When Chick-fil-A employee Levi Jones recently saw a hungry homeless man hanging around outside the restaurant, he didn’t chase him off or call the police. Instead, he gave him a meal – and his own shoes, too.
The homeless man who didn’t have any shoes was sitting under a tree, not far from the Chick-fil-A building in Columbus, Ga.
“He had his eyes closed, looked very tired,” Jones, who is 18, told WRBL-TV. “I went over to him. God led me over thereto speak to him. I asked him how he was doing, if I can get him any food. I noticed he didn’t have on any shoes on his feet. The Lord told me to give my shoes to him and that’s exactly what I did.” … more
Don’t ya know a sweet fragrance went up to God that day.
Matthew 25:40 The King will answer and say to them, ‘I assure you and most solemnly say to you, to the extent that you did it for one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it for Me.’
Jesus is coming, are you a sweet fragrance before the throne of God?