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June 17, 2024 84 mins

Good morning and welcome to the ride!  It's the morning after it all.  The Chief Love Officer  knows Memphis got a problem between an auntie and her niece, that, needs some attention.  Fool #2 murders another one for the ladies that wear capri pants waaay too much.  What exactly is Bare Cellular Joy?  Do you know who the Most Difficult Person on the show is?  Something Funny makes a rare appearance and it involves going back to church?  Would You Rather involves looks and personality.  We also find out what Steve does when told to be himself.  Today in Closing Remarks, Steve's message is taken directly from a thing he got in his hand tied to the prayer of release.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Today show is pre recorded.

Speaker 2 (00:04):
Y'all know what time.

Speaker 3 (00:05):
Y'all don't know y'all all at all, So.

Speaker 4 (00:12):
Don't give them black all bu bus boy.

Speaker 5 (00:24):
Listening to show.

Speaker 6 (00:38):
I don't joy, Yeah, joy.

Speaker 3 (00:59):
You know you love.

Speaker 2 (01:06):
You gotta turn.

Speaker 7 (01:31):
I can't.

Speaker 4 (01:40):
I got to turn the mouth.

Speaker 6 (01:42):
Turn You probably got to turn the mouth, the turn out,
turn the water the mon up.

Speaker 2 (01:55):
Come on, come on, you'll think.

Speaker 8 (02:01):
Uh huh, I sure will. Good morning everybody. You are
listening to the voice, Come on dig me now, one
and only Steve Harvey got a radio show. Okay, here
we go. I was working out. I was talking to
a buddy of mine, and I was telling him something

that Bishop td Jakes told me one time. I heard
him say it. He said, I would hate to die
and not do the thing that I was born to do.
I would hate to die and not do the theme

that I was born to do. Man, oh man, oh man, man.
That hit me like a like a like a pile
of bricks man, because it made me feel so grateful
that God has allowed me.

Speaker 2 (03:01):
To live my life this way now.

Speaker 8 (03:05):
And I'm talking about grateful for all of it, the good,
the bad, and the ugly, and I have had all
of them. The person you see today. It ain't always
who I was. It was on the inside of me,
but it hadn't externalized itself, if that's a word. It

hadn't been bought out. It was in here, but it
was under development. Who I am today was a process.
But like I said before, don't trip. He ain't through
with me yet. Even today, I'm still an imperfect soldier

for Christ. Today. I still fall short oftentimes. But I'll
tell you what, I'm ever grateful for the life I have.
And you know what I want encourage everybody today to
explore your possibilities. I mean, man, explore your possibilities. Why

would you not want to find out, discover, or know
what it is God got for you? Why would you
not want to achieve or accomplish all of your possibilities?

Speaker 2 (04:30):
Now, as I ask you this.

Speaker 8 (04:32):
Question, I want you to know that the devil is busy,
that he plays mind tricks. So as you hear this,
I already know he's saying to some of y'all, Yeah, Steve,
that's easy for you to say, but I didnet got
myself in this situation right here. You ain't nothing too
hard for God, nothing nothing, And see so as you

listen to me, try to get your mind open to this.
Why would you not want to explore all of your
life's possibilities, what's possible with your life? And I'm talking
about from right where you are right now. I'm not
asking you to change. I'm not asking you to do anything.

I'm telling you this is a fact that God can
get you from right where you.

Speaker 2 (05:22):
Are right now.

Speaker 8 (05:25):
Broken, misled, misguided, misunderstood, mistaken, all of that, misfortunate, all
of the missus you've been talking about in your life.

Speaker 2 (05:42):
You know you.

Speaker 8 (05:43):
I missed the lottery, I missed my ride. They fired me.
I missed a deadline. I didn't get it. Miss people
people just miss theay self to death. If you've been
all the missus, God can get you from right where
you are. God a home run hitter. I'm here to
tell you that he's a home run hitter. He's a

put him over the wall whenever he want to, all
the time. And you can be a recipient of some
of these home runs. He'll put the bat in your hand.
But you got to swing now. Listen to me. You
got to stop feeling sorry for yourself. You got to
stop holding yourself down with beating yourself up. He won't
hold you down about it if you don't hold yourself

down about it. But I'm gonna tell you one more time.
The devil is busy. So what the devil do is
He make you think you ain't worthy. He make you
think that you've done something so despicable that you can't
come back from it. He makes you feel like you
so low you can't go up high. He knock you
down and make you feel like you've been knocked down
hard than anybody else.

Speaker 2 (06:44):
You can't get up.

Speaker 8 (06:45):
He rolled you so deep down in that ditch you
can't see over the edge. God can come get you
from no matter where you are. I'm telling you, man,
you ain't in no hold too deep for God. Magic
John to tell you that. Listen to me, you ain't
in no hole too deep for God. Steve Harvey can
tell you that you ain't in a hole too deep

for God. Tyler Perry can tell you that I can
name you some people. Bishop Jakes can tell you that
I could tell you. Kenneth Olmah can tell you that
Bishop Kenneth O I could tell you some people. Kirk
Franklin can tell you that. Donny mcclerklin can tell you that.
I just know some people personally man that then been
in a hole. Joel Oldstein can tell you about it.

I know some people man been down, been in a
hole so deep.

Speaker 2 (07:33):
I bet you. Paula Dean can tell you about it. See.

Speaker 8 (07:38):
But you know what, then here we go see see
see you know, see we don't like to talk about
that because now we want everybody to pay extra hard
for some mistakes they made when clearly and excuse me
for being a new Christian, But there is a prayer
that I've been saying since I was a little bitty boy,
and it took me till I was a grown man
to understand it. Forgive us out trust passes as we

forgive those who trust pass against us.

Speaker 2 (08:04):
So see, it.

Speaker 8 (08:05):
Ain't my job to hold nobody down, to keep my
knee on somebody's neck.

Speaker 2 (08:10):
Who am I. I'm gonna need some forgiveness in a
second here, probably today. See.

Speaker 8 (08:16):
So all this, you holding people down with the way
you feel, inviot them. And she shouldn't have said this,
and she'll never get it. I'll never support this again. Man,
get up, get up and get real, you for real,
you think you ain't finn need forgiveness real soon? You
ain't finna make a diabolical mistake in your life. You
don't think you are. I have thousands of them, probably

gonna make a few hundred more for I get up
out of here. So I've decided to be in a
forgiving business because I want God to forgive. My trust
passes as I forgive those who trustpass against me.

Speaker 2 (08:50):
You understand. See excuse me for being a new Christian.

Speaker 8 (08:54):
I get tired of talking to people man supposed to
be saved and talking about dear Christian.

Speaker 2 (09:00):
I don't want that type of religion.

Speaker 9 (09:01):

Speaker 8 (09:01):
I ain't in that no more. I ain't in that.
You can call me wrong if you want to say
it how you want to say. I ain't in that
no more. I ain't in all that. You can feel
how you want to feel about me. But I got
proof that God work in my life.

Speaker 2 (09:12):
You know.

Speaker 8 (09:12):
I can't hardly get it out sometime when people ask
me something about depot on the inside of me, about
my soul and how I used to be, and my
journey and my trip. Because people don't know the trip
I've been on. You may have been on one worse
than me. But you know what, you ain't in a
whole too deep. God can't get you out of and
I wish I want people to remember that. Man, God
is a redeemer, He the great I am. So if

you ain't got nothing, now what you asking for? You
know you might not have nothing because you ain't asking
for nothing. Quit asking God to get you out of
debt and ask God for a life of abundance. Then
you take the money and you get out of debt.
You keep asking to get out of debt. You keep
being in debt to get out of Come on, man,
what you asking God for?

Speaker 2 (09:54):
I'm just tripping today, that's all. I'm sorry. I apologize.

Speaker 10 (09:58):
You're listening Morning Show.

Speaker 2 (10:03):
One, two, three four.

Speaker 8 (10:05):
Once that was a boy and girl. The boy said,
I love you, so the girl said, I never believe you.

Speaker 2 (10:19):
They grew older and left each.

Speaker 8 (10:22):
Other because that's the way he loved goals.

Speaker 2 (10:26):
Baby, that's the way he loved goals.

Speaker 8 (10:31):
That was my damn Jaime Jackie, that was my group
who Jack.

Speaker 2 (10:37):
And Jesus.

Speaker 11 (10:40):
As as they wrote that, And man, listen to this,
Listen to this.

Speaker 2 (10:47):
When you hear me do a song in the morning.

Speaker 8 (10:50):
Wait to Shirley and carl and say something for you
over your mouth.

Speaker 12 (10:54):
That's not okay, that's not that.

Speaker 8 (10:56):
But just like I just told you, just wait till
Shirley and Carl Ers say something for you. Owe your
young ass jodysy field mouth.

Speaker 13 (11:07):
Oh yeah, it's the spinners, the spinners.

Speaker 14 (11:12):
Okay, okay, who do you know who the spinners are?

Speaker 12 (11:16):
I know the spinners is.

Speaker 2 (11:17):
Who is the lead singer for the spinners?

Speaker 12 (11:19):
The dude with the mustang?

Speaker 8 (11:22):
Jesus, if Tommy know this one right here, Tommy, if
you know this one right here, I'll be stun lead
singer for the spinners without without googles.

Speaker 2 (11:35):
To come up. Sorry, I'm not looking at I'm not
trying to go right now. What Junior, I'm right.

Speaker 12 (11:41):
The dude with the mustache, he had a mustage.

Speaker 2 (11:45):
Everybody a mustang.

Speaker 12 (11:47):
Well, David, I'm right.

Speaker 1 (11:51):

Speaker 2 (11:52):
Good morning, Shirley Strawberry.

