Is The Creation Narrative A Prophecy?

Declaring The End From The Beginning

We are made in God’s image, but he is different than we are. His ways are higher than ours. I think that is one of the major factors why scripture is sometimes hard for us to understand.  God said he was declaring the end from the beginning but what did this mean?

We first need to understand how God tells time. As can be expected, it is not the same way we look at time. Let us examine a section of scripture we have seen before but with new eyes:

Know this first of all, that in the last days mockers will come with their mocking, following after their own lusts, and saying, “Where is the promise of His coming? For ever since the fathers fell asleep, all continues just as it was from the beginning of creation.”  For when they maintain this, it escapes their notice that by the word of God the heavens existed long ago and the earth was formed out of water … But do not let this one fact escape your notice, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like one day.  The Lord is not slow about His promise, as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing for any to perish but for all to come to repentance. But the day of the Lord will come like a thief. (2 Pet. 3:3-5, 8-10 NASB)

This is a section of scripture where Peter is clearly instructing us on Jesus’ second coming. First he shows us how in the last days there will be scoffers who doubt that the return of Jesus is “right at the gates.” These scoffers are non-believers and some are believers. A large portion of the church already acts as if Jesus’ coming is not close at hand. This includes believers who are living as if they have their whole lives in front of them, and pastors who are not preparing their flock for the days that are “right at the gates.”

Peter then helps us understand why the scoffers scoff; they don’t understand God’s way of telling time! The church has focused on the verse that says that God wishes all to come to repentance.  This is a wonderful picture of God’s grace.  This sounds like a long period of time. But prior to verse 9 is the phrase that explains it all. “One day is like a thousand years.” This is the key to this entire passage, but it has been misunderstood. This is not some general statement like: “God is eternal so long periods of years are like a day to Him.” No, this is a specific instruction. It means when we see the word “day” in scripture it refers to a thousand-year period prophetically! This is an awesome key to understanding. It helps show us in the scriptures how God tells time.

Peter understood this key facet of God’s mechanism of telling time because he was familiar with the Psalm of Moses.

A thousand years in your sight are like a day that has just gone by, (Psalms 90: 4 NASB)

Moses and Peter are the two witnesses in scripture of this principle.

Is the Creation Narrative a Prophecy?

Now how does Peter want us to apply this principle so we won’t be like the scoffers who think Jesus is delayed in his coming? Let’s look at another scripture that helps us see God’s eternal plan.

I am God, and there is no one like me, declaring the end from the beginning and from ancient times things not yet done. (Isa. 46:9-10 NRSV, emphasis mine)

God said he is declaring the end from the beginning.   What is the beginning? Why, Genesis, of course. God says he has declared the time of the end from the time of the beginning. At the very beginning of Genesis is the story of creation. God created over six days and on the seventh he rested. Applying the principle of a day = a thousand years, God is declaring that 6000 years have been appointed to man, then on the seventh day we will enter His thousand year rest, the millennial kingdom.

What does Peter say about this concept?  He confirms it! In verse 5 of the passage in 2 Peter, we find “for when they maintain this (the idea that Jesus is not coming soon) it escpaes their notice that by the word of God the heavens existed long ago and the earth was formed out of water.” (2 Peter 3:5 NASB)  Peter validates the principle of a day equals a thousand years is to apply to the creation.  Moses, the other prophet who gave us the 1000 years = a day principle in Psalms 90 is the one who wrote down God’s words in Genesis, so obviously his testimony confirms this interpretation as well.

In looking at the fall of man, it is interesting how God uses the day = a thousand years formula immediately. God spoke to Adam and said:

Of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die. (Gen. 2:17 NKJV, emphasis mine)

Adam lived 930 years as recorded for us in Genesis 5:5. Thus God was correct, Adam died in the same day (same thousand years) that he sinned. Adam also died spiritually immediately upon consuming the fruit, but God’s principle of a thousand years equaling a day fulfilled Adam’s physical death as well.

The Ages of Creation

God has laid out the history of man into seven 1000 year periods we call ages.  Into each age, God placed an aspect of his redemptive plan.  In this way the Creation Narrative acts like a prophecy foretelling the events in the entire Bible.

