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Dial-A-Devotion has a different devotion and presenter each day.

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October 25 2020 Matthew 22:34-46 (<--Audio file)   (Video File--> Sermon only)

Jesus is challenged by Pharisees to identify the greatest commandments, by Sadducees to defend the resurrection.

October 18 2020 Matthew 22:15-22  (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Seeking to entrap Jesus, critics ask him about whether it is permitted or not to pay taxes to Caesar.

October 11 2020 Matthew 22:1-14  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

Lacking a competent event planner, a king keeps trying to throw a good wedding reception, resulting in a mix of consequences for his guests.

October 4 2020 Exodus 20:1-4, 12-20, Matthew 21:33-46  (<Audio file) (> Sermon Video)

God gives the Ten Commandments to Israel. Jesus tells the parable of the landowner who rented out his vineyard to some unworthy, violent tenants.

September 27 2020 Matthew 21:23-32  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

Jesus’ critics challenge his authority.

September 20 2020 Matthew 20:1-16  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

Jesus tells his memorable parable of the workers in the vineyard.

September 13 2020 Matthew 18:21-35  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

Jesus calls the twelve and sends them out with instructions and warnings.

September 6 2020 Matthew 18:15-20​  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

Jesus gives his followers specific instructions for how to settle disputes among themselves.

August 30 2020 ​Matthew 16:21-28​  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

Jesus begins to explain to his disciples that he must go to Jerusalem where he must suffer.

August 23 2020 Exodus 1:8-14, 3:1-15 (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

A bush bursts into flame before the fugitive Moses. The bush speaks, calling Moses to leadership.

August 16 2020 Genesis 45:1-15  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

In an emotional reunion, Joseph forgives his brothers and invites them to relocate and live nearby.

August 9 2020 Genesis 37:1-4, 12-28  (<--Audio file)  (Video File--> Sermon only)

Joseph raises the ire of his brothers by being his father’s favorite, despite being the youngest son. In their jealousy, the brothers decide to kill him.

August 2 2020 Genesis 32:22-31  (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Before Jacob reunites with Esau, he wrestles God at the Jabbok until he receives a blessing, the new name Israel, and leaves with a limp.

July 26 2020 Genesis 29:15-28  (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Genesis continues the story of Jacob by recounting the dealings between Jacob and Laban that ends with Jacob marrying Leah.

July 19 2020 Genesis 28:10-19a  (Audio of Extended Online Service)

At Bethel Jacob has a dream in which a ladder is let down from heaven.

July 12 2020 Genesis 25:19-34  (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Isaac prays to the Lord and asks for a child for himself and his wife Rebekah. Twins are born, Jacob and Esau, who are rivals from the beginning.

July 5 2020 Genesis 24:34-38, 42-49, 58-67   (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Rebekah marries Isaac, as the family of Abraham expands into the future.

June 28 2020 Genesis 22:1-14    (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Abraham is commanded to take his only son, Isaac, up on the mountain, bind him, and then sacrifice him.

June 21 2020 Genesis 21:8-21 (Father’s Day)    (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Abraham sends Hagar and his son Ishmael away from his family.

June 14 2020 Matthew 9:35-10:8    (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Jesus sends the twelve disciples out as laborers in the Lord’s harvest with instructions to proclaim the good news and perform acts of healing and charity.

June 7 2020 Genesis 1:1-2:4a   (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Genesis, the first book of the Bible, begins with an account of God beginning creation.

May 31 2020 Acts 2:1-21  (Audio of Extended Online Service)

The Apostles are gathered and the Holy Spirit descends, giving birth to the church.

May 24 2020 Worship Sabbath   (Video of  Worship Sabbath Service)

CalPac Sabbath Service Video

May 17 2020 John 14:15-21   (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Jesus teaches his followers that if they love him, they will keep his commandments.

May 10 2020 Mothers Day    (Audio of Extended Online Service)

May 3 2020 John 10:1-10    (Audio of Extended Online Service)

Jesus speaks of himself as the shepherd who speaks to the sheep, the gate whereby the sheep come in and go out of the sheepfold.

