In the New Year New You series, Dr. Siohvaughn Funches reminds listeners that receiving all they need and desire from God is accomplished by doing the one thing that’s needful this year and in the years to come. When believers do the one thing that’s needful, they will see their desires go from dreams they hope for to manifested realities! Get ready to see lasting results breakthrough in your life as you do things God’s way!
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New Year New You! (Part 3)
Welcome back, everyone. Thank you so much for joining me again. We’re going to be continuing on with our series. I’m not quite sure if we’ll finish up, but no rushing here. It’s titled New Year, New You and how appropriate at the onset of this new year of 2021. Before we do that and do our recap, I want to take a moment and do what we always do and that’s to acknowledge God and ask Him to bless this time together. I thank you, Heavenly Father, for the opportunity to get at the feet of Jesus and to do the one thing that is needful. I thank you that you, the Father of glory, is giving to us all the more the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Jesus.
Thank you for causing the eyes of our understanding to be enlightened that we may know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance and the saints, what is the exceeding greatness of His power towards us who believe according to the working of His mighty power. I thank you, Lord Jesus, that you’re going to open up the scriptures to us and expound on the things concerning yourself. I thank you, Holy Spirit, for your causing us to be whole. Jesus, as we do, you are transforming us not by our might or power, but by your spirit, into His very same image. I thank you for causing us to know you more. I thank you, God, that as we see into the heart of Jesus, that our eyes will be holding the natural, His hand moving on our behalf in a very mighty way.
I thank you, God, and I bless you. You are the one who can do exceedingly and abundantly well above all we ask for, think or imagine. I thank you, God, that you’re not only able but you are willing. I thank you are willing to give us the breakthrough we need, willing to over answer our prayers, willing to transform us, willing to transform our family members and friends, willing to transform our lives. I thank you for your superabounding grace. I thank you, God, that we’re seeing even increases your grace much more increases and superabound, swallowing it up. I decree that over the households of everyone who’s reading, I decree that over their marriage, God. We’re in their own individual lives, wherever sin abounds, God, I thank you that your grace is much more abounding and it’s making it null, void and empty and ashes that sin.
I thank you, God, that wherever there’s darkness in the life of the readers and even their family and their marriages. I thank you, Heavenly Father, that you promised the entrance of your word brings light. I thank you, God, that they won’t hear me but they will hear the living breathing word that’s sitting at your right hand. Jesus Christ, God man, God made flesh who was fighting for us, who has finished the work for us and who’s gone before us and is our regard. I thank you, God, for the manifestations of our prayers. I thank you, God, for the manifestations of breakthroughs. I thank you that we are delighting and taking delight in you, Jesus. Thank you for granting to us the desires of our hearts. In Jesus’ name, we pray. I thank you, God, also for everyone who has been supporting this ministry. I want to take a moment and thank God and acknowledge you for that, Daddy.
I want to thank you all for your gifts, donations and support. May God continue to bless you and keep you and your whole house. May He prove to you even this year and in the years to come that you sold on God ground. Not a good ground, but you are sold on God ground. I didn’t send myself. This isn’t my bright idea. This is the will of God. This is one of the ways God is ministering the truth to His people to a hurting world. The preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ does nothing less than miracles. We see that throughout the gospels, all four of them actually. We know that it does nothing less than miracles. Jesus is the word, He’s the living word. He ordained it so that people would teach and preach the word. I’ve been blessed to be one of those people. Thank you very much for your support. I appreciate it. I ask you all to continue to allow God to lead you, to support the ministry, the show. Thank you again for that.
“I Will Do A New Thing. Now It Shall Spring Forth”
We’ve been talking about in New Year, New You and we haven’t taken a traditional approach to certain things that are taught on or concepts that are expounded on at the beginning of every year. I feel like God has done something different. I feel that God is going to take us further faster with what He’s doing here. I thank God that the revelation and wisdom He’s given us through this particular series is right at the onset of the year. It’s going to set the trajectory for this entire year. I’m going to take us further than we imagined and it’s going to happen faster and we’re going to have peace, rest and joy while God does this work for us, while we allow Jesus to do what He said.
