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rod and staff grade 7

rod and staff grade 7

The 60 lessons in A Time to Gather contain forty narratives, six selections of Bible prose, four selections of Bible poetry, six English poems, and four composition themes (of which two are Scripture passages).

These selections have been chosen for their integrity and worthwhile contribution to building character. The stories include lessons from history and the present day, from foreign countries and North America, from grownups and schoolchildren, from nature and human experiences.

God Visits His Chosen Family is divided into six chapters. Each chapter has five lessons and a review. A chapter is intended to provide work for six weeks. Chapter tests and a final test are available in a separate booklet.

The previous books in this spelling series concentrate on basic phonetic patterns. Beginning in Grade 7, the main emphasis shifts to another important factor that affects spelling, namely, the study of word elements--roots, prefixes, and suffixes.

Understanding the Old World covers the geography and history of Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East from a Biblical perspective. The story of God's Old Testament people, the Jews, and His New Testament people, the faithful Christians, is woven into the history chapters.

Developing in Music may be used for Grade 6 or 7, or a combination of grades. In this textbook with a durable, soft cover, each of the 6 chapters is divided into shorter lesson parts by subtitles. Each chapter ends with a set of study questions and a one-page account of a well-known hymn author.

Artpac 7 includes advanced shading using soft lead color pencils in place of crayons. Advanced grid drawing, including accurate enlargement and reduction. Attractive calligraphy. Advanced painting with full-color painting lessons using full-color instructions. Lovely shaded drawings of birds.

what is the difference between the rod and the staff? a bible study | jack wellman

what is the difference between the rod and the staff? a bible study | jack wellman

This might be one of the best known chapters in the entire Bible. Maybe its because weve all experienced our own valley of the shadow of death or been in deep, dark valleys. David had assurance that His Shepherd would lead him out of this valley. The Shepherd never promised to take him over the valley, around the valley, or to avoid the valley but He did promise to go with him through the valley. Thats why he was able to write that he would fear no evil (Psalm 23:4). He didnt say that he could avoid the evil but he didnt have to fear the evil because the Great Shepherd would go with him in his encounters with evil. Why did the psalmist have no fear? It was because the Shepherd had His rod and His staff with Him. For this reason, there was no need to fear but why does the Shepherd need both a rod and a staff? Whats the difference between the two?

David was a shepherd as a youth and he described his use of the rod to King Saul Your servant used to keep sheep for his father. And when there came a lion, or a bear, and took a lamb from the flock, I went after him and struck him and delivered it out of his mouth. And if he arose against me, I caught him by his beard and struck him and killed him (1st Sam 17:34-35). Rods were sometimes used as weapons of defense or offense and sometimes simply as a walking stick (Gen 32:10) but a few times the rod and the staff were referred to as the same thing since the Hebrew word for rod (shebet) means both a rod or a staff but it can also mean a club but most of the time the rod was a symbol of correction and discipline like when Solomon wrote Proverbs 13:24 Whoever spares the rod hates his son, but he who loves him is diligent to discipline him. In this proverb, it is talking about discipline and not using a literal rod to beat a child. By the way, this doesnt give the person using the rod a free license to inflict harm as the law of God said When a man strikes his slave, male or female, with a rod and the slave dies under his hand, he shall be avenged (Ex 21:10).

In the covenant that God made with David the Lord said of Solomon,I will be to him a father, and he shall be to me a son. When he commits iniquity, I will discipline him with the rod of men, with the stripes of the sons of men (2nd Sam 7:14) so we know that God does not mean that He would beatSolomon with an actual rod but God was using this word as an expression of His discipline ofSolomon when he would need it (and he would!). This is actually a sign of love because love = discipline since the opposite of love is not hateit is indifference. Hebrews 12:6 says the Lord disciplines the one he loves, and chastises every son whom he receives. The psalmist declares Blessed is the one you discipline, LORD, the one you teach from your law (Psalm 94:12) and that in faithfulness you have afflicted me (Psalm 119:75b) for surely the LORD disciplines those he loves, as a father the son he delights in (Prov 3:12).

Even today in many parts of the world, shepherds still carry rods and staffs to protect and care for their sheep but the staff has a significantly different meaning and use than the rod. The staff is symbolic of Gods authority as His leaders were identified like in the case where Aarons rod which budded and was a sign to others that God had ordained him alone as the high priest (Num 17) but also in ancient Israel a staff was given to military leaders (Judged 5:14). The staff in Moses hand was involved with the plagues given out to Egypt that indicated Gods sovereignty over Egypt and that He was working through His servant Moses (Ex 7-10). The staff was also a referred to as a sign of a ruler like a kings scepter which is what Isaiah wrote The Lord has broken the staff of the wicked, the scepter of rulers (14:5) and of a nation when God referred to Egypt as that broken reed of a staff (36:6).

Jesus is called the Great Shepherd. He defends His sheep with His rod but He brings back the wandering or straying sheep with the shepherds crook. The staff has a curved end that fits the neck of the sheep perfectly and it is a gradual u-shape, meaning that it can take hold of little lambs as well as the grown sheep, using the same staff. He can defend the flock from the wolves by His rod and correct us by His rod when we need it and He can keep the sheep close to Him by the staff. This is how Micah referred to the staff, writing Shepherd your people with your staff, the flock of your inheritance, who dwell alone in a forest in the midst of a garden land (Micah 7:14).

God loves us so much not to leave us to ourselves. He cares enough to discipline us with His metaphorical rod when we need it. If He didnt love us, Hed let us wander off like sheep over a cliff. His rod protects us from the enemy and He uses His staff to keep us close to the Shepherd. Jesus is the Great Shepherd and He uses both the rod when we need it and the staff when He needs to. They show the loving care of the Father and the Son of God Who is the Great Shepherd for if the Shepherd starts off with one hundred sheep, He will surely bring home one hundred sheep so we too can say, as the psalmist said, Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me (Psalm 23:4).

