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Episode 23 · 2 years ago

Stevie B Step 3 - Blind Faith @ Spread The Word Group 2020

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Thank you so much. I said to Tommy, do you want to tell them who's speaking? Want introduce because that was it. That was awesome. I want to apologize for being late that. I definitely was not trying to disrespect the group. There was some serious things going on on the way over here and and we pray that that horrific car accident that we just passed that the people are okay. It was quite shocking and we all have a lot to good GROATU for hurry man. We have a lot of wow and then I'm going to introduce myself in a second problem. And then we just heard him on another member of our community died, named Terry, and that just a senseless death. Hi Everybody, my name is TVB. I'm a grateful recovering alcoholic and a member of the Golden Text Group of Dandy Beach Far. It's good to see everybody tonight. Good to see you guys from the east Naples men's group. What a great group you guys have. Fantastic and Eddie. Is Eddie here tonight? He's got eighteen years. Is a big deal. And Alicia and Tanya and Christine and Jay and Danielle and bill man Tanya again. Eight years total with her, two four years. Twice it's Gott butter here, once mustangs. So what are you eat what? What a month, listen and what a time that we're at right now. Tonight we're going to be talking about faith and step three. Last first week, we spoke about step one, honesty. We're talking about you doing that night car on honesty. And then Latin last week we were talking about step June. We were talking about what's the Princip of honest step to we're Tom I hope. We're hoping you'd come back, but now, tom my faith. We have faith that when you get paid on the third next month, that you say I got his card. That doesn't matter. All figures out how to get money. When there is no way to get money cancer, get an absolutely. Oh, he already knows Tim Joe here, you know here, you know this add nothing new part of the story. But his last place of his residency, the the director of the company, a multi million dollar company. I'm not told my little halfways. I'm talking about the director of a multimillion dollar he texts me, he says, Hey, you know this Guy Carl in? I text him back. Absolutely, he said, do you want to come? Is it him? I said I'll visit them on the fourth of January. I texted them on the third. I said to Carlsfield, there he's gone. I text them back. You can see why I didn't come visit him. So what is it? Where we are now? We're at the twenty three. Twenty threeyets about the Boue witching hour right now. So that's what I want to tell you. Rectors ran out of my just skid it. In need a place. It's cold out, it's raining this one. I want to share what you never have to pick up again, no matter why, even if you want to either. Desire to drink is not enough to put you out. It's not because you have the desire to drink. A relationship with God. The relationship with God cancels out the desire to drink. Now, is it going to be easy? No, it was easy. Anybody could just say a simple prayer. They would be sober. Now be a we don't need one meeting, one step. We don't need one step. Number first step. We'd say a prayer and...

...then we'd have sobriety like these gentilmy long terms. Right. That's it. One step won me. You're good, but that's not what we have. We have ongoing right now alcoholism that wants to take us out and will use any means necessary. Speaking of that, I want to thank the veterans here. I see three or four veterans and let's thank them for the Sir Y, you know who you guys are and I just appreciate it. But one of the things out there, there's a there's a decorated ranger in here and and one of their slogans that they have is by any means necessary. The disease of alcoholism wants to take you out by any means necessary. It's not playing by any any rules of engagement, not playing by any rules of engaging. Wants to seek and destroy, kill and conquer, destroy your family, destroy your hopes of a family. You know, I meant Tommy, Tommy then this own thing, how glorified how we brought him to Tammy. And God, let me tell how we met Tommy a year ago, during this time, while I was doing the steps here, maybe even in this meeting, Tommy would be outside. I have to take a drink. I public. And how I meant Tommy is every week he be outside waiting. No matter how if I was late or if there was rain, Tommy would be outside, as a newcomer, standing outside that door waiting to pray with me. I didn't know. It was like he was today through and I came in that door. I told you how I met this young man here is that he saw that we were praying the third step, prayer before meetings, and he would wait. I didn't know him. He introduced himself to me said I would like to pray with you. It wasn't like he was a gigantic believer. This is the part I want you to get about faith. Faith is not something that you need to have right now. Faith is an action. What my Tommy was a huge believer. I'm not saying he was an unbeliever. His family goes. He's a church people, family people, but it wasn't like it wasn't like crazy faith guy. So what did Tommy Do? He started walking in faith, acting in faith and do something very uncomfortable. Wait for a guy that he doesn't know and say to that guy, I want to pray with you. And it happened every week and little but slowly, little by slowly, Tommy's now a faith guy. It didn't happen because he meant me or Tammy. It happened because of all of the above and all the fiftyzero things that we can't mention right now. How God works these things out. But what it is started was an act of faith. I want to say that's a active faith. Act of faith means action and the third step means action. You're going to hear some ridiculous third step analogies. If you go to the rooms of alcoholics, anons, the ridiculousness you're going to hear that the third step is only an idea and it's not really. You don't really have to do anything. And there's three frogs. They sit on a log and and then one of them makes a decision, a jump. How many frogs are still on the log? You see, you're already indoctrinated for this ridiculousness. That is nothing to do with the third...