Speaker 1 (11:53):
Good morning, Steve Harvey.

Speaker 15 (11:55):
Paula Parell, you went back with the Spinner's baby.

Speaker 2 (11:59):
Good morning, Oh Joash, Yeah, I love you.

Speaker 1 (12:05):
Thank you for teaching journey pumpedy dance at.

Speaker 7 (12:08):
Some point you didn't when because I'm about the ruined
the image and the style that you who.

Speaker 8 (12:13):
I know my ball issue. I know who they are,
I know what the baby you know?

Speaker 2 (12:20):
So who was the lead though to the spending?

Speaker 4 (12:24):
You didn't hear me whispering on the mic?

Speaker 1 (12:27):
I think you hear me.

Speaker 2 (12:31):
Surely you thought they could read your lips are not readable? Hey?
That was surely that was right there?

Speaker 8 (12:41):
Made me go, I know, Jason, when you stunned me
with a dumb word, you said something I could relate
to all words, Yes, hips ain't readable?

Speaker 2 (12:58):
All right?

Speaker 13 (12:59):

Speaker 4 (13:00):
Is that a word?

Speaker 2 (13:00):

Speaker 7 (13:01):
I would I would go with I'm gonna go with readable.
I would go with readable. Ire just so flat?

Speaker 2 (13:07):
Ain't it just better to say?

Speaker 1 (13:11):
Yeah, okay, all right?

Speaker 10 (13:14):
Well thank you?

Speaker 2 (13:19):
What does it mean that when people say, let me
be frank with you?

Speaker 9 (13:22):

Speaker 2 (13:22):
Who is frank? What does that mean?

Speaker 9 (13:25):

Speaker 2 (13:26):

Speaker 7 (13:27):
Like just like let me be steve with you, tell.

Speaker 1 (13:36):
You how I really feel, let me just be all right?

Speaker 13 (13:39):
Listen, coming up at thirty two minutes after the hour,
we'll hear from the nephew as he runs that prank back.

Speaker 10 (13:44):
Right after this you're listening Morning show.

Speaker 1 (13:49):
It is time now for the nephew to run that
prank back. What you got for nep, you.

Speaker 7 (13:54):
Didn't fall and you ain't getting no money. Man, Let's
go get.

Speaker 16 (14:00):

Speaker 7 (14:01):
I'm trying to reach a Glinda An Please, how you doing.
My name is Brad. I'm actually with the A and
C Department Accidents and Conditions. Wanted to give you a
call and see how you're doing this morning. I'm just sorry,
great great Now. I am the uh, the Accident and
condition coordinated, the last person that it goes to before

actually issuing out a check, and just wanted to give
you a call and see how everything is going going.
Have you Have you been to the doctor on your fall,
and just wanted to do a follow up with you
and make sure everything is okay.

Speaker 16 (14:36):
Yeah, everything is just fine.

Speaker 2 (14:37):
Thank you.

Speaker 7 (14:38):
This is just a random procedure of all the notes
that I have to write down, and like I said,
this is the final step of getting you out of check. Now,
the last heard you were offered two thousand dollars? Is
that correct?

Speaker 16 (14:50):
If you were there, you go as to the supervisor.
You wouldn't know all that if you were there.

Speaker 7 (14:55):
Okay, Well, I'm just looking at the file that I have, Man,
I don't have everything you've got.

Speaker 16 (15:00):
That wrote down. That's what they offered.

Speaker 7 (15:02):
Okay, I've also been brought some other records. Is this
the first time you've had an incident of actually falling?

Speaker 16 (15:10):
Yeah, yeah, that's my first time.

Speaker 7 (15:12):
Okay, Well, actually, what we're doing looking over the records here,
I've got some actual incidents that it seems like you've
actually fallen several times in other places. And what I'm
having to do here, ma'am, is let you know that
I am not going to sign off on this at all.
So the money that has been offered to you, I

am no longer going to be. I'm not going to
confirm this check to go out to you. I don't
think that there's anything wrong with you. I don't think
that you have a problem. I think that there's something
that you deliberately did in one of our stores.

Speaker 16 (15:49):
I could cure less about what you think what happened
was that was on the floor. I feel I'm day
gonna have to pay for the claim either way it go.

Speaker 7 (15:59):
No, we're not going to act, ma'am. What I'm gonna
have to do is get you to come down and.

Speaker 9 (16:03):
Sign uh an agreement nowhere.

Speaker 7 (16:06):
Yes, I'm gonna need you to come down and sign
an agreement that you actually made this whole thing.

Speaker 2 (16:11):
Up, and I need that.

Speaker 16 (16:13):
I'm not coming nowhere.

Speaker 7 (16:14):
Look, ma'am, I don't care if you come down or
I have to come down and haul your tin, because
I'm not signing over a check to you for somebody
that deliberately laid down in the floor and act like
something was.

Speaker 16 (16:24):
Wrong with them, deliberately done.

Speaker 4 (16:29):
How exactly did it was?

Speaker 16 (16:31):
Witnesses? You need to talk to them.

Speaker 2 (16:33):
I've spoken to every witness and you know what, ma'am.

Speaker 16 (16:36):
Everyone thank you to witness because my friend was spoken
to her.

Speaker 2 (16:41):
There's a lot of people that assume that you're lying.

Speaker 16 (16:44):
Well, I don't care what they assume.

Speaker 7 (16:47):
Man, let me explain something. We can take this thing further.
I even have you on video actually deliberately laying down
in the middle of the floor as if you have.

Speaker 4 (16:57):
No I am not man.

Speaker 2 (17:00):
We're not going to give you two thousand.

Speaker 5 (17:02):
We're not going to give you two dollars.

Speaker 2 (17:05):
My name is Brad with the A n C Department.

Speaker 16 (17:07):
Well, you want him job too much? Go loong because
you're a fool.

Speaker 7 (17:11):
No, no, I'm not a fool. I want to make
sure that you understand. I want to make sure that
you understand that this is not something that you can
do or continue to do.

Speaker 2 (17:22):

Speaker 7 (17:22):
I want to hear it out of your mouth. You
tell me, did you lay down on that floor deliberately?

Speaker 16 (17:26):
You claim you think I'm finished city here and tell
you I deliberately laid down in the floor.

Speaker 2 (17:34):
Am I crazy? Crazy for you to sit here and
tell me.

Speaker 16 (17:36):
The track them to sell that it as all?

Speaker 7 (17:40):
No, deliberately laid down on that floor, and you're deliberately
trying to get two thousand dollars worth of money that
does not belong to you.

Speaker 16 (17:48):
What you just review the damn k then and you
will see what he would you like.

Speaker 7 (17:53):
For me to get authorities to come over, ma'am and
bring you in, because what.

Speaker 16 (18:00):
Wom you want to get it?

Speaker 2 (18:01):
If I need to send authorities.

Speaker 16 (18:03):
Down there, man, you send them over here. I'm scared
of them either. I don't.

Speaker 7 (18:11):
They're gonna bring you in and you're gonna sign this
form I have then deliberately lay down on that floor.

Speaker 2 (18:16):
You a food the nerve of you black people.

Speaker 16 (18:19):
I'm not coming in. I'm not signing nothing now. What
you tell now, I don't know. I ain't never.

Speaker 7 (18:25):
Heard that you come now now, I want you to
bring your little narrow black behind in here so we
can get this stuff rectified as what I want done.

Speaker 16 (18:34):
Are you crazy, your dasker, You ain't the sharpest tool
in the shad. I tell you that I'm not coming in.
I don't know what some would have to come.

Speaker 7 (18:43):
In fut I want you to sign a form that
you deliberately lay down in this floor and it was
all fictitious.

Speaker 16 (18:49):
No wonder would I do something like that and then
go to jail.

Speaker 2 (18:53):
Why would you lay down in the floor in the
in the first place, and when you know nothing.

Speaker 16 (18:57):
I told you I didn't do that.

Speaker 2 (18:58):
Yes she did, Yes you did. It was in front
of you. I can look in your eyes and tell
when you're lying.

Speaker 16 (19:04):
I'm told you. I told you what happened. That's all that.

Speaker 2 (19:08):
Hey, can I say let me say one more hello?

Speaker 7 (19:12):
Call it right back, come out. I don't want to
continue to go back and forth.

Speaker 16 (19:16):
Look, Look, you're really pissed. I told you what happened.
I'm not gonna keep on telling you that. I don't
know why you keep calling me. Let me speak to
your damn supervisor.

Speaker 7 (19:26):
Let me say well, first of all, man, First of all,
I am the supervisor.

Speaker 2 (19:29):
This is what I want. I think we can get this, Cort.

Speaker 16 (19:31):
Look what the I'm gonna come in time.

Speaker 7 (19:34):
What's what I want you to do? If you come
down and sign it out together?

Speaker 16 (19:37):
You think I'm goin to come and sign some papers
saying I laid on the floor and ain't None of
that truth was on the floor. I felt. That's it.
That's all. Now what the are you talking about?

Speaker 2 (19:50):
Have you been drinking?

Speaker 16 (19:51):
Have you been drinking a list you've been drinking. I
want to got doing anything well I do on my
own personal time?

Speaker 14 (19:59):
Is my franky?

Speaker 16 (20:02):
Don't keep calling me with that still hurt and you
telling that you ain't gonna give me no money. You
crain't up, damn gonna get some money. They should hate
that step off the flow. Then I wonder you having
a ghostro None of this you have I've been drinking, Glinda.

Speaker 2 (20:19):
I'm gonna say one more thing to you and then
I'm gonna let you go.