Jack Wellman is Pastor of the Mulvane Brethren church in Mulvane Kansas. Jack is also the Senior Writer at What Christians Want To Know whose mission is to equip, encourage, and energize Christians and to address questions about the believers daily walk with God and the Bible. You can follow Jack on Google Plus or check out his book Blind Chance or Intelligent Design available on Amazon.

rod & staff spelling - exodus books

rod & staff spelling - exodus books

Based on the idea that spelling must be taught as an integrated element of a good language arts education, Rod & Staff's course emphasizes the practical side of spelling. The authors identify four types of vocabularies each person develops: the listening, speaking, reading, and writing vocabularies. The listening vocabulary encompasses all words a child can hear and understand; those words he can speak comprise the speaking vocabulary; the reading vocabulary includes all words he is able to read; and the writing vocabulary includes all words the child can write properly. This course unites these distinct vocabularies in an attempt to give students not just knowledge but proper understanding of spelling rules.

The curriculum covers grades 2-8 (K-1 are devoted to reading and phonics instruction). There are 34 lessons per level, each to be taught on a 3-4 day per week basis. Daily instruction and assignments should take up no more than 15-20 minutes. This is a teacher-directed program, but you won't need to spend a lot of time preparing lessons (though you will want to take some time to study and understand the instructional and course philosophy at the beginning of each teacher's guide). While you could have your kids simply complete the exercises in the workbook without using the teacher's guide, all the instruction and useful information about spelling rules, etc. is in the teacher's guide, and you can't implement the course as it was meant to be without

For each grade there is a teacher's guide and a consumable student workbook. The teacher's guide includes lesson plans, fully reproduced student pages with answers to all exercises, tests, and supplementary instructional material. The student texts are black and white with minimal illustrations; while they aren't particularly inviting, there is nothing to distract students.

The authors stress that spelling should not be taught by itself. The purpose of learning to spell words properly is to facilitate clear communication through writing, so exercises focus on developing these skills, mostly through vocabulary building. In grades 2-5, spelling words are written by students as answers to questions or to complete sentences. Most of the exercises for grades 6-8 involve students reading a definition and then writing the word being defined, thus building students' vocabularies as well as their spelling skills.

Because spelling and speaking are interlinked, parents should encourage their kids to speak properly and to enunciate well. If a child consistently mispronounces words, he will have a much harder time spelling them correctly; if he learns how to say the word properly, there is a much better chance he will be able to spell it properly as well. This program involves a strong oral element in which spelling words are consistently spoken aloud by both student and teacher, thus reinforcing the memory of the word and its uses.

The word lists for each grade level include the words research has shown to be most commonly used. Attention has been paid to ensure there are no offensive, obscene, or in other ways inappropriate words on the list, and that the words included are not only common but useful. Students and teachers are reminded consistently that the reason we learn to spell well is to write well so that we can effectively communicate the message of the Gospel to others.

Like all Rod & Staff courses, this one is Bible-centered. You won't need to worry about inappropriate content, and many of the exercises are intended to illustrate virtue. The approach to spelling instruction is time-proven; there aren't flashy innovations, just straightforward instruction designed to help students spell correctly using their reading and speaking skills. Because it draws on students' most fundamental uses of the language, the program seems much more organic than courses that simply have kids memorize long lists of words out of context. While there are more "fun" spelling curricula out there, this is one of the best as far as instructional approach. It's also one of the least expensive.

Review by C. Hollis Crossman C. Hollis Crossman used to be a child. Now he is a husband and father, teaches adult Sunday school in his Presbyterian congregation, and likes weird stuff. He might be a mythical creature, but he's definitely not a centaur. Read more of his reviews here.

rod and staff - pathway - & more - christian curriculum and storybooks

rod and staff - pathway - & more - christian curriculum and storybooks

As Christians, we believe all humans are one extended family descended from Adam and Eve. Yet we may have difficulty seeing a family resemblance or feeling a blood kinship with people from other nationalities, ethnicities, or races. Differences, real and perceived, can lead to fear and mistrust. Being part of the human family doesn't guarantee loving relationshipseven the first family was plagued by hatred and violence.

My Brother's Keeper discusses the history of race relations, looks at how Mennonites have responded to racial diversity in the past, and suggests Biblical responses to issues such as interracial marriage, transracial adoptions, race-based privilege, and political correctness.

Jesus used object lessons: a fig tree, a coin, a child. He spoke of taking an axe to a tree, entering in at a narrow gate, and letting our light shine like a candle. Comparisons and contrasts to everyday objects illustrate many Bible truths.

Object Lessons for Children offers forty object lessons to help you capture children's attention and communicate truth. In addition to instructions, each lesson plan includes verses to consider and practical applications. If you ever are called upon to share a Bible lesson with a group of children, this handy resource provides you with ready-made lessons to use or inspiration to create your own. More info...

Vijay, from a poverty-striken family in India, needs sandals to keep his feet from becoming infectedagain. Vijay prays often for sandals. Read this book to learn how God worked, and whether Vijay ever received his "sandals from heaven." Exquisitely illustrated with pencil drawings. More info...

Many of us wake up on a normal weekday and go to work. We spend a large part of our day trading our time, talents, and efforts for cold, hard cash. When we spend so much time this way, can we still make a difference for God's kingdom?

In addition to well-known people in history, some of whom we list in this book, there have been millions more who worked behind the scenes as helpers. Famous authors needed un-famous editors and printers. Famous evangelists needed people who invited friends to the meetings. Famous Bible translators needed wives and sons and daughters who would help them, sometimes by knowing when to leave them alone.

A brief description of God's unfolding plan for our salvation. Sinful man needs atonement to be reconciled to God; the Old Testament provision was Moses' Law. Then Jesus gave His life to seal the New Covenant, which is now fully able to reconcile men to God. The regenerating, renewing work of God in the obedient believer produces a new creature in Christ, who responds to God's will and expresses God's character in his life because he has the power to be a holy person.

Sixteen-year-old Patrick felt the cool tingle of the wet grass on his feet as he strolled through his father's farm on a late spring morning. As was typical for the west coast of Britain, dense fog enveloped the hills and farm buildings.

As his sandal-covered feet sloshed through the moist green grass, Patrick squinted into the fog. For a minute he thought he saw ghostly bodies and faces. They seemed so real... but surely they couldn't be. Patrick froze.

Suddenly, blood-curdling shrieks burst through the fog, followed by harsh blasts from battle horns. Figures materialized, brandishing swords and spears, heading straight for him. Patrick turned and ran as fast as he could toward his parents' villa. Panic broke out everywhere. Women screamed. Dogs barked. Sheep bleated and ran in circles. Patrick darted toward the outer courtyard of the villa, his heart thudding.

