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Crucifixion Week – Passover Preparation Day? Part2

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Crucifixion Week – Passover Preparation Day? Part2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjYsMGcRmik&list=PLXqaGD7sX9gb3nByCCGgByiqufuDE8dQt&index=35

Notes “Feasts”: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1axQa567TsI5STNYaiUlkPFPm85-JCvAy/view

Leeland Jones video posted on April 1, 2021, transcribed: 

We find it necessary to do another video on Crucifixion Week.  And we had another video previously, where we looked at the Week, and we looked at it in light of the Enoch Calendar {Link at the bottom of this blog post: Crucifixion Week on Passover Calendar – Part1}. Now in this video we’re not going to look at it in terms of the Enoch Calendar, we’re gonna look at it in different terms, the terms that are used by the Gospel Writers.

There is important information in the WORDS!   So for example, when we looked before in the previous video; we could see the word Sabbath, and we could see the word Preparation for the Sabbath.  Many people think that that was the 7th Day of the Week, if that’s the 7th Day of the Week then that presents a Problem!

As we saw on the previous video, that presents a Problem with the 3 Days / 3 Nights.  He had to be, according to the Sign of Jonah, 3 Days / 3 Nights!  3 Days / 3 Nights the Body was in the Grave, and by Sunday He was Resurrected, the Tomb is open, clearly!

We understand that, but we went through the effort to define WHY it is that there’s a Weekly Sabbath which is Saturday, and there is another Sabbath that’s on the 1st Day in the 7 Days of Unleavened Bread.

Now in this video we’re going to look at this critical Day called the Preparation Day.  We’re going to look at the definition of the terms used by the Gospel Writers as they seem to give us an indication that they believe Christ was Fulfilling the Passover on the Night of the Last Supper!  That’s what they believed!

We’re going to look at the way THEY define the Terms!  WHY? Well, when you read the Passover in Exodus, it says, the 14th Day of Nisan {1st Month}. It says the 15th Day of Nisan is the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread. THOSE TERMS DO NOT EXIST IN THE NEW TESTAMENT! It does NOT say, The Day of Nisan.  It does NOT say the Day of the Month.

What it says, it says: the Day of the Feast it says the Preparation Day, and it says the 1st Day of the Week and after the Sabbath.

Now, these are very, very important!  I encourage you to do your own study, these are just basic Guides for you to make sense of what is going on.  In the previous video we established that clearly the 4th Day of the Week which is a Wednesday, Christ was crucified!  We eliminated the confusion of what happened, how you could have a Sabbath in the Middle of the Week, that’s the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread, we saw in Leviticus.

We could also clearly see, Christ was Resurrected per the Feast of Firstfruits, which was on the Day AFTER the Weekly Sabbath!  We have different terms that are used in the Torah for Sabbath, we have different words.  But in Greek, there is really only one word for Sabbath, it’s Sabbaton, but in Hebrew you have different words: you have Shabbat, you have shabbathon, you have nuach or noach, you have shmita.  For example, for Years you have Jubilee.

So you have many words to describe a Sabbath.  There is a Weekly Sabbath, Yes, and there’s another Sabbath that exists during the Feasts Days, where you Rest just like you Rest on a Weekly Sabbath! Hopefully that is clear!  Most of the Protestant Pastors, when they go to Seminary, they know this as something called the High Sabbath.  Yes, that is a word, that’s a term that we’re gonna see in the Book of John.

Now let’s talk about the way the New Testament writers, define how Passover events takes place.  Now most of you, when you read Exodus you see the Passover slain on the 14th Day, and the 15th is the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread. This is just what it says, it says that they kill the Passover and the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread is the SAME DAY! That’s what it says!

Now, once you understand that, if you want to separate that out, however you want to separate…..I don’t know How to separate that out!  I don’t know exactly, that’s why I’m not defining it!  You have to make that decision, I really don’t know, okay?  That’s why I don’t like saying things on video that I don’t know.  That’s why I present the previous video, now I present this one, and it’s up to you to decide.