“The son of man didn’t come to be served but came to serve and give His life a ransom.” The power of Jesus giving His life as ransom. The power when the Lord Himself serve you, when He works the miracle, when He changes the mind, when He regulates the heart, when He restores the relationships, when He heals the sickness or He heals that brokenness, we’re going to see the power that is in that. What’s our part? We always want to know that. That’s human nature. God made us human.
He doesn’t make mistakes. We don’t let our human nature rule. We are led by the spirit of God and we allow the Holy Spirit to govern our lives. I thank God for reminding us earlier on in this particular series of the power of getting at Jesus’ feet and hearing His word. We know that as New Covenant believers, as born-again Christians, this getting at the feet of Jesus and hearing His word is our position of receiving as New Covenant believers. I thank God for that. Our key scripture for this series comes out of Isaiah 43:19. I’m reading from the New King James version. It says, “Behold, I will do a new thing. Now, it shall spring forth.” I love it that God was showing us that as He does a new thing, it springs forth now. It comes forth speedily is what I’ve felt God saying.
He wants to teach us not only how to possess the fullness of our inheritance but how to possess it faster. Not because God is impatient but God uses us. Our lives are open epistles being read daily, the Bible says. When we read stories of people like Esther who overcame the three Hebrew boys who believed in the faithfulness of God, Jesus, who loved not His life, even unto death. We see the transformation in the heart of people like Gideon, who went from behaving very cowardly to being a courageous and triumphant victor about the spirit of God. We see people like Peter, who was full-blown denying God and going the wrong way, being turned around by God and being one of the most powerful evangelists of that time after Christ was crucified and rose from the dead and restored him.
We see someone like Jonah defying God. It’s not a matter of not hearing from God, not knowing what to do, and being confused but in full-blown rebellion. He heard God, and so what anyway? Which way did God say, “Go left?” “Now I know what I’m going to do. I’m going right.” In full-blown rebellion, a very prideful, stubborn spirit. We saw how God dealt with Jonah and turned his life around. He ended up doing the very thing that God told him to do. We see the sovereignty of God in Jonah. We see God giving beauty for ashes in his life. We see God that when He restores, it’s never to put you back in the same position, even if that was a very good position.
God’s restoration always releases a newness much greater than you were before. God’s restoration, even as we see in the life of Joseph, it almost makes you like, “I’m glad that trouble happened. If it wasn’t for that, but for that, I wouldn’t have received this.” This is so much greater. God knows how to make a tragedy even worth it. We have no reason to fear and we see all of that in the word but that’s not the only way God ministers to His people. It is the primary way. I do believe that. The inner witness within when you’re born again, you’re filled with the Holy Spirit, but God also uses us one another. We are the body of Christ. He uses us and He speaks through us and it allows people to have testimonies and other people to hear of them and take heart and take courage and believe God and wait for God.
I’m looking to Him, depending on Him and trusting Him, knowing that God is not a respecter of persons. What He did for them, He will do for me. Knowing that, having that confidence in Christ, it is many blessings that come, all of them come from getting in this position. We see it throughout the word. I’ve seen it in my own life. You are going to see it in yours. I thank God for wanting to bless us and wanting to do it speedily because it’s not just for our sake, but there are other people who hear about the glory of God in our life. They’ll hear how He healed and restored, hear how He took the water and made it wine. They will hear about the goodness, power, love, forgiveness and grace of almighty God, His favor.
His love that endures forever. His love that never fails. It never quits. It never gives up. It never loses. It never gives up on you. It never gives up on me and they will be nothing less than transformed. God doesn’t want to do the miracle for you and give you the breakthrough just for you, although that’s one of the reasons. It’s for all of us, even so that the unbelieving will believe. Know that God has all motivation and reason to bless your life and be glorified through your life, make yourself known to a very hurting world through your life and through mine. We thank God for that. It says, “Behold, I will do a new thing. Now it shall spring forth. Should you not know it, I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.”
The One Thing That’s Needful
Two things God was letting us know from this scripture for this particular series and that is the foundation for our walk, this entire show is titled The One Thing That is Needful. God is continuing to remind us there’s only one thing that’s needful and He knows that the enemy, He knows that the flesh, He even knows that well-meaning family and friends are maybe screaming you’re going to have to do something. You need to do something. I know this from my own life why God calls it the good fight of faith. A fight of faith is like, “What do you mean fighting and having faith? Isn’t that only believing?” Sometimes it’s a fight to believe. We think it’s a struggle to fix what’s broken or right what’s wrong. That’s not even close to the struggle as much as it is to tell the flesh, “Come on, just settle down.”