Patrick ended up in Irelandas a slave! But God later called him to be a missionary to these same Irish people. Would Patrick accept God's call to bring the Gospel to the very people who had kidnapped and enslaved him? More info...

Who are the Russian Mennonites? Their roots go back to Holland, where, in the 1530s, God raised up a church to follow Him in simplicity and surrender. These Anabaptist "heretics" were persecuted severely. Many of them migrated eastward to Poland and Prussia. In Reclaimed, the author uses fictional characters to tell the story of flight from Holland to Poland.

However, the Russian Mennonites' roots are not only Dutch. In Eva's Milk Pail, you will find families of Anabaptist believers leaving Germany because of persecution. They seek safety in Austria, Moravia, and Czechoslovakia. Everywhere there is persecution. Eventually they flee to Poland and join the brethren there.

"You ask about this picture all the time, Tina!" Mom exclaimed as Tina pointed to the drawing of the Man on the cross. "I don't know why they did it to Him. His name is Jesus. Now stop asking!" Mom turned back to rinsing the clothes. "Besides, you ought not to have the book outdoors."

Somberly, but still staring at the picture, Tine retraced her steps. The Man had to be in a lot of pain! Those were huge nails. She counted again, "One, two, three, four, five." Five places dropped bloodfrom His outstretched hands, from His feet, and from His side. He had died there on the cross. But why? For sin? What did that mean? And what did it have to do with her?

Raised in an Old Colony Mennonite setting in Mexico, Tina faced many adversities, storms that threatened her quest for truth. Illiteracy. Abuse. Mockery. Drunkenness. Doubt. Tragedy. Would she ever find the One who holds the answers and stills the storms? More info...

"Me too!" says Rose whenever Johnny wants to play. Johnny is not pleased when his tag-along sister puts the puzzle pieces in the wrong places, knocks over the snowman, and steps on Johnny's smooth sand highway. With Mother and Daddy's encouragement, Johnny learns that including Rose makes work and play more fun. More info...

Climbing a mountain involves exerting energy, defying the pull of gravity to reach the summit. Growing up into what God wants us to be also takes dedication and effort: reaching new goals, resisting new temptations, and developing a deeper relationship with God.

This book of one hundred devotionals encourages adolescent boys on the upward climb toward godly manhood. Boys will enjoy these stories and learn life lessons shared by men who remember what it is like to transition from boyhood to young manhood. More info...

"I didn't know this was about having fun," Mama said soberly. "It's about taking care of Grandma. A life of service isn't about us and what we want to do. It's about doing what we know we should do for others."

Though Grandma Myrtle has multiple sclerosis and cannot walk, she enjoys many of the same things most grandmas do: birds and pets, the outdoors, letters in the mail, snowmen, shopping trips, and spending time with her grandchildren. Through surgeries and sickness and long days of sitting on her couch, Grandma strives to be cheerful and grateful.

The Yoder children serve as Grandma Myrtle's helpers. Through the ups and downs of daily life, caregiving, and pushing Grandma's wheelchair, they learn that true fulfillment comes from willingly offering their hands and feet to someone in need. More info...

2 new titles in the Mini Picture Books series. Your child will love paging through these full color picture books. The high-quality photos splashed across each page are bound to captivate and delight. Hidden animals add another dimension of engagement. Plastic coil bound with durable pages for young hands. More info...

God made the best home for each animal. Some live in polar lands, rainforests, woodlands, grasslands, desert lands, the mountains, or the oceans. Realistic drawings of 45 birds, 85 animals, and 10 fish are listed alphabetically, along with size, color, and other facts about each creature, including its habitat. All of these animals can be found in the six workbooks of the G-H-I series.

This miniature encyclopedia also includes some pages of oral exercises that give practice with counting, naming animals, matching, finding differences, following "trails," and more. Colorful artwork enhances each page.

Steve the storyteller, who dunked his Naaman bear in the sink and flooded the bathroom; Jeff the hunter, who slept all night beside his trap because he expected God to send him rabbits; Dennis the chef, who decided that beef bouillon must be chocolate; Merrick the bike rider, who rode right into a serviceman while looking back at his dog; Ryan the student, who was sure his classmates would think him a sissy if he wore glassesboys and girls both will enjoy these real-life stories about boys from a seasoned storyteller. More info...

Faced by a daunting array of local officials, and finally by command appearances every evening before the Justice of the Peace, the farmers pled their case in a "higher court." They argued that before God, they stood personally responsible for the proper education of their children.

Who was right? What was the outcome of the stand taken by the school? Read this charming children's book, carefully footnoted for adult readers, to learn the outcome, and to ponder again your own opinions on this subject. More info...

Tells the amazing story of a baby kidnapped by a hungry black bear while her Amish pioneer parents were working in a field. Read the story and find out how God kept Baby Lucy safe on that extraordinary day!

Eli follows his family down the train aisle, stepping off the metal treads onto the depot platform in Stuarts Draft, Virginia. Fresh from the sandy flatlands of Kansas, eleven-year-old Eli can't wait to see the farm Dad bought at the foot of White Hill.

Change is in the air. Electricity comes to the farm. Harvesting is done with tractors and newfangled equipment. And young men begin bringing Eli's sisters home from singings. Eli's world is stretched wide open until he hardly recognizes himself. Through it all he learns the weight of responsibility resting upon a farmer's shoulders, especially with money being tight.

Ruth pulled Sristi aside and handed her something wrapped in plastic. "Sristi, I will probably never meet you again. But I want to give you a gift. Even if you don't read it now, keep it with you. Later when you grow up, you can read it."

Sristi's home was a bamboo hut in a refugee camp in Nepal. She went to school in the camp, played games with her friends, and traipsed around after her lively little brother. Every morning Sristi's mother offered incense to a Hindu goddess and rang a special worship bell.

One day Sristi opened the Bible Ruth had given her. There, in the very first sentence, she found a special surprise. Sristi and her mother began learning about the God of the Bible. Was this God truly better than their Hindu gods and goddesses? More info...

Gambo was just ready to reply when a sound brought them to a sudden halt. Motorcycles! Within seconds, the roar increased as the motorcycles came rapidly down the trail toward them. There was no time to react. As the cycles came into view, the young men's hearts froze. Boko Haram! The thought struck all three of them with frightening reality. Boko Haram soldiers often drove around on motorcycles doing their pillaging, but they usually hit at night, not in the morning.

