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

When Steve Harvey’s talk show “Steve” was discontinued by NBC, despite its success and good ratings, he faced a significant professional setback. Instead of letting this defeat him, Harvey turned to his faith, famously stating, “The God I serve didn’t bring me this far to leave me.” His response to the show’s cancellation was a powerful message about resilience and trust in a divine plan.

Harvey’s belief that when one door closes, another opens, was evident in a video he shared on Instagram, which resonated with many. He emphasized that every event in life, including the end of his show, is part of a larger path meant for personal growth. This outlook reflects a broader sentiment that hardships in life shouldn’t erode one’s faith but should strengthen it, with the understanding that lost dreams pave the way for new beginnings.

Despite the end of “Steve,” Harvey’s presence on television remains robust, hosting “Family Feud” and other significant events, showing that his career journey continues with new opportunities.