John Kasica has been a musician with the famous and highly regarded St. Louis (MO) Symphony Orchestra since 1971. In this radio conversation John tells of a humbling but very funny experience that happened during a sympathy concert featuring him in solo. His performance the previous night received a standing ovation. But the next night, just before the scheduled time of his solo, all his sheet music dropped to the floor…and scattering! In dropping down to retrieve it, it was too late to perform! So John did what any creative orchestra musician would do under the circumstances: during the time allotted for his solo, he hid under the nearby xylophone! After the concert John apologized to gracious orchestra conductor, Leonard Slatkin. Then he remembers getting in his car to go home … and asking the Lord “Why?” … and chuckles in reporting that there was “…silence in heaven for a half hour!” (as in the book of Revelation). The 30-year-ago experience still stands fresh and tall in his memory as a great lesson in humility. – John Kascia, now also leading the St. Louis Creative Arts Fellowship, tells the impacting, life-changing, very positive story of receiving Jesus Christ into his life.