...step. The third step is very clear in the big book about all as anonymous and it talks about action to don't get anything about still sitting on that log. That's something we came up with. We want to make a little bit soalter for people like you don't have to do anything in third step, you just have to sit on the log and just make a decision. You can still say it's okay, just come back this week. Is can be fine. But this said, when we sincerely took such a position, all sorts of remarkable things followed. What's that position? Sitting? No, the position to have all sorts of remarkable things following your life is that we need to stay close to God and to perform his work. Well, people always saying all the time, I don't know how you do this, four or five, six days a weeks. You can from the podium when you have a lot of personal things going on with Jake. Do have some personal things going on. Today, as some personal things going on, I had like a whole list of the other job list going on. This, this, this is this one sick, this one inflicted things in my addict. I mean just just over and over and over again. I don't know where told you that and and people say every night when they seem me to meaning it doesn't seem like it affects you. Well, it's in the back of my mind, but I know that all sorts of remarkable things are going to follow if I stay close to God and perform his work well and the result. I'm not doing all this to stay sober. I know that's the common misconception or, knows, the common thought. I don't want to say to misconception, because maybe that's why you're here. Maybe your whole goal every single day that you're in alcoholics anonymous, your goal is sober. You're very you're very happy, firmly planted in the first hand for the first step and you don't need to do anymore. You just happy. You just sober. That's your goal. That's not my goal. I was already sober from the age from one to twelve. I was sober and I was miserable. I twelve good years. I was restless, irritable and discontent, maladjusted, feeling like other people had a better shot than me. They had two eyes, they were had both parents, they had same religion, they weren't adopted. I had a lot of twelve years of sober before I have took a first drink. I had alcohols and when I took that first drink, alcohol cured my alcohols. I was like it, drink, that's a nice feeling. What is that? That's called peace. If that's peace, I'm going to have another one of those, not a right away, because I'm twelve or thirteen or fourteen. You know, I've told you my first drinking choice was manna Chevin's Jewish table wine. That's my drinking choice even to this day. When I get to heaven, I know for sure is going to be Jews up there with me and will be drinking man of shades if the Lord says it's okay. Of course I'm going to ask mission first, but I think Manhas gonna be up there. We're not could be allowed to get drunk, but I think we'll be there a drink. I mean I'm just hoping my Italian brothers will have some Kyanti one class at Kyanty in heaven. I don't think that's going to be healthy an so please don't take that as any facts. That was a little sidebar. Don't bring that back to where we live now. Please don't say see. Please I want to back up. I'm going to back up one pace to sixty two. Please, if you don't mind, this is not how in the wire of it. Please get that whole thing that there's three frogs on the log and then only one of them jumps and no, none of them jump. They made a sision. Please I want you to raise that. You don't think you could get that one from men in black and just tap yourself just a rings that. I want to try to put in some new information. Now. Let me give you some new information. That comes from the big joke about polics. Anonymous paid sixty two,...

