Matthæus 27


Matthæus 27:1

Men da det blev morgen, talte alle ypperstepræsterne og de ældste af folket sammen mod Jesus for at slå ham ihjel;

(a) Da morgenen kom. The chief priests and elders held their trial in the small hours of the morning (Mark 15:1). Sometime after the rooster crowed, and probably as soon as it was light enough to see, they led Jesus to Pilate. Further reading: “Langfredag ​​tidslinje. "

(b) Alle Ypperstepræsterne og Folkets Ældste. Det regerende råd eller Sanhedrin, med andre ord; se indgang for Matt. 26:59.


Matthæus 27:2

Og de bandt ham og førte ham bort og overgav ham til landshøvdingen Pilatus.

(en) ledte ham væk. Ypperstepræsterne og de ældste tog Jesus til Pilatus, fordi de ønskede, at Rom skulle være medskyldig i henrettelse af Jesus (se indgang for John 18:31).

(b) Pilatus guvernøren. Pontius Pilatus var guvernør (teknisk en præfekt) i den romerske provins Judæa. Han var normalt bosiddende i kystbyen Cæsarea og kom til Jerusalem til højtider for at bevare freden og forvalte retfærdighed. Se indgang for Luke 3:1.


Matthæus 27:3

Da Judas, som havde forrådt ham, så, at han var blevet fordømt, følte han anger og gav de tredive sølvpenge tilbage til ypperstepræsterne og de ældste.

(a) Judas; se indgang for Matt. 26:14.

(b) Så, at han var blevet fordømt. Judas saw the outcome of the trial. This suggests that he, like Peter, had been in the vicinity of the high priest’s house. Judas may have been the unnamed disciple of John 18:15.

(c) Følte anger. I sin sorg kunne Judas have vendt sig til Jesus for at modtage tilgivelse. I stedet forsøgte han at fortryde sin synd ved at returnere pengene. Det var en forgæves handling af selvretfærdiggørelse, men en ofte gentaget handling. Siden Adams tid har syndere forsøgt at dække over deres skam ved at række ud efter selvretfærdighedens figenblade.

(d) Tredive stykker sølv; se indgang for Matt. 26:15.


Matthæus 27:4

Siger: "Jeg har syndet ved at forråde uskyldigt blod." Men de sagde: "Hvad er det for os? Sørg selv for det!"

Jeg har syndet. Like the prodigal son, Judas had a revelation of his utter lostness (Luke 15:21). Unlike the prodigal son, Judas spoke to the wrong person. Instead of turning to the Father for forgiveness and life, he turned to the elder brother of DIY religion and received condemnation and death.

Sørg selv for det! DIY religion prædiker to onde budskaber: (1) du er en synder; (2) reparer det selv.


Matthæus 27:11

Nu stod Jesus foran landshøvdingen, og guvernøren spurgte ham og sagde: "Er du jødernes konge?" Og Jesus sagde til ham: "Det er, som du siger."

(a) Guvernøren af Judæa var Pontius Pilatus; se indgang for Matt. 27:2.

(b) jødernes konge. The religious leaders wanted to kill Jesus because he made the apparently blasphemous claim that he was the Son of God (John 19:7). Such a claim would be of no concern to the Roman governor, so the chief priests changed the charge to something that smelled of sedition (Luke 23:14). If Jesus could be portrayed as a political player and a threat to stability, Rome would regard him as a threat. Hence they said Jesus claimed to be a king. Jesus acknowledged his kingship to Pilate, but added that his kingdom is not of this world (John 18:36).


Matthæus 27:12

Og mens han blev anklaget af ypperstepræsterne og de ældste, svarede han ikke.

Han blev anklaget. The chief priests accused Jesus of many things (Matt. 27:13) including: misleading the nation, forbidding the payment of Roman taxes, and claiming to be a king (Luke 23:2). Of these, only the latter would be of interest to a governor (Matt. 27:11).


Matthæus 27:13-14

Da sagde Pilatus til ham: "Hører du ikke, hvor meget de vidner imod dig?" Og han svarede ham ikke med hensyn til en eneste anklage, så guvernøren var ret forbløffet.

(a) Pilatus; se indgang for Luke 3:1.

