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Sean Morgan 00:00
I'm Sean Morgan and I'm asking the hard questions about alternative topics like Q anon and Coronavirus. Get the free ebook at Q and on faq.com. Did you know that you can get Q and on clothing and gifts for yourself your loved one and your child at the link below? We're at q anon FAQ comm you can spread the word about this movement and support this channel and its mission of truth in the Great Awakening. You might be surprised at the styles, colors and merchandise we have available. The coupon code is temporary. So use the promo code q FAQ to shop a cue and on FAQ calm, right Welcome. I'm here with comedian Mickey Belle and you're also a pastor and author and you know, can you tell us a little bit about yourself Mickey?
Mickey Belle 00:46
Most definitely I had to have all of it or I'll be broke. I travel as a comedian during the week and on the weekends a clean comedian you know that's kind of the qualification if you're also going to be a pastor but just kind of sharing my story I had about with depression that almost took my life. And so we use the comedy to kind of help promote that and to encourage others that may be struggling through those type of moments in their life also serve as a pastor, my wife and I planted a church outside of Birmingham, Alabama about five years ago. And so we just love helping people. I feel like that's the reason that I'm on this earth.
Sean Morgan 01:25
I think that is why we're here to bless, bless ourselves and each other and to serve God and to love God and love our neighbor. So it's so great to have you on the show. And you told me that you've been following Q. So what what have you gotten out of the Q? operation? The Q movement?
Mickey Belle 01:42
Well, first of all, thank you for having me. I'm just honored that you would have me a part of your show. Yeah, about a year ago, I got introduced to Q and started following on Twitter and just started digging deep going through the rabbit holes because you know, you got to go there to get back out. So found myself kind of going in and reading some things and lining some things up. And also, I guess it was this way, q started confirming some things that I was already thinking, does that make sense? Things that I was already kind of perceiving but I just couldn't put all the dots together. And then it seemed like Q was putting those dots and connecting them for me. And so that's kind of what got me on the Q train and I've been there ever since.
Sean Morgan 02:29
And it's interesting how Q really brings the spiritual side to the forefront. You know, he talks about how we don't wrestle against flesh and blood but against wickedness in the heavenly realms the you know, the principalities and so forth. So can you tell me about the spiritual side of evil and and how, maybe even in your church in the work you do, how you come right up against that spiritual warfare that that that evil energy, evil demons and entities that many people who are not spiritual or not religious, they don't acknowledge that side of reality. So tell me about that.
Mickey Belle 03:07
Most definitely. You know, I think that was what got me to stay with cue with what you just said. Because when I approached it for the very first time, it was one of those things were I was going through it like, okay, as a pastor, am I able to read this and still be okay? Am I able to process this and this is not crossing the line in any way. But seeing how q identified with Scripture, and how everything that is structured and planned that queue talks about is actually using it SERPs from the Word of God. Then it was almost like that was my confirmation that I'm on the right track when it comes to our opponents. And when it comes to those that we are against, because right now as we speak, there is major chaos in our world. And the one thing that I would tell everyone that is listening and watching you This, the opponent is not the individual. That is the opposite skin color. If you're in a relationship, in a marriage relationship, your opponent is not your spouse, your opponent is not your kids, your opponent is not. That's not who we're fighting against. When you read God's word, you find out there is a spiritual warfare that is taking place in the heavenlies. It's the realm above us. And we are we are actually living out the consequences of that battle in that fight that is taking place. So when we talk about good versus evil, that's not me versus you. That's God versus Satan. And
Sean Morgan 04:44
remember, I can place it's hard to keep that in mind when you're fighting with your spouse and they're saying nasty words to you and you just you end up battling them and going against them and it's almost like you're you're interceding against them. When you when you act out towards your spouse, your loved one. But you know there's an amazing movie called war room, christian movie about a couple struggling in their marriage and the woman takes some good advice from a, an experienced Christian prayer warrior who said, Go into your closets and pray for your husband. Yes. You know your husband's struggling right now he is not your enemy. Satan is your enemy. Go fight that battle against Satan in your in your inner room, as Jesus called it. And it's an amazing thing to do. You know, there's so much negativity in politics, there's so much division. You mentioned skin color. So there's so many ways that they try to divide us and we can end up speaking words against our nation against our leaders. Yeah, we need to pray for them. We need to pray for our enemies.
