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The Daily Brief:
"Praying for All in Authority"
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
"Go, my people, enter your rooms and shut the doors behind you; hide yourselves for a little while until his wrath has passed by." (Isaiah 26:20)
"Praise Him with the sound of the shofar." (Psalm 150:3)
Abide in Me . . .
This is a photo of a church that was left standing in the recent, horrific "Valley Fire" in northern California. The flames surrounded this building, but miraculously stopped at the property line . . . without the assistance of the firefighters. We praise God for this miracle.
Day Sixteen: Wednesday, September 23, 2015
"After He had sent the crowds away, He went up on the mountain by Himself to pray; and when it was evening, He was there alone." (Matthew 14:23)
Join us every night through Tuesday, Sept. 29th, as we abide together in His presence.
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We welcome you all to come and join us in these very special times of worship, fellowship and fresh anointing as we continue our 21-day vigil to Abide in His Glory.
The Middle East in Focus
"Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed," says the LORD, who has compassion on you." (Isaiah 54:10)
1. Egypt 'demolishes thousands of homes' for Sinai buffer zone - BBC
Egypt has demolished more than 3,255 homes and other buildings in the Sinai peninsula in violation of international law, Human Rights Watch says.
Troops began razing homes along the Gaza border in 2013 to create a "buffer zone" and eliminate smuggling tunnels, after a surge in attacks by militants.
But those evicted are given little or no warning, no temporary housing and inadequate compensation, HRW alleges.
2. Latest Jerusalem violence is not more of the same - USA Today
JERUSALEM - Over the past week, violence has yet again surged throughout this city, leaving one Israeli dead and nearly 30 Palestinians and a dozen police officers wounded, some seriously.
While most of the violence has been focused on the religious site known to Muslims as the Haram al-Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary) and to Jews as the Temple Mount, flash points have appeared throughout the city.
This latest round of violence broke out in the days preceding Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, which fell on Sept. 14 and 15. Israel's Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel ascended the Mount and announced his intentions to pray there, despite decades-old regulations against Jewish worship. Muslim leaders called on the public to "defend" their holy places, and intermittent skirmishes followed.
3. Overlapping holidays prompt Jerusalem activists to work on overcoming divisions -Religion News
JERUSALEM (RNS) An interfaith group gathered in a private home Monday (Sept. 21) to head off potential tensions over how Jews and Muslims celebrate Yom Kippur and Eid al-Adha, two holidays that overlap this year.
The meeting of the Abrahamic Reunion took on added significance in Jerusalem, where more than a week of violent clashes between Israelis and Palestinians on the Temple Mount have spilled into the streets of East Jerusalem.
Two dozen people of various faiths heard a rabbi explain the laws and traditions of Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, and a Muslim sheikh explain the laws and traditions of Eid al-Adha, the Muslim holiday that honors the willingness of Ibrahim (the biblical Abraham) to heed God's order to sacrifice his son.
4. Why Israel Doesn't Want America's Newest Bunker-Buster Bomb -US News
Talk is heating up in Congress and the Pentagon about whether to share America's massive new bunker-busting bomb as a warning to Iran, but Israel remains cool to the idea.
The proposal is expected to come up during next month's visit to Washington by Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon as well as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Nov. 9 meeting at the White House. Interviews with current and former top-ranking Israeli military officials, however, suggest a distinct lack of enthusiasm for a cumbersome super-weapon of dubious military value.
5. In first since 2007, Israel okays imports of Gaza products - Times of Israel
The IDF will permit the export of furniture, textiles and iron from the Gaza Strip for sale in Israel the first time since 2007, an NGO said Monday.
The Coordinator for Government Activities in the Territories - the Defense Ministry unit responsible for civil affairs in the West Bank and Gaza - proposed the move in an effort to improve the economy of the Palestinian enclave and raise the employment rate, Israel Radio reported.
It is slated to go into effect October 7.
6. Israeli Archaeologists Discover Possible Burial Place of the Maccabees -Christian Headlines
Israeli archaeologists think they may have uncovered the ancient tomb of the Maccabees.
