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October 23, 2019
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Big Daddy Weave: When the Light Comes

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  • Brian Beihl: That's really cool, man.
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  • I love havin' Becca and Chu out.
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  • Jim Scherer: Oh, man, check your phones.
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  • male: We got some news.
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  • Mike Weaver: We got a baby. male: We got a baby.
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  • Mike: When you hear that whole word about "metastasized to the
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  • bone," that's usually kind of a death sentence, isn't it?
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  • Yeah.
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  • Kim Beihl: It's very lonely.
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  • It's very sad and devastating, and some marriages
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  • don't make it through this.
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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,
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  • nothin' left to hide,
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  • so come out of the darkness and turn on the light.
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  • I throw open the door.
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  • I fall to my knees.
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  • I lay down my pride.
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  • 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,
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  • 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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  • Kandice Weaver: I love field trips on the road.
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  • Sometimes we know in advance if things are gonna be happening,
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  • but then many days we wake up, and we're like,
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  • "Oh, my goodness, we're 20 minutes from whatever,"
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  • and then we pop over there.
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  • Today we got to tour the McPherson Guitar Factory and be
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  • there when Mike and the guys recorded a little session.
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  • Mike: For a long time, I have just been so blessed by
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  • the people at McPherson Guitars.
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  • They just make some incredible instruments, and so we were
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  • invited to come and actually play a couple songs, using some
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  • brand-new guitars that they had made of carbon fiber, and I
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  • jumped at the chance and really enjoyed getting to take
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  • everybody else with me on that little part of the journey.
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  • male: One, two, three, four.
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  • Hangin' by a thread from the tree of this life.
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  • I've been spinnin' round and round and round
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  • inside my flesh cocoon.
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  • An old, beat-up Pinto might be what I drive
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  • for now, but I'll be drivin' a Cadillac soon
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  • 'cause you know, one day,
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  • I will fly to my mansion in the sky.
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  • I'll have no regrets
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  • when I leave this place for good.
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  • When I say my last farewells,
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  • oh, please, don't forget to tell them
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  • I'm not really dead.
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  • I'm just changin' neighborhoods.
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  • I'll be changing', ooh, yeah.
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  • Hey.
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  • Ooh, you know, one day,
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  • I will fly to my mansion in the sky.
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  • I'll have no regrets
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  • when I leave this place for good.
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  • When I say my last farewells,
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  • ooh, please, don't forget to tell them
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  • I'm not really dead.
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  • I'm just changin' neighborhoods.
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  • You know I'm changin', ooh, changin'.
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  • It won't be long till we'll all be
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  • changin' neighborhoods.
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  • Jim: Michael, man, that was awesome today at the McPherson
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  • place when you guys did "Neighborhoods," acoustic,
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  • and you know we talked about that in rehearsal.
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  • Mike: We might need to put it back in the set, man.
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  • Jay Weaver: I think it's time to bring the hoods back.
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  • Mike: The strings add so much to that, you know?
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  • It's, like--makes it a new song, to me.
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  • It's like, kind of, it adds a new life to everything
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  • in the set, man.
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  • Brian: Yeah, it's really cool, man.
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  • I love havin' Becca and Chu out. It's fun.
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  • male: Yeah, that's my favorite, man.
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  • Jim: It's like, man, it was just so different.
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  • It sounds awesome.
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  • \Oh, man, check your phones.
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  • male: I don't even have my phone.
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  • male: Mister, we got some news.
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  • Mike: We got a baby.
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  • Jim: They got a baby Redmon.
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  • Aw.
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  • Mike: Awesome, man.
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  • Jeremy probably will just head over to the studio
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  • with the baby.
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  • The baby will be like--
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  • Jay: Keep workin'--
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  • Brian: For Jeremy and Anna,
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  • I'm super-excited for them, and, you know, as a friend
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  • and bandmate, brother.
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  • You know, I wanna rejoice with them and be happy for them
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  • in this moment 'cause it's something really truly special.
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  • Mike: Life is a miracle, man, you know?
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  • Jim: Yeah, man, it's awesome.
