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September 18, 2019
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  • you got to come here
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  • you got to come here."
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  • She goes, "I don't know what to do."
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  • I'm like, "I don't know what to do either, but I'm coming.
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  • You know, I'm coming."
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  • Jeremy Redmon: We could see how heavy it was.
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  • We saw the dark just covering, and we talked about it like
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  • literally with the question of, "What do we do?
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  • Jay is not okay."
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  • Brad Fogarty: It's like the second the enemy lies to you,
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  • is the second you ought to say something.
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  • Jay dawg was our rock for all of us,
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  • and so when the rock was hurting, we were like,
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  • "I don't know how to tend," you know what I mean?
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  • And so, then we started like closing curtains
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  • on our own impact.
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  • When the light comes, darkness runs away
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  • And only what lives in the light can stay
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  • When the light comes, nothing left to hide
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  • So, come out of the darkness
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  • and turn on the light
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  • I throw open the door, I fall to my knees
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  • I lay down my pride, no secrets to keep
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  • The light of your love is shining on me
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  • The goodness of God is setting me free
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  • When the light comes, darkness runs away
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  • and only what lives in the light can stay
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  • When the light comes, nothing left to hide
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  • so come out of the darkness
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  • and turn on the light
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  • Mike: Big Daddy Weave really is a family,
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  • and I think that's evident among the five of us in the band,
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  • but the family is much larger than just that.
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  • Jeremy: No matter if they were strangers before,
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  • they became part of the family.
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  • male: Sometimes, there's some fights that come with it too
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  • just because you're in that close proximity.
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  • male: It's family.
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  • And we do live together, and we really try to value
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  • making that happen for all of our crew.
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  • Jeremy: We care about them and we want to make sure
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  • that they're feeling blessed throughout this process as well.
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  • male: So, my official title is tour manager.
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  • So, I'm mainly in charge of the logistics of the tour,
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  • anything regarding scheduling, catering, travel, lodging,
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  • making sure they were starting the show on time,
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  • doors are opening on time.
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  • So, this morning around 8 a.m., the semi-truck pulled in,
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  • we started rolling cases out, getting them into our rehearsal
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  • space here at sound check.
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  • And the production crew started cleaning all of our cables
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  • and all of our gear, just kind of getting things prepped
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  • for the band to get in tomorrow and start rehearsing.
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  • We're going to be playing a few new songs on this tour.
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  • And our rig, our lighting and video rig,
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  • looks way different this go around than it has
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  • in the past couple years.
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  • So, it's going to take a little bit of extra time to just make
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  • sure the band is ready to go when they--when they come
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  • in tomorrow morning to actually start rehearsing.
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  • Mike: I mean, everybody on the crew,
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  • I mean, just down to the very last person has a heart
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  • for what the mission of Big Daddy Weave is, you know?
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  • They do their jobs with just with an excellent--
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  • excellence and with a passion for the mission.
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  • Some of those folks have come from an incredible ministry
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  • that we've partnered with called Red Letter led by a great,
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  • great friend and mentor of ours, Brad Fogarty.
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  • Brad, for a long time was the tour manager of Big Daddy Weave
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  • and has always functioned as a shepherd to the guys
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  • in Big Daddy Weave.
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  • He has just brought words of wisdom, man,
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  • and just living out an example of what it is to be
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  • in pursuit of Jesus.
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  • Brad: When the Lord brought me out of a career of speaking
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  • and into a career of speaking in the back lounge of a bus
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  • or in random catering rooms across the country,
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  • it had to come with community.
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  • 'Cause I'm just a discipleship guy.
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  • And I just believe if you've learned something,
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  • don't die with it, you know?
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  • If you've hurt to gain wisdom, keep somebody else from hurting.
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  • So, there's a huge transition coming in my life,
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  • where I'm stepping away from the road with Big Daddy Weave
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  • and passing the torch.
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  • I say bittersweet, I'll probably sit there and cry,
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  • but it's family, you know?
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  • You pour and you pour, man, that produces an intimacy
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  • that doesn't come from just hanging out or--
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  • we've been through the fire and back.
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  • You know, we've lost loved ones together.
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  • We've lost body parts, you know?
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  • And I don't even say that as a joke, but I mean,
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  • literally like we've been through the fire together.
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  • male: Having Brad Fogarty on the road,
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  • he and I both started with Big Daddy Weave at the same time.