...which is the precursor to the third step. You Ready for this joke? Whatever a sentence starts out like this, you know it's going to be powerful. This is the how and why of it. First of all, we had to quit playing God. It didn't work. Next we decided in hereafter in this drama of life. Raising hand, if you think lives the drama, I think lives a Druma. I'm not saying that I participant, but I think it's veried. A lot of drums is a lot of drummer and I don't even watch the news. I don't. I don't even watch the news if I catch five minutes or Fox to CNN. There's so much drama in there it's too much for me. Life is a drum. It was a drama when they wrote this between nineteen thirty five and nineteen thirty nine, they would just coming off the Great Depression. They were coming out of the great wars, about to go into another great war. There was a lot of drama going on. There was an excess finances, the stock market crashed. They didn't have meetings of alcoholics anonymous all over the place. They had racism and HOMOPHOBI. That everything going on that you, Patz, we could think of. They had Nazism and communism, things we don't don't even think about today. That had a lot of stuff going on, and this is what they wrote. Next, we decided that hereafter in this drama of life. They wrote this in nineteen thirty nine, between nineteen and nine to nineteen thirty five, God was going to be our director. Wait, that's the third step right there, and I'm having a tough day. God is going to be my director. This seemed like a tough week. God is going to be my director. I got some stuff going on. God is going to be my director. The country has got some stuff going on. God's going to be our director. See how that worse. You see why you don't have to pick up a drink or drug, even when you if you want to, if you keep picking up what I want to tell you is you have not completed just step too, or your step one. Don't even think about this step. If your main goal every single month or every single four months is to pick up, you're not understanding about turning your life and your will over to the care of God. And I said, you can say what you make. It sound so simple. It is. Is it easy? No? Simple, yes, easy, no. We had to quit playing God. God was going to be our director. He is the principle. We are his agents. That means he's the boss. We work for him, principal agents. was a very common thing to say. Boss, we work for him. Who should boss? God? Who Do you work for? God? Who Signs Your pay checks? Gum, he is the father. We are as children. Most good ideas are simple, and this concept is the keystone, the key to the program of the new and triumphant arts to which we pass. Two Freedom. Raise your hand if you like to be slave, bondage, slavery. You like to be slave? You don't. You sign up for that? I don't. I don't want to be a slave to anything. I don't want to be a slave to anything. I don't want to be a slave to tobacco. I don't want to be a slave to alcohol. I don't want to be a slave to drugs, I don't want to be a slave to Gamelin, I don't want to be a slave to anything. I want to be free. I want to ask you this question and I want you to ask it to yourself and then I want you to repeat it after me. How free do you want to be? And you dont have to answer this now. I'm just...

...going to just ask you. How free do you want to be? You want to be half free. I want to be able to go to any meeting at any time and go to any place and be able to feel free and be free. In order to do that, we're going to have to work the steps, because any length of time that you have in sobriety, if you haven't changed, you will and I will return back to the slop of the first half of the first step. If I don't change, I'm going back to the slot. I don't care how many years sober. Yet I had seven years sober and I went back to the SLOP, and I don't mean seven years like these were formidable years. From two thousand four hundred and thirty one, I came out of college as a kid, got married in my sobriety, open businesses in my sobriety, got cars in my sobriety, or the house in my sobriety. I was some formidable years that I thought maybe the drugs were just a situation for college and having a glass of wine would not be a situation as an adult that owned a home. And if you don't have alcohol is M'm well, it's very possible you could drink into seven years. If you don't have alcoholis and if you're just a heavy drinker and you take off seven years from drinking, it's very possible you could outrun this thing if you're if you're a heavy drinking like or just say you just did some drugs for a period of time and you're not really a drug addict. What's the different? IMITATOR? Difference? I told you the difference. When I first started to talk at twelve years old. I needed a drink. There was something inside me that always was saying, you know, you're a little awesty. I go to school and act I was there the day before. Everyone else was there in the day before. I show up the same next day. That's how it works. She show up the next day. You know, then the day before, you show up the next day and then the teacher was speaking and I heard Wa wa, Wa, Wa wa and everybody was writing stuff down and to me it seemed like I missed that entire previous day of instructions. Then that happened for an entire grade. I'm like, did I miss an entire grade and I wasn't even using everything? For me was always difficult, it was always a challenge. I'm not saying that you that you have that exact thing. Maybe your challenge for socially, maybe you can't speak in front of people. May You can't get on the stage to do a play, maybe you can't do sports, maybe you can't do maybe you know, you feel awkward in social situation. Everybody's got something. That's why we have in the fourth category of the fifth step, that four step that we're going to talk about next week. One of the categories made category, one of the main categories, is fear and most of US happening anyway. When we sincerely take such a position, all sorts of remarkable things follow. My friend Dion and who has got fifty two years of sobriety, and Andrew was at one of my talks and Andrew said that my talk was out of a out of a ten. He grated me. One of the guys here greats me like a show. You're like the gum show. And after one of the talks he told me, you know, Steve, I really really love you. You know that that's always a bad where to start comes year and he said, you know, I really really love you, but you talked tonight was a four out of ten. Okay, so I guess he didn't you know, I'm not going to be hired next week or something of that. And then my friend Dion called me and he's got fifty two years and he said, you know, Steve, I never really heard the way you sit remarkable. I never really had anybody key on the word remarkable as many times as you said remarkable. That's exactly what I needed last night, and we just been of the step serious. I needed to hear about the word remarkable in every talk that you're going to listen to an alcoholics anonymously for the rest of your life. One day, in a time, there's going to be something that's just for you from a speaker.

