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September 13, 2022 1:00 am

Today, Nikita sits down with "The Christian Car Guy" Robby Dilmore for another great episode of questions and answers.

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Today, in studio with me, Robbie Dilmore, better known as, well, maybe not better known as, also known as, how about if I say that, also known as, AKA the Christian car guy. Robbie, welcome to the Q&A with Kolov. I have listened to Q&A with Kolov. However many episodes they are, I think I've recorded every single one of them. So, you know, I've always wondered what it would be like to be on this, to actually get to ask these questions.

I've heard a lot of questions, a lot of questions, and some guys are really experts at this stuff. Well, and it just, it dawned on me recently, I'm like, you know, as many, to that point, as many shows, Q&A shows as you've recorded and or listened to, working here in the studio, I'm like, hello, why have I never had Robbie on the Q&A show? So, I'm glad this has worked out and, but before we get to your questions, and not having a clue what you might ask, before we get there, let's make sure our listeners know who Robbie Dilmore is. Like, they're like, Christian car guy, what's all that mean?

So, yeah. Yeah, my father, like a lot of folks, you know, our father has a big impact on us. My father worked for Buick Motor Division when I was growing up as a kid and I idolized him and so I definitely knew I was going to be in the car business, you know, when I grew up. And he wanted me to be a car dealer.

That was something, a picture that he had. I didn't ever know that I wanted to be a car dealer, but I wanted my dad to be proud of me. Okay, and I had some gifting as far as a salesman and I had some other giftings that the Lord allowed me to do well in that industry, certainly make a living and end up with my own dealership. But it certainly was bad on my heart and Lord knew that, so he delivered me about 17 years ago, as far as I'm concerned, because I had nightmares forever afterwards about running car dealerships. It just wasn't, you know, it was good for my dad.

It seems to be really good for my son. It was not good for me. Pressure? Like, too much pressure?

What would you say? Out of curiosity. Like, I was in the business of getting people to do stuff I knew wasn't what they needed to do.

Okay. Like buying cars when they couldn't afford them. Which is kind of what's giving cars, let's be honest, right?

Kind of like giving car guys a bad rap or a bad name, right? And then we had the factories that were putting pressure on us to do things we shouldn't be doing either. And so it was like a constant battle of how do I protect my heart and still try to help people because what I really want to do is help people.

Last thing I want to do is hurt people. And so the Lord eventually came to me and said, I want you to get on the radio and talk about what breaks your heart every day. And that was the calling to the Christian Car Guy show. That happened to me in prayer one night. I was praying about a lot of other stuff that didn't have to do with the Christian Car Guy.

And all of a sudden, God shows up in his prayer and says, this is what I want. And I'm like, God, I think you got the wrong guy here. If you heard my voice.

I mean, people have to go to college to learn how to talk on the radio. I don't know how to talk. We had quite the discussion. And afterwards, the next morning I woke up, I said, man, that had to be a bad dream.

But I'd heard a pastor, actually our pastor once time, preach a sermon that if God calls you to do something, he'll swing the door wide open. So I thought, well, I don't know anybody. I don't have a radio show.

I don't know how I'm going to do this. And I said, well, I know Stu Epperson. I'll go ask him when he tells me it's a crazy idea.

That's my fleece. As soon as he says this is crazy, then I'll know that I don't have a radio show, so this must not be real. So I asked Stu to lunch. You can picture this scene. I tell Stu, man, I feel like God's calling me to do this thing called the Christian Car Guy Show.

Gave me the name, gave me the logo, all that stuff. Gave me what I was supposed to talk about. And of course Stu goes, Robbie, that's the best idea I've ever heard in my life. You ought to do it this Saturday. Let's get in there. This Saturday.

So that Saturday I show up to, I don't know what I was thinking. You're listening to the Truth Network and Nikita Koloff here, and I am excited. Did you hear the huge announcement, the big announcement? Well, maybe it's a minor announcement.

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You would expect some help. Like, I've never done any radio in my life. I've called into a show or two, but I've never done a radio show. So I'm standing in the studio, there is nobody here but an old disc jockey that's the producer. And he's like, man, you must really like to talk on the radio.

