Message Six: The Process of Maturity
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Scripture Reading: Gen. 47:7, 10; Heb. 6:1; Col. 1:28-29; Eph. 4:14
Gen 47:7        And Joseph brought in Jacob his father and set him before Pharaoh, and Jacob blessed Pharaoh.
Gen 47:10      And Jacob blessed Pharaoh and went forth from Pharaoh's presence.
Heb 6:1          Therefore leaving the word of the beginning of Christ, let us be brought on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith in God,
Col 1:28         Whom we announce, admonishing every man and teaching every man in all wisdom that we may present every man full-grown in Christ;
Col 1:29         For which also I labor, struggling according to His operation which operates in me in power.
Eph 4:14        That we may be no longer little children tossed by waves and carried about by every wind of teaching in the sleight of men, in craftiness with a view to a system of error,
 
 
I.     Genesis 37—45 is a record of the process of Jacob’s maturity:
Gen 37-45      (be omitted.)
A.     In Genesis 27 we see a supplanter; in chapter 37, a transformed man; and at the end of chapter 45, a mature person.
Gen 27, 37, 45 (be omitted.)
B.     To be transformed is to be metabolically changed in our natural life, whereas to be matured is to be filled with the divine life that changes us—Heb. 6:1:
Heb 6:1          Therefore leaving the word of the beginning of Christ, let us be brought on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith in God,
1.      The last stage of transformation is maturity, the fullness of life:
a.      God’s eternal purpose can only be accomplished through our transformation and maturity—Gen. 1:26; Col. 1:28; 2:19.
Gen 1:26        And God said, Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of heaven and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth.
Col 1:28         Whom we announce, admonishing every man and teaching every man in all wisdom that we may present every man full-grown in Christ;
Col 2:19         And not holding the Head, out from whom all the Body, being richly supplied and knit together by means of the joints and sinews, grows with the growth of God.
b.      Maturity is a matter of having the divine life imparted into us again and again until we have the fullness of life—John 10:10.
John 10:10     The thief does not come except to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life and may have it abundantly.
2.      Maturity is a matter of the enlargement of capacity—Psa. 4:1:
Psa 4:1          When I call out, answer me, / O God of my righteousness; / Make room for me when I am in straits; / Be gracious to me and hear my prayer.
a.      Maturity in life is the sum total of receiving the discipline of the Holy Spirit—Heb. 12:5-11.
Heb 12:5        And you have completely forgotten the exhortation which reasons with you as with sons, "My son, do not regard lightly the discipline of the Lord, nor faint when reproved by Him;
Heb 12:6        For whom the Lord loves He disciplines, and He scourges every son whom He receives."
Heb 12:7        It is for discipline that you endure; God deals with you as with sons. For what son is there whom the father does not discipline?
Heb 12:8        But if you are without discipline, of which all sons have become partakers, then you are illegitimate and not sons.
Heb 12:9        Furthermore we have had the fathers of our flesh as discipliners and we respected them; shall we not much more be in subjection to the Father of spirits and live?
Heb 12:10      For they disciplined for a few days as it seemed good to them; but He, for what is profitable that we might partake of His holiness.
Heb 12:11      Now no discipline at the present time seems to be a matter of joy, but of grief; but afterward it yields the peaceable fruit of righteousness to those who have been exercised by it.
b.      Others may see a person who has matured in life, but they cannot see the accumulated discipline of the Holy Spirit which that person has received secretly day by day throughout the years—2 Cor. 1:8-10; Gen. 47:7, 10.
2 Cor 1:8        For we do not want you to be ignorant, brothers, of our affliction which befell us in Asia, that we were excessively burdened, beyond our power, so that we despaired even of living.
2 Cor 1:9        Indeed we ourselves had the response of death in ourselves, that we should not base our confidence on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead;
2 Cor 1:10      Who has delivered us out of so great a death, and will deliver us; in whom we have hoped that He will also yet deliver us,
Gen 47:7        And Joseph brought in Jacob his father and set him before Pharaoh, and Jacob blessed Pharaoh.