It’s a Study Guide! It’s a way to make sense of the most Critical Thing in our Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, is what actually happened!  We have to Believe in the Death, Burial, and Resurrection!  He was 3 Days / 3 Nights in the Grave!  That is the Gospel!!!

Now what we’re trying to do, is we’re actually trying to go INTO the New Passover!  We had the Passover in the Exodus, and when Christ came He brought in a NEW PASSOVER!  And that’s what you see in 1 Corinthians chapter 5, ‘when you keep the Feast of Passover/Unleavened Bread.’

{1 Corinthians 5:8 Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.}

It’s STILL to be Kept, but it’s just defined now as Communion!  The Lord’s Table!  Then when we enter the Kingdom Era, there is Another Passover!  But we don’t even understand the Passover of the last 2,000 Years!  Because of Paganism!  The Pagan Church: came in with Babylon, came in with Easter, came in with all the Pagan gods!

It made Confusion, so we don’t do the Feast right, we don’t understand!  The most basic things of our Faith, that’s why we’re doing Teachings like this, so you can Study for Yourself!  Don’t just sit and watch the people on Youtube like me, and say, ‘Okay Leeland, you do all the work and just tell me what to do!”  NO! You have to Study!

“Could you not pray {watch} one hour?” {Matthew 26:40, 41; Mark 14:7, 8, 37, 38}   This is a Study Guide for you to understand these things.  Hopefully that’s what you’re doing this Week!

The other thing we have is the Preparation Day.  In the other video, we had looked at the Last Supper and we’ll summarize that real quick, but now let’s look at the way the Gospel Writers indicate that Christ KEPT the Feast on a Different Day than the Jews!

Once we get to Crucifixion Day, we begin to see that that is a Preparation Day for the Jews!  For example, that was the Day of Preparation, and they said the bodies must be OFF the Crosses BEFORE the High Sabbath. Not for the Weekly Sabbath, but for that 1st Day of Unleavened Bread!

{John 19:31 The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day, (for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.}

That gives us an indication, that when He’s crucified, He had already Kept the Feast the previous Night in the Last Supper.  That’s what the Gospel Writers seem to indicate, that He KEPT that Feast Properly and that the Jews are in Preparation on the DAY of His CRUCIFIXION!  So that they have a Different Day!

You just have to understand this in order to make sense of what’s going on, of who’s doing what.  Hopefully this is helpful!  It’s up to YOU to decide, “Nisan 14th, 15th?”  Or things like that, because the Gospel Writers don’t make that clear!

Now, remember that Pontius Pilate was SURPRISED that Christ had died so soon!  The Gospel of John, he says that about the 6th Hour that He was at Gabbatha, we looked at it in the previous video {John 19:13, 14, 15}. But, it just presents some challenges, we addressed some in the previous video of one view.

And now we’re going to address another view in this one, and that is, we know that the 6th Hour to the 9th Hour there was Darkness over the Whole Land!  So, it may have been more that He was crucified around that 6th Hour.  If we do, then we have Passover moving ahead to the previous Evening, going into that Day as the Day that the Lord KEPT.

But remember the Gospel Writers, they make an indication that the killing of the Passover, the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread is the SAME DAY! I know that’s a lot, but it will make sense to you if you study each of the Gospels, if you go through this. Now, there is a Message inside this as well. But it’s just the Timing of this, that we’re addressing in these videos: To make sense of it!

To make sure that we BELIEVE in the Gospel, we Believe the fact that His Body was in the Grave 3 Days and 3 Nights! We do have Notes, so let’s get into our notes {Notes are in a link at the top of this blog post}.

Here’s our notes, and on each page of the notes you will have this section here that will give us an overview of the Days of the Week in the Crucifixion Week. When we say Passover, Holy Convocation, Unleavened Bread, these here we were predominantly looking at in the previous video, these relate to the Enoch Calendar.

So in today’s video, we’re not saying specifically; the Passover and the Holy Convocation is on the 14th and 15th, because Remember they are defined as the SAME DAY.  We even said this in the previous video, but a lot of you didn’t really understand that, so we’re going over this again.

