Between segments of “Family Feud,” host Steve Harvey recently explained to the audience that God gave all people unique “gifts” to serve as the “keys” to their success in life.
“The key is to locate your gift,” he said. “It’s not your talent. Your talent has nothing to do with it. Be very careful with what your talented in and passionate about. They sound like the same thing. What you are gifted at is your quest.”
The 65-year-old TV personality went on to tell young people in the audience they have to identify their respective “gifts” because “therein lies your greatest chance for success,” adding, “Every living soul God created — at birth, He gave all of you a gift — all of you in this room are gifted. All of you are gifted. Listen to me. All of you are gifted individuals.”
“Teaching is a gift,” he said. “Networking is a gift. Working with your hands is a gift. Being a caregiver is a gift. Babysitting is a gift; some people are just really good at it. All of this turns into something.”
To make his point — and to show the difference between a talent and a gift — Harvey told the crowd about one of his childhood friends, whom he called “Clipper.”
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SOURCE: Faithwire, Tré Goins-Phillips