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Deep Cries To Deep

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August 20, 2022 12:09 pm

Deep Cries To Deep

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August 20, 2022 12:09 pm

Today, Robby discusses the depth of the Pslam for the sons of Korah. Also by asking that question of "When were you so low that you had no choice but to cry out for God?" Listen and be blessed me the deep hope we have in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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Welcome to the Christian Car Guy radio show. I say this calls for action and now. All who are thirsty.

All who are weak. Come to the fountain. Dip your heart in the stream. Let the pain and sorrow be washed away.

The waves of His mercy. As deep goes out to deep. We sing, come Lord Jesus. Deep cries to deep today on the Christian Car Guy show.

I love that, don't you Jerry? Deep does cry to deep. And so you might have heard Rango in the very beginning about those thirsty rascals. And then it was the Beatles, right? I got a feeling deep inside.

And then of course, Bento Brown with All Who Are Thirsty. And you know what a neat song that is and it really speaks to the 42nd Psalm. And so, today's show is brought to you, as always, by some Hebrew and I picked two letters that go together very uniquely.

It is a gimel, which is this idea of something big and huge, gigantic, so to speak, and then a lamet. And when you put those two together, you get the idea of rollers, of billows. In the 42nd Psalm, when they talk about billows or waves, there are the two letters that you put those together and you get that. And interestingly, that second letter, lamed, is the same word letter that begins the word heart, because your heart cries out for God.

And so your heart is a natural billower, just saying. And so, the other thing we're going to talk about today on today's show is that accident happens and immediately many things are upon you because you're in deep trouble. And we want to know deep down, do you know who you're going to call? Do you know what you're going to do? Do you know the steps that you need to take when, you know...

In the middle of a crisis, it can put you in a bad situation. All right, so to quote the seventh verse from the 42nd Psalm, it says, Deep calls unto deep, but the noise of thy waterspouts, all thy waves, and thy billows have gone over me. And when you hear that, you can't help but think of the same words that Jonah cried out, and he was down there deep, and he was in the belly of the fish, right?

And interestingly, he used that same word, gimelamet, that idea of billows. And so, the very, very deep thing about the 42nd Psalm, just to begin with, it's a song for the sons of Korah. Now, who?

Like what? How could there be a psalm for the people who all went down in the pit buried alive in Korah's rebellion, right? If you don't remember, all his sons went down with him in the pit, so how could there be any sons from Korah? And so, then there's some deep questions just to begin with when you begin the psalm, and then if Samuel was here, right? The prophet Samuel, he could tell us, because guess what? He was one of the sons of Korah. I mean, according to 1 Chronicles 6, if you look at that, you'll see that's his lineage. Like, what?

How did that happen? That's pretty deep just to begin with. And, you know, it had me wondering, as the beginning of the psalm, right, you're very, very famous as the deer pants for water. It's interesting that this psalm has so much to do with water in so many different ways, but the deer originally starts out panning for water, and it's really almost so deep that we get the idea, what? I don't understand this.

I mean, honestly, I look at it all the time. I don't really understand, and I think it's okay, but there's one thing I do understand, and it's the last verse, and I want to go into that for a second, because here's the last verse if I read it to you. It says, this is the last verse, 40-second psalm, Why art thou cast down all my soul, and why art thou disquieted within me? And it says, Hope thou in God, and he used a beautiful word for hope there, for I shall yet praise him, which that word is yada in Hebrew, and it's the word that begins the word Judah. When you hear the word Jew, it means we're praising God. I mean, I'm going to praise him, Yehuda.

I mean, that's the idea of praise. Who is, and it's pretty cool when you think, because he says Judah, and then he says, who is Yeshua? Okay, that word health, because he says, who is the health of my countenance? That's his face. Who is the Yeshua of my face? Who's Jesus of my face?

I mean, that's exactly what he said. This son of Korah, whoever it was who wrote this psalm, right, long, long, long, long, long before Jesus appeared on the earth, is telling us that when he was down and the deep cried to deep, the thing that brought him this health was Jesus. And that is just spectacular to me. You know, when we sit there and we dive into and really dig deep into Old Testament, you know, and this is something we all know, but it's just as you start pulling those nuggets out of how everything points to Christ, I mean, man, that's just, that gets me excited. Oh, it does.