So in the previous video what we talked about is clearly, these are the Days of the Week: the 3rd Day of the Week {the 14th Day, Last Supper, Tuesday}; the 4th Day of the Week {the 15th Day, Holy Convocation and beginning of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, Wednesday}; the 5th Day of the Week {the 16th Day, …Unleavened Bread, Thursday}, the 6th Day of the Week {the 17th Day,…Unleavened Bread, Friday}, the 7th Day of the Week is the Sabbath {18th Day, ..Unleavened Bread, Saturday}, and Firstfruits is the 1st Day of the Week which is Resurrection Sunday {the 19th Day, during Unleavened Bread}.

As we look at the Gregorian Dates, we have the Crucifixion on the 4th Day of the Week is a Wednesday; the 5th Day of the Week is a Thursday; the 6th Day of the Week is a Friday. Now also in Greek that’s called a paraskeué which means Preparation, Preparation for the Sabbath {Saturday}.  But, there is also a Preparation for Passover!  There’s a Day BEFORE it called paraskeué, also in English it’s translated in the King James as Preparation Day. Day PRIOR to the Sabbath or the Feast Day!

This allows you to see that as we’re trying to make it clear, the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, simply put, His Body had to be in the Grave 3 Days and 3 Nights!  He said I would give you NO sign but the Prophet Jonah, 3 Days and 3 Nights!

So we know clearly, as we mentioned before, we have Firstfruits at the 1st Day of the Week {Sunday}, and the Tomb was Empty!  However you want to put it, you have to have 3 Days / 3 Nights, so you can have 3 Full Days and Nights like this {Thursday, Friday, and Saturday on the Gregorian calendar}, or you can have Evening/Morning {Enoch Calendar} 1 {15-16th Day}, 2 {16-17th Day}, 3 {17-18th Day}.  However you want to put it, you have to have 3 Full Days and 3 Full Nights!

So that places clearly, from Sunday going back 3 Days, you have to have the Crucifixion on a Wednesday, the 4th Day of the Week.  We established that clearly in the video, this here is a Guide for you to use, as you read it to understand that. As we mentioned in the previous video, the Date of the Crucifixion hasn’t changed!

What we’re talking about now is some other terms.  But we mentioned it before, as we can see it here, if we look at our notes, in the previous video that the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread is when they Killed the Passover! We said this in the previous video, Mark 14:1 ‘The 1st Day of Unleavened Bread, when they Killed the Passover.’

{Mark 14:1 After two days was the feast of the passover, and of unleavened bread: and the chief priests and the scribes sought how they might take him by craft, and put him to death. 12 And the first day of unleavened bread, when they killed the passover, his disciples said unto him, Where wilt thou that we go and prepare that thou mayest eat the passover?}

Now, in our thinking we would say. “Okay, well they killed the Passover on the 14th, the 1st day of Unleavened Bread is the 15th.”  I’m just saying, this is what the Bible says, do with that as you will.

So then we looked at the possibility within the Enoch Calendar, the Passover and the Last Supper being here {beginning of the 14th Day which is on Monday Evening}:

Now we’re going to talk about the Last Supper being here:

So the Events of the Last Supper leading into Crucifixion, would mean that He was in the Evening on the Last Supper {beginning of the 15th Day which is Tuesday Night on the Gregorian calendar}, and then all the Events take place BEFORE Sunset the Next Day {Wednesday}.

So before we had a nice Guide, where we showed you, ‘Okay, here’s Gethsemane, here’s the Rooster Crow, here’s Caiaphas, here’s Pontius Pilate, here’s Herod, back to Pontius Pilate.’  And we looked at, ‘How is it the 6th Hour He was at Gabbatha, and the 3rd Hour He’s at Golgotha?’

So, the purpose of the last video was to explain the Day of Rest during the Week, during the 1st Day of  Unleavened Bread. We saw that clearly, in the Greek it’s called paraskeué, it’s the Day BEFORE the Sabbath. Now it’s defined as a Holy Convocation in Leviticus.