I need to be still and know that He is God when the flesh is saying, “You better do everything plus cartwheels. Don’t you see this ship is sinking?” Trust me, I know it. As they say, “The struggle is real.” I thank God for never giving up on us. As I said, as we behold Him, the word promises. God promised He is transforming us into Jesus His very same image. Jesus was the one who had so much perfect peace. He didn’t have peace because of the absence of trouble. Everywhere he went, people were asking Jesus to be healed. Limbs growing back, paralyzed people are leaping now. Unsafe folks are getting saved. Shunned sinners are turned into saints.
One touch from God and this is happening. One encounter with God and it’s happening. Jesus saw the brokenness, but He saw something much greater. He saw God. That’s what God wants us to do, be like Him. It’s fine to acknowledge the facts but the truth is God’s word and whatever God said, whatever God promised you, it’s in spite of the facts. It’s not the God that wants you to be oblivious to Him. God is glorified when you actually know that was bad. As a matter of fact, it was impossible for man. That way, you know everything is possible with God. You know that from your own impossible trouble that you faced. I thank God for causing us to do this One Thing That Is Needful again. This takeaway is not just for this series.
It’s not just for the beginning of the year. This is for our entire walk with God as Christians, as born-again believers. It was two main points, but one of the first things God is showing us in Isaiah 43:19, when He says, “Behold, I will do a new thing.” God was telling us that He is going to be the one doing the doing. That’s His part. Our part is that first part. It says, “Behold.” You are to behold. Who are you to behold? You’re to behold the Son of God. You’re to behold Him. He will do a new thing. You behold Him primarily through His word. We even behold Him as we worship. We set our minds, our hearts, our focus on Him and all that He is and all that He’s able to do. He is God. He’s God in the flesh but nevertheless with that flesh. He is God, there’s nothing He can’t do other than things like lie. We’re grateful for that. When it comes to power, He has all power. He is the possessor of heaven and earth. He has all resources, that in heaven then in the earth. Even hell belongs to Him. You can’t lose with a God I choose. Our part is to behold.
God was telling me to focus in on more now how God said that He will do the new thing. The enemy, like I said, of our soul and that flesh. You aren’t your flesh. The flesh dwells in you. Surely it does, but you’re not your flesh. You’re your spirit. That’s what’s going to live on. That flesh will surely rot away. Thank God for it rotting. Thank God for that. It dwells nothing good. The body, it will go back to the dust and it’s like, “That’s fine with me. God is giving us new bodies, anyway.” I think mine will come with a six-pack. How about yours?
With that being said, we’ve got great things to look forward to, although we’re in no hurry to return home, not for now. There’s a gospel to be preached and there are souls to be saved and there are days of heaven on the earth to be enjoyed. Believe God for that. God said He’ll do a new thing. This is another reason why God wants us to rest, to chill out and behold Him and let Him fix it. Let Him heal it. He’s the healer. Let Him deliver. He’s the deliverer. Let Him reveal it and open up blind eyes of people you love and that are around you. He is the one who opens the blind eyes. People act like they can’t hear God. He’s the one who unstopped their fears, spiritually speaking and naturally. This is what He does. Jesus is the savior. If something in trouble and needing saving, perfect, Jesus is the savior. Let’s let Him save. We’re not the savior, we’re the saved. We’re not the deliverer, we are the delivered. Praise God. We’re taking our place by doing that. We are humbling ourselves. God promised when you humble yourself under His mighty hand, in due season, He Himself will exalt you and do so much more.
God Is More Than Capable
God is doing the doing and God was showing me a Bible verse. This is in Jeremiah 17 where God was saying He didn’t want us to do it. Let Him do it. Let Him fix it. Here’s why. This is very powerful. This passage of scripture. I’m starting at verse 5 and going through to verse 8. I believe this is the New King James version as well. It says, “Cursed is the man who trusts in man and makes flesh his strength, whose heart departs from the Lord. For he shall be like a shrub in the desert and shall not see when good comes but shall inhabit the parched places.” That’s very dry in the wilderness. I don’t know if you’ve ever been through anything, if you ever felt like you’re in a wilderness situation.
