Fred R. Coulter—February 5, 2022

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Greetings, everyone! Welcome to Sabbath services!

{ringing of the cowbells, used for speculation}

  • Calculated Hebrew Calendar:

From Dwight Blevins, which is not a question. He has a mind that thinks in circles and spirals mathematically. That's what the Calculated Hebrew Calendar is based upon.

When you look at the flow of water, it's a spiral. In the large veins in your body, the blood comes as a spiral. The earth in its turning and going around the sun, is a spiral.

So, Dwight thinks in terms of dates, numbers and the Calculated Hebrew Calendar.

  • Should we go by the new moon as we see it on the earth? No!
  • Why? Because the new moon to be observed must be in the area of the Holy Land, and it's the smallest little sliver that's between 4-15 minutes!

Those who watch for the new moon and look for it, most of the time they come up with the second day. That's why God gave the Calculated Hebrew Calendar.

The Muslims have a strictly lunar calendar. So, they run short of the solar calendar. That's why Ramadan moves backward in the year as time goes on.

The Calculated Hebrew Calendar begins with Tishri One. Here's a even that Dwight didn't know until he just looked it up recently. In all the years with the Calculated Hebrew Calendar and he's done a lot of looking up dates and things like this, he says:

Were you aware of the declaration of Trumpets for the lunar year 1774-76? It seems that I would have picked up on this long ago. But if so, it was out of context and I didn't recall writing about it before.

Quite shockingly in a way, I pulled this from an updated entry in my book glossary, which I realized just this morning. When I got up this morning I had this thought: check the molad time for 1775!

So, I did! From your website the Calculated Hebrew Calendar generator…

We have it all right there——you can go backward and forward and figure it out.

…here it is, Glossary of Terms:

911—the lunar civil calendar of the Bible runs fall to fall in the lunar year of the Declaration of Independence, the molad of Tishrei 1775, which determined the year fall to fall 1775-1776, and the molad of Tishrei fell at three hours, 911 parts.

The Biblical lunar year for God's gift to the United States, 1775, was the Declaration of Independence.

  • Did all the writers of the Declaration of Independence pray to God for the right thing?
  • Did God answer that? Yes!

God answers any prayer of anyone anywhere who truly, with the right heart, prays to Him!

It also included the warning: 9/11; remember what happened on 9/11/2001? There are probably a whole lot more things in the Calculated Hebrew Calendar. That shows why God gave the calendar for us to use.

  • Why did Satan go to Eve instead of Adam?

Here's a good one, and can bring up a lot controversy, depending on how you look at it.

Satan was the author of the advertising agency in his age, and he knew that the most beautiful woman in the world would persuade Adam to eat the apple, Could Adam resist it when Eve came up and said:

Look, Adam, I ate it and I don't see anything happening to me. Just try it; you'll like it!

Same thing carries over to today. They sell more things with a pretty face on television than they do with those without pretty faces.; and more than when men are there. That's just a fact! That's the power that women have!

Oh, you wouldn't do it, would you? Oh, just do it for me, please?

Do you remember the ad for PC-Matic anti-virus for computers. For years they had the man who was the head of that company and inventor of it give the ads. Well, he probably did pretty good right at first, but then after a while it needed something new. Then he had his daughter do it for a while. That didn't work too good, so now they have another woman doing it and she's dressed up with a nice smile, very pleasant.

I guess that answers the question as to why Satan went to Eve first. That's not to put women down. He just took an advantage of a positive that women have, that some men just don't. That's the best I can do!

  • Some argue that Job was perfect, so God didn't allow Satan to do what he did based on Job's self-righteousness

Job 1:1: "There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job. And that man was blameless…"—not perfect!

When the word perfect is used in the Old Testament, it doesn't mean perfect as in the New Testament.

"…and upright, and one who feared God and turned aside from evil" (v 1).

The questioner is incorrect, because he wasn't perfectly perfect. He was self-righteous! What was Job's greatest fault? He did not give God credit for what God did! Everything he did was what God wanted him to do, that's correct. He was perfect in the letter of the Law up to a certain point, but:

  • What is God interested in?
  • Perfection in physical action?
  • What does God want from us? Conversion of the heart and mind!