It also explains why the order of the creation acts don’t make sense to a human being.  Theologians have long questioned why plants (which require sunlight)  were created on Day Three before the Sun, Moon and stars on Day Four.  Human logic can’t fathom this.  Men of faith have simply trusted God’s Word as true, and rightly so.  But if Christ had it in mind to order his creative acts in such a way that the narrative of these events would act as a prophecy, then of course it makes perfect sense.  To me this is yet another proof of Divine influence in the inspiration of scripture.  Only a God whose ways are higher than man’s could possibly conceive creating in an order that seems illogical to men, even ancient men, but yet when we finally understand it,  the order declares his infinite mind and power.  All of creation declares your worth, Lord Jesus. I am in awe of you!

The Beauty of the Creation Prophecy

The following table shows how the creation foretells God’s redemptive plan in each of these ages.  As you study this table, please notice how the creation events exactly match the major redemption event in God’s great plan. The “Years from Creation” column is based on the genealogies from the book of Genesis and later from other Old Testament books. An amazing reference that calculates these “days from creation” is The Time Of The End by Tim Warner. God has very carefully recorded these years through the bloodline of his Messiah, Jesus. This allows us a beautiful picture of God’s plan with every thousand-year period exactly matching its day in creation.

Day of Creation Creation Event Major Redemption Event Years from Creation
1 Light and Darkness Knowledge of Good and Evil 0- 1000
2 Separation   of waters The   Flood 1000   – 2000
3 Separation of dry land, creation of plants and trees Exodus and creation of the nation of Israel 2000 – 3000
4 Sun   and Moon Jesus   and the Church 3000   – 4000
5 Birds and Fish multiply Multiplication of God’s people into Jews and Christians 4000 – 5000
6 Land   creatures and man Dominion   of man over creation, Tribulation 5000   – 6000
7 God Rested Millennial Kingdom 6000 – 7000

Let’s take a brief moment to look at the beauty of this prophecy. It is truly amazing. Frankly, it is beyond human comprehension. The symbols are stunning that God used in the creation story to represent the major works of redemption he was about to do.

On the first day God separated light from darkness. In scripture light signifies good and darkness evil. During that thousand-year period of the first day, the fall of man occurred and Adam and Eve came to know good and evil.  Light and dark were separated.

During the second day God separated the waters beneath from the waters above. During the second thousand-year period on earth God caused the waters above to come crashing down in a worldwide flood where the floodgates of the deep were opened and rain fell from the waters above.

On the third day God separated the waters, created land, plants, and trees. During the third thousand-year period God separated the waters of the Red Sea so the Israelites could cross during the Exodus. And he created their nation when he brought them into the Promised Land. Remember that God’s symbol for Israel is the fig tree! (see THE FIG TREE) God created trees on the third day of creation, and planted the nation Israel in the promised land during the third thousand years.

On the fourth day God created the lights in the sky. The sun is Jesus and the moon, who reflects the light of the sun, is his bride, the Church.  Each of us individually “shine like the stars in the world” (see Philippians 2:15).

On the fifth day God multiplied the fish of the sea and the birds of the air. In the Mazzaroth (God’s story told in the Zodiac), Pisces, the fish, is the nation of Israel, divided into two kingdoms, Israel and Judah. Birds fly on wings like eagles which is a picture of the Holy Spirit from Isaiah 40:31. During the first thousand-year period after the death of Christ, God’s people were now divided into two groups, Christians who had the Holy Spirit represented by the birds and the Jews represented by the fish. God multiplied them both.

The Dominion of Man

Finally we come to the sixth day. God says:

So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. Then God blessed them, and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”  (Genesis 1:27-28 NKJV)

This is such a perfect picture of what man has been able to do in the last thousand years. He has subdued the earth as never before with automobiles, planes, nuclear power, TVs and computers. It is also a picture of what the Antichrist will do. He will subdue the earth and have dominion over it; at least for a short three-and-a-half-year period.

Finally on the seventh day, the seventh thousand years, we will enter God’s rest. In Hebrews 4:8-9 (NRSV) it says, “For if Joshua had given them rest, God would not speak later about another day. So then, a Sabbath (7th day) rest still remains for the people of God.” Notice how it says another day. God’s Word is so specific.

