Resilient Radio PODCAST: Season 1 Episode 3: Messenger of Hope w/ Roxanna & John: 61.16 min listen

Resilient Radio PODCAST: Season 1 Episode 3: Messenger of Hope w/ Roxanna & John: 61.16 min listen


The victory 93 7wt KB Atwood Milan, good morning. I hope you’re having a great start Welcome to resilient radio recovery Radio Hour, and I’m your host Daphne Wallace I’m also in recovery from mental illness drug addiction and trauma if you’re listening and you or someone You know are looking to be a part of something new to help those out there who are lost in addiction Resilient radio is looking for people just like you in this community and beyond to help build this program We are breaking the stigma of mental illness and addiction by connecting with passionate people. Who care about this mission we are currently seeking ambassadors advisors sponsors and any volunteers to join our very important project and To be a part of our team You do not have to be in one precise location to be a part If you are interested, please email client services at tent org That’s te n n talk org so many people are either too afraid or too ashamed to ask for help I believe this program is going to change the lives of many families and bring our communities closer together This week’s topic is the power of choice. I Want to start by thanking our sponsors? We got Amy Carol training To change the behavior. You must first change your thinking ignite your passion to excel Amy Carol training offers a complete wellness program health coaching water aerobics Pilates yoga meditation meal prep bootcamp challenge and life coaching and McCarroll training at 4:22 west Masonic Dyersburg, Tennessee, three, eight zero two four call seven three one four Four five three seven six two for more information on how you can transform yourself So this week’s topic is the power of choice. I want to share a few quotes with you in Any given moment. We have two options to step forward into growth or step back into safety Abraham Maslow between stimulus and response There is a space in that space is the power to choose a response in our response lies our growth and our freedom Victor Frank Understand that the right to choose your own path is a sacred privilege use it dwell in possibility Oprah Winfrey every choice you make has an end result Zig Ziglar Things do not happen things are made to happen. John F Kennedy We choose what attitudes we have right now And it’s a continuing choice John C. Maxwell. Our lives are fashioned by our choices first we make our choices then our choices make us and Frank and who Whoever walks with the wise becomes wise, but the companion of fools will suffer harm Solomon These are just a few examples of people who understood the power of choice Sometimes it’s hard to recognize our choices Many people like myself go through life repeating a cycle of living that may or may not have been taught to us as a child For me I had to envision what I hope my future would look like I had a dream bigger than I felt depressed It took a lot of hard work and lots of mistakes and still does But today I get to choose who I become I choose to become the best me Yesterday was a gift today is the present and tomorrow is a mystery choose wisely During our show if you have any questions for any guests or myself You can call seven three one five six two nine three seven zero any time during the show Also, be sure to go to Facebook and join our group resilient radio and listen to our podcast. This is resilient radio on the victory 93.7 mile in tennessee Music community and love, this is Sheryl Crow with Redemption day But those who suffer But we for those gone In a room briefing question Keep It’s in the soda feel such thing But wait to watch without street Oh Mercy sadness brain that we were then For Adam Sunday Fire rages in a Dang it It’s an image Don’t Come beers come you middle grade. That’s here. You wanted But you later young Whatever Sivanna My No ridges in check And Redemption This the country’s And in the shells of Baby Breaky Up ahead I’m honored to have with us in the station today recovery poet and author Roxana Tucker from Boonville Mississippi and spiritual life coach and a messenger of hope John Coleman from Southaven, Mississippi Both sharing their stories of resilience. That’s all coming up on resilient radio. Now, this is imagine dragons whatever it takes Follow too fast to prepare these tripping in the world cover danger be inseparability circling this vulture Is- nepeta severy buddy waiting but the father may never better pray at the end of times Everybody hoping they could be the one I was born to burn. I was born for this Me They did just a corn wanna be the parenthetical Hypothetical working on to something that I’m proud of out of the box in the box into the world and the vision we’ve lost in the past I’d do anything whatever If you are just tuning and this is resilient radio recovery radio hour We now have with US recovery poet and author rugs Anna Tucker Okay, this first poem I’m gonna read the night title is drugs