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Flat broke and homeless, brothers Geza and Zslot Peladi literally lived in a cave near Budapest for years. They left their dank home only to scrape together whatever money they could through selling scrap metal and candy. Theirs was a hopeless situation.

But then everything changed.

One day, out of the blue, charity workers informed the brothers that they had inherited a substantial portion of their late maternal grandmother’s $6.6 billion fortune. And just like that, two destitute brothers, should they want to, could call a castle their home when all they had ever known was a cave.

(Brian Lowery, managing editor,; source: Mike Krumboltz, “From Cave to Castle,” (12-3-09)

From a sermon by Terry Blankenship, Living for Those Divine Moments, 2/5/2010)

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