The swarm of seven overloaded motorcycles quickly came to a stop, creating a cloud of dust as they surrounded the three young men. Each motorcycle carried two or three soldiers dressed in fatigues. All toted AK-47 assault rifles and had long knives at their waists.

For Christians in Nigeria, persecution is not just something that happened in the past. It is happening todayand is terrifying real. As Boko Haram terrorists make their raids, Christians often face an awful choice: renounce Christ or die.

The stories in this book are gripping, heartrending, and at times shocking. We wonder how people can be so cruel. But more than that, we see the faithfulness of God and the truth of Jesus' words, "Neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand." More info...

"Jake the Fake" Jake is overwhelmed by all his work. He is sure his parents are expecting too much of him, whether it's washing a pile of dirty dishes or hauling rabbit droppings to the garden. Are Jake's jobs really too hard, or is his problem something else?

"Estefeni's Birthday Parties" In the Spanish culture, a girl's fifteenth birthday calls for a special celebration. But Estefeni is a new Christian, and things that once seemed fun now seem foolish to her. What will her parents think if she leaves the party?

Most of the stories in this book are true episodes about real boys and girls. What will they do when met with mockery, pursued by pride, or lured by laziness? Learn with them from the book of Proverbsthat true wisdom comes from God, and real strength is the courage to do right when confronted with temptation. More info...

In AD 284, Diocletian was crowned emperor of Rome. Almost two decades later, soon after Mark was ordained a presbyter, the emperor unleashed his fury on the church. It was a time of suffering and testingthe worst persecution Christianity had ever faced. Mark and his wife were caught right in the middle.

This is Book One of the four-part Century in Crisis series. This series brings to life a tumultuous time in the history of Christianity. It was a time of deception, and the forces of evil tried every possible way to destroy the faith of true believers. Alternating between freedom and persecution, the Christian church struggled to remain faithful to the teachings of Christ.

Life has struggles. We all know that. And there are times when we wonder, God, where are you? Why is this happening to me? This book will give us a glimpse of God's love and sovereigntyeven amid our trialsand will help us more fully understand the great God we serve. More info...

When they graduated in 1952, Thomas Kirkman and his high school classmates made daring predictions about their future, including a trip to the moon. Though Tom never made it to the moon, his journey through life took him to places just as unique.

But not even the prestige of working in the White House and the CIA could take away Tom's disillusionment and despair when he lost the most important person in his life. Convinced that God does not care, and may not even exist, Tom buried himself in his work and turned his back on God.

As the days go by, Mother and Father help Leona Faith find more gifts that only God can give. Some gifts are easy to find, and they make her feel happy. But other gifts are hard to understand, and sometimes they even make her feel sad. Then Mother and Father teach her that she must be content with the gifts that God gives. God loves Leona Faith, and His gifts to her are always the best, even when she doesn't understand. More info...

When Mother, Tina, and Angela step onto the train that morning, they mean only to help Grandpa and Grandma carry their suitcase and find their seats. Then Mother and the girls plan to get off the train and go home. But just as Mother sets the suitcase down, the train suddenly begins to move. The train is leaving the station, and Mother and the girls are still on it! What will happen to them now?

Allen sees a new toy tractor and sprayer at the farm supply store, but Father says that toys cost money. If Allen is willing to pick enough strawberries to earn the money for the tractor and sprayer, Father will buy the toys. Allen agrees, but he soon discovers what a big job it is to pick that many berries. Will he stick to his job?

How can Paula use her playhouse to show hospitality? What should Karen say when her cousin chooses Karen's favorite white kitten to take along home? Should Dennis give away the bananas he likes so well? Who sees Philip fall into the dumpster and helps him get out?

2 new titles in the Mary Currier Mini Activity Book series. These books offer plenty of ways to occupy young and growing minds with lessons to learn while their hands are busy with crayons and a pencil. More info...

From a frog to a hippo to a kangaroo, this coloring book give children a wide range of fun animals to color. The pictures are simple, and each animals name is in large letters at the top of the page. More info...

Provides practice with writing each manuscript letter of the alphabet (both capital and small forms) and numbers 1 to 25. Other exercises include writing the child's name, number words, and the name of each day of the week. The child also practices counting with fingers and learning a song about the days of the week. The accompanying pictures are to be colored. More info...

Father and Mother and the Neil children turn to the Bible to find out. Yes, the Bible has some interesting things to say about snow. The Bible also tells about other things in everyday life. It tells about thunder and wind, birds and a ball, giving and forgiving, and much more. As the Neil family look at the Bible together, they gain a new appreciation for the beauty and truth of God's Word. More info...

Each book in the Don and Jill Series is written to make a child's first reading experiences a pleasure. Simple words and short sentences allow first graders to read a whole book on their own! More info...

Children practice coloring many line drawings while learning each letter of the alphabet, numbers 1 to 10, number words, color words, counting, and more. Simple dot-to-dot activities has children drawing circles and squares. Other exercises include working with different sizes, color-by-number, following paths, and matching animals to their shadows. More info...

Family worship is a time for parents and children to gather for singing, Bible reading, and spiritual instruction. Many parents see the importance of family worship, but struggle to find material suitable for their whole family.

Learning Families is part of a series of devotional books that addresses that need. Each of the thirteen sections in this book focuses on animals from the Bible, including cows, horses, birds, and ants. Each section has readings for seven days, making ninety-one lessonsenough for approximately a quarter of a year.

Each day's lesson consists of two parts. The first part is especially for Dad and Mom and the older children. It includes a suggested Scripture reading, a theme verse, and a devotional meditation on the topic introduced by the Scripture reading.

The second part consists of a reading from a continued children's story related to that week's theme. Each story is followed by questions for review and discussion, which provide opportunities for applying the theme to life.

Thirteen-year-old Twila Hammond looked forward to having another foster child join their family. She knew what they were getting into. After all, she had two adopted siblings, and their family had fostered children before.

The social worker warned that this foster child would bring extra challenges due to the trauma and neglect she had experienced. But when little Tanisha arrived, beautiful, charming, and eager to please, Twila's fears vanished. Tanisha fit right in and seemed to adjust well.

Exhausted and sometimes misunderstood, Twila and her family set out on a journey to find help and hope. How will God bring healing not only to the small wounded newcomer, but also to Twila and the rest of the family? More info...