Gen 47:10      And Jacob blessed Pharaoh and went forth from Pharaoh's presence.
3.      God will sovereignly use persons, things, and events to empty us of everything that has filled us and to take away every preoccupation so that we may have an increased capacity to be filled with God—Luke 1:53; Matt. 5:6.
Luke 1:53       The hungry He has filled with good things, and the rich He has sent away empty.
Matt 5:6         Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.
C.     The life of Jacob reveals that everything that happens to us is under God’s sovereignty for our transformation and maturity; nothing is accidental:
1.      In order to become mature, Jacob first had to suffer the loss of Joseph, the treasure of his heart—Gen. 37:31-35.
Gen 37:31      Then they took Joseph's coat and slaughtered a male goat and dipped the coat in the blood.
Gen 37:32      And they sent the coat of many colors and had it brought to their father and said, We found this; please examine it, and see whether it is your son's coat or not.
Gen 37:33      And he recognized it and said, It is my son's coat. A wild beast has devoured him; Joseph is without doubt torn to pieces.
Gen 37:34      And Jacob tore his garments and put sackcloth upon his loins and mourned for his son many days.
Gen 37:35      And all his sons and all his daughters rose up to comfort him; but he refused to be comforted and said, Surely I will go down to Sheol to my son, mourning. Thus his father wept for him.
2.      A mature believer has learned that God is merciful and all-sufficient to meet his needs in every kind of situation—43:11, 13-14; 17:1; Phil. 1:19-21a; 4:11-12; cf. 1 Tim. 6:6-8.
Gen 43:11      And their father Israel said to them, If it must be so, then do this: Take some of the choice fruits of the land in your bags, and carry a present down to the man-a little balm and a little honey, aromatic gum and myrrh, pistachio nuts and almonds.
Gen 43:13      Take your brother also, and rise up; return to the man,
Gen 43:14      And may the All-sufficient God grant you mercy before the man, that he may release to you your other brother and Benjamin. And as for me, if I am to be bereaved of my children, I shall be bereaved.
Gen 17:1        And when Abram was ninety-nine years old, Jehovah appeared to Abram and said to him, I am the All-sufficient God; / Walk before Me, and be perfect.
Phil 1:19        For I know that for me this will turn out to salvation through your petition and the bountiful supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ,
Phil 1:20        According to my earnest expectation and hope that in nothing I will be put to shame, but with all boldness, as always, even now Christ will be magnified in my body, whether through life or through death.
Phil 1:21a       For to me, to live is Christ …
Phil 4:11        Not that I speak according to lack, for I have learned, in whatever circumstances I am, to be content.
Phil 4:12        I know also how to be abased, and I know how to abound; in everything and in all things I have learned the secret both to be filled and to hunger, both to abound and to lack.
1 Tim 6:6        But godliness with contentment is great gain;
1 Tim 6:7        For we have brought nothing into the world, because neither can we carry anything out.
1 Tim 6:8        But having food and covering, with these we will be content.
3.      His trust and rest are altogether in the mercy of his all-sufficient God, no longer in himself or in his ability—Rom. 9:16.
Rom 9:16       So then it is not of him who wills, nor of him who runs, but of God who shows mercy.
 
II.   In Song of Songs 6:13 the lover of Christ, having passed through the various stages of transformation, has become, in the maturity of Christ’s life, the Shulammite, the reproduction and duplication of Christ to match Him for their marriage:
S.S. 6:13       Return, return, O Shulammite; / Return, return, that we may gaze at you. / Why should you gaze at the Shulammite, / As upon the dance of two camps?
A.     Shulammite is the feminine form of Solomon, indicating that, in the maturity of life, she has become the same as Christ in life, in nature, in expression, and in function for the accomplishment of God’s eternal economy—v. 13.
S.S. 6:13       Return, return, O Shulammite; / Return, return, that we may gaze at you. / Why should you gaze at the Shulammite, / As upon the dance of two camps?