Speaker 7 (20:22):
This is nephew Timmy from a Steve Harvey Morning show.

Speaker 2 (20:26):
You just got prayed.

Speaker 7 (20:27):
By your brother Jay t O James, James baby James
Kid James.

Speaker 16 (20:36):
I'm gonna get him when he gets home.

Speaker 2 (20:40):
This is nephew, Tommy, how you doing, baby?

Speaker 1 (20:42):
You stand your ground.

Speaker 16 (20:43):

Speaker 2 (20:46):
Everybody here at the Steve Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 16 (20:48):
We love you, Glinda, Okay, thank you, I love you too.

Speaker 13 (20:52):
All right, thank you, nephew. Coming up next A love Officers.

Speaker 10 (20:58):
You're listening Steve Morning Show.

Speaker 13 (21:01):
All right, here we go, It is time to ask
the clo. This one's from Alana in Memphis. Alana writes,
I'm a fifty four year old divorced female and I'm
dating a guy that my aunt hooked me up with.
We were sitting in my yard relaxing and he was
playing on his phone when all of a sudden, I
heard sex sounds coming from his phone. I got up

to see what he was watching, and it was a
dark and dirty sex video. He said, my aunt sent
it to him. Why would my aunt send him a
porn video? Do I need to see how close their
relationship really is?

Speaker 2 (21:37):
I don't know me for I don't even understand why
you calling in what.

Speaker 8 (21:46):
Everybody was right there? You was in the yard, relaxing,
yaunt was over there. She sent him the video.

Speaker 1 (21:52):
She missed her window.

Speaker 2 (21:54):
Yeah, you could have cleared it with everybody right there.

Speaker 12 (21:57):
So I don't know say you have to be pretty
close friends.

Speaker 1 (22:03):
Yeah, that would be my key.

Speaker 2 (22:04):
But if you don't.

Speaker 8 (22:06):
But if you think people who's seeing porno movies out
don't lie, you you dealing with wrong people.

Speaker 4 (22:12):
A lot of us, I mean a lot of people watch.

Speaker 2 (22:14):
Poor educational Actually.

Speaker 4 (22:17):
It is you learn?

Speaker 1 (22:19):
Yeah, okay, I thank you guys. Are you're missing the
point a little bit?

Speaker 10 (22:25):
All right, We're moving on.

Speaker 1 (22:26):

Speaker 13 (22:28):
Deanna in Las Vegas says, I'm in my mid thirties
and I like to think of myself as a freaky Christian.
I met a man in church and I'm trying to
figure out what's wrong with him. He's very well endowed,
and I am praying for the day he unleashes the beast.
I don't think it will ever happen because he's so
sensitive to my touch.

Speaker 1 (22:48):
If I touch.

Speaker 13 (22:49):
Him or it, it drives him crazy. How can I
get started if I can't give him my extra SPRESIALDS
pre show treatment.

Speaker 1 (22:58):
Please advise, Christian.

Speaker 8 (23:03):
What is you writing us for? You know, you the
one that's a freaking Christian? How did you get the reputation?
What do you need help from us for? Nobody on
this show is as label theyselves as the freaking Christian
and you're a freaking Christian.

Speaker 2 (23:19):
But now you got questions on how to be freaking
You need to ask some more freaking people.

Speaker 8 (23:24):
You know, maybe you need to give up the title. Yeah,
why don't you just try Christian.

Speaker 2 (23:30):
For a while.

Speaker 1 (23:31):
She sounds pretty proud of that though.

Speaker 8 (23:33):
Yeah, but you ain't that freaking because you don't even
know what to do. Now you're calling in to the people.

Speaker 2 (23:39):
Ain't know.

Speaker 8 (23:40):
None of us said we're freaking Christian. Now you don't
call in us and get some damn advice if.

Speaker 5 (23:45):
You freaking shows a freak and Christians, we don't have
to titles combination and.

Speaker 1 (23:53):
It's asked the clo not asking.

Speaker 2 (23:56):
Yeah, I ain't got nothing funny. I don't know what
you need to do to him.

Speaker 8 (23:59):
Hell, you're mad, Steve, Yeah, maybe you ain't all And
I hold on, hey, freaking Christian, Maybe you ain't freaky enough. Yeah,
maybe your title is a little overrated to him.

Speaker 1 (24:15):
Yeah that's something, all right. Moving on, Paul atte and.

Speaker 13 (24:19):
Charlotte says, I'm dating a man that tried to be romantic,
but it went left real quick. He ran my bath
water and poured me some wine. The water wasn't warm enough,
so I had to add hot water. I finally got
the water right and I was soaking. Then he brought
his naked behind in there and slid into my bathwater.

I think that this is very unsanitary, and it darned
sure isn't romantic to me. I got out of the
tub and took a shower because I felt dirtier than
I did before my bath. He told me I'm hard
to please, and I'm rude.

Speaker 10 (24:54):
Am I really?

Speaker 8 (24:55):
Yeah, I thank you all. You know, the man run
your bath water? He coming there to getting the bath
toob Now, he too nasty, but you lay up with
him later on. I don't understand you can't take a
bath with him because you felt dirty with what what?

Speaker 2 (25:12):
Let's both come out of here clean, but that you know,
it ain't like.

Speaker 8 (25:16):
He took a bath like we used to do when
we was little, because we didn't have a big hot
water tank.

Speaker 2 (25:22):
Like yeah, yeah, you had to use the same water.
You had to get on in there.

Speaker 13 (25:27):
Oh you mean after a person got out, Yeah, with
a load of clothes in there with a load of clothes.

Speaker 4 (25:35):

Speaker 2 (25:36):
He takes it to a whole other level.

Speaker 1 (25:38):
So you agree with him that she's hard to please
and she's rude.

Speaker 2 (25:42):
Yes, I mean, you know, lady, what you want? Dogs? Man,
he tried to get his big self in there. What
you what you think? What she thinks?

Speaker 1 (25:50):
It's too much sanitary?

Speaker 8 (25:51):
Okay, Well, you know there's sex scenes all the time.
People take basketball all the time. You know, I don't
know what you think you'all gonna be doing later on,
but you know it's gonna be gonna be a little
bit mold in bath water.

Speaker 1 (26:11):
All right, Well, shame your turn.

Speaker 2 (26:15):
Do you have a question for.

Speaker 5 (26:16):
Yes, I do have a question. You are with the
woman a partner. Man is with the woman who is
way more freakier than he is ready to be. How
does he get out of this relationship? I mean, she's
really freaky, she really freaky. No Christian in this at all,
Nothing Christian about this.

Speaker 8 (26:38):
How some time I just had to go on and
just that one time, just gone and get your whole
self toe out. You just had to gone and just
get yourself turned inside out. You got the one time
you just got to take it like a man. But
you're gonna be in there making him like like you're
gonna be hyper ventilating you're gonna you're gonna suck in

a lot win because when they're doing real freaky stuff,
you do this.

Speaker 2 (27:02):
He a lie? Are you wait?

Speaker 4 (27:07):
Are you allowed to cry? If it's like wait painful?

Speaker 2 (27:11):
If you cry? Wait? Wait wait stop stop stop it wait?

Speaker 1 (27:24):
Sounds like a tear is about to come out?

Speaker 10 (27:26):
Are you Jesus?

Speaker 9 (27:29):

Speaker 2 (27:34):
I need you know? You sent me down here?

Speaker 4 (27:39):
Is it supposed to burn?

Speaker 2 (27:40):
Like? What's going on?

Speaker 8 (27:43):
What is the hot stick for what you're doing?

Speaker 4 (27:48):
I don't know what is that?

Speaker 2 (27:51):
Stop beating me? No, I don't like that on my mouth?
What you're doing?

Speaker 12 (27:59):
All right?

Speaker 10 (27:59):
Thank you? You see la?

Speaker 2 (28:00):
No, I'm not rabbing this on you right there.

Speaker 1 (28:04):
We gotta get out of here.

Speaker 10 (28:05):
You're listening morning show.

Speaker 1 (28:10):
It is time for something funny.

Speaker 13 (28:12):
When you know it's time to go back to church,
it's time, you know when it's time to go back
to the church.

Speaker 2 (28:18):
Okay, this is set up.

Speaker 5 (28:20):
When you know it is time to take your butt
back to church? You know, I mean, you get up
and you go whoa? I need to go get somebody
needs to.

Speaker 4 (28:32):
Lay hands on me right now.

Speaker 5 (28:34):
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, how did I get here? When you
wake up? And you went somebody and you don't know
their name. It is time to go.

Speaker 1 (28:47):
Who you talk about backsliding?

Speaker 2 (28:51):
Yeah? Uh huh yeah, how long we've been laying?

Speaker 4 (28:57):
Why I got hands?

Speaker 11 (29:02):
You try to go back to church? When you wake
up and just bike box. You can't explain nothing. Who
I'm doing too much? I'm doing to You.

Speaker 2 (29:13):
Know, it's time to go back to church.

Speaker 4 (29:15):
Time to that church.

Speaker 7 (29:16):
When you wake up and you got her phone home?
What the hell were you?

Speaker 5 (29:24):
And it's backwards? You have to in the back and
in the back, pard.

Speaker 4 (29:34):
In the front.

Speaker 1 (29:36):
That's a crazy visual. That's a crazy visual right there.

Speaker 4 (29:41):
Yeah, what it's.

Speaker 2 (29:43):
Time for you to go back to church.

Speaker 8 (29:44):
When you're starting to look at your boys, grandmama is
starting to feel sometime.

Speaker 4 (29:50):
Yeah yeah right, who is that next?

Speaker 9 (30:04):

Speaker 4 (30:06):
I never felt that way? All right? This one? You
know it's time to go back to the church.