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  • And the guys had known Brad for a while,
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  • and kind of knew of him and kind of the things that he did,
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  • and some of his speaking and doing different things
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  • like that.
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  • But they reached out to him to come and be a part
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  • of Big Daddy Weave, and come out and be kind of the road pastor
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  • and just kind of disciple us into discipleship.
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  • And really be somebody that we can take issues to and speak to
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  • about what's going on in our own lives.
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  • Brad: Man, God has chaptered our lives.
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  • This is a new chapter, you know?
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  • And honestly, my new chapter isn't absent of Big Daddy Weave.
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  • And the amazing thing is Big Daddy Weave's
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  • new chapter isn't absent of me.
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  • And so, that's how beautiful the Lord is,
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  • that's how he like weaves together the tapestry that is
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  • the body of Christ, you know?
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  • Mike: You want to start trying some stuff then?"
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  • And BB was just saying he's going to have to--the tracks
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  • we got to fix, he's got to do a bunch of stuff to that.
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  • The goal for them today is to capture things
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  • that we're working through.
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  • Jeremy: Yep.
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  • Jay Weaver: Which dot does it start on?
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  • What dot?
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  • Mike: Rehearsal is pretty important couple of days here.
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  • One of the cool things about this tour is bringing out
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  • a couple of amazing friends with us.
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  • Jonathan Chiu, incredible violinist.
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  • Becca Bradley on cello.
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  • Even though we've played these songs many,
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  • many, many times, we've never played them together
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  • with who we're calling right now Chiubecca, you know?
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  • Because they make this incredible string team.
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  • Jonathan Chiu: Are we thinking like big orchestral,
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  • or like kind of like jam with like a band type thing
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  • like that?
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  • Mike: And so, we're kind of reimagining some of the songs
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  • with them involved.
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  • And we're also kind of just sharing,
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  • "Hey, this is how we do these songs live," and letting them
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  • get a handle on what we're going to be doing for literally
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  • probably the better part of the next year.
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  • By your beauty I'm overwhelmed
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  • I'm overwhelmed by--
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  • Jeremy: So, it's going to be interesting to just see how this
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  • works with having a couple extra players that are a little bit
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  • more classical, bringing a little bit
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  • more class to the group.
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  • Jeremy: So, how long is it?
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  • How long do we wait to come in basically?
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  • Do we know yet?
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  • Mike: Dude, so he'll be like-- It'll be like--
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  • male: Rehearsal time, it's got to happen.
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  • This one's been really different though in the fact that
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  • there's not a supporting act that we were going to take out
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  • this time.
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  • We decided to add string players.
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  • I feel like we're going to be able to play some of the songs
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  • that normally would have to get cut just because of time alone.
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  • So, there's an excitement about that between that
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  • and the string players alone.
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  • You know, we're looking forward to this tour actually.
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  • Mike: As we're in the rehearsal process,
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  • there's a lot more to this whole thing I think for us,
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  • especially the five guys in Big Daddy Weave,
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  • than just knowing the songs or being technically ready.
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  • After everything we've been through,
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  • I feel like we need a time to really kind of come together and
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  • check on each other and see where we're at in this--in an
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  • emotional place and in just kind of our mental state of being,
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  • our spiritual state of being going into this.
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  • Are we ready to get out there and do this?
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  • Man, there's been kind of this shell shocked place that we're
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  • coming from for the last season, and so I want to call the guys
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  • together for us just to come together and get to talk about
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  • what has happened, and then are we ready to move
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  • into this next season.
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  • Mike: I know it's hard to find a spot to do this
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  • everywhere.
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  • And I mean, the whole idea is to get together,
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  • and that's kind of the commitment I think we made to
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  • each other after going through such a nasty last couple years.
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  • And the journey that you've been on, man, that's--
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  • when was it when we first went to the doc?
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  • Jay: I was 18 when we went and I had some skin,
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  • like almost like boils, but not really.
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  • Mike: I remember.
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  • Jay: So, we went to the doc and she said,
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  • "No, this is triglycerides, and your cholesterol is too high."
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  • And just started--my whole lipid panel was not in good shape.
  • 00:09:20.290 --> 00:09:25.160
  • Like I would just find cuts on my feet.
  • 00:09:25.170 --> 00:09:27.070
  • Walk through a bad spot, so I contracted
  • 00:09:27.080 --> 00:09:30.270
  • bacterial infection in both of my feet.