{Leviticus 23:6 And on the fifteenth day of the same month is the feast of unleavened bread unto the LORD: seven days ye must eat unleavened bread. 7 In the first day ye shall have an holy convocation: ye shall do no servile work therein.}

Now, we’re going to discuss that again in this video. We’re not going to spend so much time there, but we just want to recap that these notes have 3 pages. We used pages 1 and 2 in the previous video, and now this is page number 3, and we’re going to look at this in the Gospels definition of terms.  ‘What does the Gospel say?’

The Gospel does NOT say, Nisan 14 and 15!  It doesn’t say that!  That’s what I’m saying, you have to come to terms with that on your own, because it says, when you Kill the Passover and Unleavened Bread it’s the SAME DAY! That’s just what they say, it’s the Same Day, that’s just what the Book says.

And again, Mark 14:12 ‘The 1st Day of Unleavened Bread when they Killed the Passover.’ They counted the 1st Day of Unleavened bread and the Passover as the Same Day!  I know I’ve said that like 5 times, but maybe the 5th time you will understand that:)

So the 1st Day is when you kill the Passover, this is stated clearly that we saw in Mark and it’s also in Luke 23:54-6, ‘where then came the Day of Unleavened Bread, when they killed the Passover.’ That’s clearly what the Gospel Writers are saying!

Now what they’re saying, they’re recognizing that Christ is doing this on a Different Day then the Jews!  So let’s talk about that!  Now when we look at our chart here, and let’s just say now in this example, we got Last Supper being here:

So what they’re saying, is they’re saying that Christ is Keeping the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread and the Passover on the Same Day, but on a Different Day of the Jews! They are saying that He is keeping a True Passover in the Last Supper!  So if we have our Last Supper here, that’s the Evening of Tuesday {beginning of the 15th Day per Enoch}.  If that’s what they’re saying, now what happens is when the Sunrises on the Crucifixion Day {15th Day, Wednesday}, he calls that the Preparation Day of the Jews, which we can clearly see.

If that is the Preparation Day, that means the Jews are Keeping the 1st Day of Passover and Unleavened Bread on a Different Day!  This is another thing {idea}, we’re just explaining what the Book says to eliminate some confusion. But it appears that Mark and Luke say, that Christ kept the Passover on the Last Supper {Wednesday Evening, beginning of the 15th Day on the Enoch Calendar} which is the Right Day!

What we’re doing, is we’re doing all of this to try to explain that in the future, all of this is going to Change!  But unfortunately we don’t understand something that happened 2,000 Years ago, when it’s the most CORE simple thing of our Faith!

So what happened is, when Christ did this He established a NEW Passover, a New Rule, it’s called Communion, the Lord’s Table. So this is a New piece of instruction for the Passover, which you see in 1 Corinthians 11:23-30.  And it’s the Last Supper, which you also see in 1 Corinthians 5:6-8.

So some of you say, “What do I do on Unleavened Bread?”  Well, it’s in 1 Corinthians 5, it says to KEEP the Passover!

{1 Corinthians 5:6 Your glorying is not good. Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump? Purge out therefore the old leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us: 8 Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.}

YES, the New Testament says to KEEP the Passover!  It NEVER says Easter!  Only Easter word that appears there, where they put the word Easter in place of Passover in the Book of Acts!  It NEVER says, “Keep Easter!”  It says, KEEP the Passover without Leaven, and it describes that.

So what you want to do, you want to be in 1 Corinthians 5:6-8, you want to be in 1 Corinthians 11:23-30, that is the New Testament Commandment of Passover!  What we’re trying to do, is we’re trying to not just explain what happened 2,000 Years ago, we’re trying to go Forward because it’s going to Change Again!

That’s going to be in the next video, but we have to go over this, over and over, to try and make sense of what’s going on. Because now we can see that He keeps that, that’s the 4th Day of the Week, it’s the Preparation Day.  So the 4th Day of the Week, {Preparation Day} in the Greek is paraskeué. It’s the Day BEFORE the Sabbath.