FoxNews.com reports that a large mausoleum resembling the description of the Maccabees' burial tomb in ancient manuscripts has been uncovered near the city of Modi'in, 19 miles northwest of Jerusalem.
The Maccabees were a celebrated Jewish family who led an uprising against the Greeks in the second century B.C. Archaeologists have long thought that the Maccabees' burial place was near Modi'in.
Ancient texts such as The Book of the Maccabees and the Antiquities of the Jews describe the Maccabees' resting place as being a tall, impressive structure surrounded by columns, with pyramid-like roofs that could be seen from the sea.
7. Before Yom Kippur, 100,000 Attend Selichot at the Western Wall - Israel National News
Tens of thousands of Jews visited the Western Wall (Kotel) in Jerusalem on Monday night, gathering to ask for forgiveness and mercy in Selichot prayers before the Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) fast despite - or in spite of - the tense security situation in the capital.
As many as 100,000 people may have visited the Kotel throughout the night for the culmination of the penitentiary prayers, which ends some 40 days of prayer for Sephardic Jews and roughly two weeks for Ashkenazic Jews.
The prayer drew a variety of people - men and women, children and the elderly, and observant and non-observant Jews.
The Daily Brief
1. Vatican to Raise Flag at UN 'Without Fanfare'- AFP
The Vatican flag will be raised for the first time at the United Nations on Friday ahead of Pope Francis' address, but there will be no ceremony, the Holy See's mission said Monday, according to AFP.
The United Nations recently voted in favor of allowing the flags of non-member observer states, including the Palestinian Authority (PA) and the Vatican, to be raised at its headquarters in New York. The resolution was championed by the PA and, while the Vatican has largely supported the PA and even the concept of Palestinian statehood, it vehemently and repeatedly opposed its being included in the PA's fight to have the flag raised in the UN.
The Vatican explained that there was no reason to break with the 70-year practice of raising only the flags of member states. The Holy See's mission to the United Nations had initially said it had no intention of raising the flag ahead of the pope's visit, but it changed its stance after UN officials made the request, according to AFP.
"The Holy See and the United Nations secretariat have agreed that the flag will be raised with no ceremony" on Friday, said Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Vatican's UN ambassador. "UN personnel will raise it at the same time they will raise the other flags that day," he told reporters. (Read more)
- Abba Father, We thank You that the Vatican wants no fanfare over its flag raising at the UN. We thank You that the Pope is celebrating Yom Kippur quietly in reflection for himself this evening. We repent that the Vatican has largely supported the PA and even the concept of Palestinian statehood, We ask that he would deliver the message of salvation through Jesus Christ. We ask that You would protect him while he is in the United States. We also ask that his message not be misconstrued and twisted or taken out of context. In His Name we pray, Amen.
- "On exactly the tenth day of this seventh month is the day of atonement; it shall be a holy convocation for you, and you shall humble your souls and present an offering by fire to the Lord." (Leviticus 23:27)
2. Pope Francis gets political in Washington debut - Watch.org
Pope Francis immediately dove into the whirlpool of U.S. politics on Wednesday, using his first direct address to the nation to weigh in on deeply divisive issues including climate change, Cuba, marriage and immigration.
The pontiff, speaking before 11,000 ticketed guests at an elaborate welcoming ceremony on South Lawn of the White House, signaled he will take on controversial issues during his six-day visit.
He said it was "encouraging that you are proposing an initiative for reducing air pollution. Accepting the urgency, it seems clear to me also that climate change is a problem that can no longer be left to a future generation."
"When it comes to the care of our 'common home' we are living at a critical moment of history," he said.
Francis also made reference to one of the central themes of his papacy: that the modern global economy is enriching the few at the expense of the many.
But he also delivered a firm defense of traditional values, warning that the institution of marriage and family needed to be protected at "a critical moment in the history of our civilization," remarks that could irk liberals months after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage nationwide.
- We pray for the Pope, and the messages he brings to the city, will be according to the perfect will of God. We pray over his schedule tomorrow as he addresses the joint session in Congress at 10am.
- Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth, as it is in Heaven. (Matthew 6:10)
3. 'Israel, Russia to coordinate in air, sea, and electromagnetic arena' - Jerusalem Post
The IDF and Russian military will set up a joint working group to coordinate their Syria-related activities in the aerial, naval, and electromagnetic arenas, a senior defense source said Monday. The source spoke soon after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot returned from a one-day visit to Moscow, following intensive meetings on Russia's newly expanded military role in Syria.
According to foreign reports, the Israel Air Force has launched multiple air strikes in recent years to intercept Iranian and Syrian weapons that were on the way to Hezbollah storage facilities in Lebanon. Israel has shared concerns with Russia that it's interceptions could be compromised if military coordination is not put into place soon. (Read more)
- Abba Father, we thank You and we give You all the glory that You control all things from Your throne in heaven. We thank You for PM Binyamin Netanyahu's wisdom in going to Russia so that there are no misunderstandings on the ground. Though we do not understand all things, we pray that Russia's involvement will wipe out ISIS quickly and finally. Abba, we continue to lift up the refugees and their plight. Lord have mercy upon them, and may the world send food, clothing and shelter. Abba, we ask that You would raise up an alternate to President Bashar al-Assad that would govern the Syrian people with justice and righteousness, and that they would want to return to their homeland. In His Name we pray, Amen.
- "Is this not the fast which I choose, To loosen the bonds of wickedness, To undo the bands of the yoke, And to let the oppressed go free And break every yoke? "Is it not to divide your bread with the hungry And bring the homeless poor into the house; When you see the naked, to cover him; And not to hide yourself from your own flesh? "Then your light will break out like the dawn, And your recovery will speedily spring forth; And your righteousness will go before you; The glory of the Lord will be your rear guard." (Isaiah 58:6-8)
4. Israel Moves to High Alert for Yom Kippur - Jewish Press
Thousands of security personnel and police forces have moved to high alert in advance of the start tonight of the most solemn holy day on the Jewish calendar, Yom Kippur. As happens every year and for every major Jewish holiday, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon has ordered the complete closure of crossings with Judea, Samaria and Gaza.
Security in the Old City of Jerusalem has also been beefed up in an effort to provide extra protection for the thousands of Jews expected to pray at the Western Wall for Yom Kippur. (Read more)
- Abba Father, we thank You for Israel's dedicated celebration of Yom Kippur. We pray that as Jews all over the world reflect on their sins, that they would grow hungry for a relationship with their Messiah who arrived 2,000 years ago. Abba we ask for Your protection for Jews all over the world especially in Israel during this solemn feast day. In His Name we pray, Amen
- "This shall be a permanent statute for you: in the seventh month, on the tenth day of the month, you shall humble your souls and not do any work, whether the native, or the alien who sojourns among you; for it is on this day that atonement shall be made for you to cleanse you; you will be clean from all your sins before the Lord." (Leviticus 16:29-30)
5. The Clock Is Ticking On The U.S. Dollar As World's Reserve Currency - zerohedge
The ultimate irony for this generation of investors is that, despite the occasional obligatory chant about 'free markets' and the wonders of capitalism, most of the day is spent obsessing about what the world's most important central planner will do next. By Supreme Central Planner, I mean, the Fed.
-Abba Father, we come against this inflammatory report on the U.S. Dollar. We thank You that our economy is one of, if not, the strongest economy in the world. Lord, in the end You are our provider and we have nothing to fear. In His Name, Amen.
- Abraham called the name of that place The Lord Will Provide, as it is said to this day, "In the mount of the Lord it will be provided."(Genesis 22:14)
6. The Real Story of #IstandWithAhmed - BreiBart
Here's what we know. On Monday, Mohammed brought a homemade clock to school. For those who don't know the ins-and-outs of electronics, the device looked like a possible incendiary device. Ahmed told the media that he made the clock last weekend and brought it to school to show his engineering teacher. He explained to local news, "It was the first time I brought an invention to school to show a teacher."