The wilderness is testing enough. It’s trying enough. There’s trouble enough. To be in a parched place in the wilderness is like, “God, I don’t know how they’re going to make it out of it.” This is an assault land which is not inhabited. “Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord and whose hope whose confident expectation of good is the Lord. For He shall be like a tree planted by the waters, which spreads out its roots by the river and will not fear when heat comes but its leaf will be green.” That’s fresh, flourishing and healthy. “Will not be anxious in the year of drought, nor will he seize from yielding fruit.” It doesn’t matter how impossible the situation is. It doesn’t matter how bleak the situation looks. We have to know that God is more than capable and able. Let’s be real.
Let’s do what He said. Be still for a moment and know that He’s God. Let’s reflect on the fact that He’s God. When it comes to this needing to be still thing, that is a time you want to reflect on God as your father because He loves you. Everything God has done, He is doing and will do for you, bringing it out about in your life and my life because He loves us. It’s not because of Jesus in a sense. Jesus does things. He is the way, He’s the way to the Father. You can’t get to the Father except coming through the Son. He is the door. He is the way, no question. God said that He so loved us that He gave the way, the door. Jesus. Love came first.
God loves us very much and that’s important. In getting and allowing God to do the new thing for us means that we’re not doing the doing. He’s doing it. You put a couple more hands on a steering wheel other than the driver, that’s like a guaranteed accident. Prayerfully so, it isn’t fatal even. You need one driver. You need one God. Let’s leave God on the throne. Let’s step down from it, humbling. “Never mind, God. I can’t fix it.” Trust me. As I told you all, I’m on the stage and I’m in the audience. What they say, “Preaching to the choir. I promise you this.” Some people come and they say like, “Vaughn, it’s profound. God showed you this and He showed you that.”
Experientially for the most part, I had to walk through it to teach it. It’s like I had to go through the test and I went to the class, I had to show up there, and they took my attendance. I was studying, reading, going through it and crying. I was wondering why. It was my wondering why in my place of despair that God gave the answer that I’m now sharing with the world. This has come a lot of it experientially. Trust me when I tell you. I, by no means, want to sound like I’ve arrived in any way or that this is like, “Be still.” No, I’m saying if you see me anxious and you catch me panicking and freaking out, read this again for me, so to speak.
It’s me in the need of prayer like you. I thank God for that and Jesus. God allowed for Him to be in the flesh and be human. Although He was tested in every way and without sin, He still sympathizes with our weaknesses. He’s compassionate. Jesus knows in the flesh, in this earth that’s fallen, the struggle is real. He knows that but everything He promised us is true in spite of that. I thank God for showing us that He wants to do the work because when we do it, that’s us trusting in our self. God said, “That is like a cursed thing. That’s not good. We don’t want to make flesh, not our own, not anybody else. This isn’t about, “I know, Vaughn, because I don’t trust people like that. I ask God to lead me and I ask God to show me if somebody is not right.”
What about you? You have a flesh and I do too. We’re not to put all our faith and trust in any man, not even ourselves, for the Bible says you would surely be deceived. It was enough to say you’d be deceived but God added the word surely in front of it. We don’t want to trust in the arm of flesh. God does use people. He’s using me right now. Even before you go to a person, it’s good practice. Make it a habit. This habit is great. You never want it to be broken and that’s going to God first.
I thank God for that. We see in verse seven that blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord. That’s the one who allows God to do the new thing and whose hope is in the Lord. That’s the one who knows God allowed to do this new thing. He is going to do something far exceedingly and abundantly above all. I can ask, think, pray or imagine He’s going to literally over answer my prayers every time. You’ve got to have that confidence in God. We all do. Another thing God showed me, and this was the second point for Isaiah 43:19, is when He said, “I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” We know that roads in the wilderness and rivers in the desert speaks of impossibility.
God is letting us know and that’s the second point. It doesn’t matter how impossible the trouble seems to be. It doesn’t matter. God is teaching us and demonstrating to us the way to possess the promise. He’s making it very plain and He wants us to possess it and possess it speedily. He doesn’t want us to wander around in the wilderness when we could walk straight into the promised land, whatever your promised land is or whatever you’re believing God for. We don’t want to trust in our flesh or in ourselves to make things happen. We want to let God make it happen. That’s God’s way. At this time of year, you hear all about these New Year’s resolutions. I think it’s well-meaning, like I said.