(b) Hører du ikke. Jesu tilbageholdenhed forbløffede Pilatus, som sandsynligvis havde set forbrydere tigge om deres liv. Men Jesus havde ingen interesse i hverken at reagere på grundløse anklager eller undgå sin date med korset.


Matthæus 27:15

Nu ved festen var guvernøren vant til at frigive for folket enhver fange, som de ville.

This custom seems to have been a Roman innovation. Although Pilate says it’s the Jews’ custom (John 18:39), the practice of releasing criminals is not recorded in the law and seems contrary to the demands of justice. More likely the Romans introduced the practice when they colonized Judea, perhaps as a conciliatory gesture towards those who felt they had been mistreated by harsh Roman law.


Matthæus 27:16

På det tidspunkt holdt de en berygtet fange, kaldet Barabbas.

(a) En berygtet fange. Barabbas was the sort of criminal Rome feared for he had led an insurrection where people were killed (Mark 15:7).

(b) Barabbas eller Bar-Abbas betyder søn af faderen. Dette usædvanlige navn fører til alle mulige spekulationer. Var Barabbas et øgenavn for et uægte eller faderløst barn? Var han søn af en rabbiner? Var hans navn en ond parodi på Faderens sande søn? Forbindelsen af ​​mysteriet omkring denne mand er den populære tro på, at hans fulde navn var Jesus Barabbas (se næste vers).


Matthæus 27:17

Så da folket samledes, sagde Pilatus til dem: "Hvem vil I have, at jeg skal løslade for jer? Barabbas eller Jesus, som kaldes Kristus?”

Barabbas. Nogle kirkefædre bemærkede, at i tidlige manuskripter blev Barabbas' fornavn identificeret som Jesus. Hvis det er tilfældet, kan hans navn være blevet fjernet af kristne afskrivere, som ikke var villige til at ære en morder med samme navn som verdens Frelser (kilde: Adam Clarke).

Da der var to Jesuser i retten, identificerer Pilatus oprøreren ved at henvise til hans efternavn. Så en måde at læse hans ord på ville være; "Vil du have, at jeg slipper Jesus, som kaldes Barabbas, eller Jesus, som kaldes Kristus?"

Pilate probably thought that presenting the two men in this fashion was a stroke of genius. Jesus had been portrayed as an insurrectionist, but was clearly innocent. Barabbas, on the other hand, was a convicted rebel whose crimes included murder (Luke 23:19). Only a mad man would ask for Barabbas to be released, or so he thought.


Matthæus 27:18

For han vidste, at de på grund af misundelse havde overgivet ham.

Misundelse virker for mildt et ord til at beskrive Sanhedrinets bitre jalousi. De religiøse ledere følte sig truet af Jesus. Hans budskab om kærlighed og den frie gunst fra en Fader, der tilgiver fortabte børn, udfordrede deres system af frygt-baseret kontrol. Deres magt kom fra intimidering og truslen om straf, men Jesus satte mennesker fri. For at bevare deres stramme tøjler over folket måtte Jesus stoppes.

Yderligere læsning: "10 måder, hvorpå religion er dårligt for dig. "


Matthæus 27:19

Mens han sad på dommersædet, sendte hans hustru ham et budskab og sagde: "Hav intet at gøre med den retfærdige Mand; for i nat led jeg meget i en drøm på grund af ham."

(a) Dommersædet or bema seat was the place the Roman governors sat when pronouncing judgments. The apostle Paul found himself standing before Gallio’s judgment seat (Acts 18:12) and said we would all one day stand before God’s judgment seat (Rom. 14:10) or the judgment seat of Christ (2 Cor. 5:10).

(b) Hans kone. Denne åndeligt følsomme kvinde synes at have haft et bedre greb om Jesu sande identitet end hendes mand. Da Pilatus hørte sin hustrus budskab, følte han måske, at det var ham, ikke Jesus, der blev dømt. Ville Pilatus blive kuet af de korrupte ypperstepræster? Eller ville han løslade den uskyldige mand?

(c) Den retfærdige Mand. The “righteous” Pharisees did not recognize Jesus as a righteous man, but this woman did. The Old Testament prophets spoke of a coming Righteous One or Righteous Branch (Is. 24:16, 53:11, Jer. 23:5, 33:15). But Pilate’s wife was the first person in the New Testament to recognize Jesus as righteous.


