Win a Pre-Release Download of “30”

30 album design-final_FotorWe’re pretty excited about our new album, 30, available for pre-order tomorrow for only $7. It’s a collection of 14 more well known Sovereign Grace songs that some of our friends have recorded for us, including Paul Baloche, Kristyn Getty, Austin Stone Worship, Aaron Keyes, Matt Papa, Matt Boswell, and more. You can find more details here.

The official release is next Tuesday, April 8, at the Together for the Gospel conference. CDs will be available from the Sovereign Grace Online store starting Tuesday, April 15.

But you can enter to win a free download today and hear it before anyone else!

All you have to do is:

1. Leave a comment below telling us what your favorite Sovereign Grace song is.
2. In 100 words or less tell us why it’s meaningful to you.
3. You can enter up to 3 times, using a different song each time.

Comments will close will close some time after midnight tonight EST and we’ll pick 5 entries based on content and 5 at random. I’ll announce the winners tomorrow morning and we’ll contact you by email.

And to add to the fun, we’re running a similar contest today on our Sovereign Grace Music Facebook site.




71 Responses to Win a Pre-Release Download of “30”

  1. Paul Huxley March 31, 2014 at 8:26 AM #

    Before the Throne.

    It’s just so pastorally helpful to me and others. The truth that Jesus intercedes for us at the Father’s right hand means that despite our sin, we can come boldly to the throne of grace. Our response is to look upwards and behold the risen lamb, not dwell on ourselves. And in doing so, we’re changed.

  2. Dan March 31, 2014 at 8:30 AM #

    Your Words Of Life.
    It is a really helpful song in preparing our church to hear the Word together.

  3. Jay's Laughing (@laughwithjay) March 31, 2014 at 8:34 AM #

    As a pastor I am always looking for a great song to begin our worship service. “There is One Reason” fits perfect. It teaches us that we have come to worship… the entire Trinity. This is what Sunday is all about! Celebrating the whole God-Head!

  4. Jonathan Krake March 31, 2014 at 8:35 AM #

    Immovable Our Hope Remains, I love the rhythm being driven by the text and the text that unabashedly proclaims where our hope lies. My favorite line, “Who can behold Immanuel bleed, and doubt His willingness to save?” Convicting, awesome and exciting all at once.

  5. John Power March 31, 2014 at 8:36 AM #

    I Will Glory in My Redeemer. This song captures the whole of the Christian life in just a few verses. Musically, it soars. Lyrically, it’s profound. It’s easy to sing, easy to learn. I praise God for this song.

  6. Jason Rooks March 31, 2014 at 8:44 AM #

    All I Have Is Christ.
    I was introduced to this song at Together For the Gospel as Bob led over 8,000 voices with a simple piano. I was blown away by the truths in this song and it has been an important song to me in my personal times with God. The lyrics of this song are gospel packed with richness of who Jesus is and what he has done. Also a great reflection on who we are as sinners and now who we are in Christ.

  7. Richard Wardman March 31, 2014 at 8:45 AM #

    There’s too many! I love ‘Let Your Kingdom Come’ because it brilliantly captures the mission of the church and I think it’s great for the church to sing of that mission in a celebratory sense. Plus, I love those bagpipes on the original.

  8. Jeremy Tuinstra March 31, 2014 at 8:56 AM #

    Jesus, Thank You. My reason is simple: “the wrath of God completely satisfied.” So much gospel in that one phrase!

  9. Trent Broussard March 31, 2014 at 8:59 AM #

    All I Have Is Christ

    For me, no other song resonates with my own testimony. I met Christ 20 years ago today, I was 25 years old. Before that I lived in pretense and misery, under the pressure of performance believing that I was acceptable to God because I could do something or sing something. I didn’t understand that I even really needed Christ. In my delusion, I thought somehow that He needed me. When I came face to face with the fact that I was a sinner in need of a Savior it rocked my world to the foundation. The freedom that came when I was released from the prison of good works and self deceit was overwhelming. Every time I sing All I Have Is Christ, I am taken back to the night that Christ became my all and I rejoice that God would choose to own this rebel to His will.

