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if ("The Lord is my programmer") {
	$I, "shall not crash";
}

He: installed, His_software, on_the, @hard_disk ;
	of;
		my $heart;

	All-of;
 
His: commands, are, user-friendly;
		
His;
sub directory 
{"moves me to the right choices for His names sake"};

Even: though, I-scroll, through-the-problems, $of_file;
	
	("I will fear no bugs");

for ("You are my backup") {
	"Your password protects me";
		"You prepare a menu before me in the presence of"; 
	my $enemies;

	Your: help, is;
		 $only_a; 
			$key_away;
}

										sub
Surely {
"goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of"; 
	my $life;
}

print "
And my file will be merged with His and saved forever\n PSALM 23\n
";


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