Mickey Belle 05:57
Just as you talked about what that movie What that movie did, and what it taught us. And what the Bible actually teaches us is that as I was speaking against the war that is taking place and the fact that if me and you are at odds that we're not the opponents of each other, well then if you're not my opponent, and if the spouse is not my enemy, and if the person that is standing across the political aisle is not my enemy, within How do I find? Well, since it's not a carnal fight, I can't fight with carnal weapons, carnal weapons, such as bitterness, remaining quiet or being being that individual that tosses insults or even hitting and fighting. I can't fight you in that way. Because that's not the battle. The battle is a spiritual battle, which means we have to use spiritual weapons and what that movie did, and what you alluded to, was in it taught that individual how to spy how to fight the spiritual battle. And to do it without using carnal weapons.
Sean Morgan 07:03
Yes. And the reason why I bring spirituality onto the show and I think maybe the reason why qq brings up spirituality in Scripture, is because when we don't use that weapon of the spiritual world, the sword of the Spirit is the word of God, if we don't use our allegiance to to God and goodness and love, and if we don't choose the side, if we don't use those, those weapons, then we leave ourselves so vulnerable to that. I mean, I have had nightmares and, you know, demonic attacks, I've had, you know, attacks on my marriage. I've had lots of, you know, disease, like I had Lyme disease, you know, we both you and I both struggle with depression. All these things are attacks from the enemy, right. And if we don't learn about spirit Side of Life, we leave ourselves so vulnerable. How did you battle your depression?
Mickey Belle 08:06
Well, first of all, let me speak to what you just said. Because the thought came to my mind not only do we fall victim to those things, but that's what wears us out. That's why we get tired. Paul said this in the New Testament, he said, I find myself fighting the air, I'm boxing the air. And a lot of times we'll translate that as like shadow boxing, like when a boxer, he's sitting there doing his moves, and he's throwing his punches, but he's not hitting anything. Well, we can wear ourselves out, throwing those punches and not really hitting anything that's going to make progress or make a difference in our life. And that's what happened to me. I found out at the age of 13 that I was adopted, I had no clue I did not have any idea. I also did not know how that was going to impact my life. And at the age of 13, I didn't think it bothered me but as I became an adult, I started looking back after a series of mess ups and the stakes in my life. I started looking back and realizing that I had abandonment issues. And I was making decisions in my life based upon those abandonment issues. And not based on the circumstance that I had present before me. I was always looking for a backup, nothing was ever good enough. And I never knew why. And it wasn't until I fell into one of the deepest, darkest pits in my life after making some decisions that cost me my job, it cost me my house should have cost me my family. But they stayed with me and they fought with it with me, and I thank God for that every day. But when I fell into that pit, and I found myself in the lowest part of my life, where I did not want to live, I had to reach out and get some help. And I eventually got some help. That guided me to realize that what I was acting out was because of what was put on me when my dad left me at birth, when I never knew him never knew his name. But he puts something only with his actions and with his decisions that I had to live with. And I didn't know, I didn't know how to find it. I didn't know how to come against it until I actually was able to pinpoint what that issue was, then I was able to attack that demon that was trying to take me out. And so I found myself fighting. And it was like, what I just used the illustration of boxing. I was hitting things, not hitting people or anything, but I was just I was reaching out and lashing out, trying to attack certain things in my life that I thought was the issue. When I wasn't really attacking the issue. I was only attacking the symptoms. And so I had to realize who the enemy was, so that I could actually laser focus myself in the beating who the enemy is, and not the feelings that I was getting it the result of it.