Matthæus 27:20

Men ypperstepræsterne og de ældste overtalte folkeskarerne til at bede om Barabbas og til at slå Jesus ihjel.

Overtalte folkemængderne. Hvordan overbeviste ypperstepræsterne en hob af religiøse jøder til at råbe om løsladelsen af ​​en berygtet forbryder? De gjorde det ved at fremstille Jesus som en gudsbespotter (se indgang for John 19:7).


Matthæus 27:21

Men landshøvdingen sagde til dem: "Hvem af de to vil I have, at jeg skal frigive for jer?" Og de sagde: "Barabbas."

De sagde: "Barabbas." Sådan er kraften i religiøs kontrol, at almindelige mennesker kan blive overbevist om, at godt er dårligt og dårligt er godt.


Matthæus 27:22

Pilatus sagde til dem: "Hvad skal jeg så gøre med Jesus, som kaldes Kristus?" De sagde alle: "Korsfæst ham!"

Korsfæst ham! The same city that shouted “Hosanna” on Sunday, shouted “Crucify him!” on Friday. We can’t blame the people for being fickle. It was their leaders who persuaded them to change their tune (Matt. 27:20).


Matthæus 27:23

Og han sagde: "Hvorfor, hvad ondt har han gjort?" Men de blev ved med at råbe endnu mere og sagde: "Korsfæst ham!"

(a) Hvilket ondt har han gjort? Again and again Pilate asked for evidence of some crime and again and again he judged Jesus to be innocent of all charges (Luke 23:22). By all the rules of evidence and due process, Jesus must be released.

(b) Men de blev ved med at råbe. Religiøse fanatikere er ikke så let at afskrække. Deres trick med at fremstille Jesus som en trussel mod Rom var blevet til ingenting, men Kajfas og ypperstepræsterne var ikke ved at give op. ”Hvis vi ikke kan overbevise Pilatus om, at Jesus er en trussel mod stabiliteten, må vi vise ham. Opflamme pøblen!"


Matthæus 27:24

Da Pilatus så, at han intet udrettede, men derimod at et oprør var i gang, tog han vand og vaskede sine hænder foran folkemængden og sagde: "Jeg er uskyldig i denne mands blod; sørg selv for det."

(en) Et optøj var i gang. The chief priests whipped the crowd into a religious frenzy by saying Jesus claimed to be the Son of God (John 19:7). The ugly mood of the crowd alarmed Pilate (John 19:8). Every time Pilate spoke to Jesus, he resolved to set him free. But when he returned to the cauldron of the courtyard, his resolve wilted under the demonic intimidation emanating from the mob.

(b) Jeg er uskyldig. Pilate was ambushed by the forces of darkness (see indgang for John 19:11), but it’s a stretch to say he was innocent. Only Pilate had the power to order a crucifixion.

In movie portrayals, Pilate is usually portrayed as aloof from the seething crowd. But Pilate was intimidated. The chief priests said that if Pilate released Jesus, he was no friend of Caesar (John 19:12). This was Pilate’s weakness. As a career man, answerable to a bureaucracy that had little tolerance for chaos and disorder, Pilate could ill afford to be on the wrong side of Caesar.


Matthæus 27:25

And all the people said, “His blood shall be on us and on our children!”

And in a manner of speaking, it was. Jesus’ blood was poured out for the forgiveness of sins, and the Jews and their children were forgiven.


Matthæus 27:26

Then he released Barabbas for them; but after having Jesus scourged, he handed Him over to be crucified.

(a) He released Barabbas. The sinner was freed and the righteous man bore his punishment.

(b) Scourged. Jesus experienced three severe beatings on this day: (1) he was beaten while in custody and awaiting trial before the Sanhedrin (Luke 22:63), (2) he was beaten after his trial (Matt. 26:67, Mark 14:65), and (3) he was scourged and beaten by the Roman soldiers in the Praetorium (Matt. 27:30). The third beating was arguably the worst for not everyone survived the brutal Roman scourge.


Matthæus 27:27

Så tog guvernørens soldater Jesus ind i prætoriet og samlede hele den romerske kohorte omkring sig.

(a) Prætoriet was the hall or residence of the governor when he was visiting Jerusalem. Sometimes called Pilate’s palace (Mark 15:16), this residence could have been part of Herod the Great’s massive palace or it may have been part of the fort or Tower of Antonia where the Roman soldiers were barracked.