Why was the device in English class in the first place, especially after the engineering teacher told him not to show it around? When confronted by police and his English teacher, why didn't Mohammed just tell them to talk to the engineering teacher? Officers said Ahmed was being "passive aggressive" in his answers to their questions, and didn't have a "reasonable answer" as to what he was doing with the case.
Nobody said Mohammed built an actual bomb. They suspected that he had wanted to frighten or alarm officials with a hoax-bomb. When they found out he didn't intend to do that, they released him. Given the limited evidence available, this is not far-fetched. Again, where was the engineering teacher to vouch for Mohammed's story? Why didn't Mohammed simply explain himself?
It's no surprise that Ahmed Mohammed's dad ran to the cameras at the first opportunity. It's also no surprise that the terror-connected Council on American-Islamic Relations arrived to push the Islamophobia narrative immediately. (Read more)
- Heavenly Father, we come before You to repent for what is happening within our nation. We bring prayers to You over how our national leaders are not responding in a balanced and fair manner to all citizens. The leaders appear to be promoting divisiveness and forms of 'exclusion' for people who believe in the 'traditional values', and constitutional laws. They seem to 'encourage' values that are exclusive, not inclusive. Direct our thoughts and prayers, Father, for the needs and the times within which we are living. We pray this in the Name of Jesus, Amen and Amen.
- "For godly sorrow produces repentance leading to salvation, not to be regretted; but the sorrow of the world produces death." (2 Corinthians 7:10 NKJV)
7. Maine Considering Asset Test for Food Stamps - Townhall
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) intends to prohibit childless homes with over $5,000 in assets from receiving food stamps. Maine would become the 15th state to require an asset test before a person can begin receiving state assistance.
From the Portland Press Herald: The new rule - which will be the subject of a public hearing Oct. 6 in Augusta - would apply only to households with no children. About 225,000 Mainers receive food stamps, and some 8,600 of them would be affected by the rule, according to the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. The rule would exempt equity in a home and a primary vehicle.
This makes sense. A person would still be allowed to have a house and a primary car--but I don't think it's asking too much for a person to sell an ATV, which is essentially a large toy, before the state starts helping someone buy food. When times are tough, sacrifices have to be made, and applying for welfare assistance should be a last resort. (Read more)
- Heavenly Father, we lift up praise that the governor of the state of Maine acknowledges that federal assistance should have conditions and not just be a 'guarantee'. This proposed action appears to be fair as it expresses that if someone seeking assistance has things which are not 'necessities' but are 'extras for pleasure' then they should be sold first before asking for further monetary help from the state. We pray that this condition be expanded across the nation due to the debt level our states are encountering, praying this in Jesus' Name, Amen and Amen.
- "Incline your ear and hear the words of the wise, and apply your heart to my knowledge." (Proverbs 22:17 NKJV)
8. Muslim migrants target nations with higher wages - WND
An Islam expert is criticizing the extreme demands of mostly Muslim migrants from the Middle East who seek asylum in nations with the highest wages. "And for what job are they being paid?" writes Islam expert Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch."Proving Europe's multicultural bona fides?" His retort came after the London Express reported migrants from Syria "are demanding they are allowed to go to Sweden or Finland because the terms of asylum are more favorable for them."
Meanwhile, U.S. national security officials have discussed boosting the projected number of refugees accepted from 70,000 in 2015 to 85,000 in 2016 and then 100,000 in 2017. President Obama has called for cooperation from European countries on the migrant problem. The Department of Homeland Security and the State Department's Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration say there is resistance to a flood of newcomers, and Democrats and Republicans are divided on the issue. (Read more)
- Abba Father, have mercy on us! This report clearly shows how dangerous and calculated these massive 'immigration' actions are. As has been reported, many of the 'refugees' are undocumented plus how violent, destructive and negative their behaviors have proven to be. This report affirms that much of this is plotted and calculated invasions. The full 'purposes' have not fully manifested but definitely are beyond 'humanitarian aid'. We seek Your protection, Father, as we know the culture of these people does NOT promote 'assimilating' into the 'host' nation's culture but instead seeks to impose their beliefs on all others, often through extremely violent means. We pray to You alone over this in Jesus' Name, Amen and Amen.