Sean Morgan 10:54
Right. Yeah, you know, there are different angles, different ways we can look at things. There's a great book called prayers that route demons and and in the same author wrote another book about rejection and in this book prayers that route demons he talks about the spirit of rejection is a demonic force. And so there's that that spiritual way of looking at it. abandonment, rejection creates negative belief systems low self esteem all of this stuff is not from the light you know the light God is really all about acceptance unconditional acceptance and love and and forgiveness and rejection, abandonment all of these things have to do with our ego and with a sense of not believing that you're you're loved by God or loved by your family and so forth. So, so ironically a lot of the people who are keeping humanity in slavery are trying to or trying to do all these types of things. They are broken people with their own ego problems. And that's why they leave themselves vulnerable to be used by demonic forces right there. There are people that need prayed for, they need to repent, they need to turn towards God to be healed because they are under demonic attack. Constantly. They're they're actually being demons are living through them. They're possessed by demons,
Mickey Belle 12:18
right? They're actually being controlled by them. So why are we shocked when they lash out? Why are we shocked when we see people act a certain way simply because they're acting out and responding based upon who their control is. So if you're an individual and you don't respond in love, then I have to question who's controlling you. Because if the god of this universe, the God of the light actually got to the light, if he's the one that's actually controlling you, you would have the love of Jesus in your heart. So when people say maybe you need to think about who's controlling you because your actions are going to tell us
Sean Morgan 12:56
tell me about what it's like in Alabama because Alabama and Mississippi are kind of ground zero for civil rights issues from the beginning and with Ferguson, Mississippi, you know, a couple years back and now what is going on right now is they're rioting in Alabama right now.
Mickey Belle 13:14
There is protest, we've not had rioting. We had something happen this past Sunday in Birmingham in the city of Birmingham, due to some of the Confederate statues that we're still setting in land Park, which is our local park here. And so we had, we had a group of people that was working to tear those monuments down, the mayor came forward, went out right into the middle of the protests, told them let me handle this. They took them down. We're seeing that happened all over the United States. We had word that writers were actually and notice that I said rioters and protesters, because there's two different groups and I want to acknowledge that I'm not grouping all protesters in the writers and I'm not grouping all writers into protesters. There are individuals who are protesting for an injustice that should be protesting for any injustice that they feel led to, to protest. But then writers are in and we know that are secretly funded to come in and do nothing but cause destruction, and to try to fire up the race war. We never had that issue. We had protesters who would stand on the side of the street. We've had some incidents happen here. Whereas two years ago on Thanksgiving, or the Black Friday, which the big shopping day of the year, where we had a cop that shot a black man who was inside the mall shopping, and that turned into a great, huge story with that same storyline that we're seeing now. Right now, we're not seeing destruction. We're not Seeing people go around and cause havoc. We're having protests. But we're not seeing the writers and a lot of that. I have to give credit to our local city officials and our local police departments because the writers came on social media saying they were coming to these individual cities, and they enact it. In fact, right now we're living under a curfew. Because our city leaders and our police departments were proactive in keeping that happen. They welcome the protesters. But they said the moment you touch one of our businesses, and you're going to have to deal with that. So we've had some peaceful protests. We've had some people arrested, because they didn't honor the curfew, but it's not like they're being arrested because they're throwing bricks through the windows.
Sean Morgan 15:44
That's great to hear. I mean, America is about you're supposed to have the right to assemble peacefully, but the line is drawn when you start getting violent. So what's the racial environment like in Birmingham, Alabama nowadays to feel tense or do you feel That's, that's okay.
Mickey Belle 16:02
You know, really Now again, if you ask me, a white man or American native to be sad, and then you ask a black man, we might give you two different answers. But from my standpoint, and from what I see, is there racism in the world? Absolutely. Is there racism in Birmingham? Absolutely. But you brought up the fact about the civil rights. You brought up about how what the history of Birmingham is, Birmingham has come a long way. Birmingham, we've got a long way to go. But we've come a long way. And I have seen time and time again, when people have been at odds with each other because of the color of our skin. But I have also seen even more so stories and moments where we've come together, and we've locked arms with each other and a lot of yours to be worse in Birmingham. Because of our history, but I would suggest that actually, probably the Atlas in Seattle could take some lessons from the people of Birmingham.