Speaker 5 (30:12):
When you see spake mark on your behind and you
don't know how they got that.

Speaker 2 (30:19):
You came?

Speaker 4 (30:20):
Yeah, you can't tell it's time.

Speaker 2 (30:22):
Excuse me? Did you no?

Speaker 4 (30:24):
And it's a man hand.

Speaker 2 (30:29):
That's pretty rough, pretty rough, I tell you.

Speaker 12 (30:32):
This the way you know it's time to good church.

Speaker 11 (30:34):
It's actually heavy the next day when your lights water
and gays get turned on the same day, you can't
do nothing.

Speaker 4 (30:42):
It's time.

Speaker 7 (30:45):
You know it's time to go back when you wake
up and your whole chest is pierced, the Lord back church.

Speaker 17 (31:04):

Speaker 2 (31:05):
Time for you to go back to church. You've been
arguing with this fine girl for I don't ahead of.

Speaker 8 (31:14):
Trying to convince her that ain't no way y'all can because.

Speaker 4 (31:23):
We're not really cousins.

Speaker 5 (31:24):
Now, come on, how you think that we're down to
the fifth the fifth head.

Speaker 4 (31:32):
It's trying to go back to church. You know it's
time to go back to church.

Speaker 5 (31:35):
When you wake up with a tattoo that says Veronica
and you don't know that name.

Speaker 4 (31:46):
It's time to go back church.

Speaker 12 (31:47):
It's time to go back to church.

Speaker 11 (31:50):
Where you start stalking anybody, oh little women off talking
about everywhere they are.

Speaker 4 (31:58):
Son, is.

Speaker 15 (32:02):

Speaker 7 (32:03):
It's time to go back to church. You had a
wonderful night with a woman. You wake up and passed
by the bathroom and she's standing up in What help me?

Speaker 2 (32:28):
Lord? You wake up in the morning.

Speaker 8 (32:35):
This is how you know it's really you got it?

Speaker 2 (32:40):
You wake up in the morning. Yeah, it's eight.

Speaker 8 (32:46):
Eight open condom rappers in the bed.

Speaker 2 (32:51):
You have no idea you did that though?

Speaker 5 (32:59):
You You know it's time to go back to church.

Speaker 4 (33:11):
When you wake up with a glass eye.

Speaker 5 (33:15):
You're holding a glass eye.

Speaker 4 (33:24):
Out of nowhere, nowhere, it's time to go back to church.

Speaker 5 (33:27):
Run around looking at ok yeah, where did that get
a glass?

Speaker 12 (33:33):
It's really time to go back to church.

Speaker 4 (33:35):

Speaker 11 (33:36):
When you wake up outside, it's somebody else's driveway.

Speaker 12 (33:40):
You have no idea.

Speaker 5 (33:42):
That's pretty Yeah, that's pretty.

Speaker 2 (33:46):
That's pretty rough. You know it's it's time to go
back to church.

Speaker 7 (33:53):
When you wake up and everybody around you got clue
cut clan.

Speaker 5 (33:57):
Hood, what did I do?

Speaker 8 (34:09):
Time for you to go back to church. You wake up,
you got a pentagon drawing on your chest, and you
gotta entitled ten cool things about Satan.

Speaker 2 (34:27):
You need to get.

Speaker 4 (34:30):
You know it's back to church. You know it's time
to go back to church.

Speaker 5 (34:34):
When you wake up with peanut butter all over your body.

Speaker 1 (34:39):
No jelly, no jelly, one more.

Speaker 5 (34:49):
An, it's time time to get on back up in them.

Speaker 10 (34:54):
You're listening Morning show.

Speaker 1 (34:57):
All right, guys, here we are.

Speaker 13 (34:58):
It's time for today's round of would you rather here
we go? Would you rather have a partner who is
beautiful but has an ugly, ugly personality?

Speaker 1 (35:11):
Or would you have a rather have a partner who's.

Speaker 13 (35:13):
Just Plaine Jane, plain Jane and has just a compatible personality.
Everyone loves them, They get along with everyone. Plain Jane,
plain Jane with a great personality.

Speaker 1 (35:28):

Speaker 12 (35:31):
Attitude would make you ugly anyway?

Speaker 10 (35:33):
Hell really?

Speaker 2 (35:34):
Yeah, thanks to put some new realms on. I've had
half of each one of them.

Speaker 1 (35:39):
So what does that mean?

Speaker 2 (35:43):
I've had all the combinations? Are you going to I've
had plain j with a glass attitude, really have a
glass and the nerve of you?

Speaker 8 (36:00):
How you think anybody vencla and take this mess? But
I'm gonna tell you what Marjorie to me, this is
just my opinion.

Speaker 2 (36:13):
It's really really attractive to me.

Speaker 8 (36:16):
And she has the best personality of any person I've
ever met. Marjorie is the closest thing to my mother
I've ever met in my life.

Speaker 2 (36:26):
She is that.

Speaker 8 (36:27):
Marjorie is a sweetheart of a person man, And I
really I had to learn how to live with her,
how not to blow out her candle because she's so
bubbly so much of the time. You know, sometimes I'd
be going, hey, hey, pull up little bit, what do
you want? Hey, man, stop blowing candles out? Boy, don't
be stupid. Boy used to live in the back cave.

Speaker 18 (36:49):
Remember that's to say, all right, I couldn't see nothing,
just bats going by.

Speaker 8 (37:11):
You ever had a back by your mouth and lips?
Damn day, that's what That's what it felt like.

Speaker 13 (37:20):
No, but I guess you're Are you saying your lips?

Speaker 1 (37:24):
What are you saying? That's all right?

Speaker 13 (37:31):
Would you would you rather eat a piece of food
that was really healthy for you but tasted like garbage?

Speaker 1 (37:39):
Or would you rather eat.

Speaker 13 (37:40):
Something that tasted great and that was just horrible for
you made you sick?

Speaker 1 (37:44):
All of that made you sick? You'd rather eat that
something to.

Speaker 8 (37:49):
Make i't healthy food just trifling all the time. They
didn't work for damn id Rather not eat it all?
I don't know what groot all gluten free food?

Speaker 2 (38:03):
Need to put the gluten right back in it.

Speaker 13 (38:05):
You're listening hard morning show, all right? J Anthony Brown
is here with comedy Roulette.

Speaker 4 (38:12):
What you got It's so simple, It's very simple. We
have to explain.

Speaker 5 (38:15):
I know Steve gets upset, but we have new listeners
by the hour, by the hour.

Speaker 2 (38:20):
We actually, yeah, it's.

Speaker 5 (38:22):
A championship team. Championship team. So it's comedy roulated. Here's
how we do it. We take five subjects, put them
on a wheel. Spun the wheel. Look at me, Shirley
when I said spun fun spun the wheel, spunning around
and around where it stops.

Speaker 4 (38:38):
We do the damn thing? What you got?

Speaker 14 (38:40):
All right?

Speaker 2 (38:40):
Here we go.

Speaker 13 (38:41):
Number one, So you're telling me you don't know how
you got naked pictures on your phone. No discussion, The
car always comes back on e.

Speaker 4 (38:54):
It all right?

Speaker 1 (38:56):
Number three? What part of you on punishment do you
not understand?

Speaker 4 (39:00):

Speaker 1 (39:02):
For I see that tooth missing? You see that toothless?

Speaker 10 (39:06):
How come you won't get it there?

Speaker 1 (39:10):
Number five? Nobody buys a bus pass just to be
buying you.

Speaker 4 (39:15):
Okay it spun it, spinet cats, let's missing.

Speaker 5 (39:21):
Let's do that phone man, that phone.

Speaker 4 (39:29):
Like this one Number one landed on Number one.

Speaker 13 (39:33):
You're telling me you don't know how you got naked
pictures in.

Speaker 5 (39:35):
Your have no idea how those pictures get you know what?

Speaker 4 (39:40):
Just ain't my damn phone?

Speaker 2 (39:41):
Look at that?

Speaker 11 (39:42):
Looking at it?

Speaker 7 (39:44):
So prompt?

Speaker 2 (39:45):
So phone.

Speaker 11 (39:48):
Massive fact, I don't know how well she really was
showing me was the results of her Mamma grade.

Speaker 1 (39:56):
That I set to.

Speaker 6 (39:57):
Say that she.

Speaker 4 (40:05):
Night you pushing it.

Speaker 2 (40:08):
Listen, let'sten, let'sten. Let me just tell you, baby, these
are the girls.

Speaker 7 (40:14):
That are auditioning for the vagina monologue.

Speaker 4 (40:19):
That's all.

Speaker 5 (40:20):
Listen, baby, Come on, man, they don't be like that.

Speaker 2 (40:28):
Yeah, she's not nicked.

Speaker 4 (40:32):
What she looked like it she looked.

Speaker 1 (40:35):
Next as soon as you're.

Speaker 2 (40:36):
Showing to me, and I'll see I she's not nicked.

Speaker 5 (40:41):
Oh, not only is she not naked. She was showing
me pictures of her bathroom. She just happened to be
next when she took the pictures. That's all that is.

Speaker 2 (40:49):
You need some work in the bathroom.

Speaker 12 (40:56):
Happened to me.

Speaker 4 (40:57):
For nice cabinets.

Speaker 2 (41:06):

Speaker 11 (41:06):
Look, I'm not I don't know how she sent the
picture to me because she wants me to show you.

Speaker 12 (41:11):
Ask you what you think she told me to do.
I'm just doing what she told me. She said, show
it to you and see what you think.

Speaker 2 (41:19):
Now what you think? Baby, baby? Baby? This is this
is listen.