claim it all I Wish that I could take back the years that I gave to drugs It swallowed all my memories and consumed all my hugs it took my name and corruption came It destroyed my life in time always buy and sell you see I wasted every dime, right? And wrong came into play then I went to jail. I then called my loved ones up asking for my bail You’d think I learned my lesson there but drugs controlled my life I was a lousy friend back then and I was a despicable wife. It came before my family and caused too many fights I lost my love and dignity and proclaimed that I was right day and night I searched for drugs pills and weed and speed Blocking out my loved ones. The drugs created greed shame remorse and regret swirled within my mind I thought that I had control but merely I was blind one day the law and CPS took my kids away There was nothing I could do it all and nothing. I could say I cried and screamed and beat the walls I never felt so lost I had never considered the repercussions that day and that my children would pay the cost We paid the price. I changed my life. We live it day by day Love truth and commitment has finally found the day I’ll never take for granted my time to watch them play as I pray to God in heaven that I never lose my way I’m so glad you’re here Roxana and I’m really really moved by your story Lots of things that you shared with me already has been really inspiring and encouraging Can you share with us a little bit about what it was like for you growing up in Booneville? Oh, that’s what I grew up in and that’s all I knew and that was the normal life for me By the time I was 16, my father died, and I could pop nineties annexes in two or three days I was really getting hard on it but I actually didn’t know that I was an addict until I was 20 and I got pregnant with my first son and I tried to quit using drugs and I couldn’t and that’s when I realized I was an addict and But you know, I thought that was normal and okay in life so I just went on about it and that’s the way I lived and I ended up getting a felony when I was 21 and I Was just miserable miserable in life well when I was 29 years old I had gotten so bad on drugs. I was doing crystal meth and I lost my children, and the only thing that ever mattered to me in life was my kids and besides drugs So I chose at that moment to get sober and me and my husband we hit our knees and we started praying and we started asking God to please help us that we didn’t know anything else to do and I completely turned everything over to him every drug I was on Everything that was bringing me down every doubt and I got down and I prayed and I said God take this away from me give me the opportunity to live for you and to prove to you that I will do what’s right and You know, this was the first time in my life that I had never had withdrawals but I came off a crystal meth and all kinds of pills and all kinds of other drugs and I had no Withdrawals, I did not go to rehab all I did was go to church and pray and God took away every withdrawal it was It was a miracle the way it happened because you know anytime I had been without drugs or whatever I wouldn’t I would be in so much pain that I couldn’t stand I would lay in the bathtub and cry. My husband would have to pick me up but this time was different because God came into my life and I know without a doubt that there is a God and there is a devil and I have seen both lives and I choose to live for God. I got my children back. I got my GED I’m going to college now. I had a poem published twice once in the International poetry digest and once in the nightingale journal and I write poetry for God I write poetry about Addiction to try to reach out to other people and I just really want to help people and let them know that you know When you’re dead when you’re on your deathbed and there’s nothing left. There is a God and He will help you What a beautiful story it’s so powerful and enroll, and I love the fact that you’re stepping out as Real as you are about it. A lot of people a lot of mothers that have gone through similar situations. Don’t try it seems like they lose hope and Fighting for their children they do And it’s sad because they can have another life and they can’t even see it in grasp it, but it’s there What do you think from your experience is the most likely reason second to being an addiction that? mothers tend to lose hope I think it’s because They’re hurting so bad inside we addicts have pain that other people couldn’t imagine and Inside we hurt so bad because of our past and the things we’ve went through that we feel like we will never have another chance and They’re afraid to turn it over to God because They’re afraid that he won’t be there for them because they’ve never given him that opportunity. But if they just turn it over to God Then they can become the person that they were meant to become I know this without a doubt So growing up in Boonville, you’re not both, you know, we share Similar past there was my letter in life before I realized I was an addiction what are some