Sean Morgan 17:07
Yeah, I'm from Pennsylvania, but I lived in South Carolina for three years as a child, and you know, something that people don't realize, I also went to, historically black college in Louisiana. So I have a little bit of experience in different regions of the US. And what's interesting about the North is that it's a segregated society, then Black people live in inner cities, and different neighborhoods. And so sure, we might have liberal politicians and liberal policies, but it's not an integrated society. So there's, there's that's in itself, it's almost systemic racism, because of the way society is structured. In the south is much more integrated. You know, your, your neighbor, can be a different skin color, your your, you know, you you you work with people from different different walks of life, and and So I grew up mostly in in Pennsylvania where I didn't have Hispanic or black neighbors or friends or friends and, and school classmates, but in Louisiana I did. And in South Carolina I did so. So I think that's something people don't realize is that's actually the racism. Even though historically in the south, we had the Civil War, the civil rights, all those problems back in the day. And there still are tensions as you acknowledge that but the integration of our society is very important to look at and see how how that can actually bring us together when we're closer together.
Mickey Belle 18:38
When you listen to the political leaders in Washington. And when you listen to the mainstream media, when they describe the south, they always describe us. According to our past, they never describe us to who we are today. And I think a lot of that is because they don't want you to know who we are today. They don't want you to know that. Yeah, we still have our issues. Yes, we still have a long way to go. But we're a lot further in Birmingham than they are in Washington. And we're a lot further just as you described, and other parts of the northern region of our country. And so I think a lot of people could come to Birmingham and find out that we're a lot different than what people want to portray us to be.
Sean Morgan 19:24
What about your church to your church? diverse? Do you make an effort to connect with other churches who are who are diverse?
Mickey Belle 19:35
Absolutely. We're a diverse church have been since day one. We always do a major reach out to people in our community. When they come to our church, they know that I am a white pastor, but they also know that my my heart is colorblind. So whenever I love, I love everybody. And so our people know that our community knows that and what While we may not have the largest ratio of being a diverse church, we do have some. And we have a lot that will reach out to us during the week that follow us online. They may attend their church because they feel more comfortable there. And I understand that. But I will always get comments of people that will watch our messages and, and even share it. So yeah, we have that diverse madness here. But it's, you know, it's not everywhere. And it goes both ways here as well. But yeah, we absolutely love it.
Sean Morgan 20:35
Right. You know, what's important about the Q movement is it's a movement of unity and for humanity that we're looking beyond, beyond national boundaries, we're not just we're not just, you know, siding with Americans. You know, it goes beyond gender, or class or race or any of that stuff. It's really about uniting behind the truth, right. And so that's why I'm inspired by it. And so No matter how much the mainstream media or the democrats try to push this narrative of racism, I am going to always love my fellow man doesn't matter what color they are. So tell me, tell me your thoughts on what's going on right now with the writing and the George Floyd situation.
Mickey Belle 21:19
Well, first of all, I think the the incident in itself, let's just talk, first of all, in the sense that it happened exactly the way they said it happened. If we go that route first, then you have to understand that it was a very bad situation. It was a very bad situation that dealt with a white police officer and a black man. But in the same sense, the people that went out and started doing the protests and the rioting. What I witness more from the rioters than I did the protesters was they were trying to fat. They were trying to fight racism while being a racist themselves. And I never understood that. Because when you hear what they chant what they talk, I watched a lot of periscope videos from people who were streaming from inside the protests in groups and to hear the things they were saying in the watch the things they were doing. It was like they were protesting what you did. That was wrong, but I'm gonna do it. But it's okay for me to do it. Because I'm in protest mode.
Sean Morgan 22:27
Yeah, a good example of this is Joe Biden saying you're not black. If you don't vote for me. That's one of the most racist things you can do is act like someone from a certain race can only do what you think because you decide what, what's what makes them who they are. Exactly. And I've seen these riders burn down. minority owned businesses have seen them. Basically ruin communities and all the businesses will flee. And there'll be no police presence because they're trying to defund the police. And then who's going to suffer? It's going to be the minority communities that suffer the most?