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  • Mike: You know, as much as we've been through--and we've
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  • seen the miracle of God sustaining us in that--we sure
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  • have also, at the same time, seen God do so many things in
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  • the lives of other people, man, enough that, really, it would
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  • keep us going through the rough season that we've been through.
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  • Mike: Before we went through the more recent difficult times,
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  • man, previously, there were just some of the most incredible
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  • things I've ever heard at, just, kind of, breaking loose at the
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  • shows, and then God is the one doing all of these things.
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  • A song can't, you know, make cancer go away.
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  • You know what I mean?
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  • But God can, and we have seen him do that on more occasions
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  • than I can count now.
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  • Jay: Man, to see him show up on a night-to-night basis--music
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  • is fun, and it's a good reason to go, but it gets old.
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  • Seein' Jesus come and turn on the lights in somebody's eyes,
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  • make their leg grow out, make whatever is ailing better, that
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  • doesn't get old, yeah, and so, each night, we love the sitting
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  • and just watch what he does.
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  • Jim: And then there was that lady who was driving down
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  • to the gulf.
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  • I believe it was to--she was gonna end her life, and then she
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  • heard "Redeemed" on the radio and said, "Mm, that's not what
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  • I need to hear right now," and so she changes the station,
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  • and there's "Redeemed" on the other side station.
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  • Mike: On the other station?
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  • Jim: She's just like, "I think somebody's tryin' to give
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  • me a message."
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  • Brian: That reminds me of the guy with
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  • the three kidneys, you know?
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  • I mean, it's just like, "What in the world?"
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  • Mike: Who had even heard of someone having--
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  • Jay: A third kidney.
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  • Mike: Three kidneys, yeah, a third kidney surgically
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  • implanted?
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  • And then the Lord healed his kidneys, and he--
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  • Jay: Yeah, man, that was my favorite line from that one.
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  • Man, God took me from the transplant list and put me
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  • on the donor list, yeah.
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  • Mike: And that's unbelievable.
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  • Jim: When you begin to hear these stories for the first time
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  • of what's happening, through the music or in a concert, it really
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  • is amazing, and then, as it starts to happen again and again
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  • and again, you start to have an expectation.
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  • It's like, "What's the next thing?
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  • What's going to happen next?"
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  • and the horizons of what you think and dream
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  • can be imaginable.
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  • They're just vast compared to where we were before.
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  • Brian: So cool how the Lord works in that, you know?
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  • He's just so awesome.
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  • Mike: Praise God. That's awesome.
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  • Joe Shirk: So the story on this bus, this is the first bus
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  • we've had as Big Daddy Weave, and we bought it back in 2004,
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  • and all of us guys were talkin' about that.
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  • It's like, "You know what?
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  • It'd really be awesome if one of us got our CDL, and I just love
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  • to drive so much, I was like, "You know what?
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  • I don't mind doin' that."
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  • And, just, middle of '06, before you know it, it's like,
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  • '07, '08, '09.
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  • I think in the nine years, it was calculated somewhere
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  • at 500.000 miles in nine years.
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  • I've been across all 50 states.
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  • Joe: Well, yeah, definitely, I hear in this kind of cold.
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  • male: Well, if there's any change with it, I'll definitely
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  • get back with you on it.
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  • Joe: I'll see you later.
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  • male: What's up, brother? We'll see ya, man.
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  • Mike: Bro, I need to ask you, man, what'd you hear
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  • from the doc last time, man?
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  • male: I was out west, drivin' rock and roll stuff and
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  • wasn't feelin' right, and somebody suggested that probably
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  • because of my age and in my 50s that I probably had low T, so
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  • went to get checked, and my PSA was like 1.400, which it should
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  • be zero to four, and they were like, "We need to do a biopsy,"
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  • and the biopsy came back positive with aggressive
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  • stage 4 cancer.
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  • It was all through the skeleton.
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  • And I didn't hear him, but the urologist told my wife
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  • probably two years.
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  • male: The latest scan is even clearer than before.
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  • Mike: Praise God, dude.
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  • male: Dude, absolutely.
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  • Mike: You're a living miracle, dude.
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  • "Dave, the miracle."
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  • male: I feel he's got a plan for me.
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  • I don't know what it is yet, but he's got one.
