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Subject:  Re: Purpose of Prayer Date:  4/29/2021  8:06 PM
Author:  hrse Number:  4848 of 4850

> I describe not buying lottery tickets as buying 'deluxe' lottery tickets that have only a slightly reduced chance of winning but offer a money back guarantee.

Your chances of winning the lotter are very small.
Even smaller if you don't win.
You might find a ticket, and it could win. You might be gifted a ticket and it could win.
But your chances are increased the greatest with your first ticket purchased.
After that each, ticket purchased your odds do go up, but not anywhere near as much as with the first purchase.
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