God designs talks individually. Right here that night this man will fifty two years of surpride. He needed to hear the word remarkable. That's how God works. Everybody, at every time needs to be on point for what the next remarkable moment is. I bet you TAMMI JOE had some remarkable moments this week. Go into a very, very serious, terrible surgery where she only went in for a little bit of the surgery and to turn out she needed extensive knee not replacement but almost replacement. She was in horrific painting. She had to go back to the doctors because she thought maybe she had a blood coot she was in so much pain. It was a very, very, very hard recovery. She's still in the very beginning stages of it. I bet you she has some remarkable stories as a result of the things she experiences. Week, every day of our sobriety is remarkable. Now, whether we're there to pay attention and write down the remarkable in our mind, that's on you, that's on me, that's on us. Every situation that we go through from now on has the earmark a remarkable and you know what that is. Brother says this. You know that's called when you when you anticipate something that you can't see and you know that tomorrow is going to bring something remarkable. You know that's called that's right. That's right. Faith is not the evidence of things seen, but that the hope of things that are not seen, the hope of things that didn't happen. Yet I really have faith that if Carl am surrenders this time, that he'll make it through the fourth of the month. I really have faith that if he surrenderes, that I'll happen. I have faith that that could happen. I've so much faith that has going to happen I'm actually going to spend time within this month when to get him a haircut, which he obviously needs, and and I'm going to spend some time with them. I've had faith that he's going to get through the form, but it's going to take a lot of action when we get to the twelve step. As you know, in the book of James has says that faith without works is dead. So what we do in alcoholics anonymous meetings is we take our faith and we put into action. We work every single meeting, chair person, person at the door, person picking the doing the money, person saying hello, people behind the counter. These are all faith in action parts of it. which happens to do with the twelve step? Or what does that have to do with the Thursday? Let me tell you what I have to do with the third steps. You're off the hook. You're tooling alter hand like that. It's not you anymore. Every single day you wake up, you do a third stepperer. Doesn't have to be V third stepper. This is an example of the third step. Pray. The third step prayer that we have in this book is an example of an amazing third stepper. You know what other amazing third step prayers are? Chris is not so amazing because it's from narcotics anonymous. But what is the what is the third step of narcotics anonymous? We take my will in my life. Show me how to live. Guy Being my recovery. Okay, does it matter? It's a third step. Watch this. I can't, you can. I'm choosing to let you. That's a third step. My life is unmanageable. Your God, help me with it. That's a third step. What do you see? Another third step, God, I offer myself to the to build with me and to do with me as that will relieve me of the bondage of self that I made. Better do. THY will take away my difficulties. That victory over the victory over these difficulties, even though that word is not there, but victory over these make their witness to those. I would help of that power and I love and THY way of life.

