The Song | TBN

The Song

Watch The Song
August 26, 2015
27:01

Episode 4

Closed captions

The Song

Show timecode
Hide timecode
  • 00:00:04.280 --> 00:00:07.240
  • (Mr. Jordan) You sing about God in your songs, don't you?
  • 00:00:07.250 --> 00:00:09.270
  • (Jed) Yes, sir.
  • 00:00:09.280 --> 00:00:11.120
  • I sing about things that I'm passionate about.
  • 00:00:11.130 --> 00:00:13.260
  • Like Rose?
  • 00:00:13.270 --> 00:00:15.110
  • (Rose) Are you Jed King?
  • 00:00:15.120 --> 00:00:16.260
  • Yes.
  • 00:00:16.270 --> 00:00:18.110
  • I'm Rose Jordan.
  • 00:00:18.120 --> 00:00:19.260
  • It's nice to meet you.
  • 00:00:19.270 --> 00:00:21.110
  • (narrator) You have stolen my heart.
  • 00:00:21.120 --> 00:00:22.280
  • You have stolen my heart with one glance of your eyes.
  • 00:00:22.290 --> 00:00:26.130
  • (Kyle Idleman) There's a book of the Bible.
  • 00:00:26.280 --> 00:00:28.120
  • It's poetic literature called the Song of Solomon.
  • 00:00:28.130 --> 00:00:30.230
  • And Solomon, in this book,
  • 00:00:30.240 --> 00:00:32.080
  • is reflecting back on a relationship with his true love
  • 00:00:32.090 --> 00:00:36.120
  • before everything went wrong.
  • 00:00:36.130 --> 00:00:38.120
  • (Jed) I had a dream.
  • 00:00:38.130 --> 00:00:39.270
  • About what?
  • 00:00:39.280 --> 00:00:41.190
  • Your new song.
  • 00:00:41.200 --> 00:00:43.290
  • (Rose) My new song?
  • 00:00:44.000 --> 00:00:46.110
  • (Kyle Idleman) When a marriage falls apart we say, "What happened?"
  • 00:00:46.120 --> 00:00:49.090
  • But the truth is it's been happening.
  • 00:00:49.100 --> 00:00:52.050
  • Hey.
  • 00:00:53.280 --> 00:00:55.120
  • (Jed) Stan added Shelby Bale to the tour.
  • 00:00:55.130 --> 00:00:56.270
  • We book a lot more shows and make a lot more money.
  • 00:00:56.280 --> 00:00:58.240
  • (Rose) Do you need more money or fans?
  • 00:00:58.250 --> 00:01:01.100
  • (Shelby) That moment you felt wanted, it's a good feeling, isn't it?
  • 00:01:02.040 --> 00:01:05.200
  • (Kyle Idleman) The book of Ecclesiastes
  • 00:01:07.070 --> 00:01:09.000
  • tells about Solomon's search for meaning,
  • 00:01:09.010 --> 00:01:11.220
  • and this is the lesson that Solomon is learning.
  • 00:01:11.230 --> 00:01:14.100
  • True satisfaction comes from God alone.
  • 00:01:14.110 --> 00:01:18.090
  • Set me as a seal upon your heart
  • 00:01:18.100 --> 00:01:22.180
  • A love stronger than death
  • 00:01:22.190 --> 00:01:26.020
  • Come on!
  • 00:01:26.030 --> 00:01:27.170
  • Flashes of fire with purest desire
  • 00:01:27.180 --> 00:01:31.010
  • No waters will ever quench
  • 00:01:31.020 --> 00:01:35.070
  • Awaken love
  • 00:01:35.080 --> 00:01:37.060
  • Awaken love
  • 00:01:37.070 --> 00:01:39.120
  • No riches or power appeal
  • 00:01:39.130 --> 00:01:44.020
  • All will find you are truly alive
  • 00:01:44.030 --> 00:01:47.220
  • In love as it was meant to be
  • 00:01:47.230 --> 00:01:51.230
  • This is love as it was meant to be
  • 00:01:51.240 --> 00:01:55.290
  • So I'm telling you don't quit.
  • 00:01:56.000 --> 00:01:58.170
  • Don't give up.
  • 00:01:58.180 --> 00:02:00.060
  • With God all things are possible.
  • 00:02:00.070 --> 00:02:02.140
  • He can take all the broken pieces,
  • 00:02:02.150 --> 00:02:04.270
  • and he can turn them into something beautiful.
  • 00:02:04.280 --> 00:02:08.000
  • It's what he does best.
  • 00:02:08.010 --> 00:02:10.210
  • Love is the power that heals
  • 00:02:10.220 --> 00:02:16.200
  • 00:02:20.190 --> 00:02:29.210
  • 00:02:39.010 --> 00:02:49.020
  • 00:02:49.020 --> 00:02:49.030
  • 00:02:49.030 --> 00:02:57.210
  • Come here to me.
  • 00:02:57.220 --> 00:02:59.040
  • (Kyle Idleman) Song of Solomon uses the imagery of a vineyard
  • 00:02:59.050 --> 00:03:01.130
  • as a metaphor for love.
  • 00:03:01.140 --> 00:03:06.010
  • Let Papa put you down.
  • 00:03:06.020 --> 00:03:08.170
  • (Kyle Idleman) Like the vines in a vineyard,
  • 00:03:08.180 --> 00:03:10.030
  • if we neglect the romance in marriage,
  • 00:03:10.040 --> 00:03:12.140
  • instead of flourishing, it will begin to wilt.
  • 00:03:12.150 --> 00:03:15.070
  • How you doing? Welcome.
  • 00:03:15.080 --> 00:03:16.220
  • Thank you sir.
  • 00:03:16.230 --> 00:03:18.070
  • Let me grab that one there. Y'all go on in now.
  • 00:03:18.080 --> 00:03:20.070
  • We needed a break.
  • 00:03:20.080 --> 00:03:21.220
  • You need a break? Go ahead on in, son.
  • 00:03:21.230 --> 00:03:26.020
  • I may not have come to the right place.
  • 00:03:27.020 --> 00:03:28.160
  • Oh, you'll be all right.
  • 00:03:28.170 --> 00:03:30.010
  • I got something I want to show you.
  • 00:03:30.020 --> 00:03:32.010
  • Marriage was never intended to be this test of perseverance
  • 00:03:34.080 --> 00:03:38.170
  • where we try to just stick it out and survive.
  • 00:03:38.180 --> 00:03:42.030
  • Instead, love between a husband and wife
  • 00:03:42.040 --> 00:03:43.180
  • should deepen with the years.