And the whole idea of Gimel Lamed is a role, right? And you think about the waves. I want you to see what I see a little bit here. If you've ever been in deep, deep, deep, deep pain, the pain came in waves. If you've had a child, I'll bet you know what I'm talking about, right? Those are birth pains, and they come in waves. Or, you know, when I had a brain abscess, nothing you want, and my brain was swelling in my skull and they had to get me into emergency surgery and I was having waves of pain.

All the painkillers in the world were not helping that particular pain of all the pains I've experienced. That came in waves. And talk about something that was billowing over me that was just more than you could possibly imagine, but God sent.

He did. A lady who was in my Sunday school class, and she just stood there. She knew. And she just held my hand. And I knew that I knew that I knew that what was holding my hand was Jesus. Like, you were going through this.

You know, you're in it, but you're going to come out on the other side of it, you know? And I've thought about it many, many times that the solution for the billowing of the pain that is going on, it is and will be always Jesus. But in some ways, Jerry, the pain of the heart is much worse than that, right? So you had a chance to do a funeral this week that really spoke to that. Yeah, I had an aunt who passed away, and this side of my family, within the past, this is the third death in three years of first a father, then their brother, and now their mom. And the hurt was, as I was trying to, as we were talking and just watching and witnessing, it was so deep.

I mean, it was almost where at that point I realized, you know, they hadn't really grieved the first death of losing their father, when all of a sudden they lose a brother at young age, much younger than me, have a heart attack, and then now their mom. And so the one thing, as I was telling Robbie earlier, you know, at a funeral you always want to make sure you honor the person who you've lost and stuff. But also it was just so important to me to make sure that through that service, that the hope in Jesus Christ, you know, it was just important that that was part of it.

Because without that, I mean, that hurt just grows and grows and grows. And really, as you mentioned, talking about the, you know, with your, you know, the swell in the brain and the woman holding your hand, how you felt Christ in that. You know, it was Christ in that because He supplied that comfort through her.

And you know what? Unless we understand that and know who Christ is, and have Him already in our heart, then it's hard for somebody to even understand that. So I had sort of, over the last bit and over the last few years, it's became almost my call, I feel, to make sure that I talk more about what Christ, the love of Christ can do and stuff, and use that as an avenue to bring people to Jesus Christ. Because if they don't understand that, they can't see any hope, they can't see any good out of death, they can't see any good out of illnesses. Because this side of heaven, we can't see it. We've got to always focus on what Christ has in store for us.

Right, because the stone was rolled away. He came out, you know, when He paid for all this stuff. So that we could have this relationship and we could. Of course, we want to hear your stories of when you're deep pride to deep, 866-348-788-486634 truth will be back with much more. You're listening to the Truth Network and Why, you're just as dried up in parts as a jackrabbit in July. We'd be thirsty. Real thirsty. I've got a feeling, a feeling deep inside, oh yeah. As deep cries out to thee, we say, come Lord Jesus, come. Deep cries to deep today on the Christian Car Guys show, and when did that happen to you?

We would love to take your calls, 866-348-7884, the billows were coming over you, they were rolling over you. And fortunately for you, you had that relationship with Jesus and you did cry out, right? And the waves of His mercy as I like the way that that are going to overcome, you know, that, that, that stone gets rolled away. And I was telling Jerry during the break that, you know, I had an amazing relationship with my dad. And of course I have, you know, great faith that he was in heaven and all this stuff.

But when he died, I was, I was on my knees on numerous occasions because it hurts so bad. I, it just, it grabbed me in ways that my heart knew, but my head did not expect. And I, I can just remember that, that wave coming over me, like where is this coming from? Because I knew like, I'm going to see him again. This isn't, you know, but oh my gosh, there was no doubt that what was in my heart was waves and waves of, of billows.

That's the best way I know to put it, of that gimelama over my heart. 866-348-7884. We have a real treat for you right now in that we have Robert Reed calling and Robert is a missionary to Africa. And I got the coolest email from him this week and he has a deep need. Since we're talking about deep, crying to deep today, welcome Robert. Hello. So how wonderful that he contacted me, that you have a unique opportunity for someone who loves cars and loves Jesus.