Speaker 7 (41:27):
All these pictures is going into this new thing and
I'm opening up online called Pooty Book. Facebook understand the
song what it's about.

Speaker 2 (41:39):
You can't do the you can't do the book without
the booty. Baby.

Speaker 8 (41:47):
You're gonna ask me about these Neggard pictures in this phone.
She sent them to me so I could give them
the Lee Haney for his I'm just trying to help.

Speaker 5 (42:01):
Help somebody. He sent me the nexta pictures. She says
she got a rash on her back. Did I want
to see it? I said, yeah, that's what you ain't
nothing you want doctor?

Speaker 11 (42:17):
My name kir Okay, she was trying to to somebody
named kir stand.

Speaker 5 (42:23):
Here, stand wrong wrong? B don't know how I couldn't
even couldn't close it out.

Speaker 2 (42:31):
I told her I thought I had the measle. She said,
you look like.

Speaker 4 (42:49):
That was not like that, baby.

Speaker 1 (42:52):

Speaker 13 (42:52):
For this week's version of Comedy Room, Tommy has a braning.

Speaker 1 (42:56):
Phone call coming up right after this You're listen.

Speaker 13 (43:01):
Morning show Coming up at the top of the hour,
right about four minutes after. It's my Strawberry letter for today.
The subject he who finds a wife. We'll get into
that find out what that's all about, because I have
no clue right now. Uh, that's coming up a little later,
right now it is time for the nephew in today's
prank phone call what you got for?

Speaker 10 (43:22):
Its new?

Speaker 7 (43:23):
You know everybody has a work spile he the work
wife or work husband. You understand, Yeah, you know. Normally
workwives and work husbands they go out and have lunch together,
you know, and it just disturbs me while we at lunch.
When I'm at lunch with my work wife, her her
husband will come calling. Every time we are out to lunch.

Here he come calling, disturbed? What do you want?

Speaker 2 (43:47):
Why are you calling every lunch? What is it? You mad?

Speaker 10 (43:51):
I'm gonna get this train.

Speaker 2 (43:53):
Yeah, because I'm your work wife.

Speaker 1 (43:54):
You get mad when to call?

Speaker 2 (43:56):
Yeah? What do he want? Ain't you had? Well?

Speaker 18 (44:00):

Speaker 2 (44:00):
Gonna do what you got to do? What you do?
What do you want? Counting people? Money? What did you want?
You calling? Get these people these home loans and move on.

Speaker 7 (44:10):
This is work lunch. I think that's what Let's tie
level work lunchtime date. I'm sorry, lunchtime date. There you
lunchtime date. Let's go catch down, let's cut let's hurry
up for car on a divorce.

Speaker 9 (44:28):
Hello, Hey, I'm trying to speak to uh speak to Allen.

Speaker 14 (44:31):
Yeah, this is Alan.

Speaker 9 (44:32):
Who is this? Hey Alan? Yo, this Derek Man.

Speaker 14 (44:34):
Check us out.

Speaker 9 (44:34):
Bro. You are Rachel's Rachel's.

Speaker 17 (44:37):
Husband, right yeah, yeah, maybe something wrong?

Speaker 9 (44:39):
No no, no, no, no no.

Speaker 16 (44:41):

Speaker 9 (44:41):
Just like I said this, Derek Man.

Speaker 17 (44:42):
I work with your wife, Rachel, right you you you're
a supervisor or something. I mean you just this about
work something. I mean, she's doing a good job and everything.
She ain't back no, no, no, no, everything is straight. Man,
Ain't nothing wrong with the job. Everything is cool with
the job. This right here, man, is like what I noticed.

Speaker 14 (44:56):

Speaker 9 (44:57):
And if you know, it just seems like every single day,
you know, while she's on her lunch break, it seems like,
you know, you would call and and and uh and
then blocked up the whole hour of her lunch break.
And actually, you know, just be real, man, I'm just
trying to come correct with you. It just seemed like
you just cut in on all the time that I
have that I had with her.

Speaker 16 (45:16):

Speaker 17 (45:17):
Well, whoa, whoa, whoa ho hold up, hold.

Speaker 14 (45:19):
Up, hold up, bro, wait you what you doing at
lunch with my lady?

Speaker 9 (45:24):
Son? Like I said, you know, we just we're just
spending time, you know, doing lunchtime. But it just seems
so rude.

Speaker 2 (45:30):
You know that rude?

Speaker 14 (45:32):
Rude you you Okay. First of all, that's my lady, Okay,
I can call her whenever the I feel like calling that.
That's I pay for them, deil. I bought that iPhone
five I could get call whenever please.

Speaker 9 (45:42):
All right.

Speaker 14 (45:43):
Secondly, you ain't got no business being with a married
woman alone at lunch. This ain't no date. Ye're supposed
to be a work No, we are at work.

Speaker 9 (45:52):
We call, like I said, we call workers. You know,
it just seemed like half the whole time I'm sitting
in front of her. You know, we're supposed to be
having lunch together, she's talking to you the hole.

Speaker 14 (46:01):
Okay, what's your name?

Speaker 16 (46:02):

Speaker 14 (46:03):
Name there there there?

Speaker 9 (46:04):
All right, Derek?

Speaker 14 (46:04):
You work at the same building up, Okay, you you
will work right now? Huh yeah, I mean yeah, I
mean at the job, y'all working the same flows. I'm
goin to come and see you. You kings about to
jump off way way different for you, straight up.

Speaker 9 (46:15):
Okay, So don't let me ask you something. Man, What
is the big deal? I'm just trying to Okay, you
act like you don't see her, You like you don't
see her when she gets home. You know so, well,
why is it so important that you waste a whole
hour of bloodshime holding.

Speaker 14 (46:29):
Up a waste I'm talking to my lady. Okay, you
understand that. Why don't you go out there and get
and then you ain't got to worry about sitting up
in front of me. Lady, that's my wife. I walked
down the aisle with that. We got kids, we got
a house, we take caaded. He helped me hold it down.
And this you you you ain't you know? It's like

you if you don't ever want to come in and
do what they got, some always want to come in
and somebody else, wife, And why want you do this?
Take take the advice and see what have have worked
for you. Go to the church, library, grocery store, whatever
to find your debt and you get you a chick.

You get her for a minute, You caught her for
a minute. You wrote MANU for men. That's what real
men do. You know what I'm saying. That's what I did.
That's how I got my my Rachel. That's the that's
my heart. You're trying to sit up there in front
of lunch with us every day for the past year.
I'll tell you what, bro, It may not be today,
it may be tomorrow, but soon soon you gonna see

me me and you're gonna have none of this phone conversation.
It's gonna be a face to face you all.

Speaker 9 (47:38):
I'm man, I ain't trying to come between y'all and
all I'm done, okay, Like I'm saying, I'm not trying
to come between y'all. I'm just saying, if every day
you call him, man.

Speaker 14 (47:48):
What do you want? That's life supposed to talk to
every guy day. That's what a real do. You don't
know that because you are You ain't no real. All
you know about it trying to holler at some street.
You don't know what it ins to put in work
like a real man do, to actually hold down a home,
pay the bills, everything, the family, the kids, and fixing

the yards and fences. And you don't know nothing about that.
All you know about is you know, roch wife can't
even go to work. But I like you trying to
step in and don't mean no guy, but that's okay.
Like I promise you I won't be there. You're gonna
see me, and I'm gonna see you.

Speaker 2 (48:26):
You know.

Speaker 14 (48:27):
I'll tell you what this house is gonna go. It
may not be the night, but it's definitely not gonna
go past tomorrow. Between now and then, you gonna see me,
and I'm gonna see you and I.

Speaker 9 (48:38):
What's your son?

Speaker 14 (48:39):
That means I would come see you by tomorrow? Son
me and you Derek. That's your name, right, Dereka?

Speaker 2 (48:47):
My name is there?

Speaker 9 (48:48):

Speaker 8 (48:49):
You don't.

Speaker 14 (48:50):
I always want to people smiley face in my wife's face.
I'm gonna deal with Rachel when I see it.

Speaker 9 (48:55):
He can.

Speaker 14 (48:55):
Please believe that. Please believe that. Talk to about a
little friend at lunch and like, how give my up anyway?

Speaker 9 (49:02):
I got your number? How to raise your phone? But
that's besides about bunch.

Speaker 14 (49:07):
Starma, y'all. Ain't that cool? I don't think. I ain't
never heard of no dance before the day and what
set you're calling me talking about? You was at lunch
every day with wife and you a dog.

Speaker 9 (49:17):
It's a friendly lunch date, is what it is.

Speaker 14 (49:21):
How you just do friendly? I know about all that.
You ain't fooling me. I know, like you who pray
on married women all the time because they like you.
But that's like I said, it's gonna change fining shoes.

Speaker 9 (49:35):
Okay, don here's here's what you don't know. What you
don't know is is Tommy Tommy be pushing.

Speaker 14 (49:39):
Up on the more than me Tommy tom who Tommy Tommy.

Speaker 9 (49:44):
Is always pushing up on her? Tommy the one you
need to be worried about.

Speaker 14 (49:49):
You have Tommy who who the Tommy any dog dog.

Speaker 9 (49:53):
Dog nephew Tommy.

Speaker 14 (49:54):
Man, check this out.

Speaker 9 (49:55):
This is nephew Tommy from the Steel Hall and Morning Show.
Your wife Rachel got me the prank phone call you. Oh.
I can't believe y'all did this. May Oh.

Speaker 14 (50:11):
I could have come down and.

Speaker 16 (50:14):
You are man.