  • 00:03:43.190 --> 00:03:45.090
  • Solomon speaks about this in chapter 8.
  • 00:03:45.100 --> 00:03:47.240
  • He says, "Love is as strong as death.
  • 00:03:47.250 --> 00:03:50.030
  • "It burns like a blazing fire and like a mighty flame.
  • 00:03:50.040 --> 00:03:53.170
  • Many waters cannot quench love and rivers cannot wash it away."
  • 00:03:53.180 --> 00:03:58.250
  • And that's the kind of love that we long for,
  • 00:03:58.260 --> 00:04:02.000
  • love that isn't just practical, but a love that's passionate.
  • 00:04:02.010 --> 00:04:06.180
  • In the Bible, God uses marriage as a way to portray
  • 00:04:06.190 --> 00:04:09.220
  • the kind of love relationship he wants with us.
  • 00:04:09.230 --> 00:04:12.280
  • In fact, that's why Jesus is often described as the groom
  • 00:04:12.290 --> 00:04:17.080
  • and the church is portrayed as the bride.
  • 00:04:17.090 --> 00:04:20.160
  • And in Revelation chapter 2,
  • 00:04:20.170 --> 00:04:22.010
  • Jesus the Groom writes to the bride, the church,
  • 00:04:22.020 --> 00:04:25.180
  • and here's what he says.
  • 00:04:25.190 --> 00:04:27.150
  • He says, "I hold this against you.
  • 00:04:27.160 --> 00:04:29.230
  • You have forsaken your first love."
  • 00:04:29.240 --> 00:04:33.270
  • In other words, with all the busyness of life,
  • 00:04:33.280 --> 00:04:37.020
  • and the distractions, and the demands,
  • 00:04:37.030 --> 00:04:39.000
  • they had forgotten what's most important: love.
  • 00:04:39.010 --> 00:04:41.290
  • And in this passage, God gives a formula
  • 00:04:42.000 --> 00:04:44.130
  • for rekindling love in any relationship.
  • 00:04:44.140 --> 00:04:47.010
  • And so whether it's your most important relationship--
  • 00:04:47.020 --> 00:04:50.030
  • your relationship with Jesus--
  • 00:04:50.040 --> 00:04:51.180
  • or the second most important relationship in your life--
  • 00:04:51.190 --> 00:04:54.150
  • your relationship with your spouse--
  • 00:04:54.160 --> 00:04:56.080
  • this wisdom from Revelation 2, it works.
  • 00:04:56.090 --> 00:05:00.250
  • When it comes to what can rob our relationships of romance,
  • 00:05:00.260 --> 00:05:04.030
  • the list is long,
  • 00:05:04.040 --> 00:05:05.180
  • and without realizing it, we can end up becoming
  • 00:05:05.190 --> 00:05:07.210
  • nothing more than close friends or business partners
  • 00:05:07.220 --> 00:05:11.200
  • who sleep on very separate sides of the bed.
  • 00:05:11.210 --> 00:05:14.050
  • Rose?
  • 00:05:14.060 --> 00:05:15.210
  • Rose?
  • 00:05:17.240 --> 00:05:20.000
  • 00:05:20.010 --> 00:05:34.080
  • (Kyle Idleman) Here's what Jesus tells the church
  • 00:05:34.090 --> 00:05:36.160
  • who seems to have fallen out love.
  • 00:05:36.170 --> 00:05:38.180
  • In Revelation chapter 2, verse 5, Jesus says,
  • 00:05:38.190 --> 00:05:41.090
  • "Remember the height from which you've fallen.
  • 00:05:41.100 --> 00:05:43.240
  • Repent and do the things you did at first."
  • 00:05:43.250 --> 00:05:46.200
  • So, the first part of the formula
  • 00:05:46.210 --> 00:05:48.060
  • for rekindling the romance
  • 00:05:48.070 --> 00:05:50.000
  • is to remember the way things were.
  • 00:05:50.010 --> 00:05:52.120
  • And it's just so important for couples to take time
  • 00:05:52.130 --> 00:05:54.240
  • to reconnect and relive past memories
  • 00:05:54.250 --> 00:05:57.130
  • because our tendency
  • 00:05:57.140 --> 00:05:58.280
  • is to just focus on our current challenges and struggles
  • 00:05:58.290 --> 00:06:01.230
  • and to forget about the beautiful moments
  • 00:06:01.240 --> 00:06:04.020
  • that have been shared together.
  • 00:06:04.030 --> 00:06:05.240
  • So remember.
  • 00:06:05.250 --> 00:06:08.020
  • You know, remember the first time he asked you out.
  • 00:06:08.030 --> 00:06:10.050
  • Remember what she was wearing when you first met.
  • 00:06:10.060 --> 00:06:13.110
  • Remember what it was like the first time you held hands
  • 00:06:13.120 --> 00:06:16.100
  • or shared a kiss.
  • 00:06:16.110 --> 00:06:18.050
  • The opening of Solomon's book begins with the bride saying,
  • 00:06:18.060 --> 00:06:23.070
  • "Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth,"
  • 00:06:23.080 --> 00:06:25.260
  • and she remembers it as being more delightful than wine.
  • 00:06:25.270 --> 00:06:29.270
  • I remember when I first told my wife I loved her.
  • 00:06:29.280 --> 00:06:33.060
  • I remember getting down on one knee
  • 00:06:33.070 --> 00:06:34.220
  • and asking her to be my bride.
  • 00:06:34.230 --> 00:06:36.070
  • I remember when her eyes filled with tears of joy
  • 00:06:36.080 --> 00:06:39.280
  • and she told me she was pregnant.
  • 00:06:39.290 --> 00:06:41.190
  • I remember dancing with her on the beach in Cancun
  • 00:06:41.200 --> 00:06:44.030
  • late into the night.
  • 00:06:44.040 --> 00:06:45.270
  • And even now, as I remember those things,
  • 00:06:45.280 --> 00:06:48.190
  • it begins to rekindle feelings of romance.
  • 00:06:48.200 --> 00:06:51.160
  • And so Jesus says, "Remember the way things used to be,"
  • 00:06:51.170 --> 00:06:54.050
  • and then he gives a second command.
  • 00:06:54.060 --> 00:06:55.260
  • He says to repent.
  • 00:06:55.270 --> 00:06:57.140
  • That's hard to do.
  • 00:06:57.150 --> 00:06:58.290
  • It's hard to acknowledge that you've let the vineyard go.
  • 00:06:59.000 --> 00:07:03.030
  • It's hard to say that you're sorry.
  • 00:07:03.040 --> 00:07:05.080
  • Sorry for missing an anniversary or skipping date nights.