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  • Mike: When you hear that ole word about "metastasized to
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  • the bone," that's usually kind of a death sentence, isn't it?
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  • Yeah. Dude--
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  • male: The cancer had eroded my femur, my left femur, to the
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  • point to where it was ready to snap, so they had to put a metal
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  • rod in my leg, and I had just had that surgery, and I was
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  • going, "Well, I'mma go check out the show," you know?
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  • And I went down there, and it was, like, sittin' there after a
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  • few songs, I was--man, it was hurtin' bad, and I was thinkin',
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  • "Now I made a mistake comin' to the show.
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  • I should've stayed in my room," but then you guys got to that
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  • point in the show where you're sayin', "Look, if anybody has
  • 00:10:55.260 --> 00:10:58.030
  • any problems, any infirmities or mental issues they need
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  • to be prayed for, we'd like to pray for you."
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  • Well, I didn't get up 'cause I'm part of the crew.
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  • I just sat where I'm at.
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  • And you guys prayed over everybody, and I didn't pay
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  • much attention to it.
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  • Then, when you started singin' again, I'm thinkin',
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  • "Wait a minute, man.
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  • That's not--something's bad.
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  • That's not hurting. That's not--" you know?
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  • And I got up and moved around.
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  • I'm like, "Wow, this is--" you know?
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  • So that's when I called my brother, and I'm like,
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  • "Dude, this is freakin' me out."
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  • And he's like, "Don't freak out."
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  • You know, he said, "Look, you've just been--you've
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  • been healed, man."
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  • And it has not bothered me since then.
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  • Mike: Come on. male: It has not.
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  • male: Shortly after, that's when, I think, when I went back
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  • and we did the second bone scan, right after that,
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  • and it came back clear.
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  • You know, I just, kind of, came to the realization that the Lord
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  • was talkin' to me, and I better start listenin', and I said,
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  • "I'm not sure exactly what it is."
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  • I got a funny feelin' that he has plans for me.
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  • I don't know what they are, but I'm in, "in for a penny,
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  • in for a pound."
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  • You know, if you're gonna snatch me from the jaws of death,
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  • then I'm gonna do what he tells me to do.
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  • Mike: That's so good.
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  • When I--when you texted me the scan, dude, the picture of the
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  • scans, and, like, this side is just like black, it's just,
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  • like, riddled with cancer, and this side is just like white,
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  • it's like just this stark difference, man.
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  • Bro, I don't even know if I ever told you this, but in that
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  • time-- 'cause it's like we had just lost my dad, you know,
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  • that--earlier, just at Christmas right before that, and we were
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  • just in this low point, man.
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  • We were just hurtin', and, dude, the story of what God did in
  • 00:12:30.160 --> 00:12:33.160
  • your life, man, carried me for a whole long way, man.
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  • It just really was a shot in the arm to just keep believin' and
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  • keep trusting, and hangin' in there with the Lord, man, you
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  • know, even in the face of the disappointment that my family
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  • had been through, you know?
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  • We sure are proud of you, and we're proud for you,
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  • and we love you, man.
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  • male: Love you, man. Mike: You too, brother.
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  • Mike: We've seen God do so many miracles that I can't even
  • 00:12:54.160 --> 00:13:00.110
  • remember all of 'em, but at the same time, some of the ones who
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  • are the closest to us, even in our own family, you know, we're
  • 00:13:06.100 --> 00:13:11.020
  • praying for these miracles that we have yet to see.
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  • My brother, who I've literally seen pray for hundreds and
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  • hundreds of people, just personally himself, and heard of
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  • so many miracles of what Jesus has done in the lives of people,
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  • and then his diabetes and the whole situation that he's been
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  • through, and to not see that breakthrough before, literally,
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  • he even had to have his feet amputated, oh, that was so
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  • painful, as almost as painful as the physical act was
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  • the disappointment of being like, "God, I don't understand
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  • these things."
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  • Emily Weaver: I remember when Jay--the day he went to the
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  • hospital, and our girls were at their last day of school, and I
  • 00:13:48.140 --> 00:13:54.260
  • called them, and I told them that it was gonna be easier,
  • 00:13:54.270 --> 00:14:01.070
  • "Daddy was gonna be better."