  • 00:09:30.280 --> 00:09:34.080
  • So, for two years, they laid dormant so to speak in my feet.
  • 00:09:34.090 --> 00:09:40.190
  • Until one day, I got out of the shower,
  • 00:09:40.200 --> 00:09:42.260
  • and I looked down and my left big toe is three times
  • 00:09:42.270 --> 00:09:46.060
  • its normal size, you know?
  • 00:09:46.070 --> 00:09:49.030
  • I just reached down and grabbed it and the thing literally just
  • 00:09:49.040 --> 00:09:52.010
  • exploded in my hand, and I remember calling the doctor,
  • 00:09:52.020 --> 00:09:55.270
  • I said, "I don't think I'm going to walk this one off, doc.
  • 00:09:55.280 --> 00:09:58.060
  • You know, I think I need to come see you."
  • 00:09:58.070 --> 00:10:00.110
  • And so, I was on some low dosage of antibiotics
  • 00:10:00.120 --> 00:10:03.210
  • for probably seven or eight months.
  • 00:10:03.220 --> 00:10:06.000
  • Mike: Yeah, yep.
  • 00:10:06.010 --> 00:10:07.230
  • Jay: And then as soon as I weaned off of those,
  • 00:10:07.240 --> 00:10:09.140
  • it started on my right foot.
  • 00:10:09.150 --> 00:10:11.120
  • Same thing, big toe.
  • 00:10:11.130 --> 00:10:13.110
  • And that's when we knew, hey, wait a minute,
  • 00:10:13.120 --> 00:10:14.260
  • something is not--this is not just a clot in a toe somewhere.
  • 00:10:14.270 --> 00:10:18.120
  • This is-- something's going on here.
  • 00:10:18.130 --> 00:10:20.160
  • The doc does a drip in my vein called chelation,
  • 00:10:20.170 --> 00:10:25.110
  • which is great.
  • 00:10:25.120 --> 00:10:26.220
  • It's meant to move out heavy metal in your blood,
  • 00:10:26.230 --> 00:10:29.020
  • which opened up the capillaries in my legs that were causing
  • 00:10:29.030 --> 00:10:31.140
  • the--but that was also what was holding the infection at bay,
  • 00:10:31.150 --> 00:10:35.130
  • you know?
  • 00:10:35.140 --> 00:10:36.230
  • So, then it started to spread, and that's when things
  • 00:10:36.240 --> 00:10:39.060
  • got real serious real fast.
  • 00:10:39.070 --> 00:10:41.000
  • Mike: We got the call from Emily,
  • 00:10:41.010 --> 00:10:43.070
  • you know, and I remember 'cause Emily doesn't call
  • 00:10:43.080 --> 00:10:45.110
  • about anything really.
  • 00:10:45.120 --> 00:10:47.120
  • And she's just crying, dude, and she's like,
  • 00:10:47.130 --> 00:10:52.280
  • "You got to--you got to come here."
  • 00:10:52.290 --> 00:10:55.290
  • She goes, "I don't know what to do."
  • 00:10:56.000 --> 00:10:58.000
  • I got there, man, and I remember like death was like
  • 00:10:58.010 --> 00:11:01.230
  • in your house, dude.
  • 00:11:01.240 --> 00:11:05.050
  • I was so scared, man.
  • 00:11:05.060 --> 00:11:07.130
  • And you're laying in there and just like dying.
  • 00:11:07.140 --> 00:11:12.110
  • Jay: 'Cause literally my feet were just, I mean,
  • 00:11:12.120 --> 00:11:14.090
  • just dead on the inside.
  • 00:11:14.100 --> 00:11:16.170
  • 'Cause we got there, they ran the scans,
  • 00:11:16.180 --> 00:11:18.040
  • the whole nine yards, the doctor came in and goes,
  • 00:11:18.050 --> 00:11:20.050
  • We got to take your feet.
  • 00:11:20.060 --> 00:11:22.040
  • There's no bone left in your foot that's not been
  • 00:11:22.050 --> 00:11:24.180
  • eaten through by this infection."
  • 00:11:24.190 --> 00:11:26.220
  • And so, it all kind of happened pretty quick, you know,
  • 00:11:26.230 --> 00:11:29.180
  • after that.
  • 00:11:29.190 --> 00:11:31.120
  • Next thing I knew, I was waking up and, yeah,
  • 00:11:31.130 --> 00:11:35.030
  • the right foot was gone.
