Gardner, Rulon
August 2007
Guideposts;Aug2007, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p72
The article discusses the author's experience of surviving a plane crash. Details of his past accidents that made him appear indestructible are outlined. He discusses how God and his will to survive helped him swim to safety. He describes how several men helped them as they move away from the lake where their plane crashed. He acknowledges the role of God in his survival.


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