If you were not aware of this great prophecy, I am sure you are as amazed as I was when I became aware of it. It is no wonder that Satan would want to do everything in his power to obstruct this message from getting out. With this in mind he schemed up the theory of evolution .  This evil theory not only attempts to deny Christ’s creative power but also attempts to obscure this wonderful prophecy.

Jesus is Coming Soon

Based on God’s great creation prophecy, Jesus died at the very end of the fourth day of creation (four thousand years after creation based on the genealogies of Christ.) He will return at the end of the sixth day of creation (six thousand years after creation). Therefore there are approximately two thousand years between His death and His return. This is not an attempt at date setting but it does give us a good estimate of the season of his return.  We cannot know the day or the hour, but we can know the season.

He is coming soon!

27 thoughts on “Is The Creation Narrative A Prophecy?”

  1. I need to trust the Spirit more. This is another area I have always thought was a basic truth. I’ve never heard it taught or discussed before, but just “understood” that one day of creation was equal to a thousand years in God’s timing. I didn’t know it was a revelation to others. Just like I’ve always been pre-wrath, even when that positions wasn’t accepted by others.

    1. I much prefer the Greek version of this verse as I believe it is more clear. Also this is probably the verse and version that the Holy Spirit inspired Paul to refer to when he used the word HARPAZO to describe the Rapture. So looking at the Greek, if I translate it 6:1 says:

      In their affliction, they will rise early to me saying, “We should go and return to the Lord our God, for he Raptures us and heals us, he shall strike and will bind up our wounds.”

      The word you are interested in is translated “strike” as in strike with a sword. This word is used when Peter struck the ear of the servant of the High Priest.

  2. Absolutely amazing. Thanks I never read the whole passage and I know we should not set dates and I never do. But I do know we can know when it is near right at the door. So I wonder if this brings a whole new meaning to a generation being 70-80 yrs (Psalm 90:10). I say this simply because the passage above does show the time away after the ascension as 2 days (2000 years) and fact is we don’t know the exact date the ascension happened but we do know it was somewhere between 26 and 33 AD. 80 yrs from 1948 would fall right in the middle of that time (2028) 2000 yrs later. We won’t know the day or hr but it is getting close.

    1. Yes, we should not date set because we don’t know the crucifixion year with perfect accuracy. Plus we may be misreading these scriptures. However, that being said it is definitively a time to watch for signs as anywhere from 2020 on makes sense for a possible start of the 70th Week.

      1. I personally don’t believe were misreading these scriptures I say this because I believe the creation narrative is a prophecy like this post shows. I believe man has been given 6000 years from the creation of Adam and then the thousand year reign of Christ begins. I do believe God is saying 2 days (2000 years) from his ascension he will return to rapture us. Its just we don’t know the exact year for the crucifixion. Pontius Pilate was prefect of Rome from 26-36 AD so there is really a ten year range of possibility. Most scholars believe he was born around 4-6 BC because the Bible says he was born in the reign of Herod the Great and he died in 4 BC not long after he had all those babies killed. But we don’t know for sure.

        1. Current thinking on Jesus’s birth is Sept. 11, 3BC. Herod’s death has been set as 1BC based on the most recent scholarship. This fits perfectly with a start of Jesus’s ministry in fall of 27AD and death in 30 or 31 AD

          1. Yeah from researching I have found most recent scholarship believe Jesus was baptized in the 15th year of the reign of Tiberius around 27 or 28 AD and his death in 30 or 31 AD. We do know that the time is cut short a bit though so maybe the 80 yrs of Psalm 90:10 is still a possibility. A guy pointed out to me that Psalm 90:10 says 70-80 if by strength and it is soon cut off (cut short) and we “fly away” (possibly the rapture immediately after the trib)? Either way like you said above it is definitively a time to watch for signs as anywhere from 2020 on makes sense for a possible start of the 70th Week.

  3. Nelson I came across a couple verses that may further support Christ returning 2000 years (2 days) after his cruxifiction to raise us up at the last trump. Hosea 6:2-3 After “two days” will he revive us: in the third day (day of the Lord/beginning of millennium) he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.
    Then shall we know, if we follow on to know the Lord: his going forth is prepared as the morning; and he shall come unto us as the rain, as the latter and former rain unto the earth.