Mickey Belle 23:05
And what about the black lives that have that we've lost because of the protests or because of the riding, you've got individuals, you've got police officers that have died of all color that have died. And it's almost like the protest is good as long as it fits our narrative. But the moment that it steps out, and you actually had to start taking up for a police officer that was black that died, nothing's ever mentioned that. So I'm trying to figure out, because I know and, you know, because of what we follow, and where we get our information. We know what's going on here. And that is the mainstream media, along with those in Washington, that are being backed by George Soros is actually putting forth a narrative and trying to instigate and fire up a race war so that when we go into November now, I think there's a lot of changes about To be made in the democratic camp, I don't think Joe Biden is going to be on that ticket. I don't believe he's going to make. But I just I really think as far as with the George Floyd thing, I think there are a lot of issues. There are a lot of questions that need to be answered in this. It just blows my mind that when we start protesting, we need justice, the police officers, all of them were arrested. And now the protests continues. They are charged and the protest continues. And even after they are in jail with mug shots, charged with the crime, now you've got this thing extended far out of our country
Sean Morgan 24:43
and demands the demands are so high they want to take away all funding for all police departments. It's so it's so absurd that they'll never get everything they want. So it's declaring war against our country really well.
Mickey Belle 24:55
That just lets you know there's more
Sean Morgan 24:57
holding everyone hostage, you if you don't take it All police officers in the entire country then I'm gonna I'm gonna burn burn down your city is there holding us hostage? So I want to go quickly to the COVID-19 narrative and how you view that as a pastor in a spiritual sense because they have tried to keep us from going to church to worship God, to the house of God to the place where there's a special energy that perhaps even portals of heaven are opened up when we praise God. And they tried to keep us from going to church now the Department of Justice had to get involved just to stop these governors from doing that. And now they're saying okay, you can go to church but you got to stay away from can't hug your your neighbor, you can't shake their hand you can't open your mouth and praise God, because you might spread this virus this killed just as many people as a bad flu season does so and in the meantime, the whole time, abortions have been open for business. They'll keep the liquor stores open the gay clubs open But they will never let you go to church at the same time. So tell me what's going on from a spiritual perspective? How do you view this COVID-19 narrative from a spiritual perspective,
Mickey Belle 26:10
I'm going to speak to this from my state, because that's where I live. That's the numbers that I keep up with. We ended up shutting down our entire state churches, restaurants, small businesses, we ended up shutting down our state, on on the numbers of 4% dying of those that tested positive. That's not 4% of the population. That's only 4% of those that tested positive that were dying now, of those numbers. And this is what I've been trying to get to the bottom of, of those numbers that we have been reported, or that have been reported to us. How many of them died with COVID or died because of COVID rights
Sean Morgan 26:56
rights. Very important fudge the numbers to try to explain
Mickey Belle 27:00
Exactly so using so just giving them the benefit of the doubt 4%. We shut down our state for that. And so about it, the first couple of weeks our church, we abided by the rules, because I wanted to see I want to see what was going to happen. And I didn't want to put my people at harm in harm's way. But then when I started seeing the numbers for myself, and again, when I I don't watch the media, if I do, it's just because I want to see what they're saying. I don't watch them to make my own decisions. And to make my own opinion, I go directly to the source. And then all of a sudden, we started realizing that and we found this out this week because it accidentally got leaked into the media, in the middle of another story that has 50% of the deaths in our state took place inside of nursing homes, right, which made my home state which means that no one or only 50 So now you've cut that down Only 2% of the people that were actually outdoors and mingling above people actually died from those that tested positive. Are you kidding me? Okay, you can
Sean Morgan 28:12
die from the diving accident. And they would say we've
Mickey Belle 28:15
got small business owners who had to sit and watch the big box store stay open. And it was okay. This is the day that I decided that we were going to open our church back up was when they said it's okay. And I'm safe to go and shop at Walmart, where they had work on their door it was posted that they could allow 962 people in at a time when I found out that I could go there, I'm going anywhere.