  • 00:11:35.040 --> 00:11:36.250
  • And then a couple of days later, they took the left foot as well,
  • 00:11:36.260 --> 00:11:38.220
  • so.
  • 00:11:38.230 --> 00:11:40.110
  • Jay: And I think one of the things for me that caused
  • 00:11:40.120 --> 00:11:42.090
  • the--that causes separation in me to have a hard time seeing
  • 00:11:42.100 --> 00:11:46.200
  • people being able to relate to you is when you're the only dude
  • 00:11:46.210 --> 00:11:50.030
  • in the room nine times out of ten that doesn't have feet.
  • 00:11:50.040 --> 00:11:54.100
  • That doesn't, you know, have the ability to do an everyday,
  • 00:11:54.110 --> 00:11:57.100
  • ordinary thing, that isolates you.
  • 00:11:57.110 --> 00:12:00.230
  • It's not that you want to be isolated,
  • 00:12:00.240 --> 00:12:02.150
  • you know what I mean?
  • 00:12:02.160 --> 00:12:03.280
  • But it just kind of makes you just feel like you're out on
  • 00:12:03.290 --> 00:12:06.090
  • an island by yourself and that nobody understands.
  • 00:12:06.100 --> 00:12:08.260
  • Jay: You think losing your feet is the dark part.
  • 00:12:08.270 --> 00:12:11.140
  • First night I get home, I have this dream.
  • 00:12:11.150 --> 00:12:13.210
  • And like starts out just as me walking through the day
  • 00:12:13.220 --> 00:12:16.290
  • just helping people, you know?
  • 00:12:17.000 --> 00:12:19.150
  • Oh hey, grandma, let me help you put those groceries
  • 00:12:19.160 --> 00:12:21.230
  • in the back of your car.
  • 00:12:21.240 --> 00:12:23.030
  • Just random, simple, you know, little Johnny falls off
  • 00:12:23.040 --> 00:12:27.160
  • his bike, you help him get up and brush his knee off
  • 00:12:27.170 --> 00:12:30.140
  • and put his bike chain back on.
  • 00:12:30.150 --> 00:12:32.120
  • And I woke up to the same voice every day.
  • 00:12:32.130 --> 00:12:35.110
  • Just wake up in it, "You can't do any of that."
  • 00:12:35.120 --> 00:12:38.080
  • First day, it's super easy to spot it for what it is.
  • 00:12:38.090 --> 00:12:40.290
  • That was a lie from the enemy.
  • 00:12:41.000 --> 00:12:43.050
  • It's no big deal, you know?
  • 00:12:43.060 --> 00:12:46.070
  • But you get to like month four, you pull the covers back,
  • 00:12:46.080 --> 00:12:50.020
  • still no feet.
  • 00:12:50.030 --> 00:12:51.280
  • You kind of start going, "I guess it is true that
  • 00:12:51.290 --> 00:12:53.210
  • I'll never be able to do this,
  • 00:12:53.220 --> 00:12:55.260
  • I'll never be able to help this way."
  • 00:12:55.270 --> 00:12:58.040
  • "Would it be easier for your family if you weren't even here?
  • 00:12:58.050 --> 00:13:01.250
  • Your kids could have somebody come play with them
  • 00:13:01.260 --> 00:13:04.230
  • that had feet.
  • 00:13:04.240 --> 00:13:06.030
  • Nathan can throw a football with somebody," you know what I mean?
  • 00:13:06.040 --> 00:13:09.110
  • Like Emily doesn't have to start her day doing a million
  • 00:13:09.120 --> 00:13:11.250
  • different things just to get you started.
  • 00:13:11.260 --> 00:13:13.260
  • And then that day on the bus, we're back on the road again,
  • 00:13:13.270 --> 00:13:18.090
  • Emily and I have an argument on the bus about it,
  • 00:13:18.100 --> 00:13:21.110
  • and it just exploded.
  • 00:13:21.120 --> 00:13:23.280
  • And I just told her, I said, "You know,
  • 00:13:23.290 --> 00:13:25.080
  • I think it'd probably be better if I just,
  • 00:13:25.090 --> 00:13:27.010
  • you know, shot myself and got out of the way."
  • 00:13:27.020 --> 00:13:30.160
  • Jeremy: Being afraid to actually go to Jay and say,
  • 00:13:30.170 --> 00:13:34.080
  • "Man, how are you?"