of the positive Memories you may have held onto when you were a child But you know that kind of helped you when you found recovery For me it took some time before those positive memories resurface But when they have it really gives me a calming it did me too, you know My family was all that ever mattered to me. I love my family so much and my grandma age she was a Christian and I remember going to her house and I remember at night my daddy and me and my little sister Marilyn we would pray and We would say the serenity prayer and then we would go into god bless small and God bless steady and we would say You know everybody in our family we would just draw it out But that memory gave me hope and made me realize that my grandma had been praying for me my whole life and I didn’t even know it, you know, and she prayed for me to have a better life and I’m thankful for those memories I’m thankful for the memories with my sister Marilyn and my mama and my brothers and sisters and That is what helps bring me alone was because I knew that I had to do it not just for myself But for them I had to show them that there is another way It’s hard not to get emotional it is it really is When did you first realize that you had a passion for writing and how does it help further your recovery? Okay, so I never knew I could really write When I was 16 I wrote one poem that a drug teacher liked but that’s never become after that And I didn’t realize they could write until I got sober after I got sober I just started writing like crazy and I Was just writing about what all the drugs had done to me and how horrible they made me feel inside You know and how they were destroying my life and when I realized when I put it on paper That I felt better inside because I got to speak to how I was feeling So that’s when I realized I could write it You know, I was thirty thirty years old before I realized I could write isn’t it weird how that happens it is You don’t know your talents are your gifts that God has given you if you’re an addict until you get sober For the length of time and then you can start finding out your true purpose in life So what are your hopes for Boonville say in the next five years regarding recovery in the mental health community I’m going to college and I hope that one day they find a way to be an addiction to find a way to get out of it that is successful and that will Help the community Because you know the community is bad on drugs There’s a lot of people on drugs that are dying every day and you don’t hear about them a lot of times but I see it and Now that I’m sober I can see all the pain and misery that these people are in the same pain and misery I was in and I know That if we come together as a community and group that we can outreach to them Actually at my church the vineyard we’re starting a celebrate recovery Class and I’m going to be training to teach that To try to reach out to people and to try to show them that there is another way in another life So, can you share With us what your dream is? What are your plans for college? I know that you’re you know you’re wanting to do what you continue doing what you’ve been doing for us helping with things and being a in the recovery area I want to put together a book Somebody to help me one day but I want to put together a book of my poetry and stuff on addiction and the poetry I write about Jesus and I want to be able to give that out to people for hope So that they have something to hold on to and something to read and something to look forward to Also, I want to go into journalism I want to write it, you know There is miracles in this world happening everyday by God and you don’t hear about him because a lot of people Don’t want to talk about God and what he’s doing because they don’t a lot of people don’t even believe in him So the journalists that don’t believe that I’m not going to go out there and speak about God And I want to be the one that finds the stories that God has put on this earth for us. There is proof of God’s Being here, and I want to show people that there is proof and I want to write about it That is awesome and totally could see a movie been made That would be amazing. Wouldn’t it that way so where can people go to find? your stuff On Facebook, yes. I have I post all my poems on Facebook Some of the old ones I haven’t posted yet, but I’m getting it together Eventually, I will find a way for it to get out to the public I have a website Roxie’s take on recovery and poetry on Facebook that you can check out and hear more about The things that I write about and stuff if you’re interested, it’s really good I encourage you all to go on Facebook and check out her page. She also has a group On Roxy’s take on recovery and it’s just amazing the stuff there Also for anybody that may want to help Roxanne Complete her mission of publishing a book on addiction just reach out to her I’m sure you can reach out to her on one of those pages or the groups and Would you mind sharing another point with us or two? Okay, this one is called just one more