Jay Austin, a dishonest car salesman in lots of debt, comes to a turning point in his life where he becomes a born-again Christian, turns from his dishonest way of business and begins trusting in God to take care of him. Even when things get hard he trusts God, and God provides him with a way to pay off his debt honestly. Written by
In every man's life there's a turning point
25 July 2003 (Brazil)
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They originally expected the film to be just a local ministry. Their local theater agreed to play it for maybe a week, but it ended up playing for many weeks, and was then taken to a couple other theaters, and eventually released nationwide on video. See more
When Jay and Kevin are talking about getting more money for the cars, Jay says, "Kevin, we're not gonna go that route." But when the same conversation, as recorded by Kevin's hidden camera, is shown on the TV report, he says, "Kevin, I don't wanna go that route." See more
Jay, just say the blessing.
Why don't you say the blessing?
Okay. Dear God, thank you for this food, Your blessings, and the precious carpet we're allowed to walk on. May it serve us well in the years to come and be a beacon of hope to all those who live in the house after were gone. Amen.
That was lame!
You're welcome to pray any time you like.
Referenced in Facing the Giants
Everything You Are
Written and Performed by Mark Willard
featuring drums by Tim Davis See more