  • 00:07:05.090 --> 00:07:08.230
  • It's hard to say you're sorry for being selfish, or critical,
  • 00:07:08.240 --> 00:07:11.130
  • or harsh, or demanding.
  • 00:07:11.140 --> 00:07:13.070
  • But I can tell you that I've had to do that often as a husband.
  • 00:07:13.080 --> 00:07:16.280
  • More recently, I was kneeling down
  • 00:07:16.290 --> 00:07:19.160
  • beside my oldest daughter's bed
  • 00:07:19.170 --> 00:07:21.020
  • and I was praying for her before she fell asleep.
  • 00:07:21.030 --> 00:07:24.100
  • I began to pray about the kind of husband
  • 00:07:24.110 --> 00:07:25.250
  • she might one day marry,
  • 00:07:25.260 --> 00:07:27.100
  • and in the middle of the prayer,
  • 00:07:27.110 --> 00:07:28.250
  • I realized I'm not being that kind of husband.
  • 00:07:28.260 --> 00:07:31.110
  • And immediately I wanted to make some changes,
  • 00:07:31.120 --> 00:07:33.010
  • but first I needed to repent.
  • 00:07:33.020 --> 00:07:35.030
  • I needed to tell my wife I was sorry,
  • 00:07:35.040 --> 00:07:37.110
  • and then it was time to give some overdue attention
  • 00:07:37.120 --> 00:07:41.090
  • to the vineyard.
  • 00:07:41.100 --> 00:07:42.290
  • (Jed) Come on buddy, come on. Oh, oh, you got me!
  • 00:07:44.120 --> 00:07:47.260
  • You got me!
  • 00:07:47.270 --> 00:07:49.110
  • I'm dead, I'm dead, I'm dead. You got me.
  • 00:07:49.120 --> 00:07:51.250
  • I'm done.
  • 00:07:51.260 --> 00:07:53.260
  • Are you gonna help me?
  • 00:07:56.030 --> 00:07:58.020
  • (Rose) All right.
  • 00:07:58.030 --> 00:07:59.180
  • Jed!
  • 00:08:01.070 --> 00:08:02.210
  • I'm sorry.
  • 00:08:02.220 --> 00:08:05.060
  • I found this.
  • 00:08:05.070 --> 00:08:07.070
  • Okay, all right.
  • 00:08:10.240 --> 00:08:12.080
  • (Rose) What are you doing, buddy?
  • 00:08:12.090 --> 00:08:13.230
  • Making them grow faster.
  • 00:08:13.240 --> 00:08:16.080
  • No, you're making them grow faster, huh?
  • 00:08:16.090 --> 00:08:19.040
  • Oh buddy, that's not how it works.
  • 00:08:19.050 --> 00:08:21.190
  • If you try to force them, you'll get bad grapes.
  • 00:08:21.200 --> 00:08:23.090
  • You want bad grapes?
  • 00:08:23.100 --> 00:08:24.240
  • Yes.
  • 00:08:24.250 --> 00:08:26.090
  • No! No you don't want bad grapes.
  • 00:08:26.100 --> 00:08:28.020
  • Yes I do.
  • 00:08:28.030 --> 00:08:30.260
  • (Rose) Treat 'em right.
  • 00:08:30.270 --> 00:08:32.110
  • (Ray) Okay.
  • 00:08:32.120 --> 00:08:33.260
  • (Rose) Give 'em time.
  • 00:08:33.270 --> 00:08:35.110
  • And when they're ready, they'll let you know.
  • 00:08:35.120 --> 00:08:36.280
  • Okay.
  • 00:08:36.290 --> 00:08:38.140
  • Okay.
  • 00:08:42.160 --> 00:08:44.010
  • (Kyle Idleman) Your home needs some work.
  • 00:08:50.290 --> 00:08:52.130
  • It may not be easy.
  • 00:08:52.140 --> 00:08:53.280
  • It may take a lot of time and energy, but it'll be worth it.
  • 00:08:53.290 --> 00:08:57.170
  • Max Lucado said,
  • 00:08:57.180 --> 00:08:59.020
  • "Satan won't suddenly steal your marriage from you.
  • 00:08:59.030 --> 00:09:01.260
  • "He'll do something far worse.
  • 00:09:01.270 --> 00:09:03.290
  • He'll replace evening gowns with bathrobes,
  • 00:09:04.000 --> 00:09:06.160
  • "nights on the town with evenings in the recliner.
  • 00:09:06.170 --> 00:09:09.110
  • He'll replace romance with routine."
  • 00:09:09.120 --> 00:09:12.100
  • Maybe you've heard the old saying,
  • 00:09:12.110 --> 00:09:13.250
  • "Familiarity breeds contempt."
  • 00:09:13.260 --> 00:09:16.090
  • That may be true, but I think it's more accurate to say
  • 00:09:16.100 --> 00:09:18.130
  • that familiarity breeds indifference.
  • 00:09:18.140 --> 00:09:20.260
  • After spending enough time with someone,
  • 00:09:20.270 --> 00:09:22.220
  • it's easy to take them for granted.
  • 00:09:22.230 --> 00:09:24.290
  • I know it seems like romantic feelings
  • 00:09:25.000 --> 00:09:26.220
  • should come naturally and easily, but in reality,
  • 00:09:26.230 --> 00:09:29.200
  • it requires hard work and intentional effort.
  • 00:09:29.210 --> 00:09:32.130
  • But in the end, it's worth it.
  • 00:09:32.140 --> 00:09:35.070
  • Lastly, Jesus tells the church in Revelation chapter 2
  • 00:09:35.210 --> 00:09:39.220
  • to do the things you did at first.
  • 00:09:39.230 --> 00:09:41.290
  • And so he gives us this three-part formula
  • 00:09:42.000 --> 00:09:44.030
  • for rekindling love in a relationship.
  • 00:09:44.040 --> 00:09:46.160
  • First, you remember the way things used to be.
  • 00:09:46.170 --> 00:09:49.110
  • Secondly, you repent for your part
  • 00:09:49.120 --> 00:09:51.240
  • in the way things have become.
  • 00:09:51.250 --> 00:09:53.190
  • And lastly, you do what you used to do.
  • 00:09:53.200 --> 00:09:57.170
  • Have fun with your grandpa, okay?
  • 00:09:58.260 --> 00:10:00.100
  • Okay.
  • 00:10:00.110 --> 00:10:01.280
  • We'll be back in a couple hours, honey.
  • 00:10:01.290 --> 00:10:03.130
  • All right Dad, bye.