    1. Yes jlils05, Please check out the entire passage. The page break prevents western eyes from seeing it. The LXX is even more stiking:

      Wherefore I am as a panther to Ephraim, and as a lion to the house of Judah: and I will tear(HARPAZO or rapture), and go away; and I will take, and there shall be none to deliver. I will go and return to my place, until they are brought to nought, and then shall they seek my face.

      In their affliction they will seek me early, saying, Let us go, and return to the Lord our God; for he has torn (HARPAZO or raptured), and will heal us; he will smite, and bind us up. After two days he will heal us: in the third day we shall arise, and live before him, and shall know him: let us follow on to know the Lord: we shall find him ready as the morning, and he will come to us as the early and latter rain to the earth. (Hosea 5:14- 6:3)

      Notice all the illusions to end times. First Jesus identifies himself as the Lion of Judah! Second, notice he will be raptured away (the ascension) and go back to his place (heaven). Then the time line of time away is given as two days (2000 years). Also notice the rapture word is used in this section as well.

      Jesus will come as the early and latter rains (his two comings.)

      Amazing isn’t it?

  4. Good stuff, brother! Good stuff indeed. I would only like to add a couple of thoughts.

    One, as you rightly understand the sun, moon, and stars were not created until day four. The Light in Gen 1:3 is when Jesus is brought forth, through whom all things were made. John 1 tells us exactly 7 times in the first 9 verses that Jesus is not only the Word, but the Light, IN THE BEGINNING! Of course, Jesus himself said He was the Light at least twice. The scriptural case for this is quite strong, including Provercs 8:24, etc. Jesus was the Light, which explains why the vegetation survived just fine for 24 hours until they had sunlight.

    Two, the true meaning of Gen 6:3 is often missed. Especially by scholars with tiny faith. 120 years God will strive with man. 120 years until flood? Well Noah was already 500 and the flood came in his 600th year. Rules that interpretation out. 120 years the limit of man’s lifespan? Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob all lived well over 120 years. What could it possibly mean? 120 JUBILEE years! I’ll run thru this quickly.

    The book of Jubilees was a normally accepted book of the Bible at one time. Paul even quoted from it. Jubilees lays out the time from creation until the Israelites are about to enter the promised land in Jubilee cycles of 49 calendar years. (All years in scripture begin in Nisan except the Jubilee year. The 49th year ends up being 6 months 10 days. The 50th year runs from Tishri 10 until Nisan 1 again. 50 “years” fitting within 49 year cycles.)

    In Jubilees, the Israelites are about to enter the promised land on the last year of the 50th Jubilee cycle. From there the Israelites are told to start counting Jubilees again once they entered the land. Levi 25. Now, we have two recorded Jubilee years in recorded history. The 16th Jubilee in 623 BC, the 13th year of Josiah. (Btw, the first 20 chapters of Jeremiah were all given in this Jubilee year.) Next we have Ezekiel giving us chapter 40-48 in the 17th Jubilee year in 574 BC. Actually, Ezekiel receives chapters 40-48 on Tishri 10, the exact day the Jubilee is to be declared. That day marks the 17th Jubilee since entering the promised land, the 67th Jubilee from creation. Count forward. The 120th Jubilee from creation is Tishri 10, 2024.

    Since Genesis 6:3 tells us the period of God’s long suffering and striving with man, we must go until the end of that Jubilee year. Nisan 1, 2025. All that is written begins to unfold on that day. There is more, but I’ll leave it there for now.

    Well, I’ll add one more thing. 2024 just so happens to be exactly 2000 years from the time Jesus began His ministry. Crucified in 27 AD, the fifteenth year of Tiberius. (Nisan 14 that year was indeed a Thursday, which it had to be to fulfill three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.) It was the Nicene counsel that organized the gospels into their current format. 150 years earlier, Turtullian clearly wrote that Jesus was revealed in the 12th year of Tiberius. Luke’s gospel was rearranged a bit. If you think about it, it doesn’t make sense for Luke, a believer, to put so much emphasis on dating the beginning of John’s ministry and nothing on dating the crucifixion. He did date the crucifixion as the 15th year of Tiberius, but the text was rearranged at the Nicene counsel. Its a long story, but I know these things to be true.