Sean Morgan 28:43
You go to Walmart, you can go to church and praise God because that's what's gonna get us through crisis. Most of that is unity is that connection with the higher source and so what's your perspective on all the things I mentioned about that? They don't want us to sing. They don't want us to go to church, they keep the abortions going the whole time. What's going on?
Mickey Belle 29:07
Well, again, I think we have wrapped this right back around to the first part of our discussion. And that is we've got to remember who the enemy is. Right? And our enemy is trying his best to shut down everything that there is pertaining to God, and everything that there is pertaining to the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. And so now you're seeing exactly what evil looks like. You're seeing exactly,
Sean Morgan 29:42
to be honest. The call, he kept it pretty hidden before, you know, I've really
Mickey Belle 29:46
got you so yeah, you sir. It was like a very, you know, secret of who was going to fund you know, because I remember when I first started voting, you know, I cried. So where do you stand on abortion and they would try to slide past that. And now it's like a badge of honor I mean, you've got women who are, I've seen names of women who are wearing t shirts saying, you know, I'm responsible for 41 abortions. I mean, it's like a badge of honor now. So what you're seeing is our world has allowed the evil to come forward. It's almost like we've just stepped back. And we've honored that. And a lot of that is because the churches have just remained silent. We just remain going to our churches. You don't see us protesting. You don't see us trying to call all of our legislators, we can't even get all the church people to show up and vote on any given election. And so we're just sitting back and letting this evil so what's happening is I believe God is moving back his hand of protection, because we have to understand, nothing can happen unless God gives it permission. And I feel like what God's doing is God said I, I'm going to step back and I'm going to let you see for yourself exactly what you're dealing with. There's a lot of churches having to learn how to fight evil, the spiritual way. Because now it's not just as good just to say, Well, I'm gonna go voted out. No, we got to fight it out. And we only do that through prayer.
Sean Morgan 31:12
You're right, that everyone's being exposed, everything is being exposed, and you're really able to make a clear decision. And you know, I was always curious about people like Kanye West and Joel Osteen. Because I wonder, hey, if you're a millionaire billionaire, and you're trying to do everything, that way, are you for real or not? I couldn't really tell. And what's interesting is I saw Joel Osteen out there with the protesters with a black mask, the same black mask that Hillary wears and Biden wears and an Tifa wears. And I thought, well, Joel, you finally really made it clear for me to understand which side you're on, because you're not on the side of all those patriots who are trying to keep their businesses open and keep their livelihoods open. We're trying to go to church. I never heard Joel Osteen say anything about trying to get people to go to church, but he is the first one in line, just like a Hollywood celebrity to try to, you know, drum up support for this kind of defund the police movement. So what's your What's your feeling on prosperity gospel people like Joel Osteen.
Mickey Belle 32:18
Well, people ask me all the time, they said, make your your prosperity preacher and I say absolutely. And because but I'm not the prosperity in the way that you just described it. Because I believe that God wants what's best for his children. And to say that he doesn't goes against everything in his word because he gave us his best and his son. I don't believe that. To be a follower of Christ. You have to be poor. And you have to be Oh is me all the time. I believe God gives us victories. also believe that God puts strategically puts people in place to where they can make money, so they can fund the ministry so they can get the word out so we can progress, the move of the gospel. I'm not that person. That's the A prosperity preacher that believes you should give up everything you've got and send it to me so I can have. That's the difference. So I believe that we've had some people that have taken advantage of their ministries, I believe we've got some people that have escalated it to the point to where they may have worked themselves out of the will of God. But I'm just going to say it this way. I believe that when we get to heaven, we're going to be shocked by the people that are there. And we're going to be shocked by the people that are not there. And even in His Word, he says that not everyone that said to me, Lord, Lord, is going to be able to enter the kingdom of heaven. So I just pray. I'm just so much worried about my actions that I'm not going to worry about theirs. But you can always just look and see, and they'll end up telling you their true colors.