Thankfully, someone cared. This is the story of how another young couple, after seeking God's will in adopting a child, opened their hearts and their homes to this precious little girl. Read of the struggles, the uncertainties, and the heartaches they faced as they chose to make this special child one of their own.

But there were also blessings. In ways Paul and Annette could not fully understand, little Katia brought joy and enrichment to their lives. Through her, they learned to trust God more fully and to comprehend in a new way the depths of His love. More info...

Can others tell that you are set apart as a member of Jesus' family? Do your attitudes and actions reveal His presence in your life more and more? Wilma weaves down-to-earth personal stories with insights gleaned from Scripture as she calls us to examine our lives and press on in faithfulness to the Lord.

Pause. Respond to Christ's invitation to come closer. Seek Him on the pages of Scripture. Learn to see His active presence in your life. Notice His glory around you. You will be changed as you grow to be more like Him. More info...

We pray that this book will be another small push toward a tomorrow where our world will have zero tolerance for sexual abuse. One child abused among us in the next hundred years is one child too many.

Designed for the busy homemaker, this planner will help you efficiently organize your schedule and de-clutter your mind. Includes pages for yearly, monthly, and weekly planning (2 extra transitional months included), as well as space for tasks, events, and addresses. A handy section of perforated pages in the back is included for weekly shopping listsenough for the whole year. Thumb tabs, dog-ear page markings, and contextual calendars make this a fast reference tool. Along with inspirational quotes, weekly Scripture verses point you to the homemaker's true Source of all help and hope.

In The Final Conquest, the Revolutionary War rages through the Ohioland, further testing the faith of the believers in three Christian Indian villages along the Muskingum River. Threatened with death and destruction on every side, the believing Indians and their beloved teachers cannot determine who are their real friends or enemies.

Despite numerous death threats and a number of attacks, the white teachers loyally stand by their flocks and trust in God to watch over them. Yet they fear the British Indians and look to the Americans for protection. While professing neutrality in the conflict, John Heckewelder and David Zeisberger seek to "save lives" by secretly sending letters to the American military, warning of coming attacks by the British Indians.

On the other hand, the believing Indians fear the Americans with their broken treaties, wanton murders, and threats of "visits." Furthermore, they understand the natural Indian desire for peace and a secure homeland. The believing Indians trust their own tribal nations and agree with why the Wyandot Half King "stopped up" the road to Fort Pitt and ordered that the letters should no longer go.

In The Final Conquest, you will learn the answer to which side in the conflict one could trust and the difference between being a practical pacifist or a nonresistant believer. And you will discover the true meaning of the gold medallion and its promise to Isaac Glikkikan of a permanent homeland for his people. More info...

God loves to provide well for His people. But He understands human nature. He knows how attractive material things can be. The more people have, the greater their temptation to use more and more for selfish reasons. So God gives His people outlets for the excess.

"I don't like having my papers shuffled around by anyone else! I put them where they are for a reason." Sylvester's voice softened a bit when he saw the look on Naomi's face. "My father always kept his desk locked."

A closed door. A locked desk. A hidden journal. Irregular trips to town. And a man named Sylvester Martin. Who really is this man and what is troubling him? These are questions that Naomi cannot answer, even after years of marriage. Around his heart, Sylvester has built a wall that shuts out his wifeand God.

Young Nicholas blinked back tears and set his jaw as he watched the full moon rising. He would prove he could be trusted. He would forget the past. As soon as he was old enough, he would leave and go to sea. He loved the sea.

After years of braving storms and pirates on the high seas, Nicholas became desperately ill. Then he remembered his Moravian friend, Brother Josef. He remembered the verses his mother helped him learn as a boy. His wicked life stared him in the face.

God had seen every sin he had ever committed. Nicholas was not smart enough to escape nor good enough to go to heaven. His attempts at right living had fallen to the ground, and he had nowhere to hide himself from God. He deserved to die.

Growing Children in the Light of Eternity is full of outstanding philosophies for Christian parenting. It includes diverse concepts of parenting and recommendations for using the best one. One section is devoted to getting a child off to a good start in the first few years. It contains excellent instructions for training children to control their emotions while very young, which will help any child to enjoy a happier, more successful life. There are chapters on teaching the grade school age child to mature, listen to his conscience, and take responsibility for his actions and duties. Other chapters are directed to coaching teenagers into assuming adult accountability. In this section parents will find hope, courage, and instructions for heart bonding in those years that some parents find turbulent.

This book will point parents to God's thoughts about parenting. It should help them to lead their children away from low, earthly things into the high fields of God's eternal values. Hopefully it will encourage parents to nurture their children's spirits as they nourish their bodies, because the child's spirit will live forever.

From time to time, the author has written memos to parents. This book is a collection of those bits of wisdom God has given. It is written in hopes that it will inspire weary parents, and that it will answer a few of the many questions young mothers have. It is given with a prayer that it will bless families everywhere, and that godly parents will be able to more effectively influence their children to follow the Path to Heaven. More info...

However, God created us male and female, and His design is perfect and wonderful. God knows we can teach our sons and daughters how to be pure. He placed children in our homes, and He gives us what we need to love and instruct them. We have the privilege and responsibility to teach them a Biblical view of their bodies.

Discreetly written, God, Our Children, and the Facts of Life offers an encouraging and practical perspective on sensitive issues for parents. As parents of fourteen children, Steve and Sandra Ebersole give guidance for teaching children from toddlers to teenagers and in between. Their caring counsel prepares parents for those important conversations with precious sons and daughters. More info...

The thought was staggering. The great and mighty God who controlled the universe saw and cared about him. Merle could not refuse the call of such a great and loving God. I don't know what you want to do with my life or where you want me to go, he prayed, but I am willing to do whatever you ask.

But God's hand continued to lead Merle and his wife Edith. They ministered to souls in snowy northwestern Ontario and under the tropical sun in Haiti. God also led Merle to help begin and administer savings groups among the needy around the world, enabling them to also open their hands and give.

These stories portray the real life of a missionarya mixture of success, failure, and everyday livingtold with a touch of humor. Be inspired, and consider God's call on your own life as you read. More info...

John S. Wenger made his home in the fertile farmland of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Born blind in one eye, he lost sight in the other at the age of twenty-two. It was a hard blow, but Johnnie was not one to give up.