I said, what do you mean? He goes, we got an hour long live show. Now, I didn't break in by recording the show.

I broke in like an hour long live show. And he's like, and we can't have any dead air, so you better be ready to talk for an hour. And I said, well, it's a call-in show. People are supposed to call me.

Nobody going to call you? They don't know who you are? And I'm like, man, God, what have you done to me? So I, you know, they crack open the mic. I was terrified. If you could have seen me shaking, it was unbelievable because I was not a public speaker.

Didn't know anything. And God had given me this idea that like, okay, it's a call-in show. Have you ever wondered, is it better to take the rate or take the rebate? Have you ever wondered what's the best time of year to buy a car?

What's the best time of the month to buy a car? You know, should I come at night? Should I come in the morning? You know, should I come on a Saturday?

If you had questions like that, you call me at 866. Well, I preempted Tony Evans, right? Wow. In other words, Tony Evans was in that time slot as a weekend edition.

Right. And so I had a huge audience I didn't know at the time. You know, they were listening, expecting Tony Evans, probably really upset about this crazy car person that's on the phone. But nonetheless, man, the phone just lit up. And then once the people got on the phone, you know, because I talked on the phone as this car person forever. That show became easy that day.

I never came back to the studio without being just totally prepared to talk for an hour if need be, if I didn't get any calls. And then shortly thereafter, it might've been a month or two, Charles Stanley apparently made reference to Charles Stanley says, man, we got to get you on Sirius 161 radio. So within six months, not only did God kick the door wide open, I was on radio stations across the country. I was on Sirius 161.

I was talking to New York and Mexico and all sorts of stuff. And I couldn't even believe how God expanded that show. Like it was crazy. So that's, that's how I became the Christian cargo. The Christian cargo in 17 plus years later. Yeah, here we are.

Here you are. And the Lord has utilized that more times than we could probably ever count and impacted many, many. Now, what are some of the, now I know, like, is it on that show or like you help, you help like widows and stuff?

I mean, you do. Right. The Christian car guy later started the Jesus labor love, which is car repair labor for single moms, widows, and families in crisis.

And that happened two or three years into that show. And so we have a five Oh one C three where just like last week we gave this, this, this pastor had been praying for a car for a single mom and his congregation. Somebody donated this car through the Jesus labor love. You know, they're right out here getting this car and we get to see like that or we repair cars literally almost every day. For some moms somewhere in the country as people have given money to that ministry and then we in turn use it to help them get their cars fixed. And so it's, it's spectacular.

We're just like the middleman that there's a lot of people out there that, that, that are mechanics and whatever that want to help people, but they don't know where to find the people that really need help. Right. And then the radio show just allowed that to be kind of the connection, right? Right. Yeah.

Make the connect A to B right. Or whatever, however you want to say that, right. Make that connection. So that's, and you do, I mean, besides radio, I mean, there's, that's just one of many shows that you do and, and things you do behind the scenes here at truth radio network and help, help and produce, whether it's the Q and a with Koloff or, or the man up show or the podcast or so many other things from preaching to a boot camp.

You, you facilitate a boot camp where men come in for a weekend and you get to sew into and invest in and pour into men as well. Yeah. Now I was like you, you know, God keeps opening the doors and, and when you have, you know, the go ahead from him, you can go have fun. And then a lot of people would say, man, I don't see God orchestrates the thing.

And you just kind of like, I, I loved when you were describing to somebody on Q and a that, you know, you leave room in your schedule for audibles. Right. Cause Jesus always did. Right.

He never knew it. It seemed like, you know, all of a sudden this woman's tugging at him, you know, or some Russian Roman soldier, not Russian, but a Roman soldier comes up and, you know, says you need to come, you know, fix my guardian, you know, whatever. There's stuff like that. So I, you know, God's like that, but you said something before we, before we get to your questions, I do want to get to your questions.

You said something. And of course, you know, the, we've got a lot of men on the man up show. Of course I've had women on there as well.

And given their perspective on things as well, you know, perspective to men, women's perspective to men, but you said something that I think maybe, maybe any and every man has ever struggled with. And, and, or I know I'm certain you've heard him in your boot camps. I know I've heard him in our man camps. And that is, you said you wanted to, here's the quote, correct me if I'm wrong, I wanted to make my dad proud. Right.