  10. Bruce March 31, 2014 at 9:00 AM #

    O Great God, from Valley of Vision

    Simple melody, like a folk hymn
    Sung as a prayer, we love to use it just before or after a sermon
    Beautifully sung on the recording

  11. Trent Broussard March 31, 2014 at 9:02 AM #

    Behold Our God

    When I sing or hear this, I am reminded of Job and his interaction with God. Who I am to question the Creator, the Keeper, the Sustainer of all things.

  12. Steven R. Robertson March 31, 2014 at 9:02 AM #

    All That Thrills My Soul Is Jesus. I love that the song sends me to the Trinity to look for deep, soul-satisfying joy–which is found in no one and nothing else.

  13. Trent Broussard March 31, 2014 at 9:04 AM #

    Come Praise And Glorify

    Honestly I love this song for both the depth of lyrical content and the fact that the rhythm and chord structure remind me of the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. I know my hope to win here is the random drawing and not on content. :)

  14. Gary Ware March 31, 2014 at 9:06 AM #

    Receive The Glory.
    So much the experience and testimony of us as a local church.

  15. davidjanchan March 31, 2014 at 9:08 AM #

    “Show Us Christ” is a song I would adopt as a prayer right before the Scripture Reading. I know of no worship song that helps me to fix my gaze upon the Word – the Triune God’s revelation of Himself in the Word made flesh through His written Word.

  16. Leah March 31, 2014 at 9:14 AM #

    I love O My Soul Arise. The lyrics that say “My God has reconciled…” so encouraging to my soul.

  17. Leah March 31, 2014 at 9:19 AM #

    Show Us Christ is another favorite. “Prepare our hearts, O God. Help us to receive.” The words are a good reminder that we need the Spirit to speak to us.

  18. Leah March 31, 2014 at 9:20 AM #

    I just love the new arrangement of “Great Things.” It’s a fresh spin on an old hymn.

  19. William Simmons March 31, 2014 at 9:24 AM #

    Looking forward to the newest album. Behold our God has become a staple in our Body of believers!

  20. James Lundquist March 31, 2014 at 9:34 AM #

    Grace and Peace. The gospel is so clear in this song. The first verse helps us see just how wretched we are and without any hope in ourselves.The rest of the song declares the amazing grace and love it took to save us. Jesus took wrath and gives us peace.

  21. Richard lee March 31, 2014 at 9:43 AM #

    You Have Been Raised
    Wonderful song of the sure hope of eternal life because of our risen savior!

  22. Caleb March 31, 2014 at 9:43 AM #

    “Show Us Christ”

    I have three reasons:

    1) A theological reason

    This song is packed with beautifully articulated truth. If all the scriptures testify about Christ, then should that not also be our prayer as we hear the word of God preached?

    2) A liturgical reason

    I find it so helpful to have sings like this in a church’s repertoire. To be able to sing this right before the preaching event is so helpful to everyone involved. It sets our hearts together a song/prayer that we would be able to see our Savior.

    3) An emotional reason

    I was married a year and a half ago and we played this song at the very beginning of the ceremony. We could think of no better to begin our wedding than with those words, “Show us Christ.”

  23. Timmy March 31, 2014 at 10:52 AM #

    “Grace & Peace” is my favorite Sovereign Grace song, as it was the song that introduced me to SG in the first place. I attended Worship God East last year, not knowing any of SG’s music, but having read Bob’s book, Worship Matters. The strong declaration of the Gospel in “Grace & Peace” captured my attention, and resulted in my buying the album. Now, because of “Grace & Peace”, I have further explored SG’s music and am using it with my congregation. I am thankful for such strong theology in well-written songs!

  24. Ben Keen March 31, 2014 at 10:54 AM #

    All I have is Christ

    The phrase ‘hell-bound race’ is such a powerful reminder of the former life, and the current state of those outside of Christ.

  25. ronniebatchelor March 31, 2014 at 11:22 AM #

    It Is Not Death to Die: I was given a copy of “Come Weary Saints” around the time that one of my dearest friends was diagnosed with cancer and given a grim prognosis. This gospel-saturated lyric had a buoying effect during that hard season —

    It is not death to fling
    Aside this earthly dust
    And rise with strong and noble wing
    To live among the just

  26. Richard Thorneycroft March 31, 2014 at 11:25 AM #

    So many that could be mentioned, but a personal stand out that I am grateful for is the reviving of Toplady’s “A Debtor to Mercy” a beautiful hymn, a beautiful new setting and so helpful as a song to express and ponder the wonder of grace and assurance – So grateful for your ministry / look forward to decades more.

