We’ve all been at the checkout and have
seen been the somebody that “forgot their wallet.”
A few months ago I bought $30 or $40 dollars of gas for a young African American, college-age kid, because he lost his wallet.
We were both in between cities at a rural gas station. He was traveling with his mom and two other adults, all of whom I met and prayed with. They were very kind and beautiful human beings.
I was skeptical when two of the other adults paid cash for food inside.… Continue Reading