So even though you went off into the, ventured off into the car business, not something you were necessarily passionate about or even really wanted to do, to get your dad's approval in a sense and make him proud, you did that. How many other guys, Robbie, do you think, and, or let me ask you this way. Have you not heard that? How many guys have you heard?

I just wanted my dad's approval or, or just hear my dad say, I'm proud of you, son. Right. Right. It's a huge thing. It's a big thing, isn't it?

It really, really is. And what's fascinating to me is because I wasn't, the car business wasn't my natural born thing. I never remember my dad saying, boy, you really are the car guy. You know, he did. All right. Right. However, you know, shortly before, maybe four or five years before he died, he saw what was happening in my ministry. And he was like, man, son, I am so, I can't be more proud of you because once I started doing what God had for me, right, it was a completely different thing.

Yeah. And I want to say to all the parents out there listening, I think it's critical and, and, or important that I look, I get it. You want your son, you know, like for me, if I had a son, right.

I had all girls, but you know, I would have anticipated or would have pushed him probably towards football, like me, weightlifting, bodybuilding or whatever, but it may not, he may have wanted to go into theater. I don't know, you know, whatever. Right. And so how many times do we try to vicariously, I'll phrase it this way, vicariously live through our children, maybe a dream that wasn't fulfilled in our own life that we try to push our children towards doing. And, and in that sense, the dream being fulfilled by vicariously living through them when that is not the approach in my view that we should be taking that when it comes to our children, we should look at what their gifts and their talents and their skills are. And, and then encouraging, encouraging them to follow and pursue that or what they're passionate about. Right. Encouraging them. They're anointing.

You find out where they, you know, are anointed and then you, you know, you help encourage them in, in, in that anointing, whatever that may be. Right. That's great.

Great word. Absolutely. That's good. So, so there's a little bonus for the Q and A with Koloff show today.

We didn't anticipate that, but, uh, yeah, those of you who are parents out there really consider and, or maybe even reconsider, you know, uh, or evaluate your children's gifts and talents, skills and abilities, and, and encourage them to go down that path. So there's a little bonus there for you. All right. Let's transition here. I've been waiting for this for two years. Oh boy. Oh, here we go.

All right, Robbie, question number one for the Russian nightmare. Since I don't know much about wrestling, I've learned, you know, quite a bit over the last two years, you know, that obviously there was some type of an agreement within the wrestlers. This was entertainment and this is what we're going to kind of do.

And this is how the match is going to go. And you guys had a way you did things that was, you know, to hopefully sell the audience on the fact that you were the bad guy and he was the good guy. And there was this bad blood when necessarily there may or may not have been anything, but just, you know, this is best of friends, but it's a show, you know, it's, it's what was going on. But I'm wondering, so you're out there and you're doing your thing with whatever wrestler at whatever point in time. And all of a sudden you can tell it's on. In other words, I've done something to get this guy and now we are wrestling.

This is real. Like we went from a stage of like, okay, this is whatever to now, okay, it's really on and this guy is wrestling me. In our, in our, in our, in our vernacular and our terminology, it would be a, it went from a work to a shoot.

Okay. It went from being a work to a shoot. Now, fortunate for, fortunately for me, maybe because I was 285 and jacked up and bigger than most of the other guys, not every guy, but most of the other guys, fortunately, I never really, that I recall honestly had anyone ever shoot on me. However, there were some other opportunities where what we would call, I threw a, what would be termed a potato, meaning I might want to punch the guy in the nose and he really did get hit in the nose.

Now it wasn't intentional, but he really got hit in the nose. We call that a tater for short or a potato. And, and with that, there was equal retribution, or you might say a receipt coming in our terminology, or at least the guy had the right to give a receipt, payback, right? For, for that tater. Right. And so that did occasionally happen in a match or two or three of mine where, where I was maybe a little more stiff than I should have been or some are laid something in a little harder than I may.