B.     In Song of Songs 3 the lover of Christ reaches a mature stage, becoming a palanquin, and eventually is reckoned by the Lord as Jerusalem—vv. 9-10; 6:4:
S.S. 3:9         King Solomon made himself a palanquin / Of the wood of Lebanon.
S.S. 3:10       Its posts he made of silver; / Its bottom, of gold; / Its seat, of purple; / Its midst was inlaid with love / From the daughters of Jerusalem.
S.S. 6:4         You are as beautiful, my love, as Tirzah, / As lovely as Jerusalem, / As terrible as an army with banners.
1.      She reaches this stage by the breaking of her natural man and by the subduing of her will—3:6; 4:1, 4.
S.S. 3:6         Who is she who comes up from the wilderness / Like pillars of smoke, / Perfumed with myrrh and frankincense, / With all the fragrant powders of the merchant?
S.S. 4:1         Oh, you are beautiful, my love! / Oh, you are beautiful! Your eyes are like doves behind your veil; / Your hair is like a flock of goats / That repose on Mount Gilead.
S.S. 4:4         Your neck is like the tower of David, / Built for an armory: / A thousand bucklers hang on it, / All the shields of the mighty men.
2.      Through her living in Christ’s ascension as the new creation in resurrection, the lover of Christ becomes mature in the riches of the life of Christ so that she becomes the building of God, the sanctuary of God—6:4.
S.S. 6:4         You are as beautiful, my love, as Tirzah, / As lovely as Jerusalem, / As terrible as an army with banners.
 
III.  We need to experience the development of the divine life and the divine nature contained in the divine seed that has been sown into us so that we may have a rich entrance into the eternal kingdom—2 Pet. 1:1, 4-11:
2 Pet 1:1        Simon Peter, a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have been allotted faith equally precious as ours in the righteousness of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ:
2 Pet 1:4        Through which He has granted to us precious and exceedingly great promises that through these you might become partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption which is in the world by lust.
2 Pet 1:5        And for this very reason also, adding all diligence, supply bountifully in your faith virtue; and in virtue, knowledge;
2 Pet 1:6        And in knowledge, self-control; and in self-control, endurance; and in endurance, godliness;
2 Pet 1:7        And in godliness, brotherly love; and in brotherly love, love.
2 Pet 1:8        For these things, existing in you and abounding, constitute you neither idle nor unfruitful unto the full knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
2 Pet 1:9        For he in whom these things are not present is blind, being shortsighted, having forgotten the cleansing of his past sins.
2 Pet 1:10      Therefore, brothers, be the more diligent to make your calling and selection firm, for doing these things you shall by no means ever stumble.
2 Pet 1:11      For in this way the entrance into the eternal kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will be richly and bountifully supplied to you.
A.     We have been allotted the wonderful, equally precious faith, and this faith is an all-inclusive seed—v. 1; 1 Pet. 1:23:
2 Pet 1:1        Simon Peter, a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have been allotted faith equally precious as ours in the righteousness of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ:
1 Pet 1:23      Having been regenerated not of corruptible seed but of incorruptible, through the living and abiding word of God.
1.      All the divine riches are in this seed, but we must be diligent to develop them; to grow to maturity is to develop what we already have—2 Pet. 1:1-8; 3:18.
2 Pet 1:1        Simon Peter, a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have been allotted faith equally precious as ours in the righteousness of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ:
2 Pet 1:2        Grace to you and peace be multiplied in the full knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord;
2 Pet 1:3        Seeing that His divine power has granted to us all things which relate to life and godliness, through the full knowledge of Him who has called us by His own glory and virtue,
2 Pet 1:4        Through which He has granted to us precious and exceedingly great promises that through these you might become partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption which is in the world by lust.