(b) Hele den romerske kohorte. En romersk kohorte er en tiendedel af en legion eller omkring 500 soldater.


Matthæus 27:28

De klædte ham af og iførte ham en karminrød kappe.

En skarlagenrød kjortel. The robe may have come from Pilate’s wardrobe or it could have been the elegant robe with which Herod dressed Jesus (Luke 23:11). Jesus had been mocked by Herod and his soldiers, and the Roman soldiers continued this mockery.


Matthæus 27:29

Og efter at have snoet en tornekrone sammen, satte de den på hans hoved og et rør i hans højre hånd; og de knælede ned for ham og hånede ham og sagde: "Hil dig, jødernes konge!"

En krans el tornekrone blev sat på hovedet og et sivlignende scepter lagt i hånden for at latterliggøre den, der hævdede at være konge.


Matthæus 27:31

Efter at de havde hånet ham, tog de den karminrøde kappe af ham og tog hans egne klæder på ham igen og førte ham bort for at korsfæste ham.

Ledte ham bort for at korsfæste ham. Til sidst kommer vi til den afsluttende handling af en voldsom morgen. Jesus er blevet paraderet frem og tilbage mellem fire autoritetspersoner (Annas, Kaifas, Pilatus og Herodes), og han er blevet hårdt slået tre gange (se indgang for Matt. 27:26). Much has taken place, yet it is not even midday. Further reading: “Langfredag ​​tidslinje. "


Matthæus 27:37

Og over hans hoved rejste de anklagen mod ham, som lød: "DETTE ER JESUS, JØDERNES KONGE."

The charge for which Jesus was crucified was written in three languages (John 19:20) and affixed to the cross for all to see. The chief priests were unhappy with the way the charge was written and wanted to change it (John 19:21).


Matthæus 27:40

Og sagde: "Du, som vil ødelægge templet og genopbygge det på tre dage, frels dig selv! Hvis du er Guds søn, så kom ned fra korset."

(en) Ødelæg templet. I deres forgæves forsøg på at fremstille forbrydelser mod ham, havde Sanhedrinet fastholdt løgnen om, at Jesus havde truet med at ødelægge templet (se indgang for Matt. 26:61).

(b) Guds søn. The Roman charge nailed to the cross said Jesus had been crucified because he claimed to be a king (Matt.27:37), but the Jews knew the Sanhedrin had condemned him for the charge of blasphemy, and for claiming to be the Son of God (John 19:7).


Matthæus 27:41

På samme måde hånede også ypperstepræsterne ham sammen med de skriftkloge og de ældste og sagde:

(a) Ypperstepræsterne med de skriftkloge og de ældste. Rådet eller Sanhedrin, med andre ord; se indgang for Matt. 26:59.


Matthæus 27:42

”Han reddede andre; Han kan ikke frelse sig selv. Han er Israels konge; lad ham nu komme ned fra korset, så vil vi tro på ham.

(a) Israels konge. The word king meant different things to different people. To the religious leaders, it was synonymous with Christ or Messiah (Mark 15:32). To Pilate and the political authorities, it meant he was a potential rival to Rome.

(b) Vi vil tro på ham. The chief priests said that if Jesus came down from the cross they would believe in him. It was a jest but a prophetic one. After Jesus rose from the dead a great many priests put their faith in him (Acts 6:7). Jesus always has the last word.


Matthæus 27:45

Men fra den sjette time faldt mørket over hele landet indtil den niende time.

(a) Den sjette time betyder den sjette time efter solopgang eller middag.

(b) Mørke covered the land like a shroud from midday to mid-afternoon. The timing of this dark period, coinciding as it did with the passing of Christ, leaves no doubt as to its supernatural cause. This was not an eclipse or a mere meteorological phenomena (cf. Luke 23:45). As the Light of the world (John 9:5) was extinguished, darkness reigned.

(c) Hele jorden; se indgang for Mark 15:33.


Matthæus 27:51

Og se, templets forhæng var revet i to fra top til bund; og jorden rystede, og klipperne blev flækket.

(a) Templets slør was a four-inch thick curtain that divided the Holy Place from the innermost Holy of Holies in the temple (Ex. 26:33). The veil was parted once a year on the Day of Atonement to allow the high priest to enter (Heb. 9:7). The supernatural tearing of the veil that coincided with the death of Jesus signified that the way to God had been permanently opened.