May I do, I will always, and I add an amen. Doesn't have it. It doesn't have an ameny big, but what does that mean? So big deals and Amen. He means I agree with God. That's what a mending. Before you get freaked out, it's not church. No AMENDA. I agree with God. Wow, do you hear that? Any Amen Means I agree with God. And you know what? When I say a man after the third step, that's in the big book, after the third step prayer, you know what it means. I'm agreeing with that prayer with God. I'm agreeing. That's right. I am agreeing with this prayer, that I'm agreeing with God that please take away my difficulty so that it could show all the people how magnificent you are. That's the third step. You going through trials and tribulations bringing up to God. You're having situations in your life it's in God's plan. I don't know why it's in God's playing, but it's God's plan. Well, we lost the baby, our only child, our only birth child, before we got to adopt our beautiful son, Joshua, who's delight of my life, who's so God bless you, so precious tonight on the phone. Joshua's precious to night on the phone, which is rare. He's not a big phone guy, phone kid, but it's so cute tonight when we lost the child and we were in complete and utter devastation of my house and one of the people in the program told me to pray for the acceptance of God's will. I needed to pray for the acceptance of God's will. Very wise, very wise. It's not that God made us lose our child, but God's will is that we have free will down here and I just have to pray for the acceptance of that. where it says on page four and nineteen, or four hundred and seventeen, okage four hundred and forty nine, of the big book, where it says that acceptance is the answer to all my problems. Today it is definitely the answer to a lot of my problems. Today. If Guy Lose a child, if you lose a parent, if you use the kid got forbid, you have to pray for the acceptance because if not, it'll destroy you. There's a gentleman here in the twelve step house. Used to be in the back room on Friday nights and I used to own a photo studio and he came in with his beautiful wife and his beautiful daughter to the fore Lord El swap shop and I would took family photos of them, beautiful family. His daughter was abducted, she was killed, she was chopped out in pieces. It's something you cannot even possibly comprehend. I know I can't. How this man got through it sober is every day he prayed for the acceptance, to accept this and for forgiveness for the murderer. When we talk about the third step, we are not talking about something that comes easy. It's sometimes coming a great price. What was the cost for that gentleman? Everything? What was the payout for that gentleman? He stayed sober and his story has helped maybe thousands or tens of thousands of people that know him. The price for some of the other people in his family. They could not accept it and they could not turn it over and because they could not turn it over, they could not remain sober. You're just saying the magnitude or the importance of this step. Now when they say it's the new and triumphant arch to which we pass to freedom, there's nothing. You cannot get around it. Now...

...there are people, and I want you to I want to know. They're people that stays sober a long time without the third step. You can stay sober the rest of your life. About their it. As a matter of fact, you could stay sober the rest of your life with one step. But that doesn't mean you're going to be happy, joyous and free. You're going to be sober and dry. I'm not going to see miserable. I'm go. You have to determine if that's the life you want. I could never do it. I tried, I got I tried. I really tried real hard. I had three good years of sobriety and God and doing the right thing and I had four years of sober. Sober almost killed me. Sober got me so dry that the first time I took my first drink and nobody was saying it, but they were like, you need a drink. People in Aa were like thinking, you probably could have a drink. They didn't say it, but that's how unhealthy I was. That's only working the first step. So you could stay sober, but you're going to become miserable. My opinion. I'm not saying that that's that's totally does that's not in the big book. So listen this. More and more we were we become interested in seeing what we can contribute to life as we felt new powerflow in. Raise your handed you as some new powerflow in into your life, regardless of how many years you haven't doesn't matter. Don't you want new power? Don't you want to wake up tomorrow morning at five it? I'm not saying five in but I'm just saying whatever time you wake up. Don't you want to wake up in the morning? Open up the big book, go to page eighty five, eighty six, eighty seven and eighty eight, and it says on awakening. Read on awakening and then all of a sudden, feel the spirit of the universe come into you and just know that, no matter what happens during the day, you're walking with God, hand in hand with the spirit of the und he even listen, broken hand in hand with the spirit of the universe. I don't know about you, but any life run on self, will or run on self is is dumed for at least misery doesn't mean you're going to I'm not sure. This is all not about drinking. This is about living. And then, of course, it says in the millions of student in the many times, I apologize, in the many times in the big book, it talks about seeking spiritual guidance from other people. It talks about seeing where religious people are right. It talks about doing this spiritual step with another person. It talks about having people. It says we found it very desirable to take this spiritual step with an understanding person such as your wife, best friend or spiritual visor. Do you know why it says this? I'll tell you why. Because in Dr Bob's house, how the entire program started is people went there, drunks went there, and they were was staying in rooms in the house and in the morning they would come down and they would do Bible readings and spiritual readings and readings from all these different books together in a group. Drunks, you don't happen to these drugs. What some of them stayed sober, some of them drink. Bill W came home to his wife after one of these retreats and what it his wife's Today. And listen, this is a waste of my time. Nobody stays sober. She looked over her previously drunk husband. Is Yours. You are it may not work for everybody, but was working for bill because bill was carrying the message to the next first we'll get into twelve steen. I want to come back a little bit on faith. How many people bristle with antagonism when, Oh, Hey, Andrew, how many people bristle with antagonism, which means you like you hate the word church, Raigi Regine, you hate...