    Hosea 6:After two days He will revive us;
    On the third day He will raise us up,
    That we may live in His sight.

    All the math adds up perfectly. We have a little over 8 years remaining.

    1. Harvos, I strive NOT to set dates (although you may be correct). I agree the time of the end (the SUNTELEIA) is very close, but I am a sign watcher not a date setter. Setting dates is dangerous if you are wrong. I agree, however, we should be acting as if the end is almost upon us. I am sure the Bible contains prophecies that allow us to set the date, but it is so complicated and the results so damaging if we are wrong, that I choose not to try. I have a range of dates in my mind that I consider; so let me say in my mind it will occur within 7-20 years.

      I agree wholeheartedly that Jubilees are 49 year cycles, I also agree with your interpretation of Hosea.

  5. Hi Nelson – further to my email you may like this from the Creationist site ‘Answers in Genesis’ (link below).:

    ‘…There was a popular prophetic understanding of a “day” meaning the coming of the Messiah at the end of the world, but this had nothing to do with creation itself. The Talmud says, “Six thousand years shall the world exist, and one [thousand, the seventh], it shall be desolate, as it is written, And the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day. … it is also said, For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past.”9

    ‘The Rabbis calculated these six thousand years by basing them on the six literal days of creation. They reasoned that one literal day of creation prophetically referred to a thousand years of history.10 This reasoning was the traditional approach of most of the early Church Fathers, too…’


    1. Thanks Richard. AIG’s article misses the main point that 2 Peter 3 supports the position of the ancient Rabbi’s that the Genesis account is a prophecy. This is because their focus is on the creation account being about 7 literal days (evenings and mornings). It is about 7 literal days but also is a prophecy about 1000 year days.

  6. Nelson Walters: I read your articles all the time and, I really appreciate your insight and, interpretations, as I feel you have helped me in my journey. I respect you and want to point out something in this article that I noticed, and have been studying on, I was feeling the overwhelming urge to comment, something I never usually do. I’m humble and an honest man seeking the truth. I hope you can address this because I don’t know if this is for me or you or, both. I respect you alot and hope something comes of this for both of us and, all your readers. I know it may seem like a non issue but I’m really feeling led to ask you.
    Here is the part in your article.
    On the fourth day God created the lights in the sky. The sun is Jesus and the moon, who reflects the light of the sun, is his bride, the Church. Each of us individually “shine like the stars in the world” (see Philippians 2:15)

    I believe if people would really pay attention to the cycles of the moon they would notice that it doesn’t make any sense according to what we learned in school. We’re told the earth’s shadow is cast upon the moon. Upon closer observation you’ll notice that when the sun is out and, the moon is cycling with the sun during the day you will see the moon change by the light on the moon grow toward full or down to nothing ( even watching the Moon at night gives clues to the relative position of the sun and, the earth and the supposed shadow caused by the earth).
    You’ll see the earth couldn’t possibly cause the shadow changing on the moon, especially when we see the sun during the day with the moon in the sky.
    To have the earth effect the shadow on the moon, you would have to have the earth between the sun and Moon. Thats not to say God doesn’t use the sun to illuminat the moon, but if he does he somehow casts a shadow or, more likely limits the light the moon gives in its set times of cycle.
    King James Bible, Mark 13:24
    But in those days, after that tribulation, the sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light. (seems to me God is saying the moon gives her own light independent of the Sun)
    Also according to a study I once read, the moons light is actually a cooling light,and has a cooling effect, opposite to measuring the light of the Sun, which we know gives off lots of heat. So it seems to me that God created them independently as it says, and to fit his purpose of apparently balancing the the atmosphere so we can live. As hot as the Sun can be, it makes perfect sence to me that God uses the moon to balance with the Sun( or however God works his creation) , as well as for times, and seasons.

    I didn’t believe in the flat earth thing until I studied it, and came to find out the Bible perfectly describes the Earth as fixed in its foundation and, unmovable. The God of this world has blinded the minds of people with so called science, to attempt to hide the one true God’s creation and, to discredit the Bible. I wish I had time to go on, but please let me know what you think after consideration and, praying for guidance. It would mean alot to me to have your opinion, thanks so much for your work!