Just like in the message by Roger Tointon: The Courageous Heart, she had a perfect heart.

Job 31:4: "Does He not see my ways, and count all my steps?"

Job's saying that God sees what I've done! Then look at what he says that he's done, and not one verse is there to say, 'Thank You, Lord, that You gave it to me to do.'

Verse 5: "If I have walked with vanity, or if my foot has hurried to deceit, let me be weighed in an even balance so that God may know that I am blameless" (vs 5-6). As I [Job] look at my behavior, it's perfect!

Verse 7: "If my step has turned out of the way, or my heart has walked after my eyes, and if any spot has cleaved to my hands; then let me sow, and let another eat; and let my harvests be rooted out. If my heart has been enticed by a woman, or I have laid wait at my neighbor's door, then let my wife grind for another, and let others bow down upon her. For that would be a heinous crime; yea, it would be an iniquity to be punished by the judges" (vs 7-11).

Verse 13: If I despised the cause of my manservant or of my maidservant, when they complained against me."

Verse 16: If I have withheld the poor from their desire, or have caused the eyes of the widow to fail."

Verse 19: "If I have seen any perish for lack of clothing, or there was no covering for the needy; if his loins have not blessed me, and he warmed himself with the fleece of my sheep; if I have lifted up my hand against the fatherless when I watched over my help in the gate" (vs 19-21).

In there there's an allusion to God, but not directly that God caused all of this to be. That's one of the reasons you can't understand the arguments back and forth in the book of Job. When you read it the first time you think that maybe God was wrong. I know that I thought that; look how good Job was.

But God is interested in conversion of the mind!

Job's three friends ceased to answer Job because he was 'righteous in his own eyes.' They couldn't find a sin against him, because God knows the heart!

Job then said, 'I would that God would talk to me and I would show Him how good I am, and that there were a judge or referee so that he could lay his hand on both of us and show God that I am right.' He got his wish!

Job 38:1: "Then the LORD answered Job out of the whirlwind, and said, 'Who is this that darkens counsel by words without knowledge? Now gird up your loins like a man; for I will demand of you, and you shall answer Me'" (vs 1-3).

If you're so important, if you're so smart, think of all the things that men have done. I wish that Donald Trump could read this book and understand what God would expect of him. God starts out with this:

Verse 4: "Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Declare it if you have understanding! … [Job didn't know] …Who has determined its measurements if you know? Or who has stretched the line upon it? On what are the foundations fastened to? Or who laid its cornerstone" (vs 4-6).

  • Where were you?
  • How does the earth hang in nothing?

We know today it's by the magnetic force from the sun and the interior magnetics within the earth; the North and South Poles. When they take a picture of the Northern Lights or the Southern Lights (Aurora Australis). It's a circle going around where the pole is. That's what keeps it going and in place. But that magnetic power we can't see coming from the sun.

Job 40:1: "And the LORD answered Job and said, 'Shall he who contends with the Almighty instruct Him?….'" (vs 1-2).

Everyone who comes up with a doctrine that's against anything in the Bible, listen up, because this is what you're doing if you invent a doctrine that is not correct with the Word of God. Look at the Catholics, the Protestants.

I'm doing a series on Church at Home {} that I want you to watch: What is Judaism? If we keep the commandments of God, do we Judaize? You're going to be amazed at all the little things that the Jews do to try and make themselves righteous. Anyone who comes up with a doctrine like the immortality of the soul, burning forever in hell…

"…He who reproves God, let him answer it" (v 2).

The lesson goes out to all atheists! If you hate God, you probably never read the Bible!

Verse 3: "And Job answered the LORD and said."

This is something that happens to all of us as we go down in time and grow and overcome, because God then reveals to us the depths of our human nature that we really didn't think we had.

After all the good things that Job did, weighed in the balance is lighter than nothing!

Verse 4: "'Behold, I am vile! What shall I answer You? I will lay my hand on my mouth. Once I have spoken; but I will not answer; yea, twice, but I will proceed no further.' And the LORD answered Job out of the whirlwind, and said, 'Gird up your loins now like a man. I will demand of you, and you declare unto Me. Will you even annul My judgment? Will you condemn Me so that you may be righteous?'" (vs 4-8).