- "In God is my salvation and my glory; the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God." (Psalm 62:7 NKJV)
The Daily Jot
Masters of lies and iniquity
Hannah Hess of the Hill Blotter writes in Roll Call that Arizona resident Jon Ritzheimer, a self-proclaimed "Oathkeeper" and "an American patriot who has everything to lose" is organizing with the Michigan Militia the arrest of Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow for treason. Hess reports that Ritzheimer posted a letter on his Facebook page stating "We are planning on arresting Senator Debbie Stabenow who voted yes to the Iran Nuke Deal. She will be arrested for treason under Article 3 Section 3 of the Constitution." While it is not absurd that the issue of treason and the Iran vote be discussed in the public forum, Ritzheimer's alleged approach is absurd, but informative.
The letter Hess is writing the story about is not viewable online, or if it is, one has to be a "follower" of Ritzheimer to view it, and he only has 2,316 followers. I'm not one of them, nor will I be. Also strange that Ritzheimer had organized an anti-Muslim, Draw Mohammad contest in Phoenix, which the story says "attracted FBI attention." Ritzheimer, a former Marine and an atheist, says he has read the Koran three times and believes violent Islamists are acting on the instructions of their religion. But back to Stabenow--Ritzheimer reportedly wrote that lax gun laws in Michigan will allow his militia to arrest Stabenow and then they will move to arrest those involved in passing the Iranian deal, including the president.
Certainly, this story reveals a lot. Ritzheimer's actions are extreme and actually are harmful to the efforts of reasonable citizens who wish to draw attention to a very serious problem in the US regarding Islam, the "war" on terror, and the Democratic Party's collusion with extremists. He is reportedly under the watchful eye of the FBI and Homeland Security. Consequently, there is absolutely no real media discussion of why these people should be arrested for treason under the Constitution, but rather the focus is on a person who would dare think that Islam is extreme, we are at war with terrorists, Islam foments terrorism, Iran is a terrorist sponsoring state, and this thinking must be silenced and labeled.
The Constitution says: "Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court." Since America is at war with terrorism, Iran is a terrorist sponsoring state, and the "president" and his party are empowering Iran, can the case be made for treason? Ritzheimer's extreme methods are unacceptable, but don't excuse the need for an answer. Isaiah 59:4 says, "None call for justice, nor any plead for truth: they trust in vanity, and speak lies; they conceive mischief, and bring forth iniquity." Many reasonable citizens are calling for justice and truth, but are labeled extremists like Ritzheimer by the masters of lies and iniquity.
Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
A Day to Abide in the LORD
A Day to Abide in the LORD
September 22-23, 2015 is almost upon us. It's the holiest day of the year, a day set apart by the LORD in His commandments to Moses: Leviticus 23:26-32. It's a day of solemn rest and fasting, a time to "afflict your soul" ---------repentance.
This Holy Day applies to us Christians. Leviticus 23: 31 says " it shall be a statute forever throughout your generations in all your dwellings."
In the Body of Christ, thanks to Yeshua/ Jesus, His blood now covers sin; additional blood sacrifices aren't required. But every soul needs cleansing through repentance. He desires us to be holy as He is holy. Take time to abide in Him this very key day to "afflict your soul." Leviticus 23:27. Joy follows repentance!
Revelation 3:19-22 points out the perfect process for such a Day of Atonement: repent, invite Him in to "dine" with you, and become an overcomer !
" As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten. Therefore be zealous and repent. Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him, and he with Me. To him who overcomes I will grant to sit with Me on My throne, as I also overcame and sat down with My Father on His throne. He who has an ear let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. "
(Source: Pastor Jeff Daly; National Day of Repentance)
To read the entire article, please go here.
On Yom Kippur: Kol Nidre
On Yom Kippur: Kol Nidre
Kol Nidre is an Aramaic declaration recited in the synagogue before the beginning of the evening service on every Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Strictly speaking, it is not a prayer, although commonly spoken of as if it were. This dry legal formula and its ceremonial accompaniment have been charged with emotional undertones since the medieval period, creating a dramatic introduction to Yom Kippur on what is often dubbed "Kol Nidrei night". It is written in Aramaic, not Hebrew. Its name is taken from the opening words, meaning all vows.