Blind Johnnie also helped with the Mennonite mission on Welsh Mountain. In his older years, he was delighted to learn to read the Bible with his own fingers. Determined, cheerful, and content with what God planned for his lifethat was blind Johnnie Wenger.

Johnnie Wenger learns to live without sight as he finds his way around the farm and community. He overcomes many obstacles while making brooms, assembling farm equipment, and running a store. Fully illustrated in color, this book is inspirational for both children and adults.

Black clouds of war again rise over the Christian Indian villages of the Ohioland. The Delaware capital of Coshocton is shaken by the great struggle of the nearby Moravian mission at Meadows of Light to keep the Delaware nation neutral.

Black Clouds reveals how promises, treaties, and justice mean nothing when war erases any sense of right and wrong. At first, both the Americans and the British promise the Indians safety if they stay out of the argument between a father (Britain) and his rebellious son (America). Instead, both sides coerce the Indians into the war.

In Black Clouds, you will see the Moravian missionaries, David Zeisberger and John Heckewelder, toiling to keep the Delaware nation neutral. In addition, you will see how the towering presence of Isaac Glikkikan brought faith and calm at a time when the storm seemed about to unleash its fury.

Furthermore, Isaac Glikkikan lays bare the root cause of the Revolutionary War. Was it taxation without representation? Oppressive government? Attacks by savage Indians? A desire for independence? Discover the real cause of the war in this historically accurate and provocative tale. More info...

Peter began his second epistle with the words, "Simon Peter, a servant and an apostle of Jesus Christ." Peter learned early, especially after the Holy Spirit came upon the church, the value of being a servant. It was the last lesson Jesus endeavored to teach the disciples when He washed their feet. By the time Peter wrote his epistle, the problem of who would be the greatest seems to have disappeared.

In Peter's epistles, the word precious appears a number of times. Peter spoke of the precious trial of one's faith, the precious blood of Christ, a precious cornerstone, a precious faith, and exceeding great and precious promises. Most important, "Unto you there which believe he is precious" (1 Peter 2:7). Indeed, Christians find Jesus precious as they walk and work with Him.

Hopefully, the comments on these epistles will increase your love for Jesus and for the truth set forth by an apostle who loved Jesus very much. Peter's many exhortations speak to us all, regardless of our station in life.

"But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered awhile, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you" (1 Peter 5:10). More info...

Most youth are keenly interested in courtship and marriage because God has planted in almost everyone the desire for companionship. These seeds are always good and right in themselves, for they fill a God-ordained role in courtship and marriage.

But Satan also takes an evil interest in the seeds that God plants, and he likes nothing better than to warp your ideals with his seeds of selfishness, pride, self-will, and lust. If allowed to grow, these seeds will send a courtship into sin and woe. They produce marriages that can best be described as hell on earth.

This book points out Satan's evil seedlings and how to uproot them, or better yet, how to never let them germinate. It will also help you to till the soil of your heart so God's good seeds can grow in health and vigor.

The study of science can be faith-strengthening or faith-threatening. On the one hand, the amazing wonders of the physical universe point directly to a wise and benevolent Creator. On the other hand, some observations and theories raise troubling questions. Many have had their faith in Salvation through Jesus Christ spoiled by their unbelief in Creation by God. This book is for those who want to come to faith in God or want their faith strengthened. Salvation is too important to be missed by unbelief in Creation. More info...

"Yes," was all Megan could say. Why hadn't she received an invitation? Tears stung her eyes, and she hurried away. It was just as she thought: the girls were leaving her out. They didn't want to be friends with her anymore.

But growing political unrest erupted into civil war. Despite having a conscience against killing, Toms was forced to join the Contra rebels and was swept into a maelstrom of fear and battle, hunger and loneliness, and grief for fallen comrades.

When it was over, Toms was scarred by war. Drifting far from God, he failed to keep the promises he had made during moments of wartime terror. Toms became an expert chain saw operator, but he also became enslaved to drink. His addiction nearly destroyed his home and wrecked his life.

Then visitors arrived in Waslala, bringing the Gospel of peace. They learned to know Toms and liked the excellent work he did when he was sober. Little by little, their words and prayers began to affect Toms's cold heart. At the foot of the cross, he found forgiveness and true peace. From Contra to Christ is Toms's story. More info...

"We gotta love folks even when they do bad things; that's the only way ta have peace down in the heart." The words little Lillie hears Pappaw say echo down through her life. Born into a family of sharecroppers in the Deep South, Lillie has plenty of opportunities to put this teaching into practice. Through racial slurs, grinding poverty, marital turmoil, and the accusation of insanity because of her boldness for Christ, Lillie faces it all with active forgiveness and stubborn faith. Her life and her lips bubble over with exuberant joy in her Savior, and her testimony displays the miracle of His grace. Because she chooses to forgive, God brings beauty out of her deepest heartaches. More info...

I felt trapped, violated, and so helpless. My brain started to go crazy. I didn't know what's right and wrong anymore. My head would hurt so badly I thought it was going to split in two. Sometimes I would inwardly yell to God, "Help me! Help me!" Other times I would just silently suffer, hoping God would see me.

The stories and how-to in Restored shine a ray of hope into the soul of abuse victims. You're not alone. God does care. His hand reaches out to you even now. The pain of the process is worth the joy of restoration. The power of Jesus Christ prevailseven in your darkest hour.

As a child, Obando observes his dark-haired, brown-skinned schoolmates and compares their appearance to his own blond hair and blue eyes. Which of the two dark-haired Mexican ladies in the house where he is actually his mother? Who is his father?

This story brings out the cultural contrast between the native Mexicans and the Russian Mennonites living in colonies. Although Obando struggles to find a place to belong. God in His mercy reveals Himself to a boy who was literally lost and helps him discover his true identity. He is no longer nobody's boy. More info...

What Calvin did, he did with all his might. He worked furiously to complete his schoolwork. He played hard, and he played to win. He was the fastest runner in school, and when the children chose teams, Calvin was the first one chosen. And his side usually won.

But none of the children exasperated Laura or tried her patience like Calvin. It seemed that she hardly spoke to him except to give orders or to reprimand him. Most of the children's faces were as open as a book. But not Calvin. Inside Calvin was a boy she didn't know.