Everything that Job did was according the Word of God. But he didn't give God credit!Job didn't understand his own nature until God dealt with him directly.

Verse 9: "And have you an arm like God? Or can you thunder with a voice like His? Deck yourself now with majesty and excellency, and array yourself with glory and beauty. Cast abroad the rage of your wrath; and behold everyone who is proud, and abase him. Look on everyone who is proud, and bring him low; and tread down the wicked in their place. Hide them in the dust together; and bind their faces in darkness. Then I will also confess to you that your own right hand can save you" (vs 9-14).

The next time you get all exalted in your own mind, remember these verses:

Job 42:1: "And Job answered the LORD and said, 'I know that You can do all things, and that no thought can be withheld from You'" (vs 1-2).

He can find out what anyone is thinking at any time that He desires. Notice what happened; that's why these trials come along that seem really difficult. In some cases in our own mind we may think they're unfair. Whether they are or not is not the question. It's what is our relationship with God?

Verse 5: "I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear; but now my eye sees You. Therefore, I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes" (vs 5-6).

Quite a thing! Quite a lesson!


  • Is it okay to have cats and dogs

When you read Lev. 11 it says that anything that has paws is unclean. Remember, that is unclean to eat!

Just think how much people enjoy some cats, some dogs. Just like the incredible story from Roger Tointon—Commitment Unto Death—about the dog who loved everyone, built his strength up and said goodbye to everyone and left.

So, that's okay, you can have pets. But when tough times comes you better guard them, because someone is going to get them and eat them.

  • Acts 16:25-26

 "But about midnight, Paul and Silas were praying and singing praises to God, and the prisoners were listening to them; and suddenly there was a great earthquake, so great that the foundations of the prison were shaken; and immediately all the doors opened, and the bonds of all were loosed" (vs 25-26).

Why didn't most of the go? Don't know! Maybe they were scared to death; who knows? (speculation).

Remember that when it's speculation, you may have something that could be right, but you don't know, so you can't make it doctrine. Why they didn't go? Doesn't tell us!

  • Caiaphas

John 11:49: "But a certain one of them, Caiaphas, being high priest that year, said to them, 'You have no understanding, nor consider that it is better for us that one man die for the people, than that the whole nation should perish.' Now, he did not say this of himself, but being high priest that year, he prophesied that Jesus would die for the nation; and not for the nation only, but also that He might gather together into one the children of God who were scattered abroad" (vs 49-52).

God just inspired him to say it! Remember that God can inspire even the enemy to speak the truth. Remember Balaam who wanted to come and curse the children of Israel, but he blessed!

  • If Christ was made flesh after being spirit, with the potential of being destroyed permanently, why couldn't God terminate Satan?

He doesn't tell us! Certain things God doesn't tell us. We could speculate all we want, and if we come up with something that we like, we would say that's what God thought. But remember where we started: Just because you think of it doesn't mean it is so!

  • Where does it say when we are fasting we should eat no food or drink water?

Jonah 3:7: "And he caused it to be proclaimed and published through Nineveh by the decree of the king and his great ones, saying, 'Do not let man or beast, herd or flock taste anything; do not let them feed, nor drink water.'"

1-Kings 13—this is the prophet to curse the altar of Jeroboam. After he cursed the altar and it fell apart like it was supposed to, then Jeroboam reached out to grab the prophet and his hand withered and he couldn't bring it back.

1-Kings 13:7: "And the king said to the man of God… [after he asked God to heal it and did] …,'Come home with me and refresh yourself, and I will give you a reward.' And the man of God said to the king 'If you will give me half your house, I will not go in with you, nor will I eat bread nor drink water in this place, for so was it commanded me by the Word of the Lord, saying, "Eat no bread nor drink water… [complete fasting for a difficult task] …nor return again by the same way that you came"' (vs 7-9).

He didn't do it correctly the second time, because there was another prophet there who obviously, when he said he was a prophet of the Lord, was not speaking the truth. This false prophet told the Prophet of God that the 'Lord told me to invite you in to eat. Then the Prophet of God went against what God said and he was eliminated shortly after that. There are some things we need to remember!

  • Are we not supposed to eat the sinew of the thigh today?