  27. Katie Short March 31, 2014 at 11:33 AM #

    I have too many favorites to just pick one! “All I Have Is Christ” constantly reminds me that I need nothing in this world. Christ is my All in All;Christ is Over All.

  28. Matt Hoage March 31, 2014 at 11:43 AM #

    When You Move: it’s been a theme song that’s been in my head for months. In seeking God to move in our church and in our community—that he would break us, humble us, and we would be willing vessels and reflectors of His glory.

  29. paschott March 31, 2014 at 12:06 PM #

    Prodigal is definitely one of my favorites, though likely the video put together made a difference in that:

    The song captures our running from God and back to Him very well.

  30. paschott March 31, 2014 at 12:11 PM #

    The Gospel Song – so simple but so profound. When I heard that as the opening to Songs for the Cross Centered Life, I had to repeat it a couple of times because it really touched me.

  31. paschott March 31, 2014 at 12:15 PM #

    I guess my 3rd choice would be “All I Have is Christ”. I’d heard it before, but hearing all of those voices singing it in Together for the Gospel really brought it home. The lyrics are beautiful, portraying our sin nature and God’s redemption in our lives wonderfully. The chorus drives home what our desire should ultimately be – Jesus is my life and not through anything we’ve done but all through what God has done.

  32. Suzanne @ Princapecos March 31, 2014 at 12:26 PM #

    A favorite is definitely O Great God from Valley of Vision (which is one of my two favorite SG albums). This song is such a precious prayer, helping me to focus my heart on Christ.

  33. Suzanne @ Princapecos March 31, 2014 at 12:28 PM #

    I enjoy The Son of God Came Down (Savior) — it tells the gospel story in such a sweet way.

  34. Suzanne @ Princapecos March 31, 2014 at 12:30 PM #

    The Gospel Song is a wonderfully simple truth, set to music. My daughter and I used it with a children’s group last fall as we were coming alongside their church to cultivate a gospel/missions mindset in developing friendships with children living in Scotland’s schemes (via 20schemes).

  35. Aden Sheets March 31, 2014 at 12:40 PM #

    “Nothing that My Hands Can Do” would be my number one top. I am beautifully and constantly reminded about my depravity and the sovereignty of God. The second verse has been a bolster in the midst of trials when I lose sight of the Glory of Christ and turn to my own works instead. I can’t help but cry at the truth in the third verse and the thought of finally seeing my Savior’s face and scars, knowing how unworthy I am to have those done to Him on my account.

  36. James Lundquist March 31, 2014 at 1:25 PM #

    “All I Have Is Christ”. The title says it all. I was lost, running to hell, by the grace of God alone, I was saved. I am nothing without Christ. This song helps me preach the truth to myself as I sing.

  37. James Lundquist March 31, 2014 at 1:33 PM #

    “I Want To Be Where You Are”…I need the constant reminder that this is not my permanent home. There is a day to long for! Until that day, I use my ransomed life (reference to All I have Is Christ) to proclaim His glorious gospel and may God use that proclamation to save more brothers/sisters to be with Christ for all eternity!

  38. Bruce March 31, 2014 at 1:36 PM #

    Behold Our God, particularly the version on Together for the Gospel II

    Biblical lyrics, not just in phraseology, but in shape and focus
    Verses set in questions, answered by the chorus
    A twist in the verse that highlights the glorious shame of the cross
    Chorus whose bold lyrics soar, and music that lets you sing it that way

  39. Cameron Morgan March 31, 2014 at 2:03 PM #

    My favorite is “The Glories of Calvary.” What I love about this song is the focus on the cross of Christ and His work for us. Just a very powerful song of reflection and meditation on Christ.

  40. Jordie Poblete (@jordiepoblete) March 31, 2014 at 2:23 PM #

    “Show Us Christ” is the unending plea of the Christian during this life. Not only does it perfectly set the tone before the pastor preaches the Word on Sunday, it sets the tone for the rest of the week as we seek God in our own Bible devotional time. We need to see God through His Word everyday as He is our strength and hope.

    Tie that message with the very simplistic (and appropriate) musical underscore and you have the great combination that is “sound + doctrine” that Sovereign Grace Music is known for and what I and our church is blessed by.