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  • And when people are watching us and how we interact, and you put
  • 00:14:05.070 --> 00:14:14.070
  • up a--almost like a front of "everything is good because God
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  • is good," but if you're real, it's not always good.
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  • And it's hard, but God is so good."
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  • Mike: To see God, you know, as, you know, as hope in the
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  • middle of what looks hopeless, as light in the middle of
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  • darkness, man, that's somethin' that you can't just conjure up,
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  • you know?
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  • That's, really, that's a whole different kind of faith,
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  • you know?
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  • The same thing for Brian and Kim.
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  • To see them deal with disappointment, to see them deal
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  • with, you know, not necessarily seeing today what they had asked
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  • for, but to see what comes out on the other side of that,
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  • because of walking through what they've walked through with
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  • Jesus, that's a whole different kind of miracle.
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  • Jay: How 'bout checkin' my leg here for something, please,
  • 00:15:11.180 --> 00:15:13.070
  • ma'am, if there's somethin' in my shoe?
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  • Emily: Okay, and the whole--the leg part?
  • 00:15:15.260 --> 00:15:19.250
  • Jay: No, just in the shoe itself, I think.
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  • So did you know that Jeremy and Anna's little baby girl was
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  • here, Miss Addie?
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  • She made it.
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  • Emily: Aw. That's cool.
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  • Jay: It's awesome to see that for them.
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  • I'm super-excited, but it just hurts me for B.B.
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  • and Kim 'cause, I mean, he hasn't--B.B.'s handling
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  • it like a champ.
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  • Just hurts, man, just to watch them have to suffer through all
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  • this, knowing they want it so bad, and we've all prayed
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  • for it so hard.
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  • Jay: We're obviously so excited for the Redmon household
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  • to now have to switch from man to man to zone defense with the
  • 00:15:57.000 --> 00:15:59.220
  • birth of a third child, you know, but at the same time,
  • 00:15:59.230 --> 00:16:02.150
  • you can't help but hurt with Brian and Kim.
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  • You know, I mean, they are still strugglin' today, you know, with
  • 00:16:06.160 --> 00:16:09.270
  • that, and it's not for lack of prayin'.
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  • It's not for lack of askin'.
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  • Emily: Yeah, I remember, like, even, like, when we were
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  • pregnant with Nathan and just being, like, "No, I want this
  • 00:16:15.210 --> 00:16:20.100
  • for Kim."
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  • Jay: Yeah, you kind of almost wanna hide the fact that, this
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  • bundle of joy is coming, 'cause you're just so hurtin' for them.
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  • I don't have the answer to that one.
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  • It's the same thing we went through, prayin' for my feet,
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  • and you're sittin' here literally adjusting my fake
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  • foot, you know?
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  • We prayed for my real feet to stay with me, you know, but not
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  • how it went down.
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  • Emily: I think it's all in your mind-set of what
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  • the miracle is.
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  • Like, sure, you had to lose your feet, and that's going against
  • 00:16:52.220 --> 00:16:57.120
  • what people were praying for, but you have your legs.
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  • Jay: I didn't die.
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  • Emily: And didn't die.
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  • The miracle is now that we're all here.
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  • Jay: That's true.
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  • Well, we'll just keep prayin' for B.B.
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  • and Kim, you know, just keep asking Jesus to have theirs turn
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  • out the way they're asking.
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  • Emily: Yeah.
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  • So I could rise.
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  • Now I'm alive.
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  • Mike: Hey, everybody, we're so excited to announce that our
  • 00:17:27.230 --> 00:17:30.050
  • brand-new record, "When the Light Comes," is available now.
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  • We're so excited to share these songs that were birthed out of
  • 00:17:34.230 --> 00:17:37.090
  • this last season of life.
  • 00:17:37.100 --> 00:17:39.030
  • For more info, go to bigdaddyweave.com, or listen
  • 00:17:39.040 --> 00:17:41.250
  • wherever you listen to music.
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  • God you called me out, now I'm alive.