Genesis 32:32: "Therefore, the children of Israel do not eat of the sinew of the thigh, which is upon the hip-socket, until this day because He touched Jacob's hip-socket, the sinew of the thigh."

I don't know why they had the tradition back there, but no, it's not necessary to avoid the sinew of the thigh. One of my favorite parts of the chicken to eat is the thigh.

  • Will there be no more sea creatures in the future?

Revelation 21:1: "Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away, and there was no more sea."

Well, if there's no sea, how can they live? No, there won't be! But stop and think about all the creatures that God put in all the oceans and waters to keep them clean and provide food. That's quite an amazing thing.

  • Does Deut. 17:16 mean that we shouldn't breed horses or own a ranch?

Deuteronomy 17:16: "Only he shall not multiply horses to himself, nor cause the people to return to Egypt, so as to multiply horses because the LORD has said to you, "You shall not return that way again."

The king should not multiply horses, and it also says not to multiply wives, nor should you marry someone who isn't an Israelite.

Those three things were the first three major sins of Solomon. He married the daughter of Egypt, the king/pharaoh, he multiplied horses. When you do that you begin trusting in your own power.

Like all dictators, what do they do to show how powerful they are? They get the armies all lined up with all the weapons and they go by to show how powerful they are. Don't get lifted up in what you can do!

You can own a ranch, breed horses and ask God's blessing! But don't multiply them so you can have a calvary and go out and rob the neighboring towns.

  • How did they baptize 3,000 in one day?

Acts 2:41: "Then those who joyfully received his message were baptized; and about three thousand souls were added that day."

Let's count: there were 12 apostles, then the 70 that were sent out—round that off to 80—divide it into 3,000 and you come up with 31 each.

So, it wouldn't take too long for each one of them to baptized 31. but if it was just one man or two, even 12, that wouldn't have been a different situation.

  • Matt. 13:33—leaven vs unleaven

This stumps people when the read it for the first time.

What are we to do in preparation for the Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread? We're to get rid of leaven! The leaven is a type of sin.

Is leaven a type of sin during the whole year? or Only during the Passover and Unleavened Bread?

One of the things that I did when I was traveling and going to different places for the Feast of Unleavened Bread. After the last day, after the sun went down, some of us would always go to a nice hamburger place and have a nice hamburger on a nice soft leavened hamburger bun.

Matthew 13:33: "Another parable He spoke to them: 'The Kingdom of Heaven is compared to leaven… [we're not talking about the Feast of Unleavened Bread] …which a woman took and hid in three measures of flour until all was leavened.'"

What does that symbolize? That is the good action of leaven! That's compared to the work of the Holy Spirit within us, because the action of the leaven can't be seen. You can see the results of it, but you can't see it, because it's inside the dough.

Likewise with the Holy Spirit; it's in us and God is converting us in our heart and mind with His Spirit. That's the good action of leaven. The action of the Holy Spirit to help us to grow in grace and knowledge.

I know that the first time I read that, I thought: How could He call the Kingdom of God like leaven, because there's no sin in the Kingdom of God.

  • Was David filled with the Holy Spirit or was the Holy Spirit upon him?

After David had sinned, what did he say? Two important things:

Psalm 51:11: [#1]"…take not Your Holy Spirit from me."

Verse 10: [#2]Create in me a clean heart, O God…"

The Holy Spirit was within him; however, because of his sin—I don't know what the Holy Spirit does when you sin—but when you sin, there's a guilty feeling that comes. It's the Holy Spirit letting you know that you sinned.

How grievous was his sin? Hey, it affected the whole nation! You know what happened, everything turned against David at that time. Right on that very day, Absalom took Tamar. Then the rebellion started and David had to run out of the palace to get away from the rebellion.

So, toward the end of his life things smoothed out and Solomon was selected to be king. The first child that Bathsheba had died. God took the life of that child. But in His grace and mercy, God then caused Solomon, the next son that Bathsheba had, to become king. That shows God's grace and mercy!

The only question I have in that, which I can't answer, is: Bathsheba was married to Uriah the Hittite, was she a Hittite married to a Hittite, or was she a Jewish woman married to a Hittite? I have no idea! Then you have other questions that come up that you can't answer.

