news, you can’t help but be worried about what the future holds. Christians shouldn’t be swayed by what is happening because of who we serve. The Apostle John uses a term to describe Jesus, the Alpha and Omega. The beginning and the end. If Jesus is the beginning and the end, then He has everything under control in between.

‭‭Revelation‬ ‭1:8

I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.

Alpha and Omega means the beginning and the end. God was there at the dawn of time, and He will be there at the end. This should encourage you as a believer because you have never been alone, and God is right there beside you. He is the one who “was” and is to come, the Almighty God. That is the God you serve. You have nothing to fear because He has everything under control. Victory is assured.

read more
Persecuted for Their Faith

Persecuted for Their Faith

The church is being persecuted all over the world, and you may not even know it. Churches are regularly burned in Nigeria. Christians are being drugged out in the city square in a place like Pakistan and beaten by the crowds. There are brothers and sisters in Christ who are being persecuted for their faith. Paul was familiar with this and gives us some insight.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭4:11-13

“To this present hour we are both hungry and thirsty, and are poorly clothed, and are roughly treated, and are homeless; and we toil, working with our own hands; when we are reviled, we bless; when we are persecuted, we endure; when we are slandered, we try to conciliate; we have become as the scum of the world, the dregs of all things, even until now.”

Paul didn’t live an easy life. His ministry was one trial after another. If people inside the church weren’t attacking him, he was being attacked by Jews or Romans who found him a threat. His response to all of them? To pray for and bless them. Paul was willing to suffer and deny himself so that the Gospel of Jesus could be preached to people like the Corinthians.

read more
Clouds Without Water

Clouds Without Water

My wife had a dream the other night that I was sick and she was helping me recover. Outside of our house was a crowd of Christians who had gathered because I was sick. The interesting thing was they made no contact with us, but instead was outside having a bbq, enjoying each other. Eventually, my wife went outside and rebuked them and sent them away. It was a clear picture of Christians who wanted to look like they were doing a good work but were really clouds without water.

‭‭Jude‬ ‭1:12

“These are the men who are hidden reefs in your love feasts when they feast with you without fear, caring for themselves; clouds without water, carried along by winds; autumn trees without fruit, doubly dead, uprooted;”

This is one of the best definitions of lifeless Christianity in the New Testament. False teachers were invading churches with all of the flash of being a super apostle but there was nothing behind the facade. They said all the right things and convinced many with the church but their intentions were selfish and produce no benefit for the church. Jude calls them clouds without water. The church is full of them today. They want to accolades of the people but offer nothing in return.

read more
Do You Live in a Blessed Dwelling?

Do You Live in a Blessed Dwelling?

Every person’s home is a special place. It is where you make your life and find your rest. It doesn’t matter if it is a shack in a ghetto or a mansion on a hill. What is in that home will determine if it is blessed or not. God wants your home to be a blessed place filled with His Spirit. Do you live in a blessed dwelling?

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭3:33

“The curse of the LORD is on the house of the wicked, But He blesses the dwelling of the righteous.”

Solomon makes a clear distinction between wicked and righteousness in Proverbs. Those who are righteous are blessed, and those who are wicked are cursed. In this verse, he brings it into the home. To those who practice wickedness, the curse of the Lord will rest on their house. This means that all kinds of bad things are going to be heaped on that home. Contrast that with the righteous house. It will be showered with His blessings. It is easy to see how this plays out in real life.

read more
Put Your Full Trust in Jesus

Put Your Full Trust in Jesus

I’m not sure if there is a more favorite passage for me in the Bible than Proverbs 3:5-6. It has everything in it to live for Jesus. I have found that when you apply it entirely to your life, God truly makes your path straight. You avoid the wrong turns and pitfalls that come from doing your own thing. Put your full trust in Jesus.

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭3:5-6

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart And do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will make your paths straight.”

Everything you need to live the Christian life is packed into these two verses. Solomon tells everyone how to know God’s path for your life and how to avoid getting off track. Two keys are stuck in here that would be easy to miss. The first is “with all of your heart,” and the second, “in all your ways.” Trust can’t be half-hearted. It has to be all in. It can’t be temporary, only when you need to get out of a jam. Trust is a day in, day out walk with Jesus where you look to Him for everything. Evidence of that trust is that you acknowledge Jesus in all of your ways.

read more

A Quick Update

Many of you may be wondering where the devotionals have been? Well, two weeks ago I came down with COVID and have been battling it. It culminated with getting pneumonia in my lungs and spending the better part of three days in the hospital. I am now home recovering....

read more
God’s Fellow Workers

God’s Fellow Workers

I do not have a green thumb. Most of what I plant dies. That can’t be said for the work I do in the church. God has done some incredible things in the lives of the people of our church. I don’t take credit for it because I know I am only one of God’s fellow workers. Through some, He plants, and through others, He waters. God is the one who brings the growth.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭3:7-9

So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth. 8 He who plants and he who waters are one, and each will receive his wages according to his labor. 9 For we are God’s fellow workers. You are God’s field, God’s building