Yes, Robbie, thank you so much for taking my call. We indeed, I work for a wonderful mission hospital that we supported out in rural West Africa. And we have a need for someone who loves cars, loves fixing mechanical stuff, could be small engines, who may feel a call to serve God and to tell others about Christ, but may not feel like a preacher. We need a good mechanic, someone who loves Jesus with all their heart, and who would like to use their skills to help build God's kingdom in a part of the world where there is huge need. So I was very intrigued by your show. As I'm listening today, I just wanted to ask you if you think that a call to being a mechanic is as important or equally important as someone who's called maybe to preach the gospel. I'm going to say yeah. You know what, it's the same.

Jerry, my co-host this morning is the owner and operator of Ray's Body Shop and record service. So it's a ministry in a huge way in so many different ways, isn't it, for people here? Yeah, and I think that's what God wants us to do is use our talent. He doesn't call us all to be ministers. He doesn't call us all to be doctors. He doesn't call us all to be radio personalities like Robbie.

He gives us a platform, and you know what, it's important that we use it to build the kingdom. Yeah, and I absolutely know of so many godly mechanics that they have a gifting of understanding mechanical. And you know this in Body Shop. It's amazing to watch these people, they know in their souls somehow what's going on inside that engine, what's going on in that transmission. And I've seen them tear into a transmission something that really buffaloes me mechanically, honestly, when you think about an automatic transmission and the catalytic, I mean the torque converter and all the valve body. There's so many parts inside of an automatic transmission it blows my mind.

But these guys, man, they dive into it, they understand the electronics of it, they understand the mechanical aspects of it. And so if you have that, right, and you've been praying, like, God, how could you use me? And this intrigues you, like, man, I don't know, maybe God put it on your heart. Robert and I have been praying this week for you, that you would reach out and contact me. If you go to, you'll find my email address, it's, if you ever wondered. And I always love to get emails, but it's just like R for Robbie and then Dilmore, D-I-L-M-O-R-E, at

Simple enough. You email me, say, Robbie, I think I'm the man for Robert, I will get you up with him. And you guys can figure out what details, how that goes from there, right, Robert? Because right now, you're just looking for some availability, right?

Yes, sir, that's correct. We need someone who's available, and they may be sitting there thinking, I would love to do this, but I never knew how. Well, here's an opportunity, and I'll tell you, it will change your life. We've seen people's lives really change and come alive when they follow this call that God has for them.

I want to just say one thing, because you said it will change your life. And Robbie will agree with me on this, I feel, and anybody who's ever been on a mission trip will also feel this, either long-term or short-term. Really, you go to see how God is going to work through you to change other people's lives, and He does, and it's amazing to see. But sometimes the biggest change and the most amazing change in how God works is in the lives of those that go. Being able to just feel like they're serving our Lord and making an impact, it changes you also. Right, it's the connection that you feel as you go off on this adventure with God.

He is going to expand your comfort zone. I would imagine rural West Africa, they're going to be working on some, I would think, motorcycles and bicycles and all sorts of different vehicles that need that, like you said, small engine repair. Yes, we actually have a hospital that we work on, it's a mission hospital. And so there's lots of vehicles, motorbikes, equipment for building, small engines, lawnmowers, you name it, generators. So it's a mechanic's playground, if they're interested. They will have so much fun. A mechanic's playground, there you go.

And probably you don't have the most parts supply hanging around every corner, you can't go to Napa and get something. Innovation, innovation. Well, thank you, Robert, I appreciate you calling in so much. And when we come back, we need your deep cries to deep story. We thank you for Robert, and God bless. Have a great week, Robert. Thank you. Thank you. Bye.

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Real thirsty. So deep cries to deep today on the Christian Car Guys show. What do those billows come over you in waves of pain or emotional or physical, however that worked out. And then the waves of mercy that are described there, which, you know, overabounded. I like that word in Romans, right, that mercy overabounded. So, you know, grace can roll away some amazing amount of stuff. And how did that work out in your life, 866-348-7884? You know how I love your stories, and I need them. I guarantee you there's a lot of stories out there that are sitting right on this side of this phone.

