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Eye On The Prize

There is a way that you can have the life of your dreams. You have to learn the principles of success and I’m going to give them to you.



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  1. The Lord gave me the name of my mate in 1996. He asked me if I was willing to wait. I am still waiting. Staying on Faith Street. Thank you, Mr. Harvey.
    I ask men their name. Once I called the utility company and they transferred me to a man that had my mates name.
    I was so excited I said, on his answering machine, “I love your name.” Wish I could have taken that back. No way to erase. I told him what I wanted and he never called.
    Now Mr. Harvey, I need prayer. I once asked GOD not to wait until I am to old. This April I will be 71.
    He has a great sense of humor.
    Sincerely, Joyce Marie Hand

  2. You help change lives and encourage people! Your story is amazing and I just thank you for sharing it. I really admire and look up to you. Thank you for all your words, Steve! When you’re trying so hard to fallow your dreams and everyone keeps telling you, you’re crazy . I listen to you!

  3. Thank you for all your words, Steve! When you’re trying so hard to fallow your dreams and everyone keeps telling you, you’re crazy . I listen to you!

  4. Mr. Harvey, As a retired US Navy SEAL with 23 years of honorable service to our country, I have prayed for many things. Mostly for others, that they will live or be comforted in their time of pain or need. I have prayed for my family, that they be healthy and safe. I have never asked God for wealth, as I am wealthy with friends and family and I believe THAT is the true wealth. Money makes life a bit easier to live, but it is NOT the answer to true happiness. I know this because In my travels as a Navy SEAL, I have seen many poor people, in dirt floor huts, no electricity, and no indoor plumbing, living in true happiness with their families. They would offer my SEAL brothers and I their food, though they had little for themselves, and a place to rest. It wasn’t the Waldorf Astoria, or a motel 6, but we were treated better, as we were treated with respect as honored guests in their village. Mr. Harvey, You are a man of God, whom I respect and admire, because you draw your strength from God. It is my deepest wish that your faith in God will never waver and that you will be blessed all the days of your life. Thank you for ALL that you do.

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