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  • Kim: I remember, one time, me breaking down, being really
  • 00:18:07.270 --> 00:18:10.160
  • upset, and someone hugging me, and I remember, after that, that
  • 00:18:10.170 --> 00:18:14.200
  • I don't think anyone's hugged me in a really long time.
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  • People are scared.
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  • They don't know how to react.
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  • They don't know what to say.
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  • And even one time, if you respond back, they're really
  • 00:18:24.010 --> 00:18:27.260
  • scared to say anything to you afterwards.
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  • I just want more education to be out there about how to help not
  • 00:18:31.230 --> 00:18:38.050
  • only the couples, but their families and their friends
  • 00:18:38.060 --> 00:18:41.080
  • alongside them to walk this journey with them and together
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  • because it's very lonely.
  • 00:18:45.000 --> 00:18:48.070
  • It's very sad and devastating, and some marriages don't make it
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  • through this.
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  • And Brian and I are closer than we've ever been because of this.
  • 00:18:58.220 --> 00:19:05.290
  • Like, when you're gone and people, they either asked me one
  • 00:19:08.040 --> 00:19:10.150
  • of two things, like, "How's Brian?"
  • 00:19:10.160 --> 00:19:12.270
  • "Where's Brian? What's he doing?"
  • 00:19:12.280 --> 00:19:14.130
  • or they say, I think, "How are you, Kim?"
  • 00:19:14.140 --> 00:19:18.050
  • And it's not the "How are you, Kim?"
  • 00:19:18.060 --> 00:19:19.210
  • like, "What's going on in your life?"
  • 00:19:19.220 --> 00:19:21.270
  • It's the kind of "Poor you, Kim," like--and I
  • 00:19:21.280 --> 00:19:26.000
  • know people care.
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  • Like, they wouldn't ask if they didn't care.
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  • I know that, but I think this has consumed us so much that
  • 00:19:29.150 --> 00:19:33.210
  • it's all they know to ask us, and I think I'm getting tired of
  • 00:19:33.220 --> 00:19:39.060
  • people asking either what are we gonna do next--
  • 00:19:39.070 --> 00:19:42.210
  • "Are you gonna do IVF again?
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  • Are you gonna do adoption and try that again?"
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  • Like, "What's next?"
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  • and I think I'm ready to not talk about it for a while with
  • 00:19:49.020 --> 00:19:51.220
  • people and try to have a life with you again.
  • 00:19:51.230 --> 00:19:55.000
  • I mean, you and I have not gone on, like, a vacation probably
  • 00:19:55.010 --> 00:19:59.190
  • since our honeymoon, and we're gonna be married
  • 00:19:59.200 --> 00:20:01.060
  • 12 years this year.
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  • Brian: I know it.
  • 00:20:03.030 --> 00:20:05.010
  • It's been so consuming over the last several years, anyway, but,
  • 00:20:05.020 --> 00:20:08.260
  • obviously, for the long time, but that just is our everyday
  • 00:20:08.270 --> 00:20:13.070
  • conversation and, just, what consumes us day in, day out.
  • 00:20:13.080 --> 00:20:18.130
  • Brian: Although I know that God can do the miraculous, we
  • 00:20:18.140 --> 00:20:22.110
  • have yet to see that miracle for us.
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  • It's really hard.
  • 00:20:27.130 --> 00:20:29.250
  • It's such an emotional roller coaster to be on.
  • 00:20:29.260 --> 00:20:33.020
  • On the one hand, we're really happy for Jeremy and Anna, but
  • 00:20:33.030 --> 00:20:37.210
  • on the other hand, it just is a reminder, and it's like, "But
  • 00:20:37.220 --> 00:20:42.090
  • that's not where we are," and that's where we so want to be.
  • 00:20:42.100 --> 00:20:45.060
  • We want to be in that place to where we can experience that
  • 00:20:45.070 --> 00:20:48.160
  • experience, havin' a child and kind of starting our
  • 00:20:48.170 --> 00:20:53.220
  • family together.
  • 00:20:53.230 --> 00:20:55.050
  • It hasn't worked out that way for us, and, you know, it's just
  • 00:20:55.060 --> 00:20:58.290
  • this back and forth of really happy, but, yet really sad and
  • 00:20:59.000 --> 00:21:05.060
  • really hurt, you know?
