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When Did You Turn To The Church To Hide?

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January 15, 2022 3:04 pm

When Did You Turn To The Church To Hide?

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January 15, 2022 3:04 pm

In times of trouble and sadness, where do you turn for peace? Or do you go run and hide in a closet? On today's episode Robby answers those questions with very simple answers. Listen and you will find the peace that we ALL need and desire.

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For rain and wind and weather, health and forever, wishin' my gal was by my side. Welcome to the Christian Car Guy Radio Show. I say this calls for action and now. To everything, turn, turn, turn. To turn, turn will be our delight. By turning, turning we come round right.

Till turning, turning we come round right. When did you turn to the church to hide? What?

What? Yes, when did you turn to the church to hide? So I'm sure you got to hear Firestone's jingle from the 60s. There was some turning going on there when the rubber meets the road. And of course, you know, I really love Rawhide. Rawhide, you know, that's the Blues Brothers actual version of it there. So you could hear Dan Aykroyd.

He does that really good. So they're rollin', rollin', rollin'. And I don't know if you've ever thought about the idea of bringing the herd in like Rollin', but that's what they're doing. And then you heard the birds with turn, turn, turn, followed by Simple Gifts by Jewel.

Actually, one of my favorite songs. By turning, turning we come round right. So you might guess that we are talking about this, you know, when did you turn to the church to hide? So being a Christian Car Guy, Jerry, I love to roll. I mean, I do.

Just roll on, brother, roll on. So you might not be shocked. You might not be shocked, Carmen, to know that today's Christian Car Guy show is brought to you by the letter Samak, which is a circle. If you look at a wedding ring, you know, that's what a Samak is. And it has to do with so many things that have to do with a circle. But I just want you to wonder with me for a second, okay? Because the idea of turning, turning has to do with this circle, right? Like the stone was rolled away, okay?

Don't miss that. That's like huge. Unbelievable. But the number for the letter Samak in Hebrew is 60. Now think about how significant 60 is when it comes to a circle, okay? Now, you might know that the earth goes around the sun.

I mean, excuse me, the earth spins in a 24-hour period of time, which again is divided by 60, because every hour has 60 minutes and every minute has 60 seconds. And so you get the idea of these circles. And when you think about the power of a circle for a minute, just obviously the power of a wheel and all of the machinery that's using wheels and all sorts of things. So if you were going to try to, you know, create a building that would hold billions of tons of force, what would you use? You would use archways, because they would be able to take all that weight. And your foot, right, holds all the weight of your body. What is it standing on?

An arch. And so circles are used in so many different ways to support, and in so many different ways, they are one of the strongest forces that's out there, okay? Now I want you to think about for a second with me that the smallest building block that we know of, right, are atoms.

And what are they? They're little circles, right? And they've got electrons going around and round and round and round.

Now if you split one of those off, how much power do you get? And the idea of an atom is unity, right? That this is something that's staying together because it is circling, not unlike the earth around the sun and all those kind of things. Well, when you split it off, the amount of energy is unbelievable. Well, one of the biggest breaks of unity in the history of the world happened when the stone was rolled away, right? When Jesus broke off from, right, my father, my father, why have you forsaken me? Well, kablammo, that was an atom bomb. That was a splitting of the strongest union in the universe.

I mean, it's something more than my mind blows. Would you think about this, okay? So, getting back to where do you turn? And we're working on this idea of turning. Where do you turn when you want to hide? So, if you're like me, I don't naturally turn to a group. I want to isolate.

I want to get away from everyone. Are you that way? Yeah, I think human nature, I mean, we may not want to admit it, but when we look back and self-exam, we like to kind of wrap ourselves in our blanket and tuck our head in.

Right, we turn, we tend to turn to isolate, right? But I have to tell you, the power of this last night, I saw it, actually, I saw it twice this week. The first place I saw it actually was your friend and mine, very dear friend of mine, Bob from 109 New Pullit. You may remember he lost his son on 109, right?

Which was, the anniversary of that was last Sunday. And you may know this, Jerry, but his partner lost his son this Sunday on the 20th, on the 9th, which, you know, they both were the owners of 109. He lost his son in a similar type of situation to how Bob lost his son on 109. And so, I got this call on Monday because Bob was headed over there. And you know what, Bob was feeling like he wasn't qualified because he was so down over just, over what he'd been going through with his own son. Robbie, I don't know if I can do this.

