My Second Chance at Lifeby Leonard Joseph Pollard II
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My Second Chance At life will take you on a journey of what happened to myself. As you read you will see what happened when I put God on the backburner of my life.
Here is an exert from My Second Chance At Life "As I was walking through the fields of Heaven, I came across a throne, and sitting on the throne was God. I looked around and then said it was time to go. I begged him to stay, and he said 'Joey it is not your time, you have unfinished business of mine to complete before you stay. Then someone touched me on the shoulder and when I turned I saw a nailed scar hand, it was God's right hand Jesus Christ, and he said listen to my Father for he knows what's best'"...
As you read My Second Chance At Life, you maybe thinking right now that I am not facing what I faced, but you are facing something. Things are not going your way and you think there is no one that can help, but all you have to do is put it in the hands of God, he will take care of the rest.
God Bless each and every one of you.
Leonard J. Pollard II (Joey)
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When I sat down and read this book, I felt like the Author did an excellent job in arranging his thought process. As I read it, it actually felt like I was experiencing what the Author did. There are situations that I can relate too and just to read what the Author did and how he kept his focus on God makes me stop and think. For anyone out there that might be wondering if you should read this book. Yes, you should. Easy read, and easy to follow and easy to understand. I know the Author and he is a very great, caring and wonderful man, one I am proud to call friend. He loves his mother very deeply and that's very admirable. Respectfully, Charles