  • 00:10:03.140 --> 00:10:05.140
  • (Kyle Idleman) Paul Harvey tells an inspiring story
  • 00:10:06.150 --> 00:10:08.120
  • about comedian Jack Benny.
  • 00:10:08.130 --> 00:10:10.130
  • When he first started dating the woman
  • 00:10:10.140 --> 00:10:11.280
  • that would become his wife,
  • 00:10:11.290 --> 00:10:13.130
  • he would send her one red rose every day.
  • 00:10:13.140 --> 00:10:16.020
  • But after the marriage, the roses kept coming.
  • 00:10:16.030 --> 00:10:18.140
  • They continued throughout the honeymoon
  • 00:10:18.150 --> 00:10:19.290
  • and the first year of marriage.
  • 00:10:20.000 --> 00:10:21.140
  • Every day through the 10th year of marriage.
  • 00:10:21.150 --> 00:10:23.150
  • Every day.
  • 00:10:23.160 --> 00:10:25.060
  • In fact, his wife received a red rose
  • 00:10:25.070 --> 00:10:27.050
  • every day throughout their marriage.
  • 00:10:27.060 --> 00:10:29.260
  • But after Jack Benny died, the flowers continued to come.
  • 00:10:29.270 --> 00:10:33.290
  • A few weeks after his death,
  • 00:10:34.000 --> 00:10:35.140
  • Jack Benny's widow called the florist to inform her
  • 00:10:35.150 --> 00:10:37.180
  • that Jack had passed away
  • 00:10:37.190 --> 00:10:39.030
  • and they no longer needed to send a red rose every day.
  • 00:10:39.040 --> 00:10:42.130
  • But the florist explained,
  • 00:10:42.140 --> 00:10:43.280
  • "No, Mrs. Benny, you don't understand.
  • 00:10:43.290 --> 00:10:46.100
  • "Your husband, prior to his death,
  • 00:10:46.110 --> 00:10:48.120
  • "made provision for you to receive a red rose
  • 00:10:48.130 --> 00:10:50.240
  • every day for the rest of your life."
  • 00:10:50.250 --> 00:10:54.110
  • It's not just while you're dating,
  • 00:10:54.120 --> 00:10:56.030
  • but it's throughout marriage
  • 00:10:56.040 --> 00:10:57.200
  • that you need to intentionally, thoughtfully, and sacrificially
  • 00:10:57.210 --> 00:11:01.260
  • work at romance.
  • 00:11:01.270 --> 00:11:03.200
  • So, it may be time to go back
  • 00:11:03.210 --> 00:11:06.030
  • and do the things you did at first.
  • 00:11:06.040 --> 00:11:08.100
  • 00:11:08.110 --> 00:11:18.120
  • 00:11:18.120 --> 00:11:18.130
  • 00:11:18.130 --> 00:11:23.100
  • 00:11:23.110 --> 00:11:31.220
  • I know some of you guys really want to rekindle
  • 00:11:31.230 --> 00:11:34.150
  • the romance in your relationship,
  • 00:11:34.160 --> 00:11:36.080
  • but let's be honest.
  • 00:11:36.090 --> 00:11:38.220
  • It doesn't come naturally and you're not sure where to start.
  • 00:11:38.230 --> 00:11:42.020
  • But Jesus says in Revelation to do the things you did at first.
  • 00:11:42.030 --> 00:11:45.010
  • I was thinking that it might be helpful if we put together,
  • 00:11:45.020 --> 00:11:49.020
  • us guys, a to-do list of things we used to do
  • 00:11:49.030 --> 00:11:52.060
  • but don't do anymore
  • 00:11:52.070 --> 00:11:53.210
  • that we should probably start doing again.
  • 00:11:53.220 --> 00:11:55.100
  • So, on that list might be things like:
  • 00:11:55.110 --> 00:11:58.050
  • call her for no reason,
  • 00:11:58.060 --> 00:11:59.240
  • just to tell her you're thinking of her,
  • 00:11:59.250 --> 00:12:01.180
  • or leave a love note out for her to find,
  • 00:12:01.190 --> 00:12:04.060
  • or take her out to her favorite restaurant,
  • 00:12:04.070 --> 00:12:06.110
  • not because it's a special occasion.
  • 00:12:06.120 --> 00:12:08.250
  • Turn the TV off every time she walks in the room,
  • 00:12:08.260 --> 00:12:11.030
  • or at least push pause
  • 00:12:11.040 --> 00:12:12.180
  • so you can give her your full attention.
  • 00:12:12.190 --> 00:12:14.060
  • Ask her opinion about a difficult decision,
  • 00:12:14.070 --> 00:12:16.280
  • or kiss her as soon as you walk in the door,
  • 00:12:16.290 --> 00:12:19.180
  • or buy her a gift that she didn't ask for and, frankly,
  • 00:12:19.190 --> 00:12:22.190
  • you can't quite afford.
  • 00:12:22.200 --> 00:12:24.080
  • Take a shower and put on cologne before getting close to her.
  • 00:12:24.090 --> 00:12:27.230
  • Maybe on that list would be something like
  • 00:12:27.240 --> 00:12:29.110
  • try to make her laugh every day.
  • 00:12:29.120 --> 00:12:32.040
  • Now when you hear that, maybe you think,
  • 00:12:32.050 --> 00:12:35.080
  • "Well, if I do that, she's not gonna do that for me."
  • 00:12:35.090 --> 00:12:38.010
  • Or maybe as the wife, you think,
  • 00:12:38.020 --> 00:12:40.040
  • "If I try to express that kind of love to him,
  • 00:12:40.050 --> 00:12:42.150
  • it's gonna be a one-way street."
  • 00:12:42.160 --> 00:12:44.060
  • And here's what I would say.
  • 00:12:44.070 --> 00:12:45.210
  • You may be right.
  • 00:12:45.220 --> 00:12:47.060
  • You may put in all the effort and not get much in return,
  • 00:12:47.070 --> 00:12:50.060
  • but the Bible tells us that we're to love each other
  • 00:12:50.070 --> 00:12:52.230
  • the way that Christ loved us, which is sacrificially.
  • 00:12:52.240 --> 00:12:56.080
  • In fact, Ephesians tells us as husbands to love our wives
  • 00:12:56.090 --> 00:12:59.120
  • the way Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her.
  • 00:12:59.130 --> 00:13:04.030
  • And so the more we understand and experience his love,
  • 00:13:04.040 --> 00:13:08.160
  • the more we're gonna be able to love our spouse that way.
  • 00:13:08.170 --> 00:13:12.210
  • The more you know his love,
  • 00:13:12.220 --> 00:13:14.060
  • the more deeply you'll be able to express it.