I don't know if I can do this. And I said, man, Bob, yeah, there's, you know, but here he was, he wasn't isolating when he felt bad. What did he do? He turned to the church, right? Absolutely.

He didn't isolate. He turned to me. But you know, even, well, that's truly remarkable, but there was one that was, to me, more remarkable last night. You may know I teach special needs. And we had one of our ladies that special needs has been close to us for years and years and years. Her mom, a beautiful, amazing person, got COVID, and she had been in the hospital. And we'd, you know, have a text ring where we'd been praying for her, Edith. And in fact, we prayed for Carmen at the Truth Network we'd been praying for her this week. Well, I got a text at 742 last night from the student herself, from Dina. And here's the text, and here's what it said.

It said, I just got back from the hospital. My mom is in heaven. Just the thought that, where did Dina turn? You know, in this moment where she just gets home from what had to be one of the worst days I could possibly ever imagine, because believe me, when I tell you, Dina depended on her mom for everything, right? Her mom helped her drive, you know, take everything. This relationship was unbelievable to know it. And yet, at the moment, right, when her rug, from my standpoint, has been completely pulled out from underneath her, what is she turns to the church? And she says, what, Jerry? You know, you sit there and that story just breaks your heart, but yet, man, what a testimony, what a blessing.

As her teacher and as her church gathers around her, what they're seeing is she believes 100% in her heart what God is telling us all. I've got this. I've got something greater than what you're seeing here. I've got something greater than what you're seeing here on earth. All the suffering I've got, my promises are true. And sometimes, I think, as believers, we need to kind of humble ourselves to that point of, you know what, that's really all that matters, because I know for myself, I speak for myself, I let all the worldly stuff sometimes get in the way of seeing God's blessings and seeing how God is working when they may not make a bit of sense to me, but God has a plan. I may not understand it, but he has a plan.

Darrell Bock Yeah, he does. And so we want to hear your story. I mean, that's what we do here at The Christian Car Guy Show. We want to hear, you know, we're rolling today.

There's no doubt. We're going to get into the psalmic. We've got a lot to talk about. But what we mostly would love to hear is, when did you, rather than turn to isolate, turn to the church? And what did that look like in your life? How did that, and your testimony will, believe me, you know, people hear this. And so when they're in this situation, they don't turn to isolate, but turn to the church.

866-348-7884, 866-34-TRUTH. And you may know that I've been studying the 119th Psalm, actually memorizing it since July. In doing, I do a daily podcast on it.

So we're clear up to verse 113, which is the beginning of the psalmic. That's why I'm on a roll here. You are rolling. And we will get into much of that. But most of all, we need your story.

You got to call us, 866-348-7884. When did you turn to the church to hide? Whoa. When did you turn to the church to hide? Is what we're doing today on the Christian Car Guys Show.

We would love to hear your stories. 866 is the number to call in. 866-348-7884, and we have Eugene is in the Philippines.

So Eugene, you're on a Christian Car Guys Show. Good morning. Well, good your morning, my evening. Yeah, good evening. We'll get done. We'll tell you good night. How about that? That's awesome. Is it still the, is it the 15th there in the Philippines? Yeah, it's Saturday night.

All right. But I had to call in when you're talking about that. Come January 25th, a couple of weeks from now, I'll be celebrating two birthdays. My physical birthday, I'll be 70, but my spiritual birthday, 52.

And so that's when I turned to the church, January 25th, 1970. How fun is that? And yeah, you did. You really did. Oh, hey, I'll tell you what. You know, I'm part of a prayer team where people call in for prayer. And I always used to tell people, if you want to receive a blessing, be a blessing to someone.

So I decided I'd take my own advice. And so I'm part of a prayer team. And now I not only get to be a blessing, but I also receive a blessing by praying with people. Some of the things that you hear would carry your heart out.

I mean, they would. But it's good, you know, I try to tell folks, you know, God never told us, look, follow after me, going to be a piece of cake. Oh, no, no, no, no, no. He said, look, you know, the trials I had, you know what I went through.

So that's in your seat belt. Yeah, but be of good care, because I overcame the world. And so can you.

Oh, yes, you can. Eugene, I'm so grateful you called in today. God bless you.