day The rain trickled down the windshield that night. All I seen after was a big bright light moments right before I drove the car off the shore a Sunrise a sunset I’ll never see again All because I had a few too many to dream I could feel myself start to drown as I begin to seem anxiety and panic started to set within My little girl was young She was only ten if I could do it over I would take it back The glass was so loud as it began to crack The last thing that I saw was my daughter standing there by me my daughter dressed in white I will never see the man she plans to marry. I will never meet I should have been at home rather in that seat I wanted to teach her right and wrong in life. I wanted to hold her hand as she became a wife I’ll never see her change as she begins to age. I’ll never see her smile and walk across the stage God forgive me now because I’m gone today I didn’t do what was best and I chose my own way But now I’m gone and my innocent child has to stay if I had one more day. I’d have never had that dream I would have stayed to watch you play This one is called the ugly truth it is what some of us addicts go through and It’s pretty harsh, but it’s the truth Called the ugly truth plastered to the toilet many many days. This is life and a drug addicts way bipolar mood disorder comes in many forms Vomiting sleep disorder you wished you wasn’t born Paranoia schizophrenia is knockin at your door Sometimes you awaken random places or maybe on the floor eyes crank coke and crack only slows you down You’ll stare out the window for hours and for days You’ll search the ground one pill turns into twenty and then you’ve went too far You’ll meet up with a total stranger and drive off in his car Drugs give the illusion that you look so nice and hot when in truth you look like Frankenstein as your body decays and rots Tom only lurks when you are in withdrawal, mommy and daddy no one else will catch you when you fall Tom begins to pass like the dust spinning in the wind while all the tears and pain never seems to halt and in Pass right by the living and one day you’ll find your death plummeting thirty stories with a broad named crystal meth I Really really do and I think people need to hear it people that go through it can understand what exactly you’re saying Families of those people can understand from being a family member with someone I’m hoping that people that have never experienced It can have a little insight on what it’s like and how detrimental addiction can be on a person thank you for sharing your story of resilience with us as if that didn’t get your heart moving power up now with this song and Roday rise up You’re broken down an entire Who live in lies on the merry-go-round You can find out by Sitting so we go walk it out Mountains we’re gonna walk it out And a thousand times again The silence is it why And it feels like it’s a getting hard to breathe. I don’t know you feel like dying but I promise we would take the world to as we Bow to Billy Joel’s feet Oh Do it a thousand times again Oh But that we have in each other now but that we have each other Oh Cries like the tail Raisa in spite of the a I will write thousand times And we’ll do it a thousand times again So we are back now we just spoke with Roxanna Tucker recovery poet and author She shared an amazing story of perseverance. If you’re out grabbing lunch chew on this The resilient radio program is seeking ambassadors advisors sponsors and volunteers to help expand this community We are looking for advocates and passionate people to be a part of our team for more information and to submit your resume Go to client email Client services at TNT org. That’s te n n talk org This is a nonprofit organization on a mission to break the stigma find us on Facebook resilient radio Join the group and listen to our podcast in case you miss a show now I want to introduce you to John Coleman from Southaven Mississippi and spiritual life coach and a messenger of hope John. It’s so good to meet you this morning Good to meet you. I’m glad beer. I’m grateful to God that I’m I am here. I have this opportunity Yes, sir. Can you start out just kind of telling us who you are? Well, I was born in around Oxford err October 24th, 1952 sharecroppers son worked hard played hard loved sports hunted fished and My dream my dream I was very gifted in sports and I voted outstanding high school athlete in 1970 and I Went to a crap game in the spring I was supposed to go to North West and play football in Senatobia, Mississippi and My dream was to be a coach And I got sidetracked go drink a little whiskey and one thing led to another and My dream to be a football coach went out the window, but my dream is being fulfilled Having the opportunity to be a spiritual life coach So, what was the thing that turns your life around Well At the age of 33 I Had I got married when I was 22 and at the age of 33 I Decided that I was I’m an old prodigal son. I grew up in the church My mom dad cabbage to church every Sunday Every Sunday morning Sunday night. We need tonight