Right. And so you'd have no idea how you could bless so many people and really show God all. I mean, let people see what an amazing God. Because somebody could be sitting there right now on the edge of, you know, I need to know about this Jesus. I don't have somebody to call to when the waves come. And that's what would be more cool than meeting that person in heaven someday, that when you got on the radio and told that story, it changed everything.

866-348-7884. So the accident happens, right? And we learned all too hard a lesson many times that, you know, we experienced this in my family. Mariah had that accident a few weeks ago. And all of a sudden, all sorts of things were happening.

In her case, OnStar responded, called an ambulance, right? And so the police are coming. Those two calls may seem obvious to you. But then all of a sudden, you're going to need to know some other information. And that's going to be really critical. And so if you've got a daughter who's going off to college, or son even, or anybody in your family that needs to know immediately what happens when this happens, that all of a sudden, they're thrown into a situation where they have to do a lot of adulting, and they have to do it really fast, and it helps if down deep, deep, they know what's going on. So I told this story to Jerry. I think it's appropriate that when I was selling cars in Raleigh, I got a call one time from a guy, I think it was in Maryland.

His daughter was going to NC State. And at that point in time, I was the general sales manager of Royal Pontiac, back when they had Pontiacs. And this man called me, and he said, I want to buy my daughter a Grand Am. And, well, I'm going to pay sticker price for it in the agreement that my daughter has your phone number in her cell phone. So that if she needs anything for that car, whether it's an accident or whatever in the world, that she has, like, dial 1-800-ROBBY. And, you know, at the time, I thought this was genius, because, you know, sticker price, it wasn't $1,300 worth of markup in a Grand Am.

So maybe he paid $700, $800 more than somebody else, maybe, okay? But he had way more peace of mind, because he had me lock slot. In other words, if that girl called me, which I think she only did twice in the entire time she was in college, I mean, she had my complete attention, and she was going to get whatever resources that I had available. Being in the car business, I had a lot of resources. And that's what you need, you know, in that moment of truth, right, Jerry?

And so you can't harp on this enough, can you? Yeah, no, this is one of the soapboxes for me is, you know, people need to make sure they know what they're going to do in a crisis. You're in an accident, you're in a breakdown, a flat tire, run out of gas, lock your keys in the car, sitting in the middle of an intersection butted up against another car. You're in a crisis, and then all of a sudden, as you said, all these questions come at you. The officers are going to ask you, do you have a tow company?

Do you know where you want it towed to? And then the other piece is just trying to ask you what happened in the accident. So you've got a lot coming at you, and if you don't already have that kind of thought through and a plan laid out, it can cost you a whole lot of money, a lot of aggravation. And the other piece of it it can do, it can also get it where there's discrepancies on what is said and stuff.

So you need to just kind of have that already in the process. And one thing I want to throw out there, too, besides rehearsing this with your family, the one thing you really need to rehearse is that, for goodness sakes, make sure they know they need to call the police. I don't know how many times a person that, well, you know, let's not call the insurance companies. It's going to, you know, call the police.

It's going to make our insurance go up and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And boy, oh boy, oh boy, we have horror stories. When everybody drives away from the scene, all the stories change. And it's just, it happens. I see it in our shop with people coming in for estimates and stuff where it happens.

I mean, every week there's somebody who has one of those stories. And that's horrible. Your children, yourself, your wife, stop, drop, and roll. Call the police. You know, have the record company that you're going to call, have the insurance agent that you're going to call, or the insurance company. You know, in my case, my family all has a nationwide roadside assistance number right there in their speed dial.

In other words, all these things are reversed and known so that down deep, when you really need to call on somebody, you can call on somebody. But I'm so excited because we've got Beth in Ohio who has a story for us. So, Beth, you're on the Christian Car Guy show. Good morning. Hi. Hi, I'm so grateful for your call.

I wasn't going to call, but then I felt like maybe I could share something that would be encouraging. Our son, he got accepted Christ and got baptized when he was about 10 years old. And as he grew up, he played in the worship team along with his dad at church. And he got into music, and a short version of it is that he moved away to another town and was playing music with a lot of different bands, not Christian. And he fell away or wasn't practicing his Christianity. And we questioned whether or not his Christianity was real or his conversion. But we prayed for him, and I felt like God had given me not an actual vision, but a faith that he was going to come back to him.