Speaker 14 (50:15):
Man, I am now well you don't I gonna burn
that building down. You don't even know. I'm like, Pete,
tell me this. This is my prediction. Somebody gonna pick
you up for real. You just you play too much? Man,
y'all trip it?

Speaker 9 (50:32):
Oh hey, man, take it out. You got to tell
me this. Man, what is the baddest radio show in
the lane?

Speaker 14 (50:38):
Only the Steve Harvey Morning Show?

Speaker 17 (50:39):

Speaker 2 (50:40):
Of course, all your work spouses out there.

Speaker 13 (50:46):
Y'all know how I I'm mad because you're at work
with someone else's wife and their husband keeps calling.

Speaker 2 (51:00):
You outright, you outright? Time to say when we at work, Yes.

Speaker 10 (51:07):
You're listening Harvey Morning Show.

Speaker 13 (51:11):
All right, guys, time now for today's Strawberry Letter. And
if you need advice on relationships, dating, work, sex, parenting
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Speaker 1 (51:27):
You never know we could be reading yours live All.

Speaker 11 (51:30):
Right, ladies and doing It's time for the Strawberry Letter
with my good friend, Shirley Strawberry.

Speaker 1 (51:34):
Thank you, Junior, my good friend. Subject he who finds
a wife. Dear Stephen, Shirley, I'm in need of advice.

Speaker 10 (51:42):
I'm a thirty six year.

Speaker 13 (51:43):
Old divorced man and I'm engaged to be married. I'm
a middle school teacher and I have two children by
my first marriage. My wife is also a teacher at
the same school, and we divorced after.

Speaker 1 (52:02):
Okay, I'm going to say it.

Speaker 10 (52:04):
I'm going to say it. This is crazy, right.

Speaker 13 (52:07):
We divorced after I caught her cheating on me in
her car with the track coach at our school.

Speaker 3 (52:13):
Uhh, what.

Speaker 1 (52:16):
After the scandal.

Speaker 13 (52:19):
He transferred to a high school and my ex wife
married him. It was hell to have to work with
her after she moved on with the guy that she
cheated on me with. One day, she came into my
classroom and begged me to give her a minute to talk.
Then she started crying and asked for my forgiveness, but
I was not ready to forgive her. She grabbed me

and started kissing on me, and all of the feelings
I had for her came back. We had sex in
the storage closet in my classroom, and I did not
use protection. After the sex, she said she wanted to
get her family back together, and she asked me to
break up with her fiance. With my fiance, I felt

like crap because I never wanted to cheat on my fiance,
and for the next few weeks I avoided my ex
wife and ignored her calls. She popped back up in
my classroom a week ago and I asked her to leave.
She blurted out that she's pregnant and it's my child.
Then she said, we need to get our family back
together for the baby's sake. This woman cheated on me

and broke my heart, and I made a big mistake
by having sex with her. I'm a great father, so
I want to do what's right. I always thought when
a man finds a wife, he finds a good thing.

Speaker 1 (53:38):
But not in this case.

Speaker 13 (53:39):
What am I supposed to do now? Please help? Well,
she wants you to leave your fiance, but has she
left her husband? The track coach. All right, you didn't
mention the timeline here, but this sounds like it kind
of happened really fast. From the time you caught her cheating,
it's been NonStop craziness. At least the coach had sense

enough to move on to another school, and with his
all the way wrong self, let's just say that all
the way wrong. The other thing is, I wouldn't believe
a word, not a word that came out of your
ex wife's mouth about being pregnant.

Speaker 1 (54:17):
I just wouldn't believe it. Without any receipts, she'd have
to show me something.

Speaker 13 (54:21):
She's already proven herself to be a liar and the
cheater and a very untrustworthy person. She betrayed you, and
she did it with the teacher at the same school,
the track coach. Come on, now, she had no regard
at that time, no respect for you. The kids, none
of that. When it was going down, you know, the
only way to find out the truth is to get

a DNA test. But the thing is your fiance could
find out about that, and that could create more drama,
more mess, Not to mention you would hurt her deeply.
I'm assuming you haven't told her and she knows nothing
right now. The question is, though, do you still love
your ex wife and do you want to get back
together with her?

Speaker 1 (55:02):
Deep down?

Speaker 13 (55:03):
You haven't said one way or the other. And you
got to remember now, she cheated way below the belt
on you and broke up your family, the kids, everything.
She left you guys, and went with this guy that
she cheated on you with. The thing is, maybe you
will be ready to forgive her one day, even if
it's just for the children's sake, But can you ever

forget what she did?

Speaker 1 (55:25):
I don't think so. I don't think you're going to
be able to forget that.

Speaker 13 (55:29):
So I say take some time to make your next move,
and make your next move be your best move, because
you can still be a great father if this truly
is your baby, even if you and your wife are
no longer together.

Speaker 1 (55:41):
She's trifling. You got to put that in there, your
trifling ex wife, Steve.

Speaker 8 (55:47):
All right, this letter right here, I don't I wouldn't
even have to write the letter. If I were you,
I really wouldn't bro because this is a no brainer
for me. You're thirty six, you divorced, and you gage
to be married. That's all that matters right now. Your
middle school teacher, you had two children by your first wife.

Your first wife was a teacher at the same school,
and you had to get a divorce because you caught
this help for cheating on you in her car with
the track coach at our school. I don't know where
the car was parked, but wherever it was, this track
coach dumb enough to get in this married woman's car.

And then after the scandal, he transferred to a high
school that was to avoid the ass whipping, and my
ex wife married him. Then you say it was hell
to have to work with her after she moved on
with the guys she cheated on with you. That's okay.
I got these as all the facts. Then one day

she came your classroom, begged you for a minute to talk.
You started, she started crying. I ask you for forgiveness,
but I wasn't ready to forgive it. She grabbed me
and started kissing on me, and all the feelings I
had for her came back. We had sex in the
storage closet in my classroom. I didn't use protection. It
all happened so quickly, and she's being very aggressive after
it all happened, and then said she wanted to get

her family back together and asked me to break up
with my fiance.

Speaker 2 (57:18):
That ain't happening.

Speaker 8 (57:21):
Please break up with your fiance for what? You forgot
what this hella did? So what you had sex in
the clause and she was in there too, and you
got caught up, So what forget about it? Write it off,

and now have the lie that you need to produce
to continue with your life.

Speaker 2 (57:46):
Right after this? Oh there is a lie involved.

Speaker 10 (57:50):
Here, surprise.

Speaker 13 (57:54):
All right, we'll have part too of Steve's response coming
up at twenty three minutes after the hour, subject finds
a wife.

Speaker 1 (58:00):
We'll get back into it right after this. You're listening.

Speaker 13 (58:05):
Morning show, all right, Come on, Steve, let's recap today's
strawberry letter. The subject is he who finds a wife.

Speaker 8 (58:12):
This letter right here is kind of ridiculous, but I'm
gonna try to work with this young man. Thirty six
year old divorced man engaged to be married. He's a
middle school teacher, got two children by his first marriage,
and his first wife was a teacher at the same school.
They got a divorce because he caught her cheating on
him in her car with the track coach at day school.

First of all, in the car is low that's a
low wow. After the scandal, he transferred to a high
school and my ex wife married him. What and then
it was hall to have to come to work with
her after she moved on with the guy that she
cheated on me with. She got a lot of guts. Man,
This is a gutsy, low life chick right here. One

day she came to a classroom and begged me to
give her a minute talks. She started crying and asked
me for forgiveness. I was not ready to forget when
she grabbed me and started kissing on me, and all
the feelings I had for her cane back. We had
sex in the storage closet in my classroom. I ain't
used predection. It happened so quickly. She was being very aggressive.
After the sex, she said she wanted to get her

family back together, and she asked me to break up
with my fiance. Wait, wait a minute, where where this
come from? Wait a minute, You done came in here.
You ain't gave us a timeline, but she didne got married.
She wanted to get her family back together, so she
comes in here to have sex with her ex husband
that has a fiance. So obviously both of you all

had moved on with your life. I felt like crap
because I never wanted to cheat on my fiance. Okay, bruh,
it happened. Spured a moment. Shut your damn mouth.

Speaker 2 (59:45):

Speaker 8 (59:45):
For the next few weeks, I avoided my ex wife
and ignored her calls. She popped back up in my
classroom a week ago. I asked her to leave. She
blurted out that she's pregnant and it's my child. Ignore that,
Oh okay, ignore that. That's bullcrap. She's pregnant by the coach.

She's decided that she want her family back because her
and the coach ain't working out. She saw that you
a better man, so now she's devised this scheme to
get you back. She came in there to have sex
with you. This was not a she planning this and
now she comes down, I'm pregnant and it's your child.

Speaker 2 (01:00:27):
No it ain't.

Speaker 8 (01:00:28):
Then she said, we need to get our family back
together for the baby's sake.

Speaker 2 (01:00:32):
What baby? What baby? And where her husband in all this?
Like Shirley said, where's her husband? And all this? Do
he know she went in and had sex with you
in the closet.

Speaker 8 (01:00:46):
But I'm gonna tell you what I think is gonna
happen right here in a second, Hold on, this woman
cheated on me, broke my heart. I made a big
mistake my having sex with her. I'm a great father,
so I want to do what's right. What the hell
does being a great father have to do with any
of this? Any of it talking about we need to

get back together for the baby's sake. For the baby's sake? Dog,
First of all, you don't know that she's pregnant. Secondly,
you don't know if it's your baby. Thirdly, this sounds
like a scam to me. So now I'm a great
father that I want to do the right thing. I
always thought when a man finds a wife, he finds

a good thing, but not in this case.

Speaker 2 (01:01:31):
Your good thing could be your second one or your
third one.