  • 00:13:14.070 --> 00:13:16.140
  • Nothing will rekindle romance more quickly
  • 00:13:16.150 --> 00:13:19.040
  • than falling in love with Jesus.
  • 00:13:19.050 --> 00:13:21.130
  • 00:13:22.090 --> 00:13:32.100
  • 00:13:32.100 --> 00:13:32.110
  • 00:13:32.110 --> 00:13:43.010
  • (Kyle Idleman) Obviously, the reason why there's so many movies out
  • 00:13:46.030 --> 00:13:48.190
  • and films out around love
  • 00:13:48.200 --> 00:13:51.060
  • is because we all relate to it.
  • 00:13:51.070 --> 00:13:53.050
  • It's a popular subject, great date night movie.
  • 00:13:53.060 --> 00:13:57.040
  • But "The Song" allows us to take a theme
  • 00:13:57.050 --> 00:13:59.260
  • that everybody's interested in,
  • 00:13:59.270 --> 00:14:01.180
  • everybody cares about naturally already,
  • 00:14:01.190 --> 00:14:03.180
  • and to wrap that with the Word of God.
  • 00:14:03.190 --> 00:14:06.090
  • Your eyes like the dawn, you are beauty
  • 00:14:06.100 --> 00:14:11.070
  • The touch of your skin consumes me
  • 00:14:11.080 --> 00:14:16.100
  • You shine like the sun, pure and lovely
  • 00:14:16.110 --> 00:14:22.130
  • (Kyle Idleman) My name's Kyle Idleman.
  • 00:14:25.040 --> 00:14:26.180
  • I am the teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church
  • 00:14:26.190 --> 00:14:28.260
  • in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • 00:14:28.270 --> 00:14:30.130
  • So, one of the things I'm really excited about
  • 00:14:30.140 --> 00:14:31.280
  • is a new project we have coming out called "The Song."
  • 00:14:31.290 --> 00:14:34.080
  • One of the things I have done over the years
  • 00:14:34.090 --> 00:14:35.230
  • is teach the book, the Song of Solomon,
  • 00:14:35.240 --> 00:14:38.140
  • around the country in college universities
  • 00:14:38.150 --> 00:14:40.270
  • and in different churches.
  • 00:14:40.280 --> 00:14:42.210
  • I've just seen how important that message is
  • 00:14:42.220 --> 00:14:44.250
  • for this culture and this generation
  • 00:14:44.260 --> 00:14:47.030
  • and to see how that is gonna be translated
  • 00:14:47.040 --> 00:14:49.180
  • into what's happening in our world.
  • 00:14:49.190 --> 00:14:52.080
  • So, you've got kind of a modern day adaptation
  • 00:14:52.090 --> 00:14:54.250
  • of this classical poetic literature
  • 00:14:54.260 --> 00:14:57.040
  • in the Bible called Song of Solomon.
  • 00:14:57.050 --> 00:14:58.280
  • (Shelby) For a moment you felt wanted,
  • 00:14:58.290 --> 00:15:00.150
  • and that's a good feeling, isn't it?
  • 00:15:00.160 --> 00:15:04.090
  • (Kyle Idleman) Together with City on a Hill, we've put together a modern day
  • 00:15:04.100 --> 00:15:07.100
  • adaptation of this Old Testament book,
  • 00:15:07.110 --> 00:15:09.150
  • and we have looked at romantic love through the eyes
  • 00:15:09.160 --> 00:15:13.030
  • of one of the wisest men to ever live, Solomon.
  • 00:15:13.040 --> 00:15:16.160
  • It's interesting because in the Song of Solomon,
  • 00:15:16.170 --> 00:15:18.180
  • you learn as much from his bad example than his good example,
  • 00:15:18.190 --> 00:15:22.060
  • and so we see a lot of
  • 00:15:22.070 --> 00:15:23.210
  • what kind of gets us in trouble with romantic love
  • 00:15:23.220 --> 00:15:25.090
  • and what really works according to God's Word.
  • 00:15:25.100 --> 00:15:28.080
  • But it's all put together in a story that is today.
  • 00:15:28.090 --> 00:15:33.010
  • (Mr. Jordan) So I suppose you're probably in one of them grunge bands.
  • 00:15:33.020 --> 00:15:36.220
  • I'm sorry.
  • 00:15:36.230 --> 00:15:38.070
  • No, I'm not sure exactly what you--
  • 00:15:38.080 --> 00:15:39.250
  • (Mr. Jordan) I don't know what they call it, these kids nowadays.
  • 00:15:39.260 --> 00:15:41.180
  • It's loud and makes my head hurt.
  • 00:15:41.190 --> 00:15:43.080
  • (Kyle Idleman) When we first started talking about "The Song" as a project,
  • 00:15:43.090 --> 00:15:46.200
  • one of my first thoughts was,
  • 00:15:46.210 --> 00:15:48.050
  • "Hey, do we really need this out in the market?"
  • 00:15:48.060 --> 00:15:50.140
  • Because there are so many love stories.
  • 00:15:50.150 --> 00:15:53.220
  • There are so many movies and films
  • 00:15:53.230 --> 00:15:55.070
  • that have been done about love,
  • 00:15:55.080 --> 00:15:56.230
  • and boy-meets-girl type stories.
  • 00:15:56.240 --> 00:15:58.210
  • Do we really need something else?
  • 00:15:58.220 --> 00:16:00.100
  • And then it hit me that the very reason I wasn't sure about it
  • 00:16:00.110 --> 00:16:03.190
  • is the very reason why it made the most sense.
  • 00:16:03.200 --> 00:16:05.240
  • You can say it was love
  • 00:16:05.250 --> 00:16:08.100
  • (Kyle Idleman) There's so many stories about it
  • 00:16:08.110 --> 00:16:10.240
  • that the one story that makes the most sense to be told,
  • 00:16:10.250 --> 00:16:13.130
  • this love story in God's Word between a man and a woman
  • 00:16:13.140 --> 00:16:16.140
  • who fall deeply in love
  • 00:16:16.150 --> 00:16:17.290
  • and experience the ups and downs of a relationship,
  • 00:16:18.000 --> 00:16:21.070
  • as far as I know, has never really been explored on screen
  • 00:16:21.080 --> 00:16:25.010
  • or in story form, especially in a modern day adaptation.
  • 00:16:25.020 --> 00:16:29.050
  • Do you not love me anymore?
  • 00:16:29.060 --> 00:16:30.230
  • Rose, of course I do.
  • 00:16:30.240 --> 00:16:33.080
  • Why would you ask me that?