  • 00:13:34.090 --> 00:13:36.250
  • I don't know, I wish I had.
  • 00:13:36.260 --> 00:13:42.130
  • We could see how heavy it was.
  • 00:13:42.140 --> 00:13:44.290
  • We talked about it like literally with a question of,
  • 00:13:45.000 --> 00:13:48.040
  • "What do we do? Jay is not okay."
  • 00:13:48.050 --> 00:13:52.000
  • We saw the dark just covering, and it's hard,
  • 00:13:52.010 --> 00:13:58.140
  • how do you go up to somebody in those moments and try to--
  • 00:13:58.150 --> 00:14:02.170
  • try to help him get out of it, you know?
  • 00:14:02.180 --> 00:14:07.260
  • male: Going through everything he went through,
  • 00:14:07.270 --> 00:14:09.280
  • losing his feet, that was a hard moment being in that.
  • 00:14:09.290 --> 00:14:15.170
  • But I think just the effects of that took a big toll
  • 00:14:15.180 --> 00:14:21.000
  • on him spiritually, and just physically and mentally,
  • 00:14:21.010 --> 00:14:24.250
  • and just really took him to a dark place.
  • 00:14:24.260 --> 00:14:28.090
  • Jay: Fast forward a few hours, finally found Jeremy first,
  • 00:14:28.100 --> 00:14:33.040
  • and Jeremy was sitting in a room full of couches.
  • 00:14:33.050 --> 00:14:36.250
  • Jeremy: Yeah, you'd come in and I knew something
  • 00:14:36.260 --> 00:14:38.280
  • was bothering you and you were having a rough time.
  • 00:14:38.290 --> 00:14:41.040
  • And so, I think I remember asking as you came through,
  • 00:14:41.050 --> 00:14:43.190
  • I was like, "Man, you want to talk about it?"
  • 00:14:43.200 --> 00:14:45.100
  • And you rolled over, and man, I just let you speak for a little
  • 00:14:45.110 --> 00:14:47.210
  • bit and kind of get some of what you were feeling off your chest,
  • 00:14:47.220 --> 00:14:51.070
  • you know?
  • 00:14:51.080 --> 00:14:53.020
  • And that's when I decided, "Man, let's call the guys
  • 00:14:53.030 --> 00:14:56.220
  • and get them over here to--"
  • 00:14:56.230 --> 00:14:59.130
  • Mike: But so then, in the day when everything fell apart
  • 00:14:59.140 --> 00:15:04.030
  • and we're in this thing, we all get together,
  • 00:15:04.040 --> 00:15:05.240
  • we're sitting just like this.
  • 00:15:05.250 --> 00:15:08.080
  • And you're sitting there, you and Jeremy have been talking,
  • 00:15:08.090 --> 00:15:13.010
  • and we're like, "You got to--you got to tell us what you said."
  • 00:15:13.020 --> 00:15:18.160
  • Jay: And the biggest lie the devil loves to tell all of us
  • 00:15:18.170 --> 00:15:21.010
  • is like, "You got to keep this under wraps.
  • 00:15:21.020 --> 00:15:23.280
  • You're the only one struggling with this."
  • 00:15:23.290 --> 00:15:26.170
  • Jay: The devil's really great, I mean, at turning stuff
  • 00:15:26.180 --> 00:15:29.180
  • like that on you, making you feel like
  • 00:15:29.190 --> 00:15:32.170
  • it was you thinking it, you know?
  • 00:15:32.180 --> 00:15:35.090
  • And but so, in this time, man, it's been so tough
  • 00:15:35.100 --> 00:15:38.120
  • just to try to relate with other folks.
  • 00:15:38.130 --> 00:15:45.040
  • And that's just been the hardest part for me is just trying
  • 00:15:45.050 --> 00:15:48.060
  • to tell the guys, "Hey, this is what it's like,
  • 00:15:48.070 --> 00:15:52.160
  • life without feet, life with dealing with these things,"
  • 00:15:52.170 --> 00:15:56.000
  • you know?
  • 00:15:56.010 --> 00:15:57.140
  • And I'm never in that moment that at the same time,
  • 00:15:57.150 --> 00:15:59.080
  • sure, there's all kinds of things you can be embarrassed
  • 00:15:59.090 --> 00:16:01.150
  • about, there's all kinds of things that can tear you down,
  • 00:16:01.160 --> 00:16:04.240
  • but also man, just looking around in the eyes of the guys,
  • 00:16:04.250 --> 00:16:08.000
  • all I saw was love.
