“Seven Decisions That Determine Personal Success”
David Ponder lost his job of 23 years after a hostile takeover. The only job he can get is working part-time at a hardware store. His stay-at-home wife, Ellen, is now cleaning houses five days a week. With their savings gone, a second mortgage, credit cards maxed out, loans from family members and no health insurance, the Ponders are barely getting by.
After taking a personal phone call at work about his daughter’s health, David was fired. Jenny needed her tonsils out and they did not know where they would get the money. Unable to face his wife, David went driving. As he drove, he go angry. As he got angry, the faster he drove. At 90 mph, the car hit a patch of black ice and David lost control of the car. His last thought before he hit a tree was, “Please God! Why me?”
David woke up to a voice telling him to get off the floor and sit on a chair. The old man was angry at the inconvenience that David was there. David asks the old man where he is…Germany, July 24, 1945 and the old man is President Harry Truman.
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