Maybe they wanted me or anticipated I would lay it in and, and then maybe in returns, give something, a receipt in return that was just as snug, you might say, or just as stiff. All that to say, there, there for sure are stories of, of guys in the business that, that it, it did totally went from a work to a shoot. One name that comes to mind is a guy named Lou Thesz, who was legendary in professional wrestling for like almost six, seven decades, I think he actually his last match, I think was in his eighties in Japan, Lou Thesz. And he was multiple time NWA world heavyweight champion. And, and he was the real deal. I mean, a lot of the guys in the early years, Robbie came from amateur wrestling backgrounds. So they could, they, they knew how to tie you up into a pretzel if they wanted to. Okay.

But it's a work. So, but yeah, there were times and or times and stories I heard that I didn't necessarily witness, but even in dressing rooms, guys got so mad out in the ring that they, they got into a fist to cuff or took it out on each other in the dressing room. My, my first partner, Ivan Koloff had a horseshoe on his neck. Okay. A horseshoe.

You're like, what do you like a tattoo? Nope. Him, they, they were flying overseas. So they were over the pond, as they say, over the ocean and him and a guy named the iron chic.

Sheeky Cosgrove heard of the iron chic. Well, they got into a fight on the plane over the ocean and Sheek bit Ivan on the neck, drew blood, no tickets sold on that one. Other than the, the other patrons on the flight and, and the rest of the boys as we call them, but, but left a permanent, uh, uh, like, like a half, half circle or, you know, teeth mark, bite mark on Ivan's neck that became a story for the rest of his life. I remember one of the first times I've met him, I'm like, Ivan, like, how, what's that for? How'd you get that?

What's that from? And he told me the story of how the iron sheik had gotten a big fist to cuff on the plane and oversee. Mike Tyson on the neck. Yeah. Yeah. Bite off the ear. Right.

And somebody tried to, he tried to bite off somebody's ear or something anyway. So, so that did happen. That did happen. Fortunately, never happened for me as far as like going from a work to a shoot.

I've never heard that term. So now I definitely have learned something. And then, but one of my favorite ever Q and a with colos. Um, I forget what the question was, but all I remember is you were in this chain match as I recall with Magnum TA and somehow or another, he got the, the chain wrapped around his neck and you throw him over the chain, over the top row, over the top. It was staying that you were, yeah.

Okay. And he was going and, and, and, and he was literally choking to death and you were like, man, he's really selling this thing. And he was trying to tap out and he was scared. Like, this is it, man. I could be, this could be out.

Right. Did that ever happen to you? Did you ever have a situation where you're like, they're going to take me out? Like you were choking or there were something happening to you where like, man, this is desperate.

I got to get out of this. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, again, especially in, in, in mainly in chain matches, cause that was very, it was, it was a great visual to wrap a chain around a guy's neck or wrap it through his mouth and around his neck or, or, or around over his eyes or whatever, you know, to make it look more vicious. Right. And and so, yeah, there were a couple times in those chain matches that, cause the idea is he get, get, get your hand, get your fingers in between your neck and the chain.

So it doesn't cinch up like it did on the stinger there in Chicago. And yeah. And, and so, so a couple of times, a couple of times there, I mean, I think a couple of times seeing stars being hit with a metal chair, you know, they're like, yeah, you know, cause, oh, it's all fake.

Yeah. Let me hit you in the head with a metal chair, you know, and help you see stars a couple of times. You know, that's not necessarily the intention, but again, things have, it's not an exact science.

There's a tater with a chair, a tater with the chair, things happen. And, or there's ways you learn to kind of protect yourself and to where, you know, you time it to where you can kind of get your hand up, you know, before your head feels the full impact of the chair. So you can kind of break it a little bit, you know, where you still want it to look good. Right. And, and, or, and, or a couple of body slams out on a concrete floor where it really does knock the wind out and you're gasping for air, you know, you catch my breath here, you know? So, yeah. So there was a handful of times that, yeah, something may have happened there. Yep. That's awesome.

Well, switching gears from wrestling to, you know, what everybody that knows you well knows that obviously the word discipline is in the word disciple. I mean, it just is. You're listening to the Truth Network and All feet agree. Clemens carpet is where you need to be with carpet, vinyl, tile, and hardwood from the top brands. Clemens carpet does it right from beginning to install voted number one by you in the reader's choice awards, Doug, Chad, Benny peewee, and the team at Clemens carpet.

