A Mississippi woman’s act of generosity is turning heads and touching hearts.
Joyce Hargrave Felton recently jumped into action when she noticed a couple in the Walmart line in front of her in Canton, Texas, struggling to pay. Rather than ignore their plight, she stepped in to offer profound kindness.
Ben Hendley, a witness to Felton’s goodness, recounted the events in a Facebook post that is capturing attention.
The couple Felton helped were attempting to buy Christmas gifts for their kids, but the husband’s card was declined. That’s when Felton spoke up, according to Fox Business.
“You know what? It’s Christmas!” she said. “I’ll pay for it!”
The man was embarrassed and his wife explained that the cost of the gifts was very high. When the wife attempted to pay, she, too, found that her card was declined.
“It’s a couple hundred dollars. So?” Felton said, refusing to back away from her offer to help. “God’s blessed me, so I’m going to bless you.”
And Felton reportedly did just that, insisting on paying for the couple’s goods.
Hendley was so inspired by the kind deed that he followed Felton outside in awe. He concluded, “There ARE good people in this world!”
And guess what else he noticed? Felton’s license plate ironically read, “GOD SNT,” a perfect label for this woman and her good deeds!
As for Felton — who actually owns a health care staffing organization called God Sent Staffing Agency — she told Fox News that such acts of goodness are her “norm.”
“This is my norm,” she said. “You do what God tells you to do and don’t ask questions. It’s only being obedient.”
Felton also took to Facebook on Sunday to encourage people to engage in kind acts. While she said no one is perfect, she encouraged people to “always try to do [God’s] perfect will.”
“You never know who is watching you,” Felton said.
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