  • 00:21:05.070 --> 00:21:06.200
  • So it's tryin' to juggle those two things can be a little
  • 00:21:06.210 --> 00:21:10.080
  • tricky at times.
  • 00:21:10.090 --> 00:21:11.230
  • Kim: What might be helpful is--and I don't know
  • 00:21:11.240 --> 00:21:15.120
  • where you're at with this but, like, pulling ourselves back and
  • 00:21:15.130 --> 00:21:19.070
  • saying, "Okay, who are--who's that pocket of people in our
  • 00:21:19.080 --> 00:21:23.270
  • life that we really, really trust and that we know, like,
  • 00:21:23.280 --> 00:21:29.200
  • sticks in it with us and, like, just--because we have to have
  • 00:21:29.210 --> 00:21:33.120
  • some kind of community around us, but, like, that's--those are
  • 00:21:33.130 --> 00:21:37.140
  • the people that we will still talk with, but I can't be "out
  • 00:21:37.150 --> 00:21:42.180
  • there" anymore with all this 'cause it's--
  • 00:21:42.190 --> 00:21:45.250
  • Brian: Oh, it's too draining.
  • 00:21:45.260 --> 00:21:47.100
  • Kim: It's consuming me, and I don't want it anymore.
  • 00:21:47.110 --> 00:21:50.290
  • Brian: I'm totally fine with that.
  • 00:21:51.000 --> 00:21:52.270
  • Just, we'll find that group of people that's just right around
  • 00:21:52.280 --> 00:21:55.190
  • us and just keep it in that.
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  • For us, I think it is important that we just focus on having
  • 00:21:57.250 --> 00:22:01.010
  • time together and where our conversations aren't always
  • 00:22:01.020 --> 00:22:03.030
  • about the next step and all that.
  • 00:22:03.040 --> 00:22:07.050
  • Yeah, I totally agree with all that.
  • 00:22:07.060 --> 00:22:08.160
  • I think that's--it'll be a good thing for us.
  • 00:22:08.170 --> 00:22:10.080
  • Kim: I think so too.
  • 00:22:10.090 --> 00:22:11.180
  • Brian: Yeah.
  • 00:22:11.190 --> 00:22:13.010
  • Kim: Where do you wanna go on vacation?
  • 00:22:13.020 --> 00:22:15.050
  • Brian: What about Hawaii*?
  • 00:22:15.060 --> 00:22:18.130
  • Jim: Okay, so talk about set list.
  • 00:23:41.110 --> 00:23:43.120
  • Did you hear about add more songs to the set?
  • 00:23:43.130 --> 00:23:45.140
  • Mike: So they're talkin' about, like, wanting to get
  • 00:23:45.150 --> 00:23:46.290
  • something that kind of starts with a "bang."
  • 00:23:47.000 --> 00:23:49.060
  • That was the only thing.
  • 00:23:49.070 --> 00:23:50.250
  • It's like, so what do we find, like, without an intro?
  • 00:23:50.260 --> 00:23:52.280
  • Jim: Was it the only name?
  • 00:23:52.290 --> 00:23:54.080
  • That's a big sing-along, get everybody going.
  • 00:23:54.090 --> 00:23:56.110
  • Mike: "Love Come to Life," like, the newer arrangement,
  • 00:23:56.120 --> 00:23:59.140
  • "boom, boom, boom, boom"--
  • 00:23:59.150 --> 00:24:02.060
  • It's somethin' we see in the show that kind of
  • 00:24:02.070 --> 00:24:03.200
  • ends up working.
  • 00:24:03.210 --> 00:24:05.040
  • Jeremy: Hey, guys, sorry we're late.
  • 00:24:05.050 --> 00:24:06.200
  • all: Hey.
  • 00:24:06.210 --> 00:24:08.080
  • Mike: Oh, now, see, this is what I'm talkin' about.
  • 00:24:08.090 --> 00:24:10.250
  • That's what I'm--hey, baby.
  • 00:24:10.260 --> 00:24:13.070
  • Joe: This is a exciting day, for sure.