Yderligere læsning: "Hvornår sluttede den gamle pagt?

(b) Torn in two. The supernatural tearing of the veil that coincided with the death of Jesus signified that the way to God had been permanently opened. The old covenant was done. The law was a shadow, but Christ is the reality. Jesus is the old covenant fulfilled.

(c) Jorden rystede or convulsed in response to the death of Jesus. This was the first of two earthquakes that happened at Easter (see Matt. 28:2).


Matthew 27:52

The tombs were opened, and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised;

Some of these saints had been dead for centuries so we might conclude that they were resurrected with their spiritual bodies (unlike Lazarus). They didn’t die a second time (Heb. 9:27) but probably ascended into heaven with Jesus (Acts 1:11).


Matthæus 27:54

Men høvedsmanden og de, som var med ham og holdt vagt over Jesus, blev, da de så jordskælvet og det, der skete, meget bange og sagde: "Sandelig, denne var Guds søn!"

Jordskælvet; se indgang for Matt. 27:51.

(b) Guds søn. The centurion was among a select group of people who recognized that Jesus is the Son of God. Others who had this revelation include John the Baptist (John 1:34), Nathanael (John 1:49), and Martha (John 11:27). The angel Gabriel (Luke 1:35) and various demons also recognized that Jesus was the Son of God (Matt. 8:29, Mark 3:11, Luke 4:41). Jesus is Kristus (den salvede), og Herren (øverst over alt), men i sidste ende er Jesus den Son of God. See indgang for John 20:31.


Matthæus 27:55

Mange kvinder så på på afstand, som havde fulgt Jesus fra Galilæa, mens de tjente ham.

Mange kvinder. The disciples abandoned Jesus in the garden (Matt. 26:56), but many women were present at the cross because they were less likely to be arrested. Prior to Pentecost, Christ’s women disciples were largely invisible to the authorities. But after Pentecost, they became equal ministers and equal targets of persecution (see Acts 8:3, 9:2).


Matthæus 27:56

Blandt dem var Maria Magdalene og Maria, Jakobs og Josefs mor, og Zebedæus' sønners mor.

(a) Maria Magdalene; se indgang for Luke 8:2.

(b) Mary. Of the “many women” disciples present at the crucifixion (Matt. 27:55), at least four are identified in the Gospels, and three of them were named Mary. In addition to the two Marys listed here, John records the presence of Mary, the mother of Jesus (John 19:25).

(c) Maria, mor til Jakob og Josef was probably Mary the wife of Clopas (John 19:25). According to Catholic and Orthodox traditions, Clopas was the young brother of Jesus’ father Joseph. If so, this Mary was Jesus’ aunt on his father’s side.

(d) James og Joseph; se indgang for Mark 15:40.

(e) Moderen til Zebedæus' sønner could be the same woman identified as Mary’s sister and named Salome (Mark 15:40, John 19:25). If so, she was Jesus’ aunt on his mother’s side and James and John, the sons of Zebedee (Matt. 4:21) were Jesus’ cousins. On one occasion she asked Jesus to grant a special favor for her sons (Matt. 20:20–21).


Matthæus 27:57

Da det blev aften, kom der en rig mand fra Arimatæa, ved navn Josef, som også selv var blevet en discipel af Jesus.

(a) Da det blev aften. It would have been late afternoon since Jesus was laid in the tomb before the Sabbath began at sunset (Luke 23:56, John 19:42). Further reading: “Langfredag ​​tidslinje. "

(b) Joseph was a prominent member of the Sanhedrin (Mark 14:43) and a secret disciple of Jesus (John 19:38). He had not consented to their plan to kill Jesus (Luke 23:50-51) and was probably excluded from the trial (see indgang for Mark 14:64).


Matthæus 27:58

Denne mand gik til Pilatus og bad om Jesu legeme. Så befalede Pilatus at give ham det.

Pilatus; se indgang for Luke 3:1.


Matthæus 27:59-60

Og Josef tog liget og svøbte det i et rent linnedklæde og lagde det i sin egen nye grav, som han havde udhugget i klippen; og han rullede en stor Sten mod Indgangen til Graven og gik bort.