And tragically, he killed himself. And when we were praying for him, I had thought a lot about, for whatever reason that verse came to me a lot, the deep calls on the deep. My son was a very deep, compassionate thinker, and I always just was really moved by that verse for him.

And I'm not very artistic, but I thought about making some kind of a piece of artwork for him that had that verse on it. And when he did pass away, God gave us numerous reassurances. But one of them was that verse that the deepness of God's Spirit and the deepness of my son's spirit could call out to one another, even in those last moments.

And that we could trust that God is good and that my son, that his conversion was real. And we were also able to share that verse at his funeral, and many, many of his friends came who were not Christians. And we were able to share that with them so that they are also a lot of deep thinkers, that they could know when that deepness of their soul is calling out to some other deepness, that that is the Holy Spirit. And I believe, I don't have access to the verse right this moment, but I believe that in that chapter, there's something that talks about enemies of God. And we were able to tell them, because they feel like enemies of the Christians. And I told them that, you know, at the funeral, they are not the enemy, and that the enemy comes to kill, steal, and destroy, but they were greatly loved.

That is so beautiful, Beth. I have to tell you that that particular verse actually talks about the reproach of his enemies, which the reproach is almost always connected to this idea of rolling away. In other words, the stone was rolled away so that we would have forgiveness of sin, so that your son would be free from guilt to be in the presence of Jesus, as were all those people that heard his story and the deep... You could not have put it more beautifully, Beth, how the deep place in us that we really don't even understand calls to a deep place in God. And it's beyond our understanding, isn't it?

Right, it sure is. That's one of the many things that have given us a lot of assurance and comfort since his passing. And we're not seeing it the way we had hoped to see it, but it is still affecting his friends, and we still pray for them. It's been going on for years, and in our minds we had hoped that there would be a lot of them that were responding to Jesus, and we're not seeing that like we had hoped, but God isn't finished yet.

No, he's not. And Jerry and I were talking during the break about how critical it is as people come to know Christ, that they get in his word, so they have a source of assurance, right? That they begin to get that thirst.

There's no quenching your thirst every day if you don't get some water. And so, wow, this will be a call I will always remember, Beth. I cannot believe your courage for calling and ensuring that, but thank you, thank you, thank you, and we'll be back.

You're welcome. God bless you. You're listening to the Truth Network and While you're just as dried up and parched as a jackrabbit in July, we'd be thirsty.

Real thirsty. 🎶 Deep cries to deep today on the Christian Car Guys show, and let me just tell you, if you missed the call that we just had from Beth in Ohio, man, you got to go get the podcast and hear that. I don't think I'll ever be the same, the power of what she had to say about deep cries to deep. And if you knew the story of how this was the topic for today's show, it really blows my mind.

I am just struck at how amazing God is in these deep cries to deep. So we have Deborah is in Seattle. Deborah, you're on the Christian Car Guys show. Good morning, Deborah. Oh, good morning. It is morning here in Seattle.

Oh, it really is there. And I'm so grateful you get up early and listen. That's so kind of you. Oh, well, thank you. I don't always get up early.

I actually have a Zoom meeting soon with an international group all over the world. So I'm hoping I've got the right time zone or whatever. But yes. So that story that I heard just before, it touched me because I know of a similar story. And when the pastor gave the sermon, he I think he went off script and they were such brilliant, comforting words, because he said, I think we all want to imagine ourselves as the saints, but, you know, just kind of go happily into heaven and, you know, confidently and happily into heaven. And he said, but there are some who who are so weary that they they just, you know, are just crumpled and God reaches down and pulls them up into heaven. I just thought that's brilliant because there's so many people, you know, just discouraged and depressed and but their faith is there even at the last moment.

So that story kind of took me off topic a bit, but it was beautiful. Oh, wasn't it? Yes.

Yes. So my deep calls to deep, I have a few of them, but I was not a Christian in my 20s and I got married and we couldn't get pregnant. And I was it was everywhere. People were pregnant around me. And I finally was at a tea party. And the mother, who was very Christian, she said, I know who created everything and I will pray to him for you.