April 26 Meg Estrada Preaching Luke 24:13-35    (Audio of Extended Online Service)

On the way to the village of Emmaus, the risen Christ appears to his disciples.

April 19 Behind Closed Doors- John 20:19-31    (Audio of Extended Online Service)

The fearful disciples are gathered behind locked doors. The risen Christ appears to them and says, “Peace.”

April 12 Easter Worship Service      (Video of Easter Worship Service)

Special joint Easter Service with Laguna Country UMC and Newport Center UMC

April 5 Palm Sunday Service      (Audio of Extended Online Service)

We will begin our worship with Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem and then remember the last week of Jesus’ life.

March 29 John 11:1-45      (Audio of Extended Online Service)

John tells the story of the death and raising of Lazarus, the brother of Mary and Martha. 

March 22 Psalm 23

In these trying times of Covid-19, the many unknowns can foster doubt and fear. Instead of allowing fear and panic to rue the day, let us find consolation in the words of Psalm 23. 

March 15 John 4:5-30

On an ordinary day, in an ordinary Samaritan town, Jesus encounters a woman at a well and engages her in conversation.

March 8  John 3:1-17

The Pharisee Nicodemus comes to Jesus by night but is unable to understand that entrance into God’s kingdom depends on being born of the Spirit.

March 1  Genesis 2:15-17, 3:1-7

Though God gave the first woman and man a good garden, they succumbed to the temptation to disobey God and thereby lost their intended paradise.

February 23  Matthew 17:1-9

Before his amazed disciples, Jesus is transfigured.

February 16  Deuteronomy 30:15-20

The Lord tells Israel that he has set before them the ways of life and death.
Now they must choose which way they will walk.

February 9  Matthew 5:13-20

Jesus continues his Sermon on the Mount.

February 2  Matthew 5:1-12 

Jesus opens his Sermon on the Mount with a series of blessings.

January 26  Matthew 4:12-23 

Jesus Begins His Ministry in Galilee

January 19  Matthew 11:2-11

John the Baptist sends some of his disciples to inquire of Jesus, “Are you the one who is to come, or should we look for another?” Jesus responds by citing some of the examples of his saving work among the people.

January 12  Matthew 3:1-12

Fiery John the Baptist - the voice, the one preparing the way of the messiah - preaches his message of repentance. When Matthew tells the story of John the Baptist, he remembers the words of the prophet who foretold the coming of the Messiah.

January 5  Matthew 24:36-44

Jesus warns his disciples that the status quo is about to be turned upside down. God is coming to do God’s work. We must keep alert.

December 29  Matthew 2:1-12 

Guest Preacher Rev. Don Roe continues our celebration of Jesus with "Don't go back the way you came" and proposes 3 qualities of Christmas to reflect on.

December 24  Luke 2:1-20   Christmas Eve

Luke tells the beloved story of the birth of Jesus and the announcement
of his birth to shepherds living in the fields.

December 22  Matthew 1:18-25  Cantata - Rhapsody in Bluegrass

Matthew tells us of Joseph’s obedience as he accepts Jesus as his son. ”The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel”-- which means, “God with us.”                                                                 

December 8   Matthew 3:1-12 

Fiery John the Baptist - the voice, the one preparing the way of the messiah - preaches his message of repentance. When Matthew tells the story of John the Baptist, he remembers the words of the prophet who foretold the coming of the Messiah.

December 1   Matthew 24:36-44

Jesus warns his disciples that the status quo is about to be turned upside down. God is coming to do God’s work. We must keep alert.

November 24  2 Corinthians 9:1-9

God gives not only enough for ourselves, but that also wherewith we may supply the wants of others, and this should be as seed to be sown. We must show the reality of our subjection to the gospel, by works of charity. This will be for the credit of our profession, and to the praise and glory of God. Let us endeavour to copy the example of Christ, being unwearied in doing good, and deeming it more blessed to give than to receive.