  • 00:16:33.090 --> 00:16:34.230
  • (Kyle Idleman) So, I'm excited about "The Song"
  • 00:16:34.240 --> 00:16:37.240
  • because it's different than so much of what we're hearing.
  • 00:16:37.250 --> 00:16:41.190
  • It's not just a story we're watching about boy meets girl,
  • 00:16:41.200 --> 00:16:45.050
  • but it's our story,
  • 00:16:45.060 --> 00:16:46.290
  • which I think will bring it to life and apply it to our lives.
  • 00:16:47.000 --> 00:16:51.220
  • I think it will have a great impact on our relationships
  • 00:16:51.230 --> 00:16:54.210
  • far past watching a couple-hour movie.
  • 00:16:54.220 --> 00:16:58.180
  • It's a story of redemption.
  • 00:16:58.190 --> 00:17:01.080
  • Yeah, I was born the son of a king
  • 00:17:01.090 --> 00:17:04.180
  • But you don't know what that means, do ya
  • 00:17:04.190 --> 00:17:08.110
  • If you look at our culture,
  • 00:17:11.090 --> 00:17:12.230
  • we hold up romantic love as kind of the end-all,
  • 00:17:12.240 --> 00:17:15.180
  • and nothing is more important to that in many people's lives.
  • 00:17:15.190 --> 00:17:18.090
  • And so, as a result, what you find is that, you know,
  • 00:17:18.100 --> 00:17:21.070
  • so much of our music is about romantic love.
  • 00:17:21.080 --> 00:17:24.170
  • Most of the movies and TV shows that we watch,
  • 00:17:24.180 --> 00:17:26.220
  • that is the thread.
  • 00:17:26.230 --> 00:17:28.070
  • It's romantic love.
  • 00:17:28.080 --> 00:17:29.220
  • And we get a lot of information from a lot of different places
  • 00:17:29.230 --> 00:17:33.200
  • when it comes to romantic love,
  • 00:17:33.210 --> 00:17:35.180
  • but I believe that God's Word is the ultimate authority on this
  • 00:17:35.190 --> 00:17:38.270
  • and what we really need to do is study his Word
  • 00:17:38.280 --> 00:17:41.210
  • to understand how it works best.
  • 00:17:41.220 --> 00:17:44.050
  • And so I think "The Song" helps us rediscover
  • 00:17:44.060 --> 00:17:47.040
  • what God's original intent was for a love
  • 00:17:47.050 --> 00:17:50.110
  • between a husband and a wife,
  • 00:17:50.120 --> 00:17:52.060
  • what he had in mind from the beginning.
  • 00:17:52.070 --> 00:17:54.190
  • 00:17:54.200 --> 00:18:00.120
  • And I know that really, so much of the challenges
  • 00:18:00.130 --> 00:18:04.230
  • that we have in our culture
  • 00:18:04.240 --> 00:18:06.140
  • revolve around our relationships.
  • 00:18:06.150 --> 00:18:08.230
  • And what we find in the Song of Solomon
  • 00:18:08.240 --> 00:18:11.030
  • and then "The Song" is we find, okay,
  • 00:18:11.040 --> 00:18:13.100
  • so how do we deal with it when conflict arises?
  • 00:18:13.110 --> 00:18:16.010
  • What do we do when communication
  • 00:18:16.020 --> 00:18:18.170
  • is something we're struggling with in a relationship?
  • 00:18:18.180 --> 00:18:21.180
  • What is God's plan for sex and marriage,
  • 00:18:21.190 --> 00:18:25.060
  • and how does that match up
  • 00:18:25.070 --> 00:18:27.090
  • with what I'm seeing in other places?
  • 00:18:27.100 --> 00:18:29.040
  • We're about to kind of compare what our Creator says
  • 00:18:29.050 --> 00:18:31.120
  • with what our culture says and decide,
  • 00:18:31.130 --> 00:18:33.250
  • "Okay, here's what I'm gonna go with."
  • 00:18:33.260 --> 00:18:35.110
  • --do something romantic.
  • 00:18:35.120 --> 00:18:36.260
  • I was just trying to do something romantic.
  • 00:18:36.270 --> 00:18:38.110
  • (Rose) Ask you to talk or do something else
  • 00:18:38.120 --> 00:18:39.260
  • besides just walk in and grab me.
  • 00:18:39.270 --> 00:18:41.110
  • How awful for you to feel desired by your spouse.
  • 00:18:41.120 --> 00:18:44.160
  • (Kyle Idleman) There's a lot of information about love, sex,
  • 00:18:44.170 --> 00:18:47.150
  • marriage, dating,
  • 00:18:47.160 --> 00:18:49.010
  • but there's not nearly enough being said
  • 00:18:49.020 --> 00:18:51.140
  • from God's perspective
  • 00:18:51.150 --> 00:18:53.220
  • when he's the one who knows how it works best.
  • 00:18:53.230 --> 00:18:55.110
  • Think of the music you could write
  • 00:18:55.120 --> 00:18:56.260
  • if you just let go and lived.
  • 00:18:56.270 --> 00:18:59.210
  • (Kyle Idleman) When a husband and wife get married,
  • 00:19:00.250 --> 00:19:02.090
  • it doesn't take very long for them to realize
  • 00:19:02.100 --> 00:19:03.240
  • the honeymoon is over,
  • 00:19:03.250 --> 00:19:05.090
  • and suddenly there's some different conflicts.
  • 00:19:05.100 --> 00:19:07.070
  • They realize how different they are from each other.
  • 00:19:07.080 --> 00:19:10.040
  • They have different expectations about who's gonna do what
  • 00:19:10.050 --> 00:19:12.180
  • and what the roles are gonna be.
  • 00:19:12.190 --> 00:19:14.070
  • And so when conflict arises,
  • 00:19:14.080 --> 00:19:16.030
  • it can catch a lot of couples off guard.
  • 00:19:16.040 --> 00:19:17.220
  • So, how do we deal with this?
  • 00:19:17.230 --> 00:19:19.130
  • You know, some couples decide that the best thing to do
  • 00:19:19.140 --> 00:19:21.130
  • is not deal with it all.
  • 00:19:21.140 --> 00:19:23.020
  • They just pretend like everything is okay.
  • 00:19:23.030 --> 00:19:24.170
  • Well, that doesn't work out.
  • 00:19:24.180 --> 00:19:26.020
  • Eventually that comes to the surface
  • 00:19:26.030 --> 00:19:27.190
  • and causes even more problems.