I thought, OK, why not? I didn't think I could, but I trusted her and I did get pregnant. So that was one deep calling to deep and I didn't quite know who I was calling to. But then I got very sick and I was in the hospital recovering and I had this terrible dream about the end of the world. And I called the night nurse because it was so painful.

I was in pain and the dream was painful. And that nurse in the night, it was dark, but the hallway was light. And she leaned up against the door and she said, I don't worry about those things because I have my Jesus. And it was just etched into my memory.

Wow. Because she had the light behind her and the silhouette. And I've just never forgotten it because I was searching.

I was into New Age and Shirley MacLaine. But when she said that, it was like a pillar of something to hold on to. So, yeah, he came after you with two different real believers who really displayed their faith in a moment when you were, when you were looking at it. And I can't help but think of one of my favorite verses in the 119 Psalms.

I remember thy name in the night, O Lord, and kept thy law. I mean, as I see that nurse standing in there in the shade of the light and sharing those words that you deeply needed to hear, straight from Jesus's mouth, right? Yes. Yes.

Isn't that beautiful? Wow. It was. It was amazing. And then when I moved from Canada to Portland, I got surrounded by so many Christian people. It was shocking to me. They all talked, they talked about God, like brushing their teeth or something. It was so common. So I was surrounded and I ended up going to the church that Luis Palau was an elder in.

I don't know if you know who he is, but he was an evangelist. And so, and then two more little events. I was on the ski hill. I'm not a ski hill person, but my husband loves skiing. So I'm on my own on a very steep hill in Whistler and I fall and it's a big fall.

It's just a big mess. And one man comes up and he stays, he blocks me so I can stand up. He said, I'm here, I won't leave you.

I thought, that's like an angel. And I did get up, I got uprighted and he said, are you okay? And then he skied down. I thought that was, I was deep in the snow.

Right, right, right, right. I get you. So anyway, and then the last one was when my father died, you mentioned your father dying and how devastating it is when you just love that person so much. I had to fly back and I was in JFK airport with my daughter and I was lost in grief and I was lost in direction, not knowing, and an airline pilot just, you know, just in the uniform. And he asked me, are you okay? And I said, no, I'm so lost.

And he asked me, where am I going? And he walked me right there. It was like an angel. It was really amazing to me. I've never forgotten that either. Well, you know, what's amazing to me as I hear all those, Deborah, and I'm sure it's amazing to Jerry too, is you saw every one of those of what it was. I mean, I mean, we all have those things in our life, unfortunately.

We don't recognize who's knocking. But the beautiful thing is I listen to each of those, which is well worth it from my perspective, is because in each case you gave credit where credit was due. It was Jesus coming after you from a deep place when he knew you were in deep trouble. Right. Yeah.

Yeah. Absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much for calling in and for sharing all those wonderful deep places.

Deborah, God bless you and good luck with your Zoom meeting. Oh, thank you. Thank you.

I'm getting to be more awake. All right. Thank you. So I want to remind you one more time about my friend Robert Reed, cause needs a mechanic that wants to be a missionary in Africa.

If you have that gifting and you feel that call in your life, maybe you weren't here here for that part of the store show. We need a mechanic that wants to go on a mission to West Africa. And you can email me at rdilmore at or just go to and you can find all my contact information there. There are at Christian Car Guy the 10 things that Jerry wrote about what to do if your car is an accident and the things you need to teach your children. Well, right.

And your whole family. So we want to make you sure that resource. So anyway, the reason that I was on this gimel lamed, the idea of rolling is I've been studying the Song of Solomon and the last podcast I did. It's called a hunk, a hunk of burning love, because in the section where he's talking about my bride is a garden enclosed. Well, then he actually says she's a billow.

It doesn't say there's a gimel lamed. It says spring, but she's a she's a billow that we are somehow or another a wave of that. And so if you think about it, it's a hunk, a hunk of burning love, just saying. And it's right there in my podcast page on my whole podcast on the Song of Solomon. So thank you so much for listening and for joining us today. And these calls, Jerry, we'll never forget them. Oh, absolutely. God working, baby. God working. This is the Truth Network.
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