  • 00:16:08.010 --> 00:16:10.090
  • All I saw was concern, you know, for what was going on with me,
  • 00:16:10.100 --> 00:16:14.090
  • man.
  • 00:16:14.100 --> 00:16:16.010
  • And that's--there's no truer sense of family than that.
  • 00:16:16.020 --> 00:16:19.070
  • 00:16:19.100 --> 00:16:21.180
  • If I told you my story, you would hear hope
  • 00:16:21.190 --> 00:16:29.100
  • You wouldn't let go
  • 00:16:29.110 --> 00:16:34.110
  • And if I told you my story, you would hear love
  • 00:16:34.120 --> 00:16:43.010
  • that never gave up
  • 00:16:43.020 --> 00:16:45.060
  • Jay: And I never will, amen?
  • 00:16:45.070 --> 00:16:46.160
  • 00:16:46.170 --> 00:16:48.180
  • And if I told you my story, you would hear life
  • 00:16:48.190 --> 00:16:56.260
  • but it wasn't mine
  • 00:16:56.270 --> 00:17:01.090
  • If I should speak, then let it be
  • 00:17:01.100 --> 00:17:07.230
  • of the grace that is greater than
  • 00:17:07.240 --> 00:17:11.220
  • all my sin, of when justice was served
  • 00:17:11.230 --> 00:17:17.170
  • and where mercy wins
  • 00:17:17.180 --> 00:17:21.060
  • Of the kindness of Jesus that draws me in
  • 00:17:21.070 --> 00:17:27.200
  • Oh, to tell you my story is to tell of him
  • 00:17:27.210 --> 00:17:35.120
  • Jay: Hallelujah.
  • 00:17:35.130 --> 00:17:36.230
  • 00:17:36.240 --> 00:17:39.160
  • If I told you my story, you would hear victory
  • 00:17:39.170 --> 00:17:46.290
  • over the enemy
  • 00:17:47.000 --> 00:17:50.140
  • Thank you, Jesus
  • 00:17:50.150 --> 00:17:53.000
  • And if I told you my story, you would hear freedom
  • 00:17:53.010 --> 00:18:00.120
  • that was won for me
  • 00:18:00.130 --> 00:18:05.180
  • And if I told you my story
  • 00:18:05.190 --> 00:18:10.210
  • you would hear life overcome the grave
  • 00:18:10.220 --> 00:18:18.130
  • If I should speak, then let it be
  • 00:18:18.140 --> 00:18:24.240
  • of the grace that is greater
  • 00:18:24.250 --> 00:18:27.230
  • than all my sin
  • 00:18:27.240 --> 00:18:31.100
  • Of when justice was served
  • 00:18:31.110 --> 00:18:34.190
  • and where mercy wins
  • 00:18:34.200 --> 00:18:38.080
  • Of the kindness of Jesus that draws me in
  • 00:18:38.090 --> 00:18:44.290
  • Oh, to tell you my story is to tell of him
  • 00:18:45.000 --> 00:18:52.180
  • Jay: You got to sing this.
  • 00:18:52.190 --> 00:18:54.120
  • This is my story, this is my song
  • 00:18:54.130 --> 00:19:00.070
  • praising my Savior all the day long
  • 00:19:00.080 --> 00:19:07.000
  • This is my story, this is my song
  • 00:19:07.010 --> 00:19:13.230
  • praising my Savior all the day long
  • 00:19:13.240 --> 00:19:21.120
  • For the grace that is greater than all my sin
  • 00:19:21.130 --> 00:19:28.010
  • Of when justice was served
  • 00:19:28.020 --> 00:19:31.140
  • and where mercy wins
  • 00:19:31.150 --> 00:19:34.230
  • Of the kindness of Jesus that draws me in
  • 00:19:34.240 --> 00:19:41.140
  • Oh, to tell you my story
  • 00:19:41.150 --> 00:19:45.050
  • is to tell of the grace
  • 00:19:45.060 --> 00:19:48.180
  • that is greater than all my sin
  • 00:19:48.190 --> 00:19:53.120
  • Of when justice was served
  • 00:19:53.130 --> 00:19:56.270
  • and where mercy wins
  • 00:19:56.280 --> 00:20:00.110
  • Of the kindness of Jesus that draws me in
  • 00:20:00.120 --> 00:20:07.030
  • Oh, to tell you my story is to tell of him
  • 00:20:07.040 --> 00:20:13.230
  • Oh, to tell you my story is to tell of him
  • 00:20:13.240 --> 00:20:22.240
  • Jay: Yeah.