November 17 Matthew 6:33 & Colossians 3:1-2a

In order to affect positive transformation we need to live with an eternal perspective and submit moment-by-moment to the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

November 10 Haggai 1:15b-2:9

Haggai rallies the community for the task of restoration of the temple precisely because the temple serves a critical function in the community. Haggai sees God’s honor as the pressing argument for the restoration of the temple - not merely because God needs a house to reflect such honor, but rather because the state of the building reflects the people and their relationship with God.

November 3 Revelation 21:1-6a All Saints Day

All Saints Day is an opportunity to give thanks for all those who have gone before us in the faith. This Sunday we will honor those in our congregation who have finished the course of their labors and now rest with God.

October 27  Luke 18:9-14

Jesus tells a story of two men who went up to the temple to pray. One was a good, righteous Pharisee, and the other was a disreputable, deeply repentant tax collector. When the two men went home from the temple, one was justified and the other was not.

October 20 John 15: 1-17 Laity Sunday  Joy OConnor Preaching

Centered around an analogy of a vine and its branches, the departing Jesus teaches about life and abiding in Him. By abiding in this way, Christians will bear the fruit of righteousness and salvation and maintain the relationships that bring glory to God.

October 13  Luke 17:11-19  Rev. David Atkins Preaching

Jesus heals ten people of dreaded skin diseases and only one comes back to thank him. 2 Kings 5:1-3, 7-15c Elisha the prophet heals Naaman even though he is a Syrian army officer.

October 6  Luke 17:5-10 World Communion Sunday

In response to his disciples’ request, “Increase our faith,” Jesus tells two parables: the mustard seed and the dutiful servants.

September 29 Luke 16:19-13

Jesus, speaking to “money-loving Pharisees” tells the parable of the rich man and Lazarus whose roles are reversed after their deaths.

September 22 Luke 16:1-13

Jesus delivers a challenging parable about the shrewdness of a dishonest servant and follows it with several sayings about the nature of faithfulness.

September 15 Luke 15:1-10

When criticized for eating and drinking with sinners, Jesus tells the parables of the lost sheep and the lost coin.

September 8 Luke 14:25-33

Noting that great crowds are following him, Jesus challenges the crowd with some tough teaching about the cost of discipleship.

September 1 Luke 14: 1, 4-17

Jesus is an invited guest at a Pharisee’s house. While at the table Jesus gives instruction on whom to invite and how to conduct ourselves as participants in God’s coming kingdom. Jesus’s idea of proper conduct is at odds with conventional wisdom about human behavior.

August 25, 2019 Jeremiah 1:4-10

God announces to Jeremiah that God has called him to be a “prophet to the nations” and gives him the words to speak.

August 18, 2019 Luke 12:49-56

Jesus comes with fire and division, pitting families against themselves, but the crowds cannot interpret the signs.

August 11, 2019 Luke 12:32-40

Because Jesus is returning, his followers must be detached from their possessions and ever watchful.

August 4, 2019 Luke 12:13-21

Jesus is asked to intervene is a dispute between two brothers about the distribution of their family inheritance. Jesus says, “Guard yourself against all kinds of greed.” Then he tells a parable of the rich man who was also a very foolish man.

July 28, 2019  Luke 11:1-13

“Teach us to pray,” asked Jesus disciples. In response, Jesus gave them a model prayer and also told them a parable about persistence in prayer.

July 21, 2019  Luke 10:38-42

Jesus visits at the home of his good friends Mary and Martha and there he instructs them.

July 14, 2019 Luke 10:25-37

Jesus tells the beloved parable of the man who, on the way from Jerusalem to Jericho, was robbed, beaten and left for dead, wholly dependent upon someone to save him.

July 7, 2019 Luke 10:1-11, 16-20

Jesus sends out the seventy-two to perform his wondrous works in the world and to proclaim that “the kingdom of God has come near.”

June 30, 2019 Luke 9:51-62

On the road, Jesus teaches his disciples about the radical demands of discipleship.

June 23, 2019 Luke 8:26-39

In the land of the Gerasenes, Jesus encounters a terribly troubled man, rebukes the demons that possess the man, and restores him to health.

June 9, 2019 Acts 2:1-21

With Jews from every country of the world gathered, the Holy Spirit descends, enabling people to speak and hear each other, thus giving birth to the church.