Vacation Bible School the whole nine yards and I Dripped it away. I Moved to Memphis Tennessee when I was 20 years old at the age of 33 I paid a high price for low class lifestyle and I was hurting for certain And I went started going back to the church house And requested prayers and I started I started seeking God now My my prayer was for God to give me wisdom insight and understanding Teach me and show me his ways write his words on my heart and in my mind, I started studying them Bible and the only thing I would read but Matthew Mark Luke and John because my target then and still is today Was to try to become as much like Jesus as I possibly could so I Go to the church house and I did real good for a couple of years At that time when I started going back to church We had two daughters from one son. And then my youngest daughter was born while my wife and I were Had what had started going back to church and that was a big deal I was 34 years old when when Keller was born and I tried real hard and I went on a fishing trip wrong fellowship and we started drinking again and and it was gone nine years a Painful painful and I would go to the church house and I would request prayers kept studying my Bible reading my Bible I make it for a little while and fall back off until December 1st 1996 and that’s my sobriety day. So since 1996 how many years is that now? I’m working on 23 23 years as Congratulations. Thank you. Well, why don’t have my wife will have 22 – smart – my son will have 19 each month that is amazing, you know because a lot of families is a family addiction is a family thing, you know some situations it’s not but in a lot of people’s lives the family’s traditions is You know came down to addiction. So it’s just beautiful to see families that actually Followed behind recovery, even if it’s later in life It really it’s just the part of this journey We don’t always Nobody chose to be an addict Nobody dreamed to grow up and be an addict we made bad decisions that led us to where you know we are and then we have to deal with those consequences whether we realize we had a choice that we didn’t and We don’t always think that there are people watching us and following behind us now With that being said that doesn’t mean that that’s always it so calls a family members follow an interdiction either But I just want to commend you for leading your family the way you have in the best way that you can Well what I believe in simplicity what I’ve learned I’ve learned a whole lot since I’ve been in recovery and since since I made the decision to try to serve the Lord and What I started doing the key for me turning my life around as I started going to the jail in Hernando Mississippi with a couple of guys it was caring carrying the message of hope message of truth the message of love to those guys down there and I just got involved and in the spring of 97 I started going to treatment centers and then the fall of 99 I started going to Prisons and I went to Holly Springs prisons and did they indeed? Class from the fall of 99 to 2004 and what I didn’t know then that I know now is I was being to do what I do today. I Call it the value of experience and what I do today Everywhere I go I try to present a method of the coaches And what I try to do get people to do is review your film on a daily basis because every day is game day and it’s a game of life and death and if you if if people would get in a habit of Getting up in the morning if what I do is I get up in the morning Hi sky direct my thinking I get real Pacific with God about my motives. Ask God that my thinking be the boss from Self-pity which had me for a long time Dishonest means self sinking motives motives plays such a big part in our life and it can appreciate The truth from the pulse or help us develop a discerning spirit I help us realize what our real priorities are and what our real ambition God and So what in simplicity what I try to do to put it in a practical application I? Get people like in this situation. I would ask y’all I said y’all go back and see how you got your day started And who you got your day started with? And what kind of activities you’ve been involved in today? And what kind of fellowship you’ve been involved with? Today has it been healthy activities we’re on how healthy activities been involved in unhealthy fellowship or Healthy fellowship and a lot of people need to have it broken down like that for them. I Believe it time is a gift not a threat and what I believe is if we will evaluate our time On a daily basis and see what we spend our money on you can find out where your heart is and so I Encourage for what? I really love to do my favorite time to do it is on Sunday night So people can go back to Friday afternoon when you got homework Yeah, and one of my favorite time to do it this one’s put off the seasons talks So they can see what all they’ve been caught up in yeah explore the lifestyle they living yes plan and It’s just amazing to me how God has designed this whole thing and broken it down through you in the weight