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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106: Reading comprehension:I'm convinced there is a God
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    Reading comprehension:I'm convinced there is a God


    'I'm convinced there is a God'.
    Orange Beach, Alabama -- Mark Waters isn't about to forget his vacation. He fell 14 stories from a condominium roof and lived to tell about it.

    Waters landed in the swimming pool at an Orange Beach, Alabama, condo. Waters thought he was about to die and says he prayed he would pass out before hitting the ground. He says he was locked out of his room and was trying to climb in through a balcony window when he fell.

    He survived his fall with a few busted ribs and a collapsed lung. Waters says he knows he's lucky to be alive. He adds that he's now -- quote -- 'very convinced there is a God.'





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