  41. Will Gerrald March 31, 2014 at 2:33 PM #

    I was introduced to Sovereign Grace Music by my professor, Chip Stam. I was privileged to have participated in his memorial service at SBTS where the song “It Is Not Death to Die” was beautifully delivered. That song was my first real introduction to your ministry. Our sovereign God used Chip, his teaching and his death, to mold my priorities in worship for His purposes. You see, even before I accepted my first full time position, Chip was teaching me how to face death in a way that honors God and trusts in his Word. In the short time since my ministry has been riddled with tragic death. “It Is Not Death to Die” has been a comforting reminder of the goodness of God not only to me, but to those in my congregation that have been shaken by loss. I had the heart-wrenching privilege of helping a family in our church plan the funeral for their 11 year old son. I presented them with several songs (including “It Is Not Death to Die”) for private devotion, and they chose “God Moves” for me to sing (ultimately through many tears) at the funeral.

    This all seems very heavy, but all is not so sorrowful! Your songs (even happy ones) have also slowly infiltrated our Sunday services, and our people enjoy singing them. Praise God for you all and for my faithful professor who introduced you all to me even after his passing.

    It is not death to die, indeed.

  42. Matt Rudd March 31, 2014 at 2:42 PM #

    All I Have is Christ

    Rich, gospel-centered lyrics that tell the story of each individual sinner finding incredible grace in Jesus Christ. The chorus, in a very simple way, declares the anthem of my life: All I have is indeed Christ. Nothing else will do.

  43. Matt Rudd March 31, 2014 at 2:44 PM #

    2nd favorite has to be “O Great God.” The lyrics speak to me every single time I sing it, especially the verse that goes, “Help me now to live a life that’s dependent on your grace.” This is my heart’s cry.

  44. Kyle Plattner (@kyleplattner) March 31, 2014 at 2:51 PM #

    My favorite Sovereign Grace song is All I have is Christ because of the moment my wife and I shared at Together for the Gospel 2012 singing it together. It was a humbling and uniting moment for us that we both look back on with fondness. May God continue to use it for his glory.

  45. josephhelt March 31, 2014 at 2:57 PM #

    Immovable Our Hope Remains

    I discovered this hymn just weeks before becoming a senior pastor at a church and it has been a constant refrain in my head for the past eight months.

    “The floods may rise, the winds may beat,
    torrential rains descend.
    Yet God his own will not forget,
    He’ll love and keep us to the end”

    It is this rock of a promise that has settled me in the rocky boat of ministry and my own weakness and sin. God will not forget his own and so I, and the rest of the sheep, rest secure.


  46. Rachael Hart March 31, 2014 at 3:13 PM #

    “All I Have is Christ!”

    Never have I found the lyrics to this song to be as timely and as comforting as they have been this last month. Several dear friends in our church are going through heartbreaking periods of loss in their life right now, and I am racking my brain to find creative ways to encourage them and comfort them. The Holy Spirit is teaching me that there is absolutely NOTHING outside the arms of our Savior that can soothe the longing and grief left in loss’s wake. I am learning to share with them that there is no distraction, toy, technology, or person capable of alleviating or bearing their burdens better than the Lord. I pray that my encouragement to each of them will remain consistent, and that we as a hurting community will be able to say:

    “And let my song forever be

    My only boast is You.”

    Hallelujah! ALL I HAVE IS CHRIST!

  47. Jeffrey L. Wohlfert March 31, 2014 at 4:05 PM #

    All I have is Christ. The first time I sang this song is etched in my mind. It was at the 2010 T4G conference. The words resounded in my heart, mind, and mouth. I don’t think I could have sang any louder that day as I reflected on my guilt in the light of His grace, my crimes and His ross.

  48. Jeffrey L. Wohlfert March 31, 2014 at 4:14 PM #

    Come Thou Fount. Once again at T4G, we sang the hymn “Come Thou Fount” I knew the first three verses which are great, but then we were lead into the fourth verse that was added, I believe, by Bob. That verse just took my mind to my future with Jesus. I could see myself standing in blood-washed linen singing God’s praise for His wonderful sovereign grace. I mean what else can I praise God for in His presence outside of His sovereign grace.