Before sunset on the eve of Yom Kippur ("Day of Atonement"), the congregation gathers in the synagogue. The Ark is opened and two people take from it two Torah scrolls. Then they take their places, one on each side of the cantor, and the three (symbolizing a Beth Din or rabbinical court) recite:
"By the authority of the Court on High and by authority of the court down here, by the permission of One Who Is Everywhere and by the permission of this congregation, we hold it lawful to pray with sinners."
This invitation to outcasts is not specifically for Kol Nidre but for the whole of the Day of Atonement, it being obvious that when even sinners join in repenting, the occasion is worthy of Divine clemency. . .
The cantor then chants the passage beginning with the words Kol Nidre with its touching melodic phrases, and, in varying intensities from pianissimo (quiet) to fortissimo (loud), repeats twice (for a total of three iterations) (lest a latecomer not hear them) the following words:
"All vows we are likely to make, all oaths and pledges we are likely to take between this Yom Kippur and the next Yom Kippur, we publicly renounce. Let them all be relinquished and abandoned, null and void, neither firm nor established. Let our vows, pledges and oaths be considered neither vows nor pledges nor oaths."
The leader and the congregation then say together three times, "May all the people of Israel be forgiven, including all the strangers who live in their midst, for all the people are in fault." (quoting Numbers 15:26.) The leader then says: "O pardon the iniquities of this people, according to Thy abundant mercy, just as Thou forgave this people ever since they left Egypt." And then the leader and congregation say together three times, "The Lord said, 'I pardon them according to your words.'" (quoting Numbers 14:20). The Torah scrolls are then put back in the Ark, and the customary evening service begins. (Source: Wikipedia)
Listen to Kol Nidre
Listen to Kol Nidre
Go here to listen to the cantors chant the Kol Nidre.
Signs and Wonders
Experts Weigh in on Biblical Implications of the Impending Final Blood Moon [VIDEO]
Blood Moon experts are predicting major "turning points in history" when on September 28th, the fourth and final blood moon in the current tetrad series will take place during the commencement of the Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) holiday.
This will be the fourth time in two years that a blood moon will occur on the Jewish holiday of either Tabernacles or Passover. The significance of the event has many Jews and Christians looking to the skies and gearing up for a major event that will affect the course of both Jewish and world history.
In the past millennia, only four documented tetrads have occurred on or around the Jewish holidays of Passover and Sukkot, and each one was followed by a major event that shifted Jewish and global history. Those tetrads occurred in the years 1428-1429, 1493-1494, 1949-1950, 1967-1968, and now, in 2014-2015. (Breaking Israel News) Read more
The sun shall turn to darkness, and the moon to blood, prior to the coming of the great and awesome day of the Lord." (Joel 3:4)
The Good News Corner
Faith Groups are Standing in the Gap for Mideast Refugees
[CBN News] The massive wave of illegal migrants entering Europe is creating a humanitarian crisis. Thousands of families continue to flee from war and religious persecution in the Middle East.
Now Christian relief agencies are on the ground, doing what they can to help the refugees.
Samaritan's Purse is working with churches to distribute 2,000 backpacks in Macedonia. The packs are filled with hygiene items, blankets, towels, diapers, granola bars, and candy.
CBN News spoke with the ministry's Dr. Natalie McDermott, who said the outreach shows the refugees the love of Jesus Christ.
Special Worship Today!
Special Worship Today!
IDF Choir Sings Yom Kippur Prayer
In honor of Israel's victory in the 1973 Yom Kippur war . . .
Watch the cantor and incredible choir of the Israeli Defense Forces sing U'netaneh Tokef, part of the liturgy recited on Yom Kippur, which concerns God determining who will die and who will live in the coming year. The moving video is intercut with scenes from the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Listen to the IDF choir by going here.
Two Daily Conference Calls
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