  • 00:19:27.200 --> 00:19:29.200
  • So, how do we deal with conflict
  • 00:19:29.210 --> 00:19:31.050
  • in a way that not only honors God
  • 00:19:31.060 --> 00:19:32.290
  • but actually deepens the relationship
  • 00:19:33.000 --> 00:19:34.270
  • instead of fractures it?
  • 00:19:34.280 --> 00:19:36.130
  • Oh yes, it's something to feel your hand
  • 00:19:36.140 --> 00:19:47.180
  • And one of the things that we learn about
  • 00:19:50.000 --> 00:19:51.140
  • in the Song of Solomon that is captures in "The Song"
  • 00:19:51.150 --> 00:19:54.020
  • is a model for dealing with conflict,
  • 00:19:54.030 --> 00:19:56.290
  • that it's not about attacking the other person,
  • 00:19:57.000 --> 00:19:59.220
  • it's not about broadening the subject
  • 00:19:59.230 --> 00:20:01.070
  • and making it bigger and bigger,
  • 00:20:01.080 --> 00:20:02.220
  • and getting the win in the relationship.
  • 00:20:02.230 --> 00:20:05.080
  • But it's about dealing honestly
  • 00:20:05.090 --> 00:20:07.150
  • with what's going on in your relationship in such a way
  • 00:20:07.160 --> 00:20:10.120
  • that God is honored and you actually come out of it
  • 00:20:10.130 --> 00:20:13.240
  • more in love than before.
  • 00:20:13.250 --> 00:20:16.200
  • And so a model from the Bible in dealing with conflict
  • 00:20:16.210 --> 00:20:19.100
  • is something that I think every couple needs to study
  • 00:20:19.110 --> 00:20:23.070
  • and needs to commit themselves to.
  • 00:20:23.080 --> 00:20:25.220
  • I'm so sorry.
  • 00:20:25.230 --> 00:20:28.200
  • Marrying you is the only smart thing I ever did.
  • 00:20:28.210 --> 00:20:34.200
  • You're enough.
  • 00:20:34.210 --> 00:20:36.170
  • (Kyle Idleman) There is a ton of stuff in our culture
  • 00:20:36.180 --> 00:20:38.280
  • around the theme of sex.
  • 00:20:38.290 --> 00:20:40.270
  • I mean, everywhere you go,
  • 00:20:40.280 --> 00:20:42.120
  • there's all kinds of advice and counsel.
  • 00:20:42.130 --> 00:20:44.250
  • You can walk past any magazine rack
  • 00:20:44.260 --> 00:20:47.280
  • and that seems to be a major theme in any of the magazines.
  • 00:20:47.290 --> 00:20:52.010
  • Turn on the television, flip through the channels,
  • 00:20:52.020 --> 00:20:54.010
  • and that's always kind of a part of the story it seems like.
  • 00:20:54.020 --> 00:20:57.130
  • Lots of talk about sex.
  • 00:20:57.140 --> 00:20:59.190
  • The one place that we sometimes don't hear about sex is church,
  • 00:20:59.200 --> 00:21:03.120
  • which is surprising, really,
  • 00:21:03.130 --> 00:21:04.270
  • because God is the one who invented it.
  • 00:21:04.280 --> 00:21:06.230
  • He's the one who created it.
  • 00:21:06.240 --> 00:21:08.080
  • He came up with the idea to bond a husband and a wife together.
  • 00:21:08.090 --> 00:21:11.100
  • It's his and it belongs to him.
  • 00:21:11.110 --> 00:21:14.010
  • And so of all the places where we should hear about it
  • 00:21:14.020 --> 00:21:16.170
  • is the one place we often don't.
  • 00:21:16.180 --> 00:21:18.230
  • And so I'm excited that "The Song"
  • 00:21:18.240 --> 00:21:21.000
  • is going to deal with the subject of sex
  • 00:21:21.010 --> 00:21:23.100
  • in a way that is straightforward but is very biblical
  • 00:21:23.110 --> 00:21:27.290
  • and will allow us to not just listen
  • 00:21:28.000 --> 00:21:30.050
  • to a lot of what our culture says,
  • 00:21:30.060 --> 00:21:32.100
  • but to really get back to what our Creator says
  • 00:21:32.110 --> 00:21:34.180
  • in this area of our lives
  • 00:21:34.190 --> 00:21:36.030
  • because it's meant to be a gift.
  • 00:21:36.040 --> 00:21:38.080
  • God gave sex as a gift to his sons and his daughters,
  • 00:21:38.090 --> 00:21:42.100
  • and instead of treating it like a gift,
  • 00:21:42.110 --> 00:21:45.060
  • you know, the church has oftentimes treated it
  • 00:21:45.070 --> 00:21:46.210
  • like it's something that shouldn't be talked about
  • 00:21:46.220 --> 00:21:49.020
  • or it's something that should be avoided.
  • 00:21:49.030 --> 00:21:51.010
  • It's a theme that we should feel awkward around.
  • 00:21:51.020 --> 00:21:53.100
  • But instead, what we see in the Song of Solomon,
  • 00:21:53.110 --> 00:21:55.160
  • and really throughout the Bible,
  • 00:21:55.170 --> 00:21:57.010
  • is that this is a gift from God and in its proper context,
  • 00:21:57.020 --> 00:22:02.050
  • it's a beautiful thing.
  • 00:22:02.060 --> 00:22:04.000
  • So I'm excited about the Song of Solomon
  • 00:22:04.010 --> 00:22:06.230
  • taking a subject that's kind of sensitive
  • 00:22:06.240 --> 00:22:09.020
  • and shining a light on it in such a way that I think
  • 00:22:09.030 --> 00:22:12.220
  • people who've never really heard about sex from God's Word
  • 00:22:12.230 --> 00:22:15.250
  • will have a chance to hear about it
  • 00:22:15.260 --> 00:22:17.210
  • and I think it will make a lot of sense.
  • 00:22:17.220 --> 00:22:21.020
  • One of the things I've noticed with a lot of love stories,
  • 00:22:26.050 --> 00:22:28.160
  • and movies, films over the years
  • 00:22:28.170 --> 00:22:30.120
  • is that there's almost always a happily ever after ending.
  • 00:22:30.130 --> 00:22:33.120
  • And while I love the ending of "The Song,"
  • 00:22:33.130 --> 00:22:36.190
  • I also love the fact that it doesn't just paint romantic love
  • 00:22:36.200 --> 00:22:41.060
  • to be this easy, comfortable, it just happens,
  • 00:22:41.070 --> 00:22:45.090
  • you-fall-into-it type of experience.