Thank you so much. And keep up the great work. Hey, we're working at it every day. And you guys remember us over here too, if you don't mind, because this Corona's got this place on a super tight lockdown.

Yeah, I know it does. It's a worldwide scary situation. Thank you, Eugene. We will, by all means. God bless. You have a great evening. And an early happy birthday. Yeah, yeah.

Double. All right. God bless. Well, thank you, and I enjoy listening to you guys every week too.

Thank you. Bye-bye. All right, we got Ace is in Durham, North Carolina. We got Ace. Ace, welcome to Christian Car Guy Show.

Well, hey, brother, you know who this is probably, but when I start talking and everything for you, but I just felt led to cuddling in and say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to both you and Mr. Jerry or Brother Jerry this morning. You know, I'm liking the fact that, you know, you talk about turn. To me, it's not about turning into hiding in the church. I think it's just turning to the Lord when we are going through things. I've been, you know, I've been reading Brother Stu's book a lot, and also I've been reading this book called Making Sense of the Bible, and this chapter that's in the book is talking about suffering divine providence in the Bible. And this one part in here, because I was going through some stuff, and, you know, I shared with you what happened with the aunt not that long ago, and the one thing that caught my attention, it says that, his name is Adam Hamilton, and he wrote Making Sense of the Bible, and it's, to me, it caught my attention that says that a suggestion that God does not inflict cruelty and suffering to teach us any more than you would do something cruel and hurtful to those you love to reach them for something. But when suffering comes, God the Father forces good to come from it, when or if we allow it. Every experience of hardship or suffering is, by its very nature, an opportunity to learn something. Apostle Paul noted this in Romans chapter 5, it says, we also boast in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope. But he doesn't say that God the Father sent the sufferings for this purpose, instead, when suffering comes, it is not wasted by God the Father, but instead put to good use.

Now, I know that, you know, in the book of Romans chapter 8, it talks about the sufferings that we go through, but it talks about the future glory that we're going to inherit, which I am thankful for, because I turn to Truth Radio to listen to people like you or, you know, the pastors, David Jeremiah or Pastor Don Wilton, I enjoy turning to that because I get digestively fed. I like that, Clay. I mean, what a great idea. You turn the dial.

Well, I mean, well played, Clay, I gotta tell you, that's well played. I really like that. Or you tune. Not only do you turn for something, but you tune in to something.

Oh, man. There you go. So, you know, my heartfelt thought is, I'm thankful for Truth Radio. I really do, when I talk to people, share with them about turning into the truth, turning the truth radio about... Oh, wait till you hear about hiding, because just get ready, Clay, because I've got it for you, okay? So stay tuned.

And I gotta run, but I will tell you that it's gonna be good, man. You're gonna see that hiding's a critical part of what we get to do. Well, I'm thankful that you're doing this, because remember, that loop thing is also a circle of trust.

And remember, in the movie, meet the parents that talk about that circle of trust. And that's what we have with each other when we come to know the Lord. I like that. When we come to tune ourselves. And so, I mean, you know, I could go on and on, but I don't wanna hold you up.

But to me, it's about turning, not only turning, but tuning. You got it. That's beautiful. Thank you, Clay. We need your calls.

866-348-7884. When did you turn to the church to hide? We're gonna get into this hiding thing. What are you talking about, Robbie? Well, hiding's a big deal.

We gotta be able to do it. Let's be right back. When did you turn to the church to hide? Yes, that's what we're talking about today, and we would love your story. When did you turn to the church to hide?

866-348-7884. So many know that I do a podcast every day, and in that podcast, I've been doing the 119th Psalm. It's at Christian Car Guy, by the way.

ChristianCarguy.com. And to the 113th verse is the beginning of the Psalmic. In the Psalmic, if you were to look at your wedding ring, if you got one, there you go. It's a circle.

It's just like that. And it's the idea of a wheel, but it's all those things that we talked about. And so I know from studying this Psalm and what God's given me is that there's a format. There's eight verses on every letter, and those eight verses are the eight faces of that letter.

And you may know that not only is every word of the Bible Jesus, every letter, every jot, every tittle of the Bible is Jesus. And so the beautiful thing about Hebrew is they're all pictures, and these pictures are pictures of Jesus. So we have eight pictures that are in each verse of pictures of Jesus. And they happen to fall on the order of the anointing, in my opinion, that we see in Isaiah chapter 11, which is just a fundamental thing in my world.