that you have I was looking at the chart that you had given me on power of choice and there’s just so much in here that The way you explain it and describe it. I’m sure so many people the big majority of humans. Haven’t even Understood this concept and I really feel that it’s the power of choice Thing the hope teaching is definitely needs to be spread around Well God what God revealed to me into realities of life of every man woman and child Regardless of race creed or color being about none of that stuff what we feed our mind or focused on we become holy lucam we transmit and what would transmit we receive if you people I was I did this a lot and I didn’t know how not to I would feed grudges I Would beat him I would ban him. I’d Nick him. I’d be resentments. I Called him demons today or companions of the nature of Darkness. I was bead that resentment banat anarchy I start feeling sorry for myself Loneliness was settled down It was thickened ever coming blacker and I didn’t know how to escape until I started doing some self searching some self-examination on a daily basis And just praying God teach me and someone my world of things I do Throughout the course of the day is I have a spot check inventory. I Try to stop pause and praise when I get agitated Or doubtful and that’s God for the right to hold or the right action because I believe if I’m agitated or doubtful I’m not thinking right and I’m thinking to do something stupid because I’m trying to run something That I don’t have the power to run because it’s not my show which God show. I’m just a player on the stage and so and then at the end of the day my highlight is to review my Activities what I spent my time doing What kind of activities I didn’t Bob damn what we spent my money on what kind of talk to the hell? What kind of words come out of my mouth that you just come out? What kind of words? Should have come out of my mouth. Did I blow this opportunity? If I did I look at it as a spiritual workout or learning experience and that’s how I would grow And to the likeness and image of our Creator, which it should be our goal Nah, it’s better Dame. Hi missed and I ain’t blowing hit Love it. I love it. Love it. Love it we talked for about an hour and a half the other day when I first had gotten Connected with him. Just awesome stuff So where can people go to? Support your missions and you have living branches. Yeah, we have living branches of Christ username of our Ministry and We have a youtube channel Called living branches. Okay, that’s a YouTube channel and we have a website all this is in baby stages Because we’re trying to get a judge effective as we can get absolutely. We have a website living – branches dot-com and What I do is I go around different places I was down I was at the Discovery Place in Dickson, Tennessee yesterday and we filmed that workshop I was at a little church house outside of Bruce, Mississippi Sunday morning and we Filmed two sessions on that that’s my favorite one so far and it should be up on the website or and on YouTube in Adair – cool So living branches of cross ministries, you could go to youtube and go to living Living – branches calm to the website and check out the updates also for the two step workshops How far out do you do that? How far out do you reach? Well, what I do is I Go to I usually go to Murray, Kentucky, but I got I go to different places. Here’s what I really go. I go wherever God leads me Colossians chapter 4 Paul prayed that God would open up doors For him to have an opportunity to talk about the Lord and every human being represents a door To another door to another door. So nobody knows where God’s gonna lead them Unless they just wrapped up in their own little world on little plants on a little family and I just say this Our plans for life cannot compare with God’s plans. Nice It’s bigger than anything with you every time Every time I get tore up from the floor up I get a checkup from the neck up Thank God lets me know it’s bigger than anything. You can see son. Why are you so tore up you’re not running this deal I am just do what you’ve been trying to do and watch me show up Awesome Awesome. Awesome join so if anybody wants to Maybe talk to John about the workshops getting the to set workshops to come to your area or anything like that Or for more information. They can go to living – branches calm. I cry message strong and just connect with him there so If you’re out there and you have any questions or comments at the last few minutes We have to add to add anything that you want to say call seven three one five six two nine three seven zero We want all the support we can get You’re listening to resilient radio recovery radio our music community and love here is a weekly spotlight It’s Blind Melon with a song change Feel Sun coming out no sane gonna find another way As I sit here in this misery I don’t Know they would see the Sun here I love this fear Look at me and say nyan better now look at me and I’ll say Where he is, he’s a I guess he had to change When you see a plane where the