  49. Jason Williams March 31, 2014 at 4:58 PM #

    Gladly Would I Leave Behind Me
    Each morning, I wake to this song, which reminds me that whatever I face each day — feast or famine, pain or pleasure — is nothing to be compared to that which awaits me/us in the presence of our God and Christ. It inspires to worship and heavenly-longing the world-weary soul, and sets my praying heart to the tune of God’s truth that carries me through the day.

  50. Kevin March 31, 2014 at 5:41 PM #

    All I Have is Christ. Explains the Gospel so simply yet so beautifully.

  51. JonnyR March 31, 2014 at 5:53 PM #

    Mine right now would be, “Now Why This Fear” because it spurs me to press on!

    • Jennifer Sadler April 1, 2014 at 2:37 AM #

      My favourite song would be “You Never Change”. As a missionary here in Japan, I have sung this song many times in different events and each time it speaks to me me about how God is a source of all good and it echoes the hymn, “Great is thy faithfulness” as each morning his mercies are new! In the second verse it speaks of mountains fall into the sea. As we have endured the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami here in Japan, this songs speaks to those who have lost hope and need the Author of Life – Jesus Christ.

  52. Jason Williams March 31, 2014 at 6:07 PM #

    Now Why This Fear
    The song played most often on the phones and stereos and computers in my household, this song digs deep to unearth the source of our pains and problems — fear — and pours in the balm of healing that we need every hour: Jesus. “All my trust is in your blood!” The words of this song preach to my soul, and Pat and the team at The Gathering graciously lead my family and me to walk and worship with awe and confidence. Whether I’m working out in the gym or singing out with a congregation, I love this song.

  53. Tim Hall March 31, 2014 at 8:15 PM #

    All That I need

    This song is simply a great reminder of what Christ does for us in our ongoing journey, and that “all that we need” is in him.

  54. Jeremy Sauskojus March 31, 2014 at 8:28 PM #

    All I Have is Christ
    Each one of us can join the story of the Prodigal Son — some of us are the son who left in rebellion, and some of us are the son who stayed in rebellion (pride). Either way, each of us is in desperate need of the Lord Jesus Christ.
    Personally, I started as the son who stayed and rejoiced in my perceived righteousness. Then, God, in His graciousness, exposed my heart as I ran my hell-bound race.
    All of us are sinners in need of the cross. Some of us have trained ourselves to wear our sin on the inside, while others of us have trained ourselves to wear our sin on the outside. Praise God for His redeeming work in us!

  55. John Braswell March 31, 2014 at 8:51 PM #

    “All I Have Is Christ”
    First found this song referenced in our Sunday school literature. Looked it up on YouTube and was floored by the awesome raw truth. Never before had I heard a song speak so plainly about our rebellion against God. We, the church, need to be reminded of how wretched we are. How deceitful and untrustworthy our hearts. Then, we can truly appreciate the gospel all the more. All I have is Christ, so I have everything i need!

  56. Kevin March 31, 2014 at 9:26 PM #

    My Redeemer’s Love

    Biblically describes God’s love for us when the concept is so skewed by the world’s definition of love

  57. Kevin March 31, 2014 at 9:27 PM #

    Now Why This Fear

    Addresses our doubt and unbelief by reminding us that salvation was fully accomplished by the person and work of Christ

  58. Caleb Mathews March 31, 2014 at 9:39 PM #

    My favorite is “All I have is Christ”. I so enjoy singing this song corporately. The chorus is so simple, truthful, and powerful. So many times, I honestly feel like my heart is saying, “Ugh… all I have is Christ…” But by God’s grace, He is teaching me to count everything as loss compared to knowing the Savior. I’m also thankful for the way the song is written. The verse lyrics speak gospel truths, like “all I know is grace,” that lead to the ability to honestly declare the challenging and comforting words of the chorus.

  59. Caleb Mathews March 31, 2014 at 9:46 PM #

    It’s so difficult to pick just one song. I’m thankful for so many! I also love an oldie but goodie called “Out of the Depths”. Psalm 130 is one that I constantly refer back to for comfort, and this song brilliantly reinforces its truths. There is a particular lyric that encourages my soul and strengthens my faith every time I hear it: “In every trial and loss, my hope is in the cross, where your compassion never fails.” These words never fail to stir my heart, and even this one line will undoubtedly endure in my mind for years.