June 2, 2019 John 17:20-26

Jesus, preparing to depart from his disciples, prays that all of them might be one.

May 26, 2019 Acts 16:9-15

Paul has a vision of people in need in Macedonia. While in Macedonia, Paul meets Lydia, a woman who is converted to faith in Jesus.

May 19, 2019 Acts 11:1-18

Peter is criticized by some in the church for going beyond the bounds of Israel, reaching out even to the despised Gentiles. He defends himself to the church.

May 12, 2019 Mothers Day Luke 15:1-10 

The Parable of the Lost Sheep

May 5, 2019 John 21:1-19

The risen Christ appears to his disciples after they had a disappointing night of fishing failure. He speaks to them and specifically calls Peter, “Feed my sheep,” telling him again, “Follow me.”

April 28, 2019 John 20:19-31

The disciples of Jesus, hiding behind locked doors, are surprised by the appearance of the Risen Christ. Jesus appears among them and greets them with, “Peace.”

April 21, 2019  Easter Sunday  John 20:1-18

John tells the story of Easter and the miracle that happened, as Jesus’ astonished disciples see the empty tomb. But Mary Magdalene lingers at the tomb and there she is encountered by the Risen Christ.

April 18, 2019  Maundy Thursday John 13:1-17, 31b-35 

Jesus washes the feet of his disciples to show them that they must be willing to serve all.

April 7, 2019  John 12:1-8 

Jesus is anointed, as if for burial, by a woman who loves him. Thus we are given a preview of the events that are to await him in the coming week.

March 31, 2019   Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32

Criticized for welcoming and eating with sinners, Jesus tells his parable of the lost sheep.

March 24, 2019   Luke 13:1-19

Jesus is confronted by the crowd with instances of tragedy. He responds by telling a parable of an unproductive fig tree that was given time to be fruitful.

March 10, 2019  Luke 4:1-13

Jesus is tested in the wilderness

March 6, 2019  Ash Wednesday 

Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 

March 3, 2019  Luke 9:28-36

Jesus takes a couple of his disciples up a mountain, and there he is transfigured before them as a voice from on high proclaims the identity of Jesus.

February 24, 2019  Genesis 45:3-11, 15

At long last Joseph reveals himself to his brothers, the brothers who had done him such great injustice earlier. “I’m your brother Joseph!”

February 17, 2019  Luke 6:17-20 

On a level place, Jesus preaches to his disciples, pronouncing God’s blessing upon some and the woes that are to come upon others.

February 10, 2019  1 Corinthians 13:1-13

Paul speaks to the Corinthians about the way of love.

January 27, 2019  Luke 4:14-21

Jesus returns to his hometown synagogue, where he reads from the prophet Isaiah, speaking of the coming messianic age. He surprises the congregation by saying that this scripture is fulfilled right now.

January 20, 2019  John 2:1-11

There is a wedding in Cana of Galilee. At the celebration after the wedding, when there is no wine, Jesus miraculously transforms water into wine. This was the first of his signs.

January 13, 2019  Luke 3:15-17, 21-22

John the Baptist foretells the work of the Messiah and then baptizes Jesus. When John baptizes Jesus, the Holy Spirit descends on Jesus in bodily form.

January 6, 2019 Taking The Sacred Into The New Year

Guest Preacher Mary L. Decker, LCUMC Lay Member

December 16, 2018 Sermon

Luke 1:39-45  Mary goes to visit her cousin, Elizabeth, and as the women see each other, songs of praise and liberation flow freely from them.

December 9, 2018 John the Baptist Prepares the Way

John the Baptist calls people to repent because the Messiah is coming.

December 2, 2018 There Will Be Signs

Luke 21:25-36  Toward the end of Luke’s Gospel, Jesus speaks of the end times, of signs and portents, saying, “your redemption is near.”

November 25, 2018 Who's in Charge?

Colossians 1:11-20  Paul is emphasizing to the new Colossian church, that Christ is the head of the body, of the church, and presents them holy and blameless before God.