  • 00:22:45.100 --> 00:22:47.250
  • Instead, it really shows you
  • 00:22:47.260 --> 00:22:49.150
  • that love is something you fight for,
  • 00:22:49.160 --> 00:22:51.130
  • that romantic love between a husband and a wife
  • 00:22:51.140 --> 00:22:53.200
  • is hard work.
  • 00:22:53.210 --> 00:22:55.050
  • It requires lots of commitment, lots of grace,
  • 00:22:55.060 --> 00:22:58.000
  • and in the end, it's worth it.
  • 00:22:58.010 --> 00:22:59.250
  • In the end, it's a beautiful thing,
  • 00:22:59.260 --> 00:23:01.160
  • but getting there isn't easy.
  • 00:23:01.170 --> 00:23:04.060
  • Like anything else, it's valuable
  • 00:23:04.070 --> 00:23:06.020
  • and it means it's going to cost you something.
  • 00:23:06.030 --> 00:23:07.250
  • And I think "The Song" portrays that in a way
  • 00:23:07.260 --> 00:23:10.120
  • that a lot of our modern day narratives tend to gloss over.
  • 00:23:10.130 --> 00:23:15.100
  • I hope, and my prayer is, that we'll take these things home
  • 00:23:17.280 --> 00:23:20.180
  • and it'll have a ripple effect,
  • 00:23:20.190 --> 00:23:22.150
  • not just in our marriages,
  • 00:23:22.160 --> 00:23:24.000
  • but to our children and in their marriages
  • 00:23:24.010 --> 00:23:25.170
  • and our grandchildren in their marriages,
  • 00:23:25.180 --> 00:23:27.150
  • because we will have re-established,
  • 00:23:27.160 --> 00:23:30.200
  • "Here's what God says
  • 00:23:30.210 --> 00:23:32.050
  • about this really important area of our lives."
  • 00:23:32.060 --> 00:23:34.030
  • Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
  • 00:23:34.040 --> 00:23:38.080
  • Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
  • 00:23:38.090 --> 00:23:40.240
  • Come on!
  • 00:23:40.250 --> 00:23:42.100
  • Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
  • 00:23:42.110 --> 00:23:46.160
  • Love is the power that heals
  • 00:23:46.170 --> 00:23:50.210
  • Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
  • 00:23:50.220 --> 00:23:54.260
  • Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
  • 00:23:54.270 --> 00:23:57.150
  • You know it.
  • 00:23:57.160 --> 00:23:59.000
  • Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
  • 00:23:59.010 --> 00:24:03.080
  • Love is the power that heals
  • 00:24:03.090 --> 00:24:09.080
  • 00:24:12.290 --> 00:24:16.150
  • (Rose) Are you Jed King?
  • 00:24:16.160 --> 00:24:18.010
  • (Jed) Yes.
  • 00:24:18.020 --> 00:24:19.180
  • I'm Rose Jordan.
  • 00:24:19.190 --> 00:24:21.030
  • (Jed) This is your place then?
  • 00:24:21.040 --> 00:24:22.180
  • - My dad's. - It's beautiful.
  • 00:24:22.190 --> 00:24:24.040
  • We're gonna have more than one date.
  • 00:24:26.130 --> 00:24:27.280
  • (Rose) How do you know?
  • 00:24:27.290 --> 00:24:29.160
  • I know.
  • 00:24:29.170 --> 00:24:31.020
  • [laughing]
  • 00:24:31.120 --> 00:24:32.260
  • (Mr. Jordan) You sing about God in your songs.
  • 00:24:32.270 --> 00:24:34.110
  • (Jed) I sing about things that I'm passionate about.
  • 00:24:34.120 --> 00:24:37.020
  • Like Rose?
  • 00:24:37.030 --> 00:24:38.170
  • (Jed) You know, sometimes I think about letting it go, music.
  • 00:24:38.180 --> 00:24:41.240
  • That way I can live right.
  • 00:24:41.250 --> 00:24:43.120
  • And if I did sing, it'd only be because I had something to say.
  • 00:24:43.130 --> 00:24:46.260
  • Marry me.
  • 00:24:48.130 --> 00:24:49.280
  • - I had a dream. - About what? - Your new song.
  • 00:24:53.010 --> 00:24:57.090
  • I've been waiting on you to come along
  • 00:24:57.100 --> 00:25:02.080
  • Seeing notes on a page but not the song
  • 00:25:02.090 --> 00:25:06.150
  • [cheering]
  • 00:25:06.160 --> 00:25:11.050
  • (Rose) I'm proud of you.
  • 00:25:15.200 --> 00:25:17.040
  • So now what?
  • 00:25:17.050 --> 00:25:18.190
  • Enjoy it.
  • 00:25:18.200 --> 00:25:20.050
  • [cheering]
  • 00:25:20.290 --> 00:25:23.070
  • (Stan) Have you heard of Shelby Bale?
  • 00:25:23.080 --> 00:25:26.030
  • She's your new opener.
  • 00:25:26.040 --> 00:25:27.190
  • (Shelby) The first time I heard your music
  • 00:25:30.140 --> 00:25:31.280
  • I thought, "This is it. This guy really gets it."
  • 00:25:31.290 --> 00:25:34.190
  • (Jed) Stan added Shelby Bale to the tour.
  • 00:25:36.100 --> 00:25:38.020
  • We book a lot more shows and make a lot more money.
  • 00:25:38.030 --> 00:25:41.050
  • (Rose) Do you need more money or fans?
  • 00:25:41.060 --> 00:25:43.010
  • (Shelby) That moment you felt wanted, it's a good feeling, isn't it?
  • 00:25:44.190 --> 00:25:48.280
  • I'm just tryin' to help you.
  • 00:25:48.290 --> 00:25:50.170
  • (Rose) Jed, you're not here.
  • 00:25:52.220 --> 00:25:54.060
  • (Jed) What is that supposed to mean?
  • 00:25:54.070 --> 00:25:55.210
  • Something is wrong.
  • 00:25:55.220 --> 00:25:57.060
  • (Jed) Rose--
  • 00:25:57.070 --> 00:25:58.270
  • (Rose) I don't know if I can give you
  • 00:25:58.280 --> 00:26:00.170
  • whatever it is you're lookin' for.
  • 00:26:00.180 --> 00:26:02.270
  • (Jed) I can't sing that song, Shel. It's her song.
  • 00:26:04.180 --> 00:26:06.280
  • (Shelby) No, it's your song.
  • 00:26:08.290 --> 00:26:10.140
  • (Rose) I want a man who believes in something bigger than all this.
  • 00:26:13.200 --> 00:26:16.280
  • 00:26:23.020 --> 00:26:33.030
  • 00:26:33.030 --> 00:26:43.030