How much did Bathsheba influence Solomon in the things that caused him to sin? We don't know! But it was unusual for Solomon to be chosen. You read the warning and blessing that David gave to Solomon and what he was to do as king. Then for him to turn so quickly. He had those three major sins that I mentioned earlier before the temple was finish. That great prayer that he had in 1-Kings 8 about all the things that God would do to look upon the temple, where the temple was, where He put His name.

But remember what God said! It was always the IF qualifier. But Solomon did the wrong thing, and God took it all away: split the ten tribes out from Rehoboam.

Before we go to the next question, let's understand that whenever you want to find an answer, remember the Sabbath, the Passover and all the Holy Days! What we're going to cover now you cannot solve without that knowledge!

We will go to Luke 16—Lazarus and the Rich Man—which is where the Protestants turn to say that you go to heaven or hell. Remember that this does not give us a time sequence. That's why you need to know that the first resurrection is on Pentecost!

Rev. 20 is a key important part of understanding some of these difficult things to understand. The truth is, God has deliberately hidden some of these things by not giving an exact sequence. However, the most important chapter in understanding the flow of events and prophecies is Rev. 20.

This one chapter in a few verses gives us a vital key to unlock many of these difficult Scriptures, such as Luke 16.

Revelation 20:4: "And I saw thrones; and they that sat upon them, and judgment was given to them; and I saw the souls of those who had been beheaded for the testimony of Jesus, and for the Word of God, and those who did not worship the beast or his image, and did not receive the mark in their foreheads or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years."

We know that when Christ returns there's a thousand-year period.

Verse 5: "(But the rest of the dead did not live again until the thousand years were completed.)…."

Who are the rest of the dead? All of those who were not in the first resurrection! So we have the second resurrection at the end of the thousand years! That's noted by The Last Great Day (Holy Day).

(Referring back to v 4) "…This is the first resurrection" (v 5).

This is the very first time that it numbers the resurrection. This is the first resurrection. If it's the first, that means there's more to come. IF he would have said, 'This is the resurrection,' THEN there would be nothing else.

Verse 6: "Blessed and Holy is the one who has part in the first resurrection; over these the second death has no power. But they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with Him a thousand years."

Then we come to the Great White Throne Judgment, the 100-year period. After that 100 years we have the second part of the second resurrection, which is the resurrection for those to be cast into the Lake of Fire.

This one chapter reveals all of it!

Lots of times we don't think about these much or don't try to compare them to other Scriptures. They become question marks in our mind.

When do we know the first resurrection comes?

1-Corinthians 15:12: "But if Christ is being preached, that He rose from the dead, how is it that some among you are saying that there is no resurrection of the dead?"

Even before Paul died there were those who were bringing in the immortality of the soul, which was a central doctrine of the pagan religions of the Greeks.

Verse 13: "For if there is no resurrection from the dead, neither has Christ been raised. And if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain, and your faith is also in vain" (vs 13-14).

That's the hope of why we do what we do! Preach what we preach!

Verse 15: "And we are also found to be false witnesses of God; because we have testified of God that He raised Christ, Whom He did not raise, if indeed the dead are not raised. For if the dead are not raised, neither has Christ been raised. But if Christ has not been raised, your faith is vain; you are still in your sins, and those who have fallen asleep in Christ have then perished. If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all people most miserable. But now Christ has been raised from the dead; He has become the Firstfruit of those who have fallen asleep" (vs 15-20).

What day does it picture his ascension into heaven? The Wave Sheaf Offering Day! He was raised right as the third day was coming to an end and He was in the tomb. When He came out of the tomb He didn't need to have anything removed. He could walk through the rock!

Verse 21: "For since by man came death, by Man also came the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, so also in Christ shall all be made alive" (vs 21-22).

Those to eternal life, those who repent and do the things necessary for eternal life. And the incorrigible wicked, even in Christ, they will be made alive to be cast into the Lake of Fire. But not at the same time that the saints are raised.

Rev. 20 shows us that that is after the first resurrection, and with the other Scriptures combined a considerable time afterward.

Verse 23: "But each in his own order: Christ the Firstfruit; then those who are Christ's at His coming."

No one has gone to heaven—period!

  • What happens when the resurrection takes place?
  • How do we get from the earth to the Sea of Glass? Angels! That's what Jesus said!