Isaiah chapter 11 says that the Spirit of the Lord is going to be upon the Christ, and He's going to be given the Spirit of wisdom and the Spirit of understanding and the Spirit of counsel and of might and a knowledge, fear of the Lord and a delight in the fear of the Lord. So there's seven, and the eighth is the miracle, because on the eighth day is when the temple's cleansed and when a child was circumcised and all that. It's the miracle verse. So you've got the seven anointings, and then you've got the miracle of the letter. So every single letter that we know—it's a formatting as I sit down to study this—to go, okay, the first verse is going to be the wisdom of the letter of the Psalm, and the second verse is going to be the understanding of that wisdom, with wisdom being this idea of a conscious thing that you can realize, but to apply it is to show that you have understanding. So what is the wisdom of the Psalm, the circle, and then what is the understanding of that circle? Now, if you read this in Hebrew, as I did, and I try to give you the best Robbie translation I can give you, here is the first that would be the wisdom of the letter Psalm, and it says, lopped off branches I hate, but thy law do I love.

And that threw me. I got to tell you, I spent a week on this verse of going to Bible study, asking everybody, do you have a clue, you know, what this—lopped off branches. And if you read it in the King James Version, it says vain thoughts I hate. In other versions, it says divisive thoughts I hate, but thy law do I love. But when you look at it, in Isaiah, you know, 33 uses the same word, it says, Behold, the Lord of hosts shall lop off the bough with terror, and the high ones of statues shall be hewn down.

The haughty, you know, are going to be cut down. So interestingly, and I'm so blessed, that I have a Bible study I do with my neighborhood every Saturday. You know, fun, after I do my show tonight at five o'clock, I'm going to be in this Bible study. So I sit down to do the Bible study last week, I've been thinking, thinking, thinking on this psalm, like, what is God—all these people are praying for me. Actually, Robbie, I hope you can learn what that wisdom of that verse is, because you clearly know it's going to be wisdom.

But what is it? And so I sit down to read the Bible study I'm going to do on Saturday, and it's John chapter 14, it says, I am the vine and you are the branches. And immediately, if you could see in my head, it was going off like a Roman candle, like, oh my gosh, I know what it means. It means that, oh, when we break off from the vine, that's what he hated.

Of course, of course. Now, read the second verse and you'll see this is the understanding behind that piece of wisdom, that of course the lion is waiting for you, by the way, to isolate. He's waiting for you to be a broken branch, because when you're in the crowd, you see, you're hard to get to. But when you're out all by your own, you know, there you're a lopped-off branch, and man, that's going to go bad for you. So now, the second verse is critical, because here's an application that would go with that understanding. And this is the part that I think is critical to understand.

It says, thou art my hiding place and my shield, I hope in thy word. In other words, if I am in fact in the vine, and oh, by the way, since what happened in the garden, what happened immediately to Adam? What did he want to do as soon as he got naked? Of course, he was naked originally, but as soon as he realized he got naked, what do he want to do? He wanted to hide, right? And so whenever things go on in your life that make you feel naked, whatever it is, your immediate response is you want to do what? Hide.

We got it with the fall, okay? And so what the psalmist is telling us here, and he understood this well, that in order to stay connected to the vine, this idea of the circle of trust as Clay pointed out, or to continue to roll, roll, roll, you know, in order to stay with this, here's the understanding of the letter psalmic, right? The understanding is, the church, Christ, is my hiding place.

This is where I can go. And oh, by the way, it's the concept of if you get into a crowd, you're harder to spot from the enemy. It just is.

But then also, if he needs to be your shield, he will be that too. So there's your wisdom, and there's your understanding, and of course, I would still love your stories, 866-348-7884, 86634 truth. So here's the counsel. So there's the wisdom, there's understanding.

You want to hear this? This is some counsel, some great counsel, by the way. It says, Depart from me, you evildoers, for I will keep the commandments of my God. In other words, if you want some counsel on how to stay in the psalmic, how to stay in the circle, how to stay as part of the body of Christ, right? You've got to stay away from the people that would lead you to break off your branch.

I mean, they just would. And then it goes, and here we're going to get into the idea of this circle that I told you is an arch, and it supports you. So there's your—we talked about your wisdom, understanding, counsel. Now here's the strength, here's the might that would be the anointing of the psalmic right here. It says, Uphold me unto thy word that I may live, and let me not be ashamed of my hope. In other words, here we are, and I don't know if you've ever been there where you're just wondering, like, is this all for whatever?