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Check out your local listings or better yet, download the Truth Network app today. You're listening to the Truth Network and That to know Nikita is to see that the Lord anointed him. One of the ways that he shows God, in my opinion, is he's a tremendous disciple from a standpoint of discipline, discipline in the way he eats, discipline in the way he handles his finance, and not, you know, a lot of folks have asked the spiritual disciplines, but I just thought I'd go to another direction just so we all could learn a little bit. Because I know the value of some of these other things that you've taught because it really helped me. But so in the discipline of managing money, right, which you teach it at man camp in the last day for at least a little session there, which was extremely helpful. What would you say, you know, if you had one thing to tell people as far as the discipline of their money, what, what discipline would that be that you would, you would say this is the one you need? Yeah, great question. It might even have been a devotion I was reading maybe even this morning. They call it the 10-10-80 plan.

I'm trying to think of who gets credit for it. For me, I call it that I call more, I would take it even step further to 10-10-10-70 plan. And too many people live beyond their means, you know, whether it's living off credit, credit cards, or just spending beyond their means, you know, too much month at the end of the money. And so if they could ever get the discipline of scaling back and, and, and living off in the 10-10-10-70 for me is being able to live off 70% of their income, living off and some are like, there's absolutely no way but that's not true. There actually is a way. I mean, there are plenty of people including myself are proof that you can, you can live.

And it doesn't matter. You don't have, and they're thinking in their mind, Robbie, they're thinking, Oh, then I got to make a million dollars so I can live off 700,000. No, no, no, I mean, you can make $100,000 a year, not a million a year, and live off of 70,000.

I mean, so they're with discipline, with discipline, so learning to live below your means, living below your means, and developing the habits of, of course, the very first 10 is your tie. Plain and simple. There may be some out there in listening land that never even heard of that term or know what that even means. Go, go Google it if you're not familiar with it, but it simply means giving 10% back to God because it's all His anyway. And typically that that's in the way of your local church, if you're a church attender. It's really cool. I heard this the other day that, um, and it really made, it really resonated with me.

I kind of knew it, but I never grasp it in this word picture that there used to be wine bearers, cup holder, that kind of thing. But the idea is if you share that the first 10% of your income is first words, right? With God, he's like, he's like saying, okay, now this is, this is, this is good for you. He's taste testing it for you.

Say, okay, now you can live on the other because I'm telling you, this is blessed right here. That if, if it's, that if God blesses the first 10%, then the other 90% is blessed. 100% that I call it the multiplication effect of that, that in, in, beyond just addition, he can multiply the 90 to go stretch further than the 100% ever could. Right. And said, very at very rock bottom, man, give 10% back to, back to the Lord and, you know, however God directs you to do that. But, you know, some might say philanthropy and whatever.

Right. But, so that's 10, another, another 10, another 10. Maybe even combine, I'll just say savings and investing, savings and investing might, might break down the other tens.

And, and then, so, and, and I liked it. So, so if you live, live off 70%, you put 10% in savings, 10% investing and 10% tithe, then you can, you can actually take that 10% in the investment world and, and multiple, God can then multiply the investments, show you and direct you where to invest. And then the savings account for me is not saving for a rainy day. But, you know, you, you want to, you want to buy a flat screen TV, but don't go buy it on credit, save. And then once you have enough saved, go buy, go pay for it for cash. And so not enough people are disciplined in the area of finances, which is why so many are in debt and or underwater financially, because they're not disciplined in that area of their life. Right.

And take the time to make out a plan and all that. It was really, really helpful. And he showed a lot of that stuff at main camp.

It was really, really helpful. So the other place that to me is a little bit unusual compared to most folks that I know that teach disciplines and all sorts of things is your discipline in fasting. And for those who don't know, Nikita fasts very regularly. And so, and I, and I know the spiritual and I think most people I hope have experienced a spiritual fast of some kind, but since I know you're also as an expert in health, could you kind of share what your thoughts are on the physical attributes of fasting regularly?