  • 00:20:23.270 --> 00:20:25.170
  • 00:20:27.240 --> 00:20:29.030
  • I am redeemed
  • 00:20:29.040 --> 00:20:31.130
  • Mike Weaver: Hey, I'm Mike Weaver of Big Daddy Weave,
  • 00:20:31.140 --> 00:20:33.070
  • and I've written a book titled "I Am Redeemed:
  • 00:20:33.080 --> 00:20:35.270
  • Learning to Live in Grace," in which I share how God
  • 00:20:35.280 --> 00:20:39.020
  • redeemed the defeats in my life into victory.
  • 00:20:39.030 --> 00:20:42.130
  • My prayer is that this book will inspire you to live freely
  • 00:20:42.140 --> 00:20:45.040
  • in God's grace and love.
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  • "I Am Redeemed" is available wherever books are sold,
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  • or visit iamredeemedbook.com.
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  • I want to personally invite you to get your copy today.
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  • male: Hey dude.
  • 00:21:01.140 --> 00:21:02.230
  • male: Hey man.
  • 00:21:02.240 --> 00:21:04.030
  • male: How's it going, man?
  • 00:21:04.040 --> 00:21:05.130
  • Brad: Can I join?
  • 00:21:05.140 --> 00:21:06.230
  • male: Yeah, do it man.
  • 00:21:06.240 --> 00:21:08.130
  • Brad: What are we talking about?
  • 00:21:08.140 --> 00:21:09.240
  • Mike: Oh dude, you know, you lived it with us.
  • 00:21:09.250 --> 00:21:12.210
  • Brad: Actually, I may not want to know the answer to that.
  • 00:21:12.220 --> 00:21:14.110
  • Mike: Yeah, I know, right?
  • 00:21:14.120 --> 00:21:15.240
  • Just talking about how like man, you know,
  • 00:21:15.250 --> 00:21:17.270
  • keeping things hidden in-- you know,
  • 00:21:17.280 --> 00:21:21.020
  • especially being dudes, like not wanting to find each other
  • 00:21:21.030 --> 00:21:24.110
  • and just be like, "I just had this terrible thought right now,
  • 00:21:24.120 --> 00:21:27.260
  • or I just--"
  • 00:21:27.270 --> 00:21:29.080
  • Like whatever it is, like just airing things
  • 00:21:29.090 --> 00:21:30.180
  • out before the enemy has this chance
  • 00:21:30.190 --> 00:21:33.020
  • to really have a hold of it, man, you know?
  • 00:21:33.030 --> 00:21:37.050
  • Brad: You know, when you get out of the road and like
  • 00:21:37.060 --> 00:21:39.250
  • the loneliness I think is what speaks the most.
  • 00:21:39.260 --> 00:21:42.140
  • But you want, you want so much to be, like,
  • 00:21:42.150 --> 00:21:44.250
  • faithful to your friends, to your family,
  • 00:21:44.260 --> 00:21:47.190
  • to your wife, you know?
  • 00:21:47.200 --> 00:21:49.130
  • And the enemy just hounds on that loneliness.
  • 00:21:49.140 --> 00:21:52.150
  • And the road's a lonely place.
  • 00:21:52.160 --> 00:21:54.060
  • And then, what he does is, he starts speaking to you
  • 00:21:54.070 --> 00:21:56.060
  • about your platform.
  • 00:21:56.070 --> 00:21:57.250
  • And then he says, "Well, with your platform,
  • 00:21:57.260 --> 00:21:59.090
  • you can't have problems because the whole world's
  • 00:21:59.100 --> 00:22:01.250
  • looking at you.
  • 00:22:01.260 --> 00:22:03.070
  • You're supposed to, like, set the thermostat."
  • 00:22:03.080 --> 00:22:05.140
  • And the enemy lies to you about that platform.
  • 00:22:05.150 --> 00:22:08.010
  • And like, because I have a CD on a shelf where I'm playing
  • 00:22:08.020 --> 00:22:11.140
  • in your car when you go to work does not mean somehow
  • 00:22:11.150 --> 00:22:14.130
  • I'm like above the enemy's touch.