Is this real? And you're starting to feel a little bit ashamed of the hope that you have? Well, here's where we turn back again to where we should get our strength. This is where we're going to get upheld, is where, because what's happening right now, unfortunately—and Darien and I talked about this during the break—what's happening as a result of COVID is fewer and fewer and fewer people are turning to the body of Christ for support because they're isolated, right? What's happened to church membership, Jerry? Yeah, I mean, what we're talking about is doing the polar opposite of what God would have us, what Christ would have us do, you know?

He wants to wrap his arms around us and pull us tight and say, I'm walking this journey with you. But we allow Satan, and it may not—we can see, as Christians, you say, there's Satan, I can see it. But so many times we don't see Satan. We don't see how Satan is involved in, you know, how Satan is able to use the pandemic. You know, we talked about churches.

It's reason to divide the church, how Satan is able to use politics and the social issues we go to where, you know what? It can all change if we do one thing, and that's sit there and filter all of our emotions and all of our thought process through God's Word, because when we go back and do that, it changes the whole perspective. It's not what man says or what this situation says. It's really what does our Lord and Savior say? What does God say? What does God say that's going to get us through this?

And the biggest thing is staying within Him, stay attached, still be part of the divine, know where our energy comes from, know where our strength, most importantly, know where our hope comes from. Right, right. I can't even imagine my life. I really can't. If I hadn't gone to that Bible study last Saturday and I was with all these wonderful believers, I wouldn't imagine my life.

I didn't have my Sunday school class. I can't imagine my life if I didn't meet with you guys like that to do the Christian Car Guy show and all the different ways that we're connected in this body, like that call from Bob right this week, that we got a chance to lift each other up. I mean, it's just like, man. And as you talk about the full circle, that is a snapshot of that.

That's a beautiful snapshot, a terrible situation. But somebody can see through Bob how God will get you to the other end of it. Man, are there struggles? Are there valleys?

Are there mountains? Is there pitfalls that seem like you can never conquer them? But God also shows, yeah, I can walk you through it. So call us 866-348-7884 with your story. So when did you turn to the church to hide? We would love to hear your story.

866-348-7884. Of course, the Jesus labor love that car repair labor for single moms, widows, and families in crisis, it's designed for that very purpose, right, Jerry? That people that want to turn when they got car trouble or whatever, that didn't know where else to go, they turn.

You know, as you say that, I just want to just take just a moment. Man, I would encourage everybody to go on to Christian Car Guy Radio, look for the link for Jesus' labor of love. There's so many opportunities to be able to serve just from what takes very, it's a huge commitment and very powerful.

But it's kind of something people overlook is just being part of the prayer team and stuff. Man, when you're in a crisis and we depend, we're a culture that depends on cars. If you're sitting out there listening to this station and listening this morning, just think about opening your front door and not being a car out there or not being one that you can hop in and go to the store to buy your milk and eggs and bread before the winter storm hits and the snow hits.

You don't have that option. You've got kids in the room back there that are dependent on you, man, that's hard. So it's one of the opportunities that we have here and Christian Car Guy, but right now I'm pretty excited, Jerry, because we have Sarah Linda is back with us from Washington. We haven't heard from Sarah Linda. Wow. Good morning, Sarah Linda.

How are you? Oh, fine. You know, we've been through, we're doing how we have a storm like that, but we didn't have had just recently, you know, the snow, the rain, you know, the snow and not being able to go and everything like that. And anyway, we're over that now for a little while.

We don't know, you know, we get it once in a while. But anyway, I was so excited. I was intending to sometimes I don't wake up in time.

And my daughter, I guess, isn't she isn't awake yet either. But here anyway, I started to hear you a little late this morning. And I was so excited about what you and I started searching and, and you know, I wrote, wrote, and I tried to write everything down. And, and anyway, I want to write it to you what I got. But I anyway, I've lost the address through all the what's been going on here.

But anyway, I'd like to get that again. And it I realized I had to search and I realized how, when I'd add my stroke, you know, I was, you know, I heard that story. But anyway, I was 18. And then I met my sweetheart at art at the university when I was 19. And then I met his grandparents.