Speaker 17 (01:01:35):
You don't know.

Speaker 2 (01:01:38):
What am I supposed to do?

Speaker 7 (01:01:39):

Speaker 8 (01:01:39):
Please help? First of all, call her bluff. Don't tell
your fiance. Say nothing, it never happened. If she bring
it up, call her a lie. It never happened. We
didn't have sex. I don't know what you're talking about.

Speaker 2 (01:01:56):
See. Let her go into her home and tell this
to the track coach. See that's what see bruh.

Speaker 8 (01:02:03):
When a person come to lay something on your door
step in your house, make sure they got that same
information going back to they dose step at they house.
Let her go tell track coach, who then transferred married her.
Let her go in there and tell him I that
had sex with my ex husband and it's him. But
you know why she hasn't told the track coach any

of this because she gotta wait and see on you
see what your move gonna be.

Speaker 2 (01:02:31):
See all this is predicated on your reaction.

Speaker 8 (01:02:34):
If you say, yeah, let's get our family back together,
then she gonna go in there with track coach and
tell him she cheated on it.

Speaker 2 (01:02:40):
But she playing a dangerous game. Don't do this, dog.

Speaker 8 (01:02:44):
Tell her having sex with you is the biggest mistake.
I don't believe it's my baby I'm going on with
my life and you should do the same with yours.
Tail track coach, I say, what's happening, and if he
come up in my face, he getting that ass whip
and he should have gotten in the first place. And
as far as me and you go, that ain't about nothing.

Speaker 15 (01:03:02):
We're done.

Speaker 8 (01:03:04):
Thanks for the hot shot in the closet, but it's
over the hot shot, that little hot shot we had
in the closet. Appreciate you, but that's that was a mistake.
And my other mistake was thinking you was the wife
of my dreams. Now you take all this trickery and
laid it on the doorstep of the track coach. And

I'm telling you right now I'm not marrying you. I'm
moving on with my life. Well, I'm gonna tell your
fiance we had sex.

Speaker 2 (01:03:33):
No we didn't. Her word against ain't no baby and
dog and when you had a baby.

Speaker 8 (01:03:40):
Now, paternity tests and it may prove that it's to
track coaches, and if it proved that it's yours, then
we'll deal with it then.

Speaker 2 (01:03:47):
But you don't need her as no wife. She weighed
too tricky.

Speaker 8 (01:03:50):
Man and y'all always talking about men wants a Cheatah,
always a Cheatah?

Speaker 2 (01:03:54):
Who is this chick?

Speaker 9 (01:03:58):
I say?

Speaker 8 (01:03:58):
Shall talk about men? Always a cheatah wants a Cheatah?
What about this trick?

Speaker 16 (01:04:04):
Thank you?

Speaker 2 (01:04:06):
Gun wow oh.

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Speaker 10 (01:04:17):
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Speaker 8 (01:04:26):
A man who has caused me to lose most celebrity friends,
murdering the hits Jay Anthony Brown.

Speaker 4 (01:04:34):
As well, you're not gonna lose any friends today, you not.
This is a great one.

Speaker 5 (01:04:38):
I held, all right, Today's it this very very dead
to me. And I got this from my buddy Steve.
He said, my wife Wedsday's damn capri pants all the time,
and he's really sick of it. Could you write a
song letting some of these ladies know that you just
you can't wear these pants?

Speaker 2 (01:05:00):
God damn.

Speaker 4 (01:05:03):
Check it out.

Speaker 1 (01:05:18):
The big girls of sexy, all the meat on the moons.

Speaker 4 (01:05:24):
Some ouples look.

Speaker 2 (01:05:25):
Good on you.

Speaker 1 (01:05:27):
Some you should leave alone.

Speaker 4 (01:05:31):
Well, I mean to let you know.

Speaker 5 (01:05:34):
Girl on steal round or cut someone dressed or tape
pants look green as long as those pants are longly
love side of breeze gat no one but you was
a seed of spressed up below your knees.

Speaker 19 (01:05:58):
They looked at her, not in the onlyes. Those pends
don't have set some people, but hey, that's his.

Speaker 16 (01:06:11):
You will to learn.

Speaker 5 (01:06:15):
Let's six times a week subdue me a favorite girl
who's burning capries.

Speaker 19 (01:06:24):
They look at them to let the young game you please.

Speaker 1 (01:06:31):
Those pends don't have the longest pendy.

Speaker 5 (01:06:35):
That's a singing tumprie.

Speaker 2 (01:06:37):
You will.

Speaker 4 (01:06:38):
That's Mary say and Hannah.

Speaker 2 (01:06:41):
That's six times a right to me.

Speaker 4 (01:06:47):
You've got it, You've got it.

Speaker 5 (01:06:49):
You've gotta step Wendles Capri says, to please, they're wearing
No one came.

Speaker 10 (01:07:03):
Hey, you really were a singer and you're.

Speaker 15 (01:07:08):
He did that way much, I say famely. You didn't
lose any friends on that. You didn't lose any friends
on that one.

Speaker 10 (01:07:25):
Next week, you're listening morning show.

Speaker 13 (01:07:33):
In today's office topic. Uh, here's a question. Have you
ever been told just be yourself? Just be yourself and
you'll be fine and it ended up being horrible advice
for you. Maybe it was on a first date. Maybe
you were told to be yourself on your first day.

Speaker 1 (01:07:48):
Of a new job.

Speaker 13 (01:07:50):
So, Steve, I gotta ask you, are there situations that
you should avoid just being yourself? When you were comfortable
enough to just be yourself in your relationship? Or were
you comfortable enough to be just being in your relationship?

Speaker 8 (01:08:04):
My first, uh, first gig on the radio in La
with you the dude that gave me job to man,
just be yourself. Three days later they surely said, we
have enough us in here being his stuff. We need
to get a radio person in here to control some
of it. We need surely get internet. When you need

to do a time Doug, I didn't do time check.
I never announced what station you're listening to. If you
hear my voice, ain't you listening to the station? Whereas
I got to come in and say this, paut So
you have to say the call letters to let them know. Boy,

how you hearing me say the call letters? If your station.

Speaker 2 (01:08:51):
Ain't on this.

Speaker 1 (01:08:54):
Start, its logical to you.

Speaker 2 (01:08:57):
But just check and then and then and then.

Speaker 8 (01:09:01):
In La the traffic, I didn't understand that it's rush hour,
the four five.

Speaker 1 (01:09:06):
It's packed every damn date, every time.

Speaker 8 (01:09:10):
At two days time, Hey, we have to go to
a commercial at eighteen after But I'm talking though.

Speaker 2 (01:09:19):
Yeah, they put Shirley Strawberry on the radio.

Speaker 8 (01:09:22):
And when I first met Shirley, I thought she was attractive,
but I didn't care for her because I said, you know,
like me, just tell me what to do.

Speaker 13 (01:09:32):
Yeah, he didn't like me because he had nothing to
do with my hiring. They it's exactly true what he's saying.

Speaker 2 (01:09:39):
No, they just put her in that. They ain't asked
me nothing. I looked at him.

Speaker 1 (01:09:43):
He asked me ya for a while to come in
to listen to the show, to listen.

Speaker 7 (01:09:47):
He actually had no control over you, sir. Let's let's
let's just call it what it is, sir. He had
no control over you. You were hired by somebody else.
He had nothing to do with your high.

Speaker 2 (01:10:00):
You know, I love it. I love it.

Speaker 10 (01:10:05):
Radio radio show.

Speaker 1 (01:10:08):
I said, what are you doing?

Speaker 2 (01:10:09):
So I said, baby girl, baby girl, stop saying all
that I'm talking. She said, we have to go to
break right now.

Speaker 1 (01:10:19):
I'm doing And you know what the sad party is.
Not much has changed here.

Speaker 8 (01:10:26):
We are well now works some time now because I
still what sponsorship.

Speaker 2 (01:10:33):
Yeah, yeah I didn't get you fought it.

Speaker 12 (01:10:40):
Yeah, you still want to you just say almost another job?

Speaker 8 (01:10:48):
I really, you know, I lied to get all my
other jobs before I got into show business. If I'd
told the truth, i'd never got hirt. I couldn't beat myself.
Y'all wouldn't have me. I got criminal record, a criminal background.
I've been to court. I don't know how many times
I'm on probation. Ain't nobody fit hand me?

Speaker 2 (01:11:09):
So I lied.

Speaker 8 (01:11:11):
I lied on all my applications. I tried to get
a job one time at a jewelry store.

Speaker 2 (01:11:20):
The question was what kind of jewis store? Though? What
were we talking about at, like a jewelry store in
the mall South? Yeah, something like.

Speaker 8 (01:11:29):
It was a little little jewelry store. I just saw
some watches. I like, Now I'm living going in here
and try to work here. And the guy was sitting
at the interview he said, have you ever stolen anything before?
I said, like what, yeah, but I would you know,
have you ever stolen that? Like like what like you
talk tato chips or something like that. I'm admit to that,

but that like, have I stole jewelry?

Speaker 2 (01:11:53):
No, not yet. That's that's why. So I was just
went with it.

Speaker 8 (01:11:58):
Now, Like what he said anything. He said, When I
was little, I used to steal potato chips and stuff.

Speaker 1 (01:12:04):
Oh okay, as you get the job.

Speaker 2 (01:12:07):
Oh no, he said.

Speaker 13 (01:12:09):
Here, all right, we'll have more of the Steve Robby
Morning Show coming up at twenty minutes after.

Speaker 10 (01:12:14):
Right after this, you're listening Hary Morning Show.

Speaker 1 (01:12:21):
It's a fact that some people just get on your
last nerve no matter what.