I think people are sincere but sometimes we can be sincerely wrong. Let’s be honest. We can. I feel like God is leading us to know not just for this year but for our entire walk with Him. Let’s dismiss man’s way. It’s like, “You go ahead and lose 30 pounds. You can do it. Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” It’s like where there’s a will, it’s going to get in the way. That’s been my experience. Let’s let God do it. Let’s let Jesus manifest and unwrap the present He had for us before the foundation of the world. That’s God’s way. The Bible says, “God’s ways are higher than our ways.” They’re better, in other words, than our ways. Jesus has already made what you and I long for happen. Our only resolution this year and the years to come, God is saying, is resolve to rest.
Fear The Lord
Resolve to trust God. Resolve and have this labor. This is your labor. This is what you’re “supposed to do.” Labor to enter His rest. God took me to Hebrews 4:1-3. Trust me, I’m on the journey with you. I’m laboring, fighting for my life into God’s rest. The Bible says, “Therefore, since a promise remains of entering His rest, let us fear, lest any of you seem to have come short of it. For indeed, the gospel was preached to us as well as to them,” them as the children of Israel. When they had come, had been delivered by God out of Egypt and were wandering in the wilderness. They were in a place where they were delivered and they were on their way actually to the Promised Land and so close.
The Bible says but the word which they heard did not profit them, not being mixed with faith in those who heard it. “For we who have believed do enter that rest.” I thank God for giving us that key scripture from Isaiah 43 but also giving us Hebrews 4:1-3 and telling us our resolution is to rest in God. It is to cast the cares on Him and then trust Him to take care of every single care. It is to make our requests known and then allow His peace that surpasses all understanding to guard our hearts and minds in Christ, Jesus, as He manifests the miracle and even speedily in Jesus’ name. I love how God says in Hebrews 4:1-3 because the Bible scholars have said that it is mentioned about 365 times that God tells us to fear not.
This is obviously in different ways. Sometimes He says, “Fear not. Don’t be afraid,” things like that. Three hundred and sixty-five times, if you say it that much, it means almost everything I would say. There’s a reason why God kept repeating that to us. I don’t think it’s a coincidence because when sin came on the scene in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve, one of the first things they did was fear. Unfortunately, they were afraid of God. They feared God. Somebody may be thinking, “The Bible says fear God,” but Jesus defines for us what the fear of God is when He quotes the Old Testament scripture and says that, “The fear of God is worshiping God.” It’s a reverential awe in worship of God and that’s humbling.
That’s what God means in fearing the Lord. For God to be telling us to fear, your siren should be going off. Red flags should be coming up. There’s something to this is what should be happening on the inside of us. Hopefully, it’s happening right now that God is using me to awaken us to this. All these times, God, you’ve repeatedly said, “Don’t fear.” Now, here we go. You say fear, this may be the one and only time it says that. This is very important and God doesn’t want us to fear because fear usually has two effects. It either paralyzes or it pushes people into action without God.
Fear is like, “Go and go now.” Don’t even think about it. Don’t even reason or rationalize, let alone pray and ask God to lead you. Definitely don’t do that. Just go and go now. The whole bottom of the earth is going to fall out if you don’t do something right this second. That’s what it tries to make us all feel like. I’ve been there. I’ve done that. I’ve bit my nails off. It’s preaching to the choir. God is speaking to me as well. I’m in the audience with you, believing God with you to be completely delivered from when the enemy comes and says, “Boo.” We’re like, “What do I have to do?” Either freezing, “Don’t do anything. What if you do something and it goes wrong?” Neither one of those positions are God.
The position God wants us to take is the one we have a resolution to rest knowing that God’s got it for us because these children of Israel wandered in that wilderness for 40 years. They came right to the threshold of their promised land. At least the generation with Joshua and Caleb, we know they went into the Promised Land and I encourage you to read that, the different accounts and even compare them. It said that those who didn’t enter in heard God spoke to them and it didn’t profit them because it was not being mixed with faith. When God is telling us to get at the feet of Jesus and to hear His word and you’re reading this now, this is you at the feet of Jesus hearing His word because it’s not me.
