According to Steve Harvey, “The God I Serve Didn’t Bring Me This Far To Leave Me.”

“When a door shuts, a window opens” is one proverb. There are undoubtedly a million uses for this proverb.

Whoever said it originally, though, there is no mistake about it: even if this isn’t a Bible passage, it surely encourages people to believe in faith and hope.

Even though you may experience a lot of heartache and sadness in life, this shouldn’t cause you to lose faith in God—rather, it should only strengthen it. Those who practice intense religion feel that lost dreams are signs from God that bigger things are on the horizon.

Therefore, all you really need is a little perseverance and the belief that everything occurs for a reason.

But one of the saddest things that may happen is losing something you’ve grown to love. That’s exactly what longtime beloved talk show host Steve Harvey went through.

For seven seasons or years, his daytime chat show “Steve” (previously “Steve Harvey”) ran on NBC. Despite this, the network decided to allow him to go.

What transpired led some to question whether the program was simply a victim of the hostilities that broke out when Endeavor’s IMG Original Content assumed command of the series two seasons prior.

Harvey voiced his dissatisfaction with the way the network handled the transition of his show to “The Kelly Clarkson Show” during the last season of the show.

Despite the awful news, Steve did not allow it to cause him to lose trust in God. A number of people were really moved by a video he posted on Instagram.


“They were gone’ close the door on me in 2019,” he says in his video. “All of this signals that God has another door for me to open,” he says in a passionate and encouraging statement that further deepens our affection for him.

According to Steve, it’s not the end of the world when a door is closed.

Steve continued, “I’ve come to understand that everything that occurs to me is for my growth and benefit. I’ve learned to accept God’s will.” For the God I serve did not send me this far and then forsake me.

“The Steve Harvey Show” is a lunchtime discussion show that Steve Harvey launched in 2012. It was developed in collaboration between NBCUniversal and Endemol Shine North America, and it was distributed by NBCUniversal Television Domestic Television Distribution.

The show was one of the few new daytime entries that received both reasonable and great ratings. The last season of the show had about 1. 8 million viewers per week on average.

This caused it to rise to the number five slot in the talk show rankings, trailing only “Dr. Live with Kelly and Ryan, Phil, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Maury.”

Even though “Steve” is no longer on the air, the well-known talk show host is still frequently seen on television. He has emceed other events in addition to anchoring “Family Feud,” including the Miss Universe pageant and Fox’s “New Year’s Eve with Steve Harvey: Live From Times Square.”

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