As you read Luke 16 you will see there is no time sequence given. It looks like one event after the other event happens very quickly, but that is not so!

Luke 16:19: "Now, there was a certain rich man, and he was clothed in purple and fine linen, and daily indulged himself in luxury. And there was a certain poor man named Lazarus, who was laid at his porch, full of sores. And he longed to be nourished with the crumbs that fell from the rich man's table; and the dogs even came and licked his sores.… [that's a pretty pitiful state] …Now, it came to pass that the poor man died, and he was carried away by the angels into Abraham's bosom. And the rich man also died and was buried" (vs 19-22).

  • When was Lazarus to be taken to Abraham? At the first resurrection!
  • When does the first resurrection come?
  • What day pictures the first resurrection? The Day of Pentecost!

All the saints will be taken by angels to the Sea of Glass and meet Christ in the air!

Verse 23: "And in the grave he… [the rich man] …lifted up his eyes and was in torment…"

It sounds like this happens almost immediately, but it didn't. When do the incorrigible have their time to be raised and go into the Lake of Fire? So when they're raised, they're all raised together. This doesn't tell us about all of the others who will be raised at the same time with the rich man. This is just a parable to show that you better make good use of your time now, so you can be in that first resurrection!

"…for he saw Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom. And he cried out and said, 'Father Abraham, have compassion on me and send Lazarus, so that he may dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue; for I am suffering because of this flame'" (vs 23-24).

We're going to learn something very interesting here as we go along.

Verse 25: "Then Abraham said, 'Child, remember that in your lifetime you received good things to the full, and likewise Lazarus evil things.…'"

  • Where was Lazarus? Right on his porch!
  • How was Lazarus? Full of sores and sickness!
  • What does Matt. 25 say? If you don't take care of those who are God's, you're going into the Lake of Fire!

Different ones in the parable said, 'We never saw you.' But Lazarus the rich man saw every day, and did nothing for him. He had no love, compassion or understanding. Terrible situation!

"…But now he is comforted, and you are suffering. And besides all these things, between us and you a great chasm has been fixed; so that those who desire to pass from here to you are not able… [they're not able to go back and be human beings again] …nor can those from there pass to us.… [show the finality of it] …And he said, "I beseech you then, father, that you would send him to my father's house, for I have five brothers; so that he may earnestly testify to them, in order that they also may not come to this place of torment" (vs 25-28).

Remember these next verses the next time you come up against someone who is against the Prophets and Moses, which Moses is the Law.

Verse 29: "Abraham said to him… 'They have Moses and the Prophets. Let them hear them.'"

Remember that in the beginning of the preaching of the Gospel, the only Word of God was what we call the Old Testament. Paul said to Timothy, 'Are able to make you wise unto salvation through Christ Jesus!'

Verse 30: "But he said, 'No, Father Abraham, but if one from the dead would go to them, they would repent.' And he said to him, 'If they will not hear Moses and the prophets, they would not be persuaded even if one rose from the dead'" (vs 30-31).

When was the rich man raised? At the time of the second part of the second resurrection, where the incorrigible wicked will be thrown into the Lake of Fire!

What did Jesus say about that time? There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth!

Also something for us to learn: There will be no what if excuses if we don't use what God has given to us!

Scriptural References:

  • Job 1:1
  • Job 31:4-11, 13, 16, 19-21
  • Job 38:1-6
  • Job 40:1-14
  • Job 42:1-2, 5-6
  • Acts 16:25-26
  • John 11:49-52
  • Jonah 3:7
  • 1 Kings 13:7-9
  • Genesis 32:32
  • Revelation 21:1
  • Deuteronomy 17:16
  • Acts 2:41
  • Matthew 13:33
  • Psalm 51:11, 10
  • Revelation 20:4-6
  • 1 Corinthians 15:12-23
  • Luke 16:19-31

Scripture reference, not quoted:

  • Leviticus 11
  • 1 Kings 8
  • Matthew 25

Also referenced:

Church at Home {}:
            Judaism Rejects the Laws of God?


  • The Courageous Heart by Roger Tointon
  • Commitment Unto Death by Roger Tointon

Transcribed: 2/9/22

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