Speaker 4 (01:12:24):

Speaker 13 (01:12:24):
The website Bold has listed a few ways to effectively
deal with people.

Speaker 10 (01:12:30):
All right, so, Steve, you are.

Speaker 13 (01:12:32):
A self proclaimed difficult, difficult person. Difficult person. You say
that's what you are. You were voted that in high school.

Speaker 2 (01:12:42):
I say it too. Yeah, he's a difficult person here.

Speaker 13 (01:12:46):
So let's see if this is there you go being difficult.
We're going to see if these will help us deal
us deal with you better. First, it says to take
a deep breath to everyone, take a deep breath, let
it out. Then find a common ground to create a bond.

We can use humor if it's appropriate, and that should
work bode well because you're you're a comedian, or just
walk away, just walk away.

Speaker 1 (01:13:18):
We can't walk away on the show, though, so so Tommy, Carla,
you think any of these will work?

Speaker 13 (01:13:26):
With our most difficult person taking a deep breath, walking away,
try to find common ground and create a bond.

Speaker 1 (01:13:32):
You think, so, guys, they forgot praying.

Speaker 2 (01:13:35):
Yeah, so what else?

Speaker 8 (01:13:36):
All these deep breaths and all these deep breaths and
make sure you have a mint whatever.

Speaker 2 (01:13:47):
Ain't none of that? You give it up.

Speaker 1 (01:13:50):
It's just not gonna happen.

Speaker 2 (01:13:51):
It's who he is.

Speaker 1 (01:13:52):
All right, we'll have more of the sea, More of
the Sea.

Speaker 13 (01:13:56):
Harvey Morning Show coming up at thirty three minutes after
we will play around would you rather?

Speaker 2 (01:14:02):
Right after this?

Speaker 10 (01:14:03):
You're listening hard Morning Show?

Speaker 13 (01:14:06):
All right, guys, here we are. It's time for today's
round of would you rather? Here we go would you
rather have a partner who is beautiful but has an
ugly ugly personality?

Speaker 1 (01:14:20):
Or would you have a rather have a partner who's.

Speaker 13 (01:14:23):
Just plain Jane, plain Jane, and has just a combatible personality.
Everyone loves them, They get along with everyone, Plain Jane,
plain Jane with a great personality.

Speaker 2 (01:14:38):
Really, yeah, I've been.

Speaker 12 (01:14:41):
So attitude would make you up anyway?

Speaker 2 (01:14:43):
Really ex help put some new realms on it. I've
had half of each one of them.

Speaker 1 (01:14:50):
So what does that mean?

Speaker 8 (01:14:52):
Well, I've had all the compensations are you going to
I've had plain j the glass too, really that boy,
and the nerve of you, how you think LA take

this mess? But but I'm gonna tell you what Marjorie
to me, this suggests, my opinion, is really really attractive
to me. And she has the best personality of any
person I've ever met. Marjorie is the closest thing to

my mother I've ever met in my life. She is that.
Marjorie is a sweetheart of a person man, And I
really I had to learn how to live with her,
how not to blow out her candle because she's so
bubbly so much of the time. You know, sometimes I'll
be going, hey, hey, hold up a little bit what
you want on? So hey, man, stop blowing candles out. Boy,

don't be stupid. Boy used to live in the remember.

Speaker 1 (01:16:04):
That's a great thing to say.

Speaker 8 (01:16:06):
All right, I couldn't see nothing, just bats going back.
You ever had a back flap by your mouth? And damn,

that's what That's what it felt like.

Speaker 10 (01:16:33):
I guess you're are you saying your lips? What are
you saying?

Speaker 1 (01:16:42):
That's all right?

Speaker 13 (01:16:43):
Would you would you rather eat a piece of food
that was really healthy for you but tasted like garbage.

Speaker 1 (01:16:51):
Or would you rather eat something that tasted great and
that was just superrible for you it made you sick?

Speaker 4 (01:16:57):
All of that made you.

Speaker 1 (01:17:00):
Rather something.

Speaker 8 (01:17:03):
I ain't healthy food that's trifling all the time, they
didn't work for day.

Speaker 2 (01:17:08):
Rather eat it all. I don't know what bluten is
all gluten free food. Need to put the gluten right
back in it.

Speaker 13 (01:17:19):
Forty nine minutes after the hour, it's our last break
of the day, and we'll have some closing remarks from
the one and only Steve Harvey right after this break.

Speaker 1 (01:17:27):
You're listening.

Speaker 10 (01:17:30):
Morning Show.

Speaker 1 (01:17:31):
All right, we are back. This is our last break
of the day.

Speaker 3 (01:17:35):

Speaker 1 (01:17:36):
We're ready for your closing remarks.

Speaker 2 (01:17:37):
I'm so happy today.

Speaker 8 (01:17:41):
I want to give you all something that came to me. Uh,
it came to me this morning. I was been in
really over the weekend. I was doing a lot of
prayer for meditating over the weekend, you know, just trying
to recenter myself. You know, sometimes I get a little off,
you know, I see myself sliding off course. I'm forgetting

to be grateful as I should. I start working on
some things that I want to happen.

Speaker 2 (01:18:07):
So badly.

Speaker 8 (01:18:08):
I keep pouring a lot of time into it. I keep,
you know, reviewing my plans and goals, and sometimes you know,
your second guest stuff, and sometimes you spend a lot
of time just scratching your head trying to figure out
your next move. I'm sure everybody can relate to that.
How you sit up in here, man, and some of

your best laid plans seem to be going awrye and
you just can't figure it out. I was sitting up
and somebody sent me this this morning, and then it's
entitled Release, and as I read it, I just want
to share with you the thoughts that I was having
when I was reading this thing called Release, and it says,

Heavenly Father, I released to you the burdens that I
have been carrying, burdens that you never intended for me.
Took care you know what I've read that it meant
something to me because a lot of the stuff that's
on us that we can around, who ain't even intend
for us to can around, We just canned around because

we done took it upon ourself to worry about it.
We done took it upon ourself that this is now
this arbatross around our neck when God really didn't intend
for that. You know, other people's problems really ain't your problems.
They can bring it to you, but that don't mean
it's yours. So you end up carrying around stuff that

God never intended for you to carry. You know, like
you hear your grandmama used to say, don't let other
people put they trash in your trash can, cause you
need all that room for your trash, But now you
car around somebody else's. Then it goes on to say,
I cast all my cares upon you, all my worries,
all my fears. You have told me to not be

anxio about anything, but rather to bring everything to you
in prayer with thankfulness. Man, I had forgotten about that,
and when I read that, it reminded me that I
shouldn't be anxious about these deals. I'm working on my
next move, what I need to get done. Why am
I tripping about that? I don't know how it's gonna

turn out anyway. I'm anxious about something that I actually
have no control over. So I just said to me, Steve,
just turn this over to who got all this in control,
and let him have it, and be grateful for what
you have, And then it says, Father, calm my relentless spirit,
quiet my anxious heart, steal my troubling thoughts, with the

assurance that you are in control.

Speaker 2 (01:20:48):
Man Ain't that cool?

Speaker 8 (01:20:49):
When you turn some over to God and all of
a sudden you have a calmness, a quiet and a
stillness because you ain't got.

Speaker 2 (01:20:55):
To worry about it no more.

Speaker 8 (01:20:57):
Then it says, I let go of my grip upon
the things that have been I've been hanging on to
with open hands. I come to you, I release to
you and will all that I am trying to manipulate.
I release to you all that I'm trying to manipulate.
So if you let go of stuff, if you let

go of a lot of stuff that you're hanging on to, y'all,
you can go to God with open hands. If you
go to God with open hands, he got something to
feel now. But if you hanging on and got a
death grip on a whole bunch of stuff that you
can't do nothing about it, and it's really meaningless, you
ain't got room to receive what He got for you.

So I release to you all that I am trying
to manipulate. I release to you your authority. All that
I am trying to control, I release to your timing
all that I have been striving to make happen. Everything
I've been trying to make happen. I'm gonna let you
make it happen. Everything I've been wanting to happen at
a certain time. I'm gonna let that happen in your time.

You do it in your time, when it's your will.
For me, it's called release. Just let it go, man,
because you tripping about stuff you really can't control. That's
an amazing thing. Then it says, I thank you for
your promise to sustain me, because that's his promise to
sustain you, preserve me and God all that I have

entrusted to your keeping. So now when you turn it
over to God and you let him have it, and
you release this grip on this stuff that you have
no control over, and you ask for his calmness and
your quiet and you release everything to him, guess what,
now you can just trust that you don't put it
in the right hands. You got it in the best hand,

so he gonna protect that. Now he watching over it
instead of you watching over it. Now, who would you
rather have watching over something you or God, protect my
heart and mind with your peace, the peace that passes
all under standing.

Speaker 2 (01:23:02):
Father, May your will be done in my life. That
was powerful to.

Speaker 8 (01:23:08):
Me, man, And I read that this morning and I said, Wow,
I'm gonna share that with everybody, because that really helped
me today. Man, that it allowed me to let go
of something, to let go of stuff that I've been
hanging on to trying to make stuff happen. When so
much stuff that's out of my control. If you just

let it go, turn it over to God and be
all right with it, because he been having you. Why
would he not have this? But we grab ourselves and
we want to be a part of it so much
that we end up getting in the way. So I
asked that his will be done in my life, in

your time and in your way, however he want to
do it, and whenever he want to do it, I'm
cool with that. Stop being anxious for everything, y'all, step back,
Turn it over to God.

Speaker 2 (01:24:00):
Let him do what he'd do. Talk to God. He'd
love to hear from you.

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