    1. Christopher,

      This is quite interesting actually, especially the part about the moon when its visible during the day. This is something I will have to research. I do not believe in the flat earth theory, however, I don’t have an answer to your question right now.

  7. All this is really interesting with current events.. Not date setting but if true jesus died at the end of the fourth day estimated around 32AD. Now look at this with current events it is 2015 with the Iran deal of 15 years before a nuclear weapon puts that at 2030.. Then all the other things to long to mention here, but i do also see Gods land israel being divided for gain. God said his land would be divided for gain. What is it to gain by dividing israel in these days? It will be divided for the sake of peace is what i am seeing.

    Thanks Nelson for your site

      1. Your welcome Nelson.. I want to share a story and i have not seen anywhere yet. After i started coming to the truth of Islam and all things i was in my driveway one day thinking God said i will gather all nations to battle and i thought how is he going to do this, what nations would go after wanting to fight the Lord? It hit me like a ton of bricks, the Lord himself by appearing and Islam when they see him. The Hadith says there is nothing worse in Allahs sight than that of a man on the day of ressurection calling himself King of Kings..
        Here is something i have not shared with anyone but only a few in my family. Sometimes i struggle and the spirit walk is hard and sometimes cant seem to do anything right.. I was at work and felt so troubled and worried and thinking why cant i always do right and i want to be stronger but i cant save myself.. I began to cry and said all i ask for is a little help, i just need a little help. Within one hour my wife sends me message just saying Isaiah 41:10 so i go and read it. My wife never sent me bible verses before much, but when i read it i just broke down and cry like a baby. Everything was in that one verse of Isaiah 41:10.. You can read it and see what i feel the Lord was saying to me. I have other stories of dreams i can share if u want me to email you. I wont take up more of your time here. Thank You Nelson

        1. Ah, yes, Isaiah chapter 40. The Epilogue of my new book discusses Isaiah 40 and its MODERN DAY FULFILLMENT. Bet you haven’t gotten that far in the book yet.

          BTW, even the Apostle Paul did what he didn’t want and didn’t do what he did want to do. The fact this troubles you is a sign you’re saved. Only the Holy Spirit convicts of sin.

          1. Thanks Nelson i look forward to reading all your book and hope to get copies to pass out.. When troubled in heart i was wondering am i really saved am i not saved and said if i am not saved there is nothing i can do to save myself and wept and said all i ever asked for was a little help and then out of the blue i get this verse sent to my phone.
            Isaiah 41:10 NKJV
            10 Fear not, for I am with you;
            Be not dismayed, for I am your God.
            I will strengthen you,
            Yes, I will help you,
            I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.’.
            I know when i tell my family everything i believe i will prob be cast out and said to me that is not bible. I can almost see the entire picture of daniel and the rapture does not happen until the 7th trumpet when then it is Gods Wrath that comes and Jesus is then here physically to claim his kingdom.
            If people realize they are in the tribulation how many hearts will melt and confusion sets in and then doubt or some may say this is not tribulation because we are not raptured out yet and still here. All the confusion and chaos in the church..
            Mens hearts failing them for fear and looking after the things which are coming upon the earth. Luke..

  8. Hope, I got it right: After creation was completed (6 days), God rested
    on the 7th day and we are still living in God´s rest untill the end of the Millenium. That means, a creation-day is a period of 7000 years, while
    a day concerning human history is accordung to the Holy Scriptures
    1000 years.

    1. Sue, Thanks for readying! What you wrote here is not exactly what the post says. The basic idea of the post is that although the creation literally happened in seven days, the written narrative of that act in the Bible acts not only as history but also as a prophecy of what will happen in history. In this prophecy, Christians can use God’s formula of 1 day = a thousand years. We are not yet living in the 7th day, the seventh thousand years from creation. That is yet future. We are living during the sixth day, and probably at the concluding portion of the sixth day (the day of man.) God’s rest will only come after Jesus returns to the earth.

      1. Thanks for your reply! I agree and understand that the creation days act
        as a prophecy. My consideration was only to relate or compare it with the
        creation days literally, the narrative, according to Gen. 1:31 / 2: 1-3.


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