November 18, 2018 Give To Live

Matthew 23:31-46  Jesus tells a parable about sheep and goats to illustrate our responsibility to care for those in need.

November 11, 2018 Stewardship

Mark 12:38-44  Jesus denounces the scribes for their pretentious hypocrisy and elevates the poor widow's humble and authentic sacrifice in giving.

November 4, 2018 All Saints Day

Revelation 21:1-6a  John speaks of a new heaven and a new earth, where death will be no more, where there will be no mourning or crying.

October 28, 2018 Seeing Before Following

Mark 10:46-52  Jesus warns of the need for decisive action in accord with the demands of the Reign of God.

October 21, 2018 How Great Thou Art

Job 38:1-8  After being silent throughout the dialogues between Job and his friends, God finally speaks to Job out of the whirlwind. God does not answer their questions about Job's guilt or innocence, but rather speaks about the created order and contrasts what God can do with what humans are able to do.    

October 14, 2018 Our Good Pleasure

Luke 12:22-34  Jesus tells his disciples not to worry about material things but to put their hearts to ministry in his name. Guest Preacher - Darin Arntson

October 7, 2018 The Difficulty of Being a Disciple

A man comes to Jesus, and Jesus invites the man to follow him and become a disciple, but he goes away in sorrow after Jesus demands that the man sell all he has and give it to the poor.  

September 30, 2018 Sermon

Mark 9:38-50  Jesus’ disciples tell him of an unknown exorcist who, even though he casts out demons in Jesus’ name, isn’t one of them.

September 23, 2018 Sermon

James 3:13-4:3, 7-8a  The Letter of James urges early Christians to seek the divine wisdom that comes from above.

September 16, 2018 Sermon

Mark 8:27-38   Jesus turns to his disciples and asks, “Who do people say that I am?” 

September 9, 2018 Sermon

James 2:1-10,14-17 The Letter of James speaks of how to behave like Christians in the congregation.

September 2, 2018 Sermon

James 1:17-27  All good gifts come from God, given to us as a sign of God’s love for us.

August 26, 2018 Sermon

John 6:51-69  Jesus commands his disciples to “abide in me,” speaking of a relationship with himself that is nothing less than their food and drink.

August 19, 2018 Sermon

Ephesians 5:15-20  Paul tells the Ephesians to make the most of the time, acting wisely amid the foolishness around them.  

August 12, 2018 Sermon

Psalm 130  The Psalmist speaks of God’s steadfast love and the power to redeem.

August 5, 2018 Sermon

2 Samuel 11:26-12:13 After orchestrating the death of Uriah, David marries Bathsheba, Uriah’s wife. The prophet Nathan tells a parable that moves King David to repentance.

July 29, 2018 The Power of knowing Jesus

John 6:24-35  Rev. Glenn Miller is our guest Preacher while Pastor Doug is on vacation. 

July 22, 2018 On The Inside Looking Out

Ephesians 2:11-22  The letter to the Ephesians tells new Christians that, though they were once Gentiles, “without Christ,” now they are “members of the household of God.”

July 15, 2018 Reviewing Our Resources

Ephesians 1:3-14 From prison, Paul gives the scattered churches in Asia Minor a vision that will unite all things into Christ. Nothing is left out, for the cosmic vision of Ephesians encompasses heaven and earth.

July 8, 2018 Traveling Tips

Mark 6:1-13  Jesus experiences rejection in his hometown and then commissions his disciples to go forth to preach and to heal.

June 24, 2018 In The Same Boat

Mark 4:35-41  One evening, while Jesus and his disciples were crossing the sea together, there was a great storm and the disciples were afraid. “Do you not care that we are perishing?” they asked. Jesus stilled the storm, then asked, “Why are you afraid? Have you still no faith?”

June 10, 2018 Not Playing It Safe

Mark 3:20-35  Jesus is misunderstood by his followers, the crowds, and even his own family.  

June 3, 2018 Seeing As God Sees

1 Samuel 15:34-16:13 After the death of Saul, Samuel seeks out a new king for Israel, anointing David, the young son of Jesse.

May 27, 2018 The Great Calling

Guest Preacher David Atkins reminds us of the true nature of God.  