A debate had broken out in the church of Corinth over who was responsible for the growth in the church. Some had sided with Paul and others with Apollos, while others sided with Jesus. The church was split into multiple factions and threatened to tear at the fabric. Apollos had a charismatic personality that appealed to the vain side of the Corinthians, while some held firm to Paul as the founder. Paul put it all to rest by telling them that he and Apollos were fellow coworkers and God brought about the growth.

read more
The Lord Gives Wisdom

The Lord Gives Wisdom

People look at wisdom in a strange way. They think they need to go on a long journey which entails climbing mountains to get to a wise sage who will disperse the key to life. For the believer, the Lord gives wisdom. All you have to do is ask. It’s a prayer away, and...

read more
Preaching with Power

Preaching with Power

There are some great preachers out there who can deliver the Word of God like few others. They hold the audience in their hand and speak words that hit right at the soul. Most of the time, these preachers have large followings. Many pastors are just as gifted, but their preaching is anointed because it is a demonstration of the power of the Holy Spirit. Preaching with power isn’t about personality or persuasive words but through the power of the Spirit.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭2:4‬

“and my message and my preaching were not in persuasive words of wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power,”

Paul wasn’t the most captivating speaker. In Corinth, they would go to theaters to hear the best orators ply their trade. They used humor and wit to captivate the audience. This was the entrainment of choice during that time. When Paul came along, he wasn’t the polished speaker the Corinthians were used to, so they ridiculed him. Paul answered that he wasn’t persuasive, but he preached in the power of the Spirit. Paul didn’t entertain people, but their lives were changed.

read more
How Long Will You Be This Way?

How Long Will You Be This Way?

Stubbornness and scoffing are on the rise. People often describe their stubbornness as a badge of honor and what makes them unique, and along with that comes an attitude of accepting it and don’t expect me to change. At the same time, you have people who criticize and attack everything everybody else does but gets hyper-defensive when someone does it to them. Solomon asked long ago, “How long will you be this way?”

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭1:22-23

How long, O simple ones, will you love being simple? How long will scoffers delight in their scoffing and fools hate knowledge? If you turn at my reproof, behold, I will pour out my Spirit to you; I will make my words known to you.

Solomon describes three types of people that resist wisdom. The first is the simple person. At first glance, this seems like something desirable. Keep life simple, except that in Solomon’s words, simple has no purpose in life and is easily manipulated. The second person, a scoffer. These types are usually successful and confident person who is opinionated and will take you down in a heartbeat. The final person is the fool, who is stubborn and always knows better.

read more
Listen and Increase in Understanding

Listen and Increase in Understanding

Did you know that YouTube is the second biggest search engine on the internet next to Google? People search YouTube for all types of answers and instructions on what they need to get done. One woman built her entire house by watching YouTube videos. As Christians, we have a place where we can find the wisdom needed to navigate life. Listen, and you will increase in understanding.

‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭1:5-7

Let the wise hear and increase in learning, and the one who understands obtain guidance, to understand a proverb and a saying, the words of the wise and their riddles. The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.

Wisdom is in short supply. There are a lot of people who profess to have knowledge. You can find a million experts on all types of subject matter. People will pedal their life hacks so you can take shortcuts. Yet when anyone uses common sense, it typically goes against the flow, and they are attacked. Solomon tells us that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge and that wise people listen and increase in understanding. You can set yourself apart from everyone by using wisdom.

read more
The Power of the Cross

The Power of the Cross

The cross, in Jesus’ day, was the worst form of death. The Romans had perfected the execution. It was so heinous that Roman citizens were allowed to be crucified, and it was a strong deterrent to everyone else. Only criminals like traitors or insurrectionists were hung on a cross. Jesus shows you the power of the cross by willingly laying down his life and being the perfect substitute sacrifice for your sins.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭1:18

“For the word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.”

In Paul’s day, people struggle with the message and meaning of the cross. “Why would someone purposely die for another’s sin?” “The cross is too graphic. I don’t want to consider it.” Today, the cross is foolish because everyone thinks they are good and don’t need Jesus to die for their sins. They look at Christians as fools for following such beliefs. Paul tells us that those who are perishing because of their unbelief will often think this way.

read more
Show Me a Sign

Show Me a Sign

Almost everyone has prayed, “God, show me a sign.” Why they prayed that prayer could vary, but all of us want to know that God is near and He notices what we are going through. Even after Jesus died on the cross, the Jews demanded signs from God. When Paul preached the Gospel, they replied with, “Show me a sign.

‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭1:22-23, 25

For Jews demand signs and Greeks seek wisdom, 23 but we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles, 25 For the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men.

So many people want to believe in the idea of a god but not express any faith. Faith believes in something you cannot see. The Jews wanted a sign, and the Greeks wanted wisdom in Paul’s day. In essence, they were telling Paul, “Show me so I can believe.” That is why Christ was a stumbling block because Paul showed them a sign and the wisdom behind it, and they couldn’t comprehend why God would die in a human’s place. The world hasn’t changed much today.

read more

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