Sheldon Grover felt ready to tackle the world. After the ravages of the Great Depression and World War II, the country was well on its way to recovery. The lush fields and vineyards of central California were in their prime. He had the skills, the farm, and a beautiful wife.

Then, in the span of twenty-four hours, Sheldon's world unraveled. Would the love of God and a loyal church family prove sufficient? Would Sheldon's life be transformed into the image of Christ, even in the face of profound tragedy?

To read this book is to witness a testimony of God's faithfulness. It is a story of how God used pain and hardship to weave beauty into the tapestry of Sheldon's life. And in tender care, God never stopped providing. More info...

Timo Miller was kidnapped in broad daylight on a street in his hometown of Managua, Nicaragua, deported to the United States, and imprisoned for nearly eight months. His crime? Being a Good Samaritan in a situation where man's laws opposed God's laws.

Separation from family and church was painful, but Timo discovered that God was with him in prison. He found opportunities to witness and make new friends. Prison also provided time to pray and reflect on God, life, and the human condition.

This compilation of meditations was inspired and written while Timo was behind bars. His writings encourage us that a person who knows Christ can be free in spirit even when his legs are shackled, his window is barred, and he is surrounded by razor wire. More info...

And then there are tsunamis. They are the kind of storm no one ever wants or ever dreams would happen. But one day, while life is going on as usual, it happens. A devastating tsunami strikes, leaving in its wake incredible destruction and pain. The ruin and loss are stunning. Life will never be the same again.

When a Tsunami Comes was written from the heart of someone struck by a tsunami. Members of the Esh family and two friends were on their way to a wedding when a tractor trailer smashed into their van, snatching the lives of ten occupants and the truck driver. Only two young boys survived. It was a heart-wrentching and utterly life-changing tragedy.

The journey to healing is long, winding, and tortuous. Along the way, the Esh family found that God is faithful and good. With expressive paintings and simple language for young and old, When a Tsunami Comes grieves with the grieving while pointing to the God of all comfort. More info...

The stories in This Little Monkey use pictures in place of some words. Young children love to follow picture-stories with their fingers. When the reader pauses at a picture, the child can say the word.

All ages will enjoy this book about popcorn! The first part of the book is a story poem, which tells about planting, harvesting, popping, and enjoying popcorn. The last part gives some popcorn facts and history.

Why is it so hard for Abigelle and Marie to love Jenny? There is nothing wrong with Jenny, but the other girls find that unkind habits are hard to break. However, when Abigelle becomes sick, she finds out who is a true friend. Follow these deaf girls at a school in Haiti as they learn that three can be friends. More info...

This revised course is composed of one workbook with three units divided into 70 lessons that have tear-out pages, and a 161-page teacher's guide that contains a reduced pupil's page and detailed teaching instructions for each lesson. Principles for teaching penmanship are taught, along with proper posture, pencil holding, and paper placement. Special instructions are given to teach left-handed students. This course also gives considerable attention to quality in penmanship, which includes slant, alignment, size, proportion, line quality, and spacing.

Unit 3 teaches how to form cursive capital letters, and teaches how penmanship quality is affected by letter size, proportion, and also by word spacing, slant, and alignment. Practice sentences about animals are in cursive.

Each lesson has practice lines on the back of the tear-out sheet. Optional penmanship tablets of 100 sheets, ruled on both sides, are also available (see below) for any writing practice or assignments. The lines are spaces 1/2" apart, with a middle dashed line to help children proportion their letters properly. More info...

Electronic technology is taking our culture by storm. This is having a profound effect, not just on society at large, but on our occupations, our families, and our personal lives. It is also having a tremendous impact on our churches. As followers of Jesus in these last days, how concerned should we be?

Technology offers some obvious benefits, such as enabling Christians to reach out to the lost around the globe in ways that men like the Apostle Paul could never have imagined. But does the good offset the evil?

Gary Miller interviewed church leaders and youth across the conservative Anabaptist spectrum. Learn with him how different groups are dealing with electronic technologywhat is working and what is failing dismally. What do church leaders think is happening in their congregations, and what do their youth know is actually occurring?

In War Chief Conquered, the young Moravian missionary, John Heckewelder, prods Glikkikan into telling his life story. But the famous Indian chief is wary of the white men's corrupted treaties and requires Heckewelder to write his story exactly as he tells it.

Historically accurate and filled with emotion, War Chief Conquered brings the reader close to the heart of a powerful war chief, showing his struggle as he attempts to lead the Delaware Indians to a secure homeland.

Would overcoming their English and Iroquois enemies in battle bring security to the Delaware? Glikkikan learns that war and murder only increase bitterness and hatred, and he yearns for something better.

When Glikkikan confronts the Christian Indians who refused to join in the warfare, he is confident that he can overcome them with his carefully prepared arguments. Instead, the Great Glikkikan finds himself speechless. Then he declares to his fellow warriors, "These Christians have the truth! Listen to them!"

Prayer is the gateway to many blessings. It brings us to the throne of God, and shields us from the power of the tempter. Daily communing with God is essential to victory. Prayer is not a tool to put on the back shelf and use only in an emergency. The person who lives in the spirit of prayer will find it to be an avenue of reciprocal love.

How can we have effectual, fervent prayers in the midst of the snares of a fast-paced twenty-first century society? A key thought in this book is "Be still and know that I am God" (Psalm 46:10). "Being still" means getting out of the whirlwind of life and stepping into God's holy presence.

Drawing from Jesus' own examples, as well as examining the prayer life of saints in the past, this book contains much practical advice to help the believer more fully enjoy the blessings of daily communion with our heavenly Father.

God holds ultimate control over all His creation. He establishes laws, institutions, and authority to maintain order in His creation. He delegates authority to men to regulate conduct and to maintain peace in the home, the church, and the government. But that in no way diminishes God's authority over all things.

We properly exercise authority only as we submit ourselves to God and to those whom He has set over us. As we submit to God and his delegated authority, we achieve our highest purpose and ultimate usefulness. If we resist God's will and rebel against those whom He has set over us, we condemn ourselves. "Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation" (Romans 13:2).

God gave us life, order and authority to do His will "in earth, as it is in heaven." In this life, God allows us to choose how we will respond to His will. But ultimately, God will bring all things back into subjection to Himself. More info...

Your toddler will become familiar with the stories of the Bible with this color picture book. Take it with you wherever you go. They will want to look at it many times. Pictures are from 101 Favorite Stories from the Bible. More info...