2 Pet 1:5        And for this very reason also, adding all diligence, supply bountifully in your faith virtue; and in virtue, knowledge;
2 Pet 1:6        And in knowledge, self-control; and in self-control, endurance; and in endurance, godliness;
2 Pet 1:7        And in godliness, brotherly love; and in brotherly love, love.
2 Pet 1:8        For these things, existing in you and abounding, constitute you neither idle nor unfruitful unto the full knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
2 Pet 3:18      But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory both now and unto the day of eternity. Amen.
2.      By developing these virtues, we grow in life, and eventually, we will reach maturity, be full of Christ, and be qualified and equipped to be kings in the coming kingdom—Eph. 4:13-15; 2 Pet. 1:11.
Eph 4:13        Until we all arrive at the oneness of the faith and of the full knowledge of the Son of God, at a full-grown man, at the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ,
Eph 4:14        That we may be no longer little children tossed by waves and carried about by every wind of teaching in the sleight of men, in craftiness with a view to a system of error,
Eph 4:15        But holding to truth in love, we may grow up into Him in all things, who is the Head, Christ,
2 Pet 1:11      For in this way the entrance into the eternal kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will be richly and bountifully supplied to you.
3.      We need to have the full development and maturity from the seed of faith, through the roots of virtue and knowledge, the trunk of self-control, and the branches of endurance and godliness, to the blossom and fruit of brotherly love and love—vv. 5-7.
2 Pet 1:5        And for this very reason also, adding all diligence, supply bountifully in your faith virtue; and in virtue, knowledge;
2 Pet 1:6        And in knowledge, self-control; and in self-control, endurance; and in endurance, godliness;
2 Pet 1:7        And in godliness, brotherly love; and in brotherly love, love.
4.      The ultimate development of the divine nature within us is love—agape, the Greek word used in the New Testament for the divine love, which God is in His nature—v. 7; 1 John 4:8, 16:
2 Pet 1:7        And in godliness, brotherly love; and in brotherly love, love.
1 John 4:8      He who does not love has not known God, because God is love.
1 John 4:16    And we know and have believed the love which God has in us. God is love, and he who abides in love abides in God and God abides in him.
a.      We need to let the divine seed of the allotted faith develop to its consummation in the divine and nobler love—2 Pet. 1:5-7.
2 Pet 1:5        And for this very reason also, adding all diligence, supply bountifully in your faith virtue; and in virtue, knowledge;
2 Pet 1:6        And in knowledge, self-control; and in self-control, endurance; and in endurance, godliness;
2 Pet 1:7        And in godliness, brotherly love; and in brotherly love, love.
b.      When we partake of the divine nature and grow in life unto maturity, we are filled with God as love, and we become persons of love, even love itself—Eph. 3:19.
Eph 3:19        And to know the knowledge-surpassing love of Christ, that you may be filled unto all the fullness of God.
B.     We should be diligent to pursue the growth, development, and maturity of the divine life and nature for a rich entrance into the eternal kingdom—2 Pet. 1:10-11.
2 Pet 1:10      Therefore, brothers, be the more diligent to make your calling and selection firm, for doing these things you shall by no means ever stumble.
2 Pet 1:11      For in this way the entrance into the eternal kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will be richly and bountifully supplied to you.
 
IV.  Paul’s burden in the book of Hebrews was to bring the believers out of the initial stage of salvation on to maturity—5:11—6:5:
Heb 5:11        Concerning whom we have much to say that is also difficult to interpret since you have become dull of hearing.
Heb 5:12        For when because of the time you ought to be teachers, you have need again for someone to teach you what the rudiments of the beginning of the oracles of God are and have become those who have need of milk and not of solid food.
Heb 5:13        For everyone who partakes of milk is inexperienced in the word of righteousness, for he is an infant;
Heb 5:14        But solid food is for the full-grown, who because of practice have their faculties exercised for discriminating between both good and evil.
Heb 6:1          Therefore leaving the word of the beginning of Christ, let us be brought on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith in God,
Heb 6:2          Of the teaching of baptisms and of the laying on of hands, of the resurrection of the dead and of eternal judgment.
Heb 6:3          And this we will do if God permits.