Yeah. Cause we hear, you know, especially those who are, you know, maybe regular church attenders or on a spiritual journey of their own, you know, in that relationship with Jesus are at least having some level of understanding, hopefully, of fasting. I mean, it's biblical, right? So Matthew chapter six, and when you give and when you, when you pray and when you fast, you know, not if, not if you give, if you pray, if you fast, when, when you pray, when you give, when you pray, when you fast. So I, I just view it as, as God expects us to do it.

So there's certainly the spiritual component to that and all the reasons for that, which we won't go into right now. You go get a book by Mike Bickel called The Rewards of Fasting if you want to know more about the whole biblical spiritual principle side of it. But from a health and wellness standpoint as a health and wellness guy, yes, there, there are actually some real physical benefits to, to, to not eating. I mean, for one, think about your digestive system and how overworked for a lot of people it really is because they, I say overworked because too many people overeat. And so if you consider how many times a day you maybe eat and how many times a day your digestive system compound that over 70, 80, 90 years, how long you might live, gosh, what a, what a novel idea to give your digestive system a break for a day or whatever that might look like. And, and just not make it work over time and having to always be digesting food. But maybe you're just taking in liquids for the day and kind of giving it a break physically. And, and there are lots, a lot of health benefits to, to doing that on a regular basis.

So even if you weren't doing it for spiritual reasons, man, it can be so healthy and good for you to just give, take a break every week and give your body a break, give your digestive system a break and let it kind of cleanse itself. So yes. And now I would, I would even add for my, you know, that there's some emotional benefits to it because as you know, I had the coffee incident, which, you know, when I went to man camp, got all just crazy because...

It bent on a shape a little bit, but... It wouldn't let me have coffee. So, so yeah, yeah. So, so let me just jump into it real quick there. So, so, you know, there could people like here again, you know, our bodies crave things, right? Whether it's a smoker craving nicotine, right? A coffee drinker craving caffeine, right?

All the teens. Interesting. Nicotine, caffeine. Anyway. Yeah. So, so you find out real quick, you know, just what you may not even be aware that you have certain addictions until, you know, you're, you're not have, till you don't have access to certain things like coffee, like you found out at camp, like, no coffee is just not available today. And you're like, no, I want coffee, right? Well, that's how it was. I mean, I was just going to share and, and, and what an eye-opener it is, like how much your body has control over you.

Yes. And the fact that you, you feel like you're a fairly disciplined person, you find out, whoa, I've got this bad weakness. And so, you know, from my standpoint, you're really watching my back by, by helping me get these kinds of disciplines to see where you, where you got struggling. Identify, like maybe again, you were unaware that there was maybe even an addiction there, right? Let's just say, let's just assume you're unaware that there's even an addiction there. And all of a sudden you're enlightened to the fact that, man, I am addicted to coffee. I'm addicted to caffeine or what again, fill in the blank, whatever it is, addicted to food.

Right. I mean, yeah, you do, you find out just, do you have control of your body? Does your body have control of you? That's really what it boils down to, even when it, especially when it comes to eating, right? You'll find the Israelites found that out in, in, in wandering in the desert. You know, they were saying, well, at least back in Egypt, we had lentils and we had meat and we had this, this, you know, and, and, and again, yeah, the discipline of, of, of take you taking control over.

I remember a guy, my name is Craig Hill. I've read many of his books, right? He said one time when he first started fasting, like he's like, cause people were like, well, not eat, I'm going to starve to death. No, I can't go without a meal or whatever. And he said he, when he was first started fasting, he got super hungry and he's like, I got to eat. And, and, and, and he's like, then he got a grip and he goes, oh, wait a minute. He goes, I literally started talking to my body. I'm like talking to my stomach going, if you don't stop growling, I'm going to fast an extra day.

I'll show you. God, I don't think he goes, he goes, and believe it or not, like the growling and the hunger pangs like went away, like disappeared. It listens.

It listened. And he goes, I fought out real quick. I control my body.

My body does not control me. So yeah. Great questions. All right. Well, thank you, Nikita.

I'm glad I got a chance to get my shot too. Well, and we'll, we'll do it again another time, but, and for those of you out there in Listening Land, Robbie Dilmore, the Christian car guy, go get the Truth Radio app, Truth Network app. Download that, get to hear one of many of his shows and so many other incredible programs, as well as the Q&A and the Man Up show.

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