Internationally recognized comedian Steven Harvey used his time between “Family Feud” segments to talk to the audience about their god-given “gifts.” “The key is to locate your gift,” he expressed. “It’s not your talent. Your talent has nothing to do with it. Be very careful with what you're 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 advised the younger audience members 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.” [tweet_embed] April 26, 2022[/tweet_embed] “Teaching is a gift,” he declared. “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 dissimilarity between a talent and a gift — Harvey told the crowd about one of his childhood friends, whom he called “Clipper.” Clipper, Harvey recalled, spent all his extra time cutting grass. Nowadays, Harvey’s 62-year-old friend owns an incredibly successful landscaping business in Cleveland, Ohio, bringing in $4 million a year. “You know what Clipper does?” Harvey is heard saying in a clip posted on his YouTube page. “Clipper cut grass. He does nothin’ but cut grass. He found his gift and he was gifted at it. His gift has made room for him.” [tweet_embed] April 26, 2022[/tweet_embed] In the video, titled “Motivated Steve Harvey,” the comedian informed those in the “Family Feud” audience to copy the Clipper who has found their “gift.” “Your gift might be frying chicken,” Harvey resumed. “Some of y’all bake a pie. Some of y’all do hair. Some of y’all fix cars. Some of y’all paint. Go do that. Do your gift. Don’t worry about which one of the talents. The reason you’re struggling with that talent is that that ain’t what you was built to do. You were built to do your gift.” “Discover your gift, change your life,” Harvey advised. “That’s the secret.” Harvey regularly uses his media to speak about God and Jesus, including on his new show, "Judge Steve Harvey." Nevertheless, Harvey stunned many of his Christian fans last year after he revealed that he considers there's more than one way to Heaven. [tweet_embed] April 26, 2022[/tweet_embed] Last year, Harvey posted a video on his official YouTube channel titled “How Steve Harvey Prays” that shows him at Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in the United Arab Emirates. The UAE is a majority Muslim Persian Gulf nation where Islam is the official religion. While Christian immigrants in the UAE are allowed to worship in private, they are prohibited by law from praying in public or evangelizing. "There's no one way to Heaven, no one way to paradise,” Harvey declared. “It's like television, now there are over 800 channels on cable, and they're all pretty entertaining. So I'm pretty sure that to get to Heaven, there's got to be more than one route. Because somebody watching another channel or taking another channel than you, they're still getting entertained, and they probably still getting to Heaven.” In the Bible, nonetheless, Jesus clearly states that He is the only way. “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but through Me,” Jesus said in John 14:6. And in John 8:24 Jesus said: “For unless you believe that I am He, you shall die in your sins.” The Apostle Peter repeated the words of Christ in Acts 4:12, saying, “Neither is their salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.” Harvey captioned the video by writing, “There’s many ways to serve GOD and keep your faith. My trip to The Emirates always reminds me how we can live in harmony and in the much-needed peace we all crave globally."