Heb 6:4          For it is impossible for those who have once been enlightened and have tasted of the heavenly gift and have become partakers of the Holy Spirit
Heb 6:5          And have tasted the good word of God and the powers of the age to come,
A.     To be brought on to maturity is to be brought into the word of righteousness concerning Christ’s heavenly ministry and the way of God’s economy, the word that is solid food—5:12-14; 6:1:
Heb 5:12        For when because of the time you ought to be teachers, you have need again for someone to teach you what the rudiments of the beginning of the oracles of God are and have become those who have need of milk and not of solid food.
Heb 5:13        For everyone who partakes of milk is inexperienced in the word of righteousness, for he is an infant;
Heb 5:14        But solid food is for the full-grown, who because of practice have their faculties exercised for discriminating between both good and evil.
Heb 6:1          Therefore leaving the word of the beginning of Christ, let us be brought on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith in God,
1.      The book of Hebrews was written to bring the believers on from the good word concerning Christ’s earthly ministry to the word of righteousness concerning Christ’s heavenly ministry and thereby bring the believers on to maturity—1:3; 4:14-16; 6:20; 7:25; 8:1-2.
Heb 1:3          Who, being the effulgence of His glory and the impress of His substance and upholding and bearing all things by the word of His power, having made purification of sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high;
Heb 4:14        Having therefore a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast the confession.
Heb 4:15        For we do not have a High Priest who cannot be touched with the feeling of our weaknesses, but One who has been tempted in all respects like us, yet without sin.
Heb 4:16        Let us therefore come forward with boldness to the throne of grace that we may receive mercy and find grace for timely help.
Heb 6:20        Where the Forerunner, Jesus, has entered for us, having become forever a High Priest according to the order of Melchizedec.
Heb 7:25        Hence also He is able to save to the uttermost those who come forward to God through Him, since He lives always to intercede for them.
Heb 8:1          Now in the things which are being said the chief point is this: We have such a High Priest, who sat down on the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens,
Heb 8:2          A Minister of the holy places, even of the true tabernacle, which the Lord pitched, not man.
2.      The word of righteousness embodies the thought of God’s justice and righteousness and governmental dealings with His people—5:13.
Heb 5:13        For everyone who partakes of milk is inexperienced in the word of righteousness, for he is an infant;
3.      Righteousness is a matter of God’s kingdom; righteousness issues from God in His administration and is related to His government and rule—Matt. 6:33; Psa. 89:14; 97:2; Isa. 32:1.
Matt 6:33       But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.
Psa 89:14      Righteousness and justice are the foundation of Your throne; / Lovingkindness and truth go before Your face.
Psa 97:2        Clouds and deep darkness surround Him; / Righteousness and justice are the foundation of His throne.
Isa 32:1          Indeed a King will reign according to righteousness, / And the rulers will rule according to justice.
B.     The Lord wants to bring us on to maturity, but we must cooperate with His gracious work—Heb. 6:1:
Heb 6:1          Therefore leaving the word of the beginning of Christ, let us be brought on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith in God,
1.      We need to share with Christ in His attainments—1:9; 3:14.
Heb 1:9          You have loved righteousness and hated lawlessness; therefore God, Your God, has anointed You with the oil of exultant joy above Your partners";
Heb 3:14        For we have become partners of Christ, if indeed we hold fast the beginning of the assurance firm to the end--
2.      We need to be diligent to enter into the remaining Sabbath rest—4:9, 11.
Heb 4:9          So then there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God.
Heb 4:11        Let us therefore be diligent to enter into that rest lest anyone fall after the same example of disobedience.
3.      We need to come forward to the throne of grace to receive mercy and find grace—v. 16.
Heb 4:16        Let us therefore come forward with boldness to the throne of grace that we may receive mercy and find grace for timely help.
4.      We need to feed on the solid food to enjoy Christ as the High Priest according to the order of Melchizedek—5:9-10, 14.
Heb 5:9          And having been perfected, He became to all those who obey Him the source of eternal salvation,
Heb 5:10        Being addressed by God as a High Priest according to the order of Melchizedec;
Heb 5:14        But solid food is for the full-grown, who because of practice have their faculties exercised for discriminating between both good and evil.