  60. Jared March 31, 2014 at 10:38 PM #

    “The Glory of the Cross.” It points both my heart and mind to the confident hope I have because of the righteousness, love, and mercy that Christ displayed on the cross, but then wraps all of that up in the bigger-picture: the glory of God that Christ displayed on the cross. It reminds me that I can serve God gladly, whatever the sacrifice, because the glory of God in the cross of Christ is worth it.

  61. Nicole McLernon March 31, 2014 at 10:59 PM #

    Out of the Depths. It never fails to instantly refocus my eyes on the truth of the Cross in the midst of hardship and trial. I think I can count on one hand the amount of times I’ve managed made it through the song without crying.

  62. Nicole McLernon March 31, 2014 at 11:04 PM #

    Behold Our God.

    I so appreciate how this song simply speaks truth about who God is and His utter majesty. And I love how it calls us to the only appropriate response – adoration.

  63. Caleb Mathews March 31, 2014 at 11:12 PM #

    I’m so thankful that Sovereign Grace recorded “How Sweet and Aweful is the Place.” This hymn has such a special place in my heart. I enjoy the rich theology that deals with sin, salvation, the nations, and a host of other precious truths. But after my old college pastor and dear friend preached his last sermon before leaving for Central Asia to serve as a missionary, we sang this song. It was one of the sweetest moments of my life, with hands lifted and voices crying out “Lord, why was I a guest?” and “Pity the nations, O our God!”

  64. Maria K March 31, 2014 at 11:47 PM #

    Shine Into Our Night is a personal favorite of mine because of the poetic imagery of Christ shining into our darkness until we can see his glory.

  65. Alfie K March 31, 2014 at 11:54 PM #

    Have Mercy On Me
    I am going to post twice if I still have time after I write this one, as this is probably my personal favorite. I am a sinner… Your blameless Lord…
    The words are so breaking, and once again I find His steadfast love is my only source of hope.
    The song is a wonderful verbal display of how dependent we are on the grace of God. The recording of it fits the songs mood well. I play and sing to it often.

  66. Alfie K March 31, 2014 at 11:59 PM #

    Glorious Christ
    This is my favorite congregational song right now to lead. The content is great because it is a simple story of the Gospel yet the great power of the story is only enhanced because of it. It’s a very uplifting song as we lift up our king together with our voices. Singing of the hope we have in His triumphant return is a wonderful reminder of where our eyes are to be fixed.

  67. Ismael Adames March 31, 2014 at 11:59 PM #

    Song: It’s Your Grace
    Its a true reminder that only by grace we are saved.

  68. Warwick April 1, 2014 at 12:45 AM #

    “It is Not Death to Die”.
    This particular song—both in words and melody—has been a constant comfort to my wife and myself over the past couple of years as we have faced some particularly sad circumstances.

    This period of sadness started when my mother-in-law suffered a major stroke which has left her with paralysis, loss of speech, and other handicaps. While she was in hospital undergoing rehabilitation, her husband took her out of hospital for a short excursion in his car, only to “black out” at the wheel and collide with another car. He died in the accident, while leaving my mother-in-law with further injuries.

    The congregation of which we have all been a part for many years was deeply affected by these events, and many were especially moved and comforted during the funeral service when “It is Not Death to Die” was sung.

    Since that time, we have had further occasion to reflect on these words, as we have said goodbye from this world to two other close friends, one from cancer, the other from taking his own life.

    It may be that this, then, is a particularly sad song… but I would argue that it is far from that. There can be nothing more encouraging and motivating for the Christian than the thought of the life to come, a life of bliss with our precious Saviour for eternity. “It is Not Death to Die” is a wonderful truth on which to meditate.

  69. Daniel April 1, 2014 at 1:51 AM #

    All I have is Christ. Christ is not only all we need, but all we have!

  70. tiandni April 1, 2014 at 7:29 AM #

    My favorite is, “The Gospel Was Promised,” I loved the way this song brings into perspective the gospel and the teachings of the Bible. I have spent 7 years in Japan, and attended many different churches including ANF. I am even translating many songs into Japanese. It is so difficult to find gospel centered songs in Japanese, and even in English. All songs seem to be centered on personal emotions, what God is doing for me, songs for me, and lyrically/theologically weak. This song is rich and pure gospel. It is one of the songs I want to be translated and shared around the world

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