A simple sentence describes each story. This book for young children is a great introduction to arouse their curiosity and interest in the Bible. Pictures are from 101 Favorite Stories from the Bible. More info...

Are you looking for worthwhile ways to occupy your children? Do you want to brighten the outlook of a shut-in or a lonely senior citizen? Or perhaps you want to fill your own mind with thoughts of God. This book of puzzles may be just what you're looking for.

The Bible verses in these puzzles remind us of the importance of prayer. God hears the prayers of His children. Jesus taught that we "ought always to pray, and not to faint." The Apostle Paul encourages us to "pray without ceasing." In addition to finding the hidden words, you may enjoy the challenge of memorizing selected verses. More info...

Simple outline pictures from everyday life that children can relate to. Some dot-to-dot drawing and some number-sequence drawing make these coloring books a bit more activity oriented. Ideal for the developing child. More info...

This make-your-own calendar includes twelve pictures to color as well as blank calendar pages so children can fill in the days for each month. Each picture includes a verse or saying related to the theme of homes. It is undated, but includes thumbnail calendar dates in the front through 2026.

This book is designed to help your children express their creativity. By coloring the pictures carefully, they can enjoy them each day of the month. Later, verses from outdated calendars may be framed to be used as mottoes.

As children fill in the numerals for each day of the month, they will observe that a month may begin on any day of the week. Below the numerals, they may want to write birthdays of family or friends, or other important events.

When Johhny Miller received his draft notice at the height of the Vietnam War, he knew that as a follower of Jesus, he could never take a human life. Although his debt to God could never be paid in a lifetime, Johnny was willing to serve two years in 1-W service to pay his debt to his country.

Sharing from his experiences as a conscientious objector in the Bethesda Hospital, Johnny introduces us to a memorable cast of characters ranging from friends to coworkers to patients. He writes honestly about the tragic, the touching, and the humorous events that filled his days as an orderly. The memoir of this talented storyteller will move and bless you. His sincere efforts portrayed the love of Christ to those he encountered while paying the debt he owed. More info...

Few people realize that while the Reformation was altering the face of central Europe, a parallel movement was underway in Spain. It was inspired by brave people who dared to study and practice the Bible in the face of intense opposition from the Catholic Inquisition.

Among the leaders of the Spanish Reformation was Casiodoro de Reina, a man who passionately wanted to provide the people of Spain with the Bible in their own language. During the twelve years he spent translating the Bible, the Inquisition ruthlessly hunted him in an effort to destroy his work. As Casiodoro fled from country to country across Europe in search of safety, the Inquisition imprisoned, tortured, and burned his fellow believers, determined to suppress the spread of God's Word.

Despite all their efforts, Casiodoro completed his translation at last, and it became the foundation for the Bible that is still read by millions of Spanish-speaking believers today. The gripping story of Casiodoro de Reina's mission is one of adventure, betrayal, suffering, endurance, and death. Most of all it is a story of triumphthe triumph of God's Word that is stronger than fire. More info...

Father warns that Jerusalem and its temple are destined for destruction. Adam declares that God will never let His temple fall. He believes God will soon destroy Roman rule and restore true Temple worship once more.

Take a break from life and sit down with a child and read him or her a story. Relax in the valley of La Misin with Bob, Tricia, Tim, Rosi, and their new baby sister, Leah. Come with them as they make new friends and share God's good ways. Attending classes only half a day gave them plenty of time to roam the great out-of-doors in the year-round, spring-like climate of Northern Baja California, Mexico. Come with them swimming, fishing and playing on the rocks and the sand of the beach. Go with them climbing the rugged mountain, go bike riding down the steep hill from their little yellow house, or play at the neighborhood ball-field. Travel with them on mission trips over the mountains into barren deserts. Watch their dad pulling and filling teeth, or sewing up wounds, or baptizing new converts. Help them set up the big camp meeting tent in the valley and make memories that have lasted a lifetime. More info...

This simple picture book is intended not only as entertainment for small children but also as a teaching tool to help them appreciate the gifts God gives us. The fantasy found in many children's books is detrimental to the development of sound character. Our hope is that this book can be used to instill seeds of truth into very young minds. More info...

Under Attack lets you in on the desperation and frustration of Moravian missionaries and converted Indians as the duplicity and greed of the Whites force them to leave their prosperous villages and start over again... and again... and again.

As the story unfolds, you will thrill when adult heathen Indians like Chief Wassamapah, Renatus, and Papunhank cast themselves upon the Savior's mercy and seek healing for their souls... and a place of quiet refuge for their bodies.

In Under Attack you will witness the suffering and injustices thrust upon godly people as they are driven like cattle from one place to another. You will read true accounts of slander, race baiting, theft, murder, deportation, captivity, forced marches, and exile. In one situation after another the Christian Indians find themselves despised and unwanted by so many, yet possessing a power that draws men from the darkest corners of heathendom to join them in daily worship of the Savior.

Listen in as the aging Glikkikan recounts to the thirty-year-old Moravian scribe, John Heckewelder, his version of the troubling times. Feel the tension as Glikkikan insists that he knows the underlying cause of what repeatedly pushed the Christian Indians out of their homes and villages. Young Heckewelder disagrees.

Charles Ludwig knows just what boys and girls like to read in adventures. These stories are written right from the heart of Africa. As a boy Mr. Ludwig spent ten years in Kenya Colony, attended school there, and slept under the stars with only a fire to keep the hyenas away as they greedily circled the camp. One night lions came and stole the dried meat suspended on a wire near the camp. Mr. Ludwig has written many books, most of them about Africa.

In this series you'll read about the adventures of Chuma, daughter of the most famous witch doctor in Bunyore, and also about Ndama and Ochella, two brothers who join Missionary Green and have many narrow escapes as they help to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. More info...

The officer led them into a large storage room. In one corner of the room was a pile of crates. A few sheets of paper straggled out between the slats of the crates. Samuel thought... Those must be the Martyr Books!

Among them was Susannah. As a young girl she found herself forced to live with the Martins, a prosperous Mennonite familyfine Christian people. Or were they? Susannah learns early on that appearance can be deceiving.

rod and staff grades 1-4 multi-subject bundles - homeschool planet

rod and staff grades 1-4 multi-subject bundles - homeschool planet

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