Now let’s talk about this Preparation Day, it’s very important.  The Day BEFORE the Sabbath is a Preparation Day, paraskeué, which you clearly see in Mark 15:42.

{Mark 15:42 And now when the even was come, because it was the preparation, that is, the day before the sabbath,}

We also define that Sabbath Day as the Holy Convocation, which in Leviticus 23:6-7, is the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread! It’s a Rest Day!  So Preparation is the Day BEFORE the Rest Day, the Day to Get Ready!  So we have the Rest Day, the paraskeué {Preparation Day}.  Now, once we look at this word {Unleavened} and you look at the context, it becomes clear that this word is being USED on Crucifixion Day!

Crucifixion Day is Preparation, we see that in Luke 23:54, that Day was the Preparation, and the Sabbath drew on. So as we mentioned before, they had already recognized that Christ KEPT the Feast at the Last Supper {Tuesday Night, beginning of the 15th Day}. But now we get to Crucifixion Day {Wednesday Day, the 15th Day}, what the Gospel Writers are saying, it’s the Jews are Keeping the Preparation.

So it’s possible that Yes, there was a separation here, I’m just saying, you have to make that your own decision for that. I’m just saying the way the Gospel Writers make it clear, that THERE IS a Distinction BETWEEN the Day that Christ Kept, and the Day the Jews kept. So, Crucifixion Day is the Preparation.

{Luke 23:54 And that day was the preparation, and the sabbath drew on. 55 And the women also, which came with him from Galilee, followed after, and beheld the sepulchre, and how his body was laid. 56 And they returned, and prepared spices and ointments; and rested the sabbath day according to the commandment.}

‘And the Sabbath drew on, the women returned from Galilee, and they prepared the spices and ointments, and then it says they Rested according to the Commandment.’  What’s a Commandment? We have an arrow pointed right to it, it’s in Leviticus 23:6, 7.  We talked about that in the previous video, hopefully that’s obvious and clear!

Now let’s talk about John 19, because John uses the word Preparation 3 times in context.

John 19:14 ‘And it was the preparation {paraskeué} of the passover, and about the sixth hour: and he saith unto the Jews, Behold your King!’

So again, this is saying about the 6th Hour! And Pilate said, ‘Behold your King!’ So this gives us an indication that the 6th Hour is ON the Preparation!

{John 19:31 The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day, (for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.}

Verse 31 says, ‘and during Preparation’, the Day of Preparation what they would do is, ‘the body shouldn’t remain on the cross on the Sabbath.’  So the bodies would have to come off the cross BEFORE the Sundown!  And then John says, ‘this is the High Day’.  So some people might call this the ‘High Sabbath’.

It’s the High Sabbath, {High Day} High in Greek is Megas, then Day.  It’s the High Day, it’s the High Sabbath, it’s during the Week!  It’s NOT a Friday Evening, it’s during the Week!  And it’s a Wednesday, because it has to be the 4th Day of the Week.  So that’s the 4th here {in the notes on the left next to Preparation Day in yellow} is a Wednesday.

{John 19:41 Now in the place where he was crucified there was a garden; and in the garden a new sepulchre, wherein was never man yet laid. 42 There laid they Jesus therefore because of the Jews’ preparation day; for the sepulchre was nigh at hand.}

‘They made a New Tomb, that no man had laid, for Jesus on the Preparation.’ I know a lot of you ask me, ‘Well Leeland, it appears the Preparation is the Crucifixion Day?’  Yes!  That’s why we are giving you this other video, giving you this other view!

So now we can clearly see, the 4th Day, the Gospel Writer’s believed that Christ Fulfilled that on the NEW Passover, the Lord’s Table.  They believed that He KEPT that!  BUT, the Jews were keeping something called a Preparation Day, and that was the NEXT Day! So the next Day, the Thursday {16th Day for the Jews} was the Sabbath Day, the Weekly High Sabbath. I hope that’s clear!