May 20, 2018 Pentecost Sunday

Acts 2:1-21 Gathered together in Jerusalem on the Jewish festival of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit comes upon the followers of Christ and propels them into the streets speaking the languages of the earth and astonishing the inhabitants of the city.

May 13, 2018 Mother's Day

Pastor Doug traces the origins of Mother's Day and shares his personal prayers that may comfort, renew and strengthen a parent while raising children.

May 6, 2018 Pushing the Boundaries

Acts 8:26-40  Philip is urged to go to the desert at noon. There he meets an Ethiopian who asks him, "What is to prevent me from being baptized?"

April 29, 2018 The Gift of Hope

Guest Speaker Mary Decker reminds us of the "Living Hope" that resides in each one of us.

April 22, 2018 Pursued by Goodness and Mercy

Psalm 23  This well known Psalm reminds us that God is willing to pursue us even into the valley of the shadow of death.

April 15, 2018 Maybe, Maybe Not

Luke 24:36b-48 The fearful disciples are surprised by the risen Christ coming and standing among them, commissioning them as his witnesses.

April 8, 2018 Wish I Was There

John 20:19-31 On Easter evening the disciples of Jesus gather behind locked doors. Despite their fears, the risen Christ comes to them and stands among them.

April 1, 2018 Not Much of a Story (Easter Sunday)

John 20:1-18   John tells of three disciples coming to the empty tomb while it was still dark.

March 29, 2018 Maundy Thursday

John 13:1-7, 31b-35  Jesus shares a last meal with his disciples and takes on the role of a servant and washes the disciples feet.

March 18, 2018 Dying to Live

John 12:20-33  Jesus speaks of his impending death not as a defeat but rather as a triumph in which he will “draw everyone to me.”

March 11, 2018 Who Will You Trust?

Numbers 21:4-9  The Israelites become impatient, discouraged and lose trust in God. They begin to speak against God and Moses. As serpents are unleashed, they repent and ask for Moses to intervene with God on thier behalf. 

March 4, 2018 The Cleansing of the Temple

John 2:13-22  Jesus clears the temple courts of the money changers.

February 25, 2018 The ancestor of a multitude of nations

Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16  God makes a covenant with Abraham, promising to make a great nation of him and Sarah that will bless all the other nations.

February 18, 2018 Temptation of Jesus

Mark 1:9-15  Mark succinctly reports the baptism and temptation of Jesus along with his first preaching in Galilee.

February 11, 2018 Transfiguration

Mark 9:2-9  This is Mark’s account of Jesus’ strange transfiguration on the mountain before his astounded disciples.

February 4, 2018 Have You Heard

Isaiah 40:21-30  God does not faint or grow weary. Those who wait on God will renew their strength and mount up with wings like eagles.

January 28, 2018 "Fish Tales"

Mark 1:14-20   Jesus calls a group of people to be his disciples.

January 21, 2018 When Were You Called?

Eloise Boortz from the UMW teaches about the contributions of Esther and Dorcas.

January 14, 2018 I'm Calling You

1 Samuel 3:1-20  Samuel, the little boy working for Eli, the priest, is addressed by God one night.

January 7, 2018 Remember Who You Are

Mark 1:4-11 Jesus comes to John who is baptizing in the Jordan River; Jesus is baptized by him, engulfed by the Holy Spirit, and proclaimed God’s Son by a heavenly voice.

December 31, 2017 Was it Worth the Wait?

Luke 2:1-20 The Birth of The Messiah

December 17, 2017 Waiting For the Light

John 1:6-8, 19-28  John the Baptist appears in the wilderness, witnessing to the advent of the light, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.

December 10, 2017 A Message From the Wilderness

Mark 1:1-8  John the Baptist, preaching in the wilderness, proclaims “good news” as the Gospel of Mark begins the story of the advent of Jesus. John’s good news involves a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins.

December 3, 2017 Active Waiting

Mark 13:24-37  Jesus foretells a day when the world will be radically changed by the advent of the power of God in its fullness. “Therefore, keep awake,” warns Jesus.

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