...anything about religion. Religion, Reggian's okay, really okay. I see you at I emily. I saw you the quarter. But if I told you that if you went to church, if I told you you went to church, the payoff would be a remarkable life. You may open your mind up two things that you work previously open to. Well, if I tell you that if you go to alcoholics anonymous and the develop a relationship with God, that the big book says that you are going to have an amazing life, not based on the stuff you have, but based on the things that you have inside. That's what remarkable means. Would you sign up for that? Well, some of you say yes, but some of you don't do it because you just come to meetings and you hope to get it by as Moses, which is your hope to program is going to come through the chair and he doing the ASS. That's as Moses, the chemical founders's but that's not what this is the same. It's sae. Then it's going to take faith and action, and so I'm excited about that because I'll tell you why. I'll tell you why I'll get excited about the faith stem because Jerry starts off every day he's faithful, very faithful. In the morning he starts off on fire. I get these texts at zero am in the morning, on fire text. You can tell he's on fire. That's not my natural go to, my natural go Jew is. My fire is out when I wake up in the morning. I'm not a morning person. If I had to rely on emotion, if I don't rely solely on emotion, I'd be done at six hundred five. My Day would just be going down from if I needed to do this on self propulsion, because I have a feeling of being excited about getting into the day. My Day would just go down from six five or seven five, depending on the hourly up. But either one of those things, I'm not determined. My Day does not determine my my ability to be able to have a good energy. You know what? It determines my ability to have faith, and faith the company by action. I believe at all times that what this says is that God could and would if he saw. I try to stay out of this neighborhood as much as possible because this neighborhood is a bad neighborhood and this theigh would give me bad information. What I was six years clean and I had not tried any drugs. Obviously I was six years clean. I was very into bodybuilding. Please use your imagination. Is Twenty years ago and bodybuilding was like my whole life, and I went to one of the guys in the gym who was in great shape, and I said to him, what is a way that at night time I could still build muscle when I sleep? which which bodybuilds have these drugs? It's not a joke, it's a true and he told me about a drug that bodybuilders use, that it helps you get into a very, very, very, very very deep sleep, which then helps the budy to release its own natural world's hormone. By the time you wake up in the morning you have more muscle structure, your Testos shones a little bit better and that during the nighttime you'll get nine to ten hours sleep or is then again makes you strong righte at and he said the only problem with this is it's not like it's made. It from a company's made from a guy named Julio. He...

...works at Home Depot and he makes it in big bats in his garage and one of these galons and he showed me one of the gowns. They didn't have any labels on, like an a warning, just a clear bottle, the clear milk bottle. He said, I could get this from Julio. That this one problem with it's not an exact science. What we recommend is you do one capful. Now, remember, I'm not telling anything. I wasn't trying to get high, I was trying to build my body. This is where my meant. This is how this out a mental case. I am he said the only problem with this is some people in the capful it's too much and they can go into cardiac arrest. Some people it's just fine, they have a great night sleep. Other people pass away. Six years clean. I'm not living in a godly principles. I'm already taken testosterone. I start to weigh out the options. Really good muscle structure. Possibly die. I'll take one joke please. When I run my life, no matter how many years sober I am, me running my life. Bad decisions happened. When I let God run my life, good decisions happen. It doesn't always mean the outcome is what I want. My Tent Year we lost our child. That was not the outcome I wanted. I've been through bankruptcy twice. Not Not bankrupcy with the courts, but bankruptcy when you go into the bank and there's no money in there. To me that seems just as serious. In sobriety, you understand these are not outcomes that I wanted. But with God's health, God's straight and faith in God, according to the big book of alcoholics, anonymous, according to the people that have been here before me, I see that if I keep on keeping on, that this two will pass. You hear this, chef Chris, it's going to pass. Man, whatever you need to do right now in your sobriety, you're not going to pick up over it. It's not going to be an easy road. Right now. It's going to take a leap of faith. All faith leaps. Our faith, our leaps of faith. All faith leaps are leaps of faith. People said I need to have blind faith. That's what faith is. If it wasn't blind, it'd be facts. It's saying we have it or taken a leap of faith every single time. He coming to this meeting. And remember last thing on to lead with before we go into the next week's what we'll be here next you, God willing, and we have like a million mediens, but hopefully we'll be able to do the mediens in our in a in a good way that we can still get to the test, still get you, still get to the four step. Right. All right, we're going to do the best weekend. We'll do the very listen, it's still going to be an amazing meeting. It's going to be amazing, okay, but this is what I want to leave you last word. Our Father, our heavenly father, will never let us down. Please don't leave before the miracle happens. The best is yet to come. God bless you guys. I.

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