Then we know clearly at the end, in the 1st Day of the Week, Matthew 28:1 ‘In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week,’ That’s clear from Matthew 28:1 and Luke 24:1, that the 1st Day of the Week He’s out of the Tomb. And we know that this is the Fulfillment of Firstfruits!

{Mark 16:1 And when the sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, and Salome, had bought sweet spices, that they might come and anoint him. 2 And very early in the morning the first day of the week, they came unto the sepulchre at the rising of the sun.}

‘When the Sabbath was past, they brought spices, to anoint him. Very early in the morning the 1st Day of the Week.’  So again, this is the 1st Day of the Week, it’s a Sunday.

1 Corinthians 15:20 ‘But now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the firstfruits of them that slept.’ He has to be Resurrected on Firstfruits!  And we learned that the Firstfruits is the Day AFTER the Sabbath.

Let’s conclude, what have we learned?  We have focused on the Preparation Day, showing us that the Preparation Day is in fact Crucifixion Day!  We learned that Christ would have kept the Feast on a Different Day then what the Jews were doing!  And then if that was on Tuesday Night {beginning of the 15th Day}, then the Gospel Writers make it clear, that He is Keeping the Feast on the Proper Day!

And the Confusion can come, as we’ve seen, where the definition of terms of what is being said, is that the Passover and the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread is the Same Day, according to the Gospel Writers. So, the 1st Day of Unleavened Bread is when they Killed the Passover. Then, that’s what they believe that Christ did on the Last Supper MEAL!

So the Last Supper meal REPLACES the Sacrifice of Passover, and then we enter the New Testament! Now what we’re going to get into next, is that this Communion in the Lord’s Table is also Ends.  Because then we enter a New Era of the Kingdom Era of the Millennium, and there are Different Instructions for the Passover!

But we have spent 2 video’s talking about the Week of Crucifixion, just to understand what happened 2,000 Years ago. So hopefully that is clear, let me know if there is any questions.  Please get the Notes, this will be page 3. And we’ll have another video, where we talk about the Passover in the Future!  We’re trying to look at this, and trying to understand it, and understand the Calendar so as to understand the Fulfillment of this in the Future.

This is part of a Playlist on the Feast and Sabbaths. On the Feasts and the Sabbaths, we discuss the Feasts, we discuss all these things, you Really Should Be DOING This EVERY YEAR!  You should KEEP the Passover, you should Study, you should try to understand what’s happening in the Gospels, what is the Fulfillment.  We’re going to talk about the Fulfillment in the Time that we are in NOW in another video, but we have to explain all this First!

Thanks for watching!  Fear God, give Glory to Him, for the hour of His judgement is come, Worship Him that made the heavens, the earth, the sea, and the fountains of water. Amen. ~ Leeland Jones.

Crucifixion Week on Passover Calendar – Part1: https://overcominglymedisease.com/crucifixion-week-on-passover-calendar-part1/

Feast & Sabbaths: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPKrMhgeoTI&list=PLXqaGD7sX9gb3nByCCGgByiqufuDE8dQt

Passover & Nisan 10 Feast, Mary & Esther: https://overcominglymedisease.com/passover-nisan-10-feast-mary-esther/

Jesus Christ on Trial. Leeland. (February 2019): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bm6Z1_TcNIs

2022-2024 Enoch Calendar: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-26016223/documents/005448d6a3ec43c5bf28282b14c08eb4/Enoch2022to2024.pdf

Leeland Jones website: https://leelandjones.com/

Leeland Jones Transcribed Videos: https://overcominglymedisease.com/leeland-jones-transcribed-videos/

Feast of יְהוָֹה in the Millennium: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9V6_JmD-zRc&list=PLXqaGD7sX9gb3nByCCGgByiqufuDE8dQt&index=24

1260th Day ¤ 1st Day of the 1st Month ¤ Tabernacle Set: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IapfkUpnrI&list=PLXqaGD7sX9gb3nByCCGgByiqufuDE8dQt&index=30

Crucifixion Week – Passover Preparation Day? Part2: https://overcominglymedisease.com/crucifixion-week-passover-preparation-day-part2/

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