That's when I really began to see and find the circle of, of the, really the church in full in their home. And I started writing about it, but I didn't get time to finish. And I'd like to send it to you. Oh, please do. You need my address. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Okay.

Well, if you got a pen or anybody wants to write me, we would love for you to do it. It's okay. It's 4405.

4405. Providence. Like it's Providence that you called us today.

Oh, all right. Wow. Providence Lane. Yeah. Lane.

What a blessing. Sweet D. So we're in Sweet D. And of course, you just put, Truth Broadcasting, 4405, Providence Lane, Sweet D, Winston-Salem. Oh, Sweet D. Oh, Sweet D. Winston-Salem, right?

I gotta watch my hearing. Yeah, that's okay. D as in David. Sweet D. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Oh, Winston-Salem, Salem. North Carolina. North Carolina.

Okay. And C, which is 27106. Wait, 27? 106.

106. 27106. There you go.

27106. Oh, right. Oh, my. Well, Sarah, Linda, I am anxious to get your letter, because I've been wondering, and I keep praying, and God's continued to bless you. You're always such a blessing to us, and I love the idea of, wow, your in-laws and their family and being connected to your husband and all that, that is like if our family isn't a part of the church, then, you know, it's just not, it isn't right, right?

That's a beautiful— And my family, yeah, my family wasn't, but his family was, and oh, what a blessing. Oh, my, my. That's so beautiful. Thank you, Lord. Thank you for calling in. God bless.

I look forward to your letter. Okay. Thank you. Bye-bye. God bless you. Bye-bye. All right, we got Miss J.

You're on the Christian Car Guys show. Good morning. Thank you for waiting. Good morning. How are you? I am wonderful.

What have you got for us? We were talking about hiding, you know, when we went to the church at night. As you know, I have so many testimonies. This testimony was when I was originally from Trenton, New Jersey, but I've been down here in Greensboro, North Carolina for a while, and my husband took me from New Jersey to other states, because he was in the military at the time. So when the marriage ended, it was such a shameful thing for me, and I did not want to go back home. I was abandoned here in Greensboro from my husband after five and a half years of marriage, and it was very painful. And so I was watching, listening to a television show, and I think it was TLB or TCB or something, one of those channels, and they had given a word about somebody who was in great pain and great hurt that just happened to them, and they were saying, you can always go to the church. So there was a church on the corner, so that's where I actually went, at the church I had never been to before, and that was me not really knowing God either, but feeling abandoned. I didn't want to go back home. My family was trying to tell me to go back home, but I felt like such a failure that I did not want to take that back to them, and I wanted to try and make it before I go back. I ran to the church, and the church, they did help me out, but my pride unfortunately stopped me, because they collected $76 for me, and then I ended up standing in one of the church members' homes with my two children, and because of my pride, I didn't want to stay in her house anymore, and I went to a shelter.

So it was just like a snowball effect there. Really, we only have about a minute left, but boy, what a story. I hate that it's got to come, but tell us what happened. I left from there, a blessing came, and I went and got my own place again, and started over again. It was like the Spirit of God was playing chess with me, and it was like I was sitting there playing chess with him.

I didn't quite was in the church, but I was reading the Word of God, and I did say to him, I make a commitment to him, you get me out of this, I'm going to try and do better. So what I did start doing was start to read the Word, even though I didn't understand everything at the time. So it's like I was playing chess with him, and he was playing it with me, and he was like, you know what your problem is? You think I'm a mere man. You think I'm so much more than that. I'm everything to you, and I'm trying to share that with you. And then it was like, over a period of time, it became a chess game after a while, and he started saying, give me what's behind your back, the things I was still hiding from him. So it started with me, it started from me there.

So I would call it in. Absolutely beautiful. Thank you. This game, I call it shame of her village. I know that feeling.

Yeah, I think we all do. Thank you for calling in. We're out of time. Jerry, thank you.

And by the way, I do have my name on the list for the car, and I am one of those ones who has to wait for people to take me to the store. Oh, yeah. So we're praying. We need to be praying for that by all means. Thank you.

Thank you for calling in. God bless. And we appreciate your prayers for The Christian Car Guy Show. And remember, slow down. Jesus walked everywhere he went, got it all done in 33 years. And we're so grateful for your calls, and you're listening to The Christian Car Guy Show This is the Truth Network.
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