 
V.   The goal of Paul’s ministry was to present every man mature, full-grown, in Christ for the one new man—Col. 1:28-29; 3:10-11:
Col 1:28         Whom we announce, admonishing every man and teaching every man in all wisdom that we may present every man full-grown in Christ;
Col 1:29         For which also I labor, struggling according to His operation which operates in me in power.
Col 3:10         And have put on the new man, which is being renewed unto full knowledge according to the image of Him who created him,
Col 3:11         Where there cannot be Greek and Jew, circumcision and uncircumcision, barbarian, Scythian, slave, free man, but Christ is all and in all.
A.     The Greek word rendered “full-grown” in Colossians 1:28 may also be translated “perfect,” “complete,” or “mature.”
Col 1:28         Whom we announce, admonishing every man and teaching every man in all wisdom that we may present every man full-grown in Christ;
B.     Paul’s ministry was to dispense Christ into others so that they would be perfect and complete by maturing in Christ unto full growth.
C.     For the one new man we need to labor and struggle to present all the believers full-grown in Christ, ministering Christ as life to them so that they can live by Him and grow with Him unto maturity—3:4; 2:19.
Col 3:4           When Christ our life is manifested, then you also will be manifested with Him in glory.
Col 2:19         And not holding the Head, out from whom all the Body, being richly supplied and knit together by means of the joints and sinews, grows with the growth of God.
D.     Our goal in preaching the gospel to sinners and in fellowshipping with the saints is to minister Christ into them so that they may mature in life and be presented full-grown in Him; this is for the growth of the new man—3:10-11; Eph. 4:13-14.
Col 3:10         And have put on the new man, which is being renewed unto full knowledge according to the image of Him who created him,
Col 3:11         Where there cannot be Greek and Jew, circumcision and uncircumcision, barbarian, Scythian, slave, free man, but Christ is all and in all.
Eph 4:13        Until we all arrive at the oneness of the faith and of the full knowledge of the Son of God, at a full-grown man, at the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ,
Eph 4:14        That we may be no longer little children tossed by waves and carried about by every wind of teaching in the sleight of men, in craftiness with a view to a system of error,
E.      In order to become the one new man in reality and practicality, we need to grow up into Christ in all things—vv. 15-16, 24:
Eph 4:15        But holding to truth in love, we may grow up into Him in all things, who is the Head, Christ,
Eph 4:16        Out from whom all the Body, being joined together and being knit together through every joint of the rich supply and through the operation in the measure of each one part, causes the growth of the Body unto the building up of itself in love.
Eph 4:24        And put on the new man, which was created according to God in righteousness and holiness of the reality.
1.      When we grow up into Christ in all things, we will no longer be different kinds of persons; rather, we will spontaneously take Christ as our person and our life—Col. 3:4, 10-11; Eph. 3:17.
Col 3:4           When Christ our life is manifested, then you also will be manifested with Him in glory.
Col 3:10         And have put on the new man, which is being renewed unto full knowledge according to the image of Him who created him,
Col 3:11         Where there cannot be Greek and Jew, circumcision and uncircumcision, barbarian, Scythian, slave, free man, but Christ is all and in all.
Eph 3:17        That Christ may make His home in your hearts through faith, that you, being rooted and grounded in love,
2.      When we grow up into Christ in all things to be a full-grown man, we all will be one in Christ; this is the universal one new man for the fulfillment of God’s eternal purpose—v. 11; 4:13-14, 24; Gen.1:26.
Eph 3:11        According to the eternal purpose which He made in Christ Jesus our Lord,
Eph 4:13        Until we all arrive at the oneness of the faith and of the full knowledge of the Son of God, at a full-grown man, at the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ,
Eph 4:14        That we may be no longer little children tossed by waves and carried about by every wind of teaching in the sleight of men, in craftiness with a view to a system of error,
Eph 4:24        And put on the new man, which was created according to God in righteousness and holiness of the reality.
Gen 1:26        And God said, Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of heaven and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth.
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