living you look away And when you did was not broken Keep dreaming blow it away to stop you know your coffee tire I don’t wanna die But I know we can Today until their premiere No Look at me and say nyan better. They’ll look at me and I’ll say I guess he had to change Well, you gotta step out it’s like a look When your TV was broken Keep dreaming stop, you know you’re tired By the way to blame Today until they pay me Look at me and say they’ll say His day Atchoo So that was changed by Blind Melon Blind Melon is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California by two musicians from Mississippi and one from Indiana they are best known for the 1993 hit no rain and enjoyed critical and commercial success in the early 1990s with their nails Psychedelic take on alternative rock after releasing two albums on Capitol Records and touring extensively the band came to an abrupt Halt in 1995 by the fatal overdose of lead vocalist Shannon hoon on the band’s tour bus in New Orleans going on hiatus until Officially disbanding for four years later in 2006 The remaining members reunited and recruited a new vocalist Travis Warren producing a third album for my friends Warren departed two years later, but rejoined in 2010 when the band returned to performing occasional gigs And as a 2017 they continued working on their stuff and now they’re working on a new album The change was written as a song of hope needed after the realization of how drugs addiction impacted the band So today we had with us Roxana Tucker and John Coleman sharing their powerful stories. Is there anything you want to add real quick, Rosetta? Savin my life because I should not be alive today Doctor once told me I had 28 overdoses in my life and I want to special thanks to my Husband Michael Tucker and my mother Deena Wallace for never giving up on me and keeping me going and a special thanks to my church the vineyard with Tracy Arnold and neesee arnold and to everybody that’s been behind me rooting for me to get to where I am today and I just want everybody to know that there is another way and that Jesus Christ can change your life in an instant I just like to give credit to God for any success any human may be having and I thank God for keeping my family together during all my wife and I just celebrated 44 years January 25th, and and thank God for the House of Pain being transformed into a house of love and the poor children we have there’s so much love in our in our family and What God’s done through our life? Not just transformed our life, but it’s transformed a whole lot of people’s life. And when our deal is well, I Personally, believe it We supposed to let him demonstrate through us what he can do with his power and his love and his way of life and and I’m so grateful for all the Near-death experiences. He brought me through and I’m grateful. I’m in the free world inside and not locked up in the penitentiary somewhere for Some of the stuff that I did I could have been there, but I’m just so grateful I don’t have the words in my vocabulary to express the feelings in my heart when I sometimes ponder hum Or I came and how much I’ve discovered and I just you know, nobody knows where the journeys gonna take them But what I try to do today, and what am I encourage? Everybody else to do is don’t try to figure it out Just try to follow up what’s already being laid out? And I won’t I’m gonna challenge everybody that’s on the air to start to start doing this double-barrel shotgun The power of prayer and the word of Scripture and this is Psalm 139 23 and 24 and I pretty much believe it it says it all but it said search me O God and know my heart Test me and no man should stop Point out anything you means that offend you and lead me along the path of everlasting life And if you got a resentment in your heart The devil has got you shackled to here. Whoever you resent and it offends God And nobody wants to be shackled. So let’s Look at things from a spiritual point of view Instead of a human point of view and quit the bag like another from a human point of view and start a bank waiting people As spiritual beings and less love one another the way God intended Thank you so much I’m so grateful that y’all were here. I’m so grateful that I’m able to do what I’m doing today I’m so grateful for everyone listening if you missed a show today, no worries Go to Facebook and join our group resilient radio for podcast of the show also Remember if you want to be a part of resilient radio and wanting to want to know how email client services at TNT org That’s t e in and talk org tune in next Tuesday 11:00 a.m. To 12:00 on the victory 93.7 modern, Tennessee Thank you for listening to resilient radio music community and love here is God’s not dead by the news voice Blow and bring the Dale I Love so bone to see a revolution Somehow To bring the river Lucian God’s not dead. He’s surely loved me Let hope rise make yes God’s not dead. He’s surely alive And fire fire Come shake the ground with the sound of You

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