  • 00:22:14.140 --> 00:22:17.260
  • male: Man, I love Fogarty.
  • 00:22:17.270 --> 00:22:19.170
  • I love how he comes in to really be that teacher/coach
  • 00:22:19.180 --> 00:22:25.290
  • because he's not oblivious to pain.
  • 00:22:26.000 --> 00:22:28.100
  • He's not oblivious to heartache, too.
  • 00:22:28.110 --> 00:22:31.010
  • And so, he's walked through some things himself
  • 00:22:31.020 --> 00:22:33.030
  • and seen people around him just in the crossfire.
  • 00:22:33.040 --> 00:22:36.050
  • Brad: Every one of you have a story of how the enemy
  • 00:22:36.060 --> 00:22:38.050
  • has had his finger on a wound and he's just digging it.
  • 00:22:38.060 --> 00:22:41.060
  • But we're forced to smile.
  • 00:22:41.070 --> 00:22:44.110
  • We're forced to, you know, use the Christian F word,
  • 00:22:44.120 --> 00:22:48.030
  • "I'm fine."
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  • And it's killing us, killing the church,
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  • killing our impact because the second we were allowed to say it
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  • out loud, healing happened.
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  • That's what you guys probably just were talking about.
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  • And then what happened?
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  • Impact, why?
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  • When we were healed, we testified.
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  • And the reality is Jay dawg taught me this,
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  • I even taught you guys this, but it's like the second the
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  • enemy lies to you is the second you ought to say something.
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  • Jay dawg was our rock for all of us,
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  • and so when the rock was hurting, we were like,
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  • "I don't know how to tend--"
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  • You know what I mean?
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  • And so, then we started like closing curtains
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  • on our own impact.
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  • male: I feel like we've been through so much,
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  • but we still have a lot left in us to get past,
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  • you know, and to move on to what the Lord has for us,
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  • something greater than where we are right in this moment.
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  • We're not staying where we are.
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  • We're going to move past this and we're going to keep going
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  • and keep doing what it is that we've been called to do.
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  • Brad: Man, what power can come from your platform when
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  • you stand in a place of unity, when you command the blessing
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  • of the Lord because you are shoulder to shoulder.
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  • You're not hiding behind curtains.
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  • And I don't know if--can I-- can I pray for you?
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  • Mike: Put it on us, man. Pray on us, come on.
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  • Brad: God, we thank you that you're not far off,
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  • you're not removed, you're not distant.
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  • But you're very present, God.
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  • We proclaim in this moment, even as we reminisce of, man,
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  • the impact the enemy has had in different areas,
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  • what we really are testifying of is how you had
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  • the greater victory.
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  • So, as these guys like set out, honestly, to entertain, God,
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  • I know the real reason they set out to do
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  • what they do, they set out to see your kingdom advance
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  • and to see lives impacted, to see blind eyes opened.
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  • I thank you in advance for what these guys will see.
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  • I thank you in advance for these things
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  • that I'm going to hear about.
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  • And we give you all the glory for all of what you are going
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  • to do in the lives of people throughout this tour.
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  • And we ask you in the name above all names,
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  • the name of Yeshua, the name that means salvation.
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  • And all us Big Daddy Weave brothers said amen.
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  • Jay: So, Brad came in today, sat down and prayed with us.
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  • And you know, every dude in that circle has wounds.
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  • They don't go away overnight.
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  • You know, the disappointment, the hurt,
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  • the pain doesn't just dissipate, you know,
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  • 'cause you let the cat out of the bag, you know?
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  • male: The question would be, can we go on?
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  • Can we put this behind us?
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  • Like I think you have to.
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  • You can't really go into a new season with true life
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  • if you're still carrying all this junk.
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  • Jay: Today, just seeing your brothers rally around you,
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  • you know, and Brad praying with us and being there together,
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  • just hoping, Jesus, that there's newness of life
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  • and a real future.
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  • 00:26:06.040 --> 00:26:12.180
  • Mike: Hey everybody, we're so excited to be bringing
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  • the Alive tour with Big Daddy Weave to a city near you.
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  • We would love for you to join us in a night of worship.
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  • Go to bigdaddyweave.com for more info.
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  • The God who called me out
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  • now I'm alive
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  • When the light comes, darkness runs away
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  • And only what lives in the light can stay
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  • When the light comes, nothing left to hide
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  • So, come out of the darkness
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  • and turn on the light
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