The burial of Jesus was done in haste. Jesus’ body was still on the cross at around 3pm (Matt. 27:46), but wrapped and in the tomb before sunset at 7pm.


Matthæus 27:61

Og Maria Magdalene var der, og den anden Maria sad over for Graven.

(a) Maria Magdalene; se indgang for Luke 8:2.

(b) Den anden Mary was Mary the mother of James and Joseph (see Matt. 27:56).

The women saw where Jesus was buried, but as it was late in the day and close to the Sabbath, they did not have time to anoint the body. Their plan was to return immediately after the Sabbath (Matt. 28:1).


Matthæus 27:62

Men den næste dag, dagen efter forberedelsen, samledes ypperstepræsterne og farisæerne sammen med Pilatus,

(a) Den næste dag was a Sabbath, which began at sundown. The chief priests and the Pharisees may have visited Pilate on Friday evening or during the daylight hours of Saturday. In either case, they showed themselves ready to break the Sabbath law in contrast with the disciples of Christ who rested (Luke 23:56).

(b) Efter forberedelsen; se indgang for John 19:31.

(c) Farisæerne have gone strangely unmentioned in the story of Christ’s trial and crucifixion. This is not to suggest they weren’t involved, for their party was represented in the ruling Council. The Pharisees were complicit in every wicked deed. That they are mentioned here indicates that the Sadducees were not represented in this meeting with Pilate. And this is understandable since the one thing the two parties disagreed on was the resurrection of the dead. The Pharisees believed in it; the Sadducees did not (Acts 23:6-9). When Jesus spoke about his resurrection, the Sadducees tuned him out, but the Pharisees listened. When Jesus died, the Pharisees recalled his promise to rise from the dead and took steps to ensure it didn’t happen.


Matthæus 27:63

Og han sagde: "Herre, vi husker, at da han stadig levede, sagde bedrageren: 'Efter tre dage skal jeg opstå igen.'

Efter tre dage. Jesus prophesied several times that he would rise from the dead on the third day, but most of these prophecies were delivered to the disciples privately (see Matt. 16:21, 17:23, 20:19, Luke 9:22, 18:33). When did the Pharisees hear this prophecy? Jesus spoke publicly about his resurrection when he said, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up” (John 2:19). This was the same line the Sanhedrin misquoted in their trial against him (Matt. 26:61). This shows the duplicity of the Pharisees. At the trial, they pretended not to understand what Jesus had meant; the next day, they showed they had understood him perfectly.

Farisæerne var Sanhedrinets legalister. Mens saddukæernes rivaliserende parti bestod af rige jordejere, var farisæerne almindelige jøder, hengivne til loven. Men disse farisæere brød loven igen og igen. De brød sabbatten ved at møde Pilatus, og de bar falsk vidnesbyrd i en retssag, der var fyldt med ulovligheder (se indgang for Matt. 26:57).


Matthæus 27:64

Giv derfor ordre til, at graven skal sikres indtil den tredje dag, ellers kan hans disciple komme og stjæle ham og sige til folket: 'Han er opstået fra de døde', og det sidste bedrag vil være værre end først."

(a) Gjort sikker. Ligesom Elias hældte vand på offeret, forsøgte de jødiske og romerske myndigheder at gøre det sværere for Gud at oprejse Jesus fra de døde.

(b) Den tredje dag; se indgang for Matt. 27:63.


Matthæus 27:65

Pilatus sagde til dem: "I har en vagt; gå, gør det så sikkert, som du ved hvordan."

(a) Den vagt or watch that was assigned consisted of Roman soldiers (see Matt. 28:14).

(b) Så sikker som du ved hvordan. Endnu en gang fandt Pilatus og ypperstepræsterne deres djævelske interesser på linje. Det sidste, begge grupper ønskede, var en sammensværgelse for at ophidse masserne. For så vidt angår dem, var "Jesus-problemet" dødt og begravet.


Matthæus 27:66

Og de gik hen og gjorde graven sikret, og sammen med vagten satte de et segl på stenen.

Det segl på stenen afskrækket ikke kun disciplene fra at pille ved graven, men også soldaterne. Mænd, der havde gjort alt, hvad der stod i deres magt for at dræbe Jesus, gjorde nu alt, hvad de kunne for at forhindre ham i at blive oprejst til live.


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