Gospel Trick Shot # 3 Peer Pressure ~ Steve Lillis

History of the Trick Shot:

The first time I think I saw this trick shot was in an exhibition by the late great BCA Hall of Fame pool player Jimmy Caras. There are many other names for this shot as it has been around for a long time. One other name for the shot that I am aware of is the Rosebud.

GTS Name and Why: Peer Pressure – Having been a teacher for 23 years to mostly college freshmen, I often thought about the tremendous peer pressure imposed on them. In many of my college shows, I almost always include this shot to remind students about choices in life. I ask them to pick one of the four pockets ABDE which represent four possible directions in life. I remind them that their Creator has a special plan for them as each person is uniquely different. Peer pressure can take them out of God’s good plan for their life. Be careful who you keep company with!

Scripture References in NIV Translation: Romans 12:2; Proverbs 22:24-25; Proverbs 4:14-16; Proverbs 22: l; II Corinthians 6:8; I Corinthians 15:33.

Cue Ball Placement: Depending on designated pocket ABED, the cue ball will be placed accordingly.