Trust me, I’m not this smart. This is coming from God, I promise. When we do that one thing that is needful, God does the miracle. He does the work. Faith comes to us because the only thing God has called us to do as New Covenant believers is to believe. There’s so much coming. It’s our faith. It’s called the good fight of faith. We think the fight is to get the bills paid, the fight is to change the spouse, the fight is to get the kids on track. That’s not the fight. The fight is the good fight of faith. How do I know that? Anytime we’re trying to do those other things, that’s a signal that we’re losing the fight of faith. We’re busy doing that. Now, God led activity. God led directives that will cause you to do or say something that are our restful activity.
That’s God led. That’s not you, that’s not by a mighty power. That’s God’s spirit moving, working in you both to will and to do. When it’s not born out of that and it’s born out of restlessness, fear and anxiety, it can’t produce anything else. Humans give birth to humans, not puppies because you bring out what first it came from. Thank God we’re made in His image. We who believe, we speak. We believe in, therefore we spoke what the Bible says and you’ll start to talk like God talks. You’ll start to talk like it’s going to happen. You’re going to even hear yourself saying that those are God’s words, you’ll hear yourself decreeing and speaking the word over God and over whatever is troubling you because it matters to God that is troubling you.
Mama bears, Papa bears out there, does it not matter to you if you see your child upset, vexed or scared about something? That’s tugging on your heart real heavy right there. How much greater God, if in our imperfect love, we can feel real concern for our children. If at times we can feel like you rather it be you that’s going through it than to see them suffer, but we don’t have to let it be us. Jesus bore it all for them and for us thankfully at the cross. I want to let you know and encourage you. Your time is not in vain here. You are doing the one thing that is needful.
The words you’re reading and you’ve heard from God, the dreams He’s putting your heart by continuing to read this and other anointed teachings, God-led teachings and Bible-based teachings are mixing the words you heard with faith. We know that causes people to get into the promised land. Only believing and faith comes by hearing and hearing the word of Christ. We hear the word of Christ when we get at His feet and do that. That’s what you’ve been doing and you’re doing it right now. Expect God to turn it around. Expect God to vindicate. Expect God to set free what needs to be set free. Expect God to open blind eyes. Expect God to unstop deaf ears. Expect God for financial breakthroughs well above and beyond what you need but even helping supply someone else’s need. Expect the water in your marriage for God to turn it into the very best wine. Have a confident expectation of good from the God who promised you is faithful.
He’s with you, He’s for you, and it is finished, beloved. We’ll continue on next time with hearing more of this New Year, New You and how to get this newness, how to possess this newness, and to keep expounding on that and keep hearing that from God. There’s only one thing left for us to do since Christ finished the work as New Covenant believers, as children of God and that’s only to believe, beloved. May God bless you and keep you, continue to lead and guide you, surrounding you as a shield with His very own presence going before you as your rear guard as well. Leading you effortlessly into all that He has for you and your whole house.
I wanted to take a moment and I’m not sure of all the people who read this. If there’s anyone out there who has not given Jesus Christ their life, this is vital. Now is the perfect time because there is no other time that God has promised us. We can’t go back in the past. “Let’s leave.” That’s where it said. If God has forgiven you, and even for His own sake, for God, it is time to forgive yourself. It’s time to receive God and receive His help. God longs to help you. He longs to bless you. He is both able and willing to do far above and beyond what you can think or imagine God wants to transform your life. He wants to amaze you and those around you with His goodness. If you haven’t, I want you to give your life to Christ and pray with me.
Thank you, God, for your son, Jesus. Thank you that He has removed every one of my sins. He has been raised from the dead by your Holy Spirit, making me righteous. I receive this free gift of salvation of your grace, God. I thank you, Heavenly Father, that I believe that He not only purged my sins at the cross, but I believe that He is the son of yours, God, that He is God. He is the true and living God in the flesh. I thank you that as I have believed God, as you have drawn me and call me to believe you, I thank you that your word declares, when you believe on the Lord, Jesus Christ, you will be saved, you and your household. I believe and decree and declare that Jesus is my Lord. He is also my savior, in Jesus’ name. Amen. I love you all very much. God bless you. I will talk to you and speak with you again very soon. God bless you all.