  • 00:24:13.080 --> 00:24:15.290
  • There's been so much goin' on in the Redmon's life, but the
  • 00:24:16.000 --> 00:24:19.290
  • anticipation of another child and--I mean, that's huge.
  • 00:24:20.000 --> 00:24:23.160
  • Projects will come and go, but our children, you know, that
  • 00:24:23.170 --> 00:24:27.230
  • opportunity is just so awesome.
  • 00:24:27.240 --> 00:24:29.090
  • Mike: Do they make that for dudes?
  • 00:24:29.100 --> 00:24:30.290
  • I don't know if they make that for dudes.
  • 00:24:31.000 --> 00:24:32.200
  • Jay: Uncle Jay dog.
  • 00:24:32.210 --> 00:24:36.070
  • Yeah, get 'em.
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  • Jay: We've been through a season together.
  • 00:24:37.210 --> 00:24:39.150
  • We got to mourn different things together, but it's even better
  • 00:24:39.160 --> 00:24:43.270
  • when you get to have the season of rejoicing, you know, with
  • 00:24:43.280 --> 00:24:46.270
  • each other, and I'm so thankful to get to do that and to get to
  • 00:24:46.280 --> 00:24:50.180
  • see new life in the Redmon household and just do life in
  • 00:24:50.190 --> 00:24:53.230
  • Big Daddy Weave.
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  • Jay: Hey, you.
  • 00:24:57.040 --> 00:24:58.180
  • male: Oh, yeah, I got a foot earlier, but--
  • 00:24:58.190 --> 00:24:59.290
  • male: Look at you.
  • 00:25:00.020 --> 00:25:01.200
  • Brian: You know, for Jeremy and Anna, I'm super-excited for
  • 00:25:01.210 --> 00:25:03.050
  • them and happy for them in this moment 'cause it's somethin'
  • 00:25:03.060 --> 00:25:06.050
  • really truly special.
  • 00:25:06.060 --> 00:25:07.280
  • Jeremy: That was a crazy season.
  • 00:25:07.290 --> 00:25:09.220
  • Really thankful for the guys' support.
  • 00:25:09.230 --> 00:25:11.190
  • So excited for Addie being here.
  • 00:25:11.200 --> 00:25:13.280
  • She's awesome.
  • 00:25:13.290 --> 00:25:15.100
  • The record is finished, and the band already has a natural break
  • 00:25:15.110 --> 00:25:18.250
  • right now, which is awesome, so this feels good.
  • 00:25:18.260 --> 00:25:22.210
  • Feels good to have some stuff behind us, and, you know, I'm
  • 00:25:22.220 --> 00:25:26.060
  • thankful for the guys celebrating with us,
  • 00:25:26.070 --> 00:25:27.280
  • rejoicing in this.
  • 00:25:27.290 --> 00:25:29.090
  • We've walked through the struggles together, and we're
  • 00:25:29.100 --> 00:25:32.200
  • gonna walk through the highs together, and so here's to the
  • 00:25:32.210 --> 00:25:36.010
  • next adventure.
  • 00:25:36.020 --> 00:25:39.140
  • male: Oh, I mean, you know, I got nothin'.
  • 00:25:39.150 --> 00:25:42.220
  • Mike: Hey, this is Mike from Big Daddy Weave, and we are
  • 00:25:43.050 --> 00:25:45.070
  • performing at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., March 22,
  • 00:25:45.080 --> 00:25:50.140
  • of 2020, and want you to join us.
  • 00:25:50.150 --> 00:25:52.170
  • You can enjoy the experience from the audience or join us on
  • 00:25:52.180 --> 00:25:56.000
  • stage as part of the Kennedy Center Worship Choir.
  • 00:25:56.010 --> 00:25:59.090
  • Singers will enjoy a weekend of rehearsals and preparation for
  • 00:25:59.100 --> 00:26:02.150
  • the concert, while nonperforming friends and family will enjoy an
  • 00:26:02.160 --> 00:26:06.170
  • all-access pass to a behind-the-scenes experience.
  • 00:26:06.180 --> 00:26:10.230
  • Visit truenorthpresents.com/bdwdc
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  • for more info.
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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, nothin' 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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