Sean Morgan 33:55
Right. I think I think we're really seeing you know, the word Revelation and apocalypse is really about unveiling and exposing. So,
Mickey Belle 34:05
unless if you are a believer of the word, if you are a believer of the word, just know that the book tells us it's going to get a lot worse before it gets a lot,
Sean Morgan 34:18
right. That's the Yeah, I have a feeling it's gonna get a lot worse before it gets better in America, but I don't know if it's in times Exactly. But I i'm, i'm hopeful for America, I still believe that it's we're gonna have Donald Trump is gonna win the election that that we're gonna have a revival. And so, thank you for your pastoral work that you're doing and, and bringing smiles to people's faces. I know my wife and I are always trying to find content, that clean content for our family to watch together and it's so difficult. It seems like Netflix has a you know, a sitcom called Lucifer but you don't see a lot of stuff about the other stuff. So where can people go to get your your clean? comedy and so forth?
Mickey Belle 35:08
Oh man, thank you so much for having me today. It's been fantastic and I love this discussion. Everything is the Mickey bale.com MRC ke y b e Ll, they Mickey Mouse comm website, Facebook, Instagram, all of that. The books that we talked about are available on Amazon. And man, I just I appreciate what you're doing and getting this message out and being able to talk about the things that need to be talked about. I really believe it's this type of programming, and this type of content that is going to help America more in the days that we've got coming forward than anything else.
Sean Morgan 35:46
Can you do a quick prayer for our channel and for our audience and for our nation?
Mickey Belle 35:50
Absolutely. God, I just thank you for the fact that I have this opportunity to bow my head and your presence and because of your son Jesus, you Tell me in your word that I can come to you, not weak. And I don't have to come to you as low as me. But God, I get to come to you boldly. And so I stand here boldly before you and I declare that America has not seen its best days, but it's going to come that the best days are ahead of us. And God, I know that there is a lot of division in our world. And it's division because of the color of our skin. It's division because of what we choose to believe politically. But God, it's division because of good versus evil. I pray blessings over this program, that it would get into the hands to the eyes and ears of the people that need to have this type of encouragement. God for that person that is listening to this right now. And they're afraid and they're nervous and they're scared, or they're maybe to the point to where they feel like they're just going to give up on life all in general because they don't think it can get better. Encourage them. A little Allow them to come into contact with someone who would speak life into them and not drain them out of the God, we love you. And we thank you for everything that you're doing. And we know that no matter what happens on this earth, you are still in control. And we worship you for that. In Jesus name. Amen.
Sean Morgan 37:20
Amen. Thanks for keeping your church open and Alabama. And it's amazing what's just 100 people praising God can do to the community and the nation. Thank you. So you're bringing happiness to people's life you're bringing you're bringing life like you like you prayed. You're bringing life it's really life and light versus darkness and death. So thank you for being on and inspiring people. And we'll talk to you soon, Mickey. Absolutely. Thank you. Don't you feel like giving back to the heroes who risk their lives every day to make the world a safer place? I mean, the military, the police, the firefighters, the first responders. They don't get enough. Respect to gratitude to think that there are homeless veterans right now. I mean, they deserve a place to live. Well my friend Lucas is a veteran who was tired of seeing other vets living on the street and he started hero soap company calm. He makes natural soap that's healthier for you and your family. He uses essential oils, goat's milk, coconut oil, and if you have sensitive skin or dry skin, it's really perfect. But you can actually get it subscription and get it delivered to your door every month. But the best part is that it helps heroes like almost as good a place to live. Go over to hero soap company comm use the coupon code cue FAQ to get a discount. And check out all the varieties and my favorite ones peppermint because of the aroma the fresh tingly feeling it's really an awesome natural product for your family. But while you're there learn about the charities in the Eurozone company supports so you can support the heroes support your health support your family with chemical free soap and support the channel through hero soap company.com by supporting This channel you help us expand our reach and educate the masses in the spirit of truth in unity. You can support our channel for free just share our content on social media every time you click Share it makes a difference. So subscribe to our podcast Follow us on Facebook, Instagram gab, Twitter and YouTube from the links below. And you can buy queueing on clothing and gifts to spread the Great Awakening at Q and on FAQ calm and you can become a patron to join a private community of fellow truth seekers is patreon.com slash Q and on FAQ