Amazing Things

Chick-fil-A Owner Declines Homeless Man’s Offer to Work For Food and Gives Him Something Even Better


Amazing! True Christians set an example everyone should live by.

Regardless of your religious beliefs being a good samaritan is approved by them all. Recently American society has shown so much hate and vengeance that it’s hard to see the good in people. Christians believe in lending a helping hand whenever you are fortunate enough to do so. Chick-fil-a is a known Christian establishment that shows it’s faith in so many amazing ways.

One Chick-fil-a owner is receiving major attention after showing a homeless man true kindness. He didn’t do this for publicity of fame, he did this purely out of the good of his heart. One human being seeing another in need and doing whatever he could to help out.

A customer inside the Chick-fil-a during this time managed to get a photo and decided to share this amazing story on FaceBook.

“I’m a Chick-fil-A fan and have been for years. I trust the food for my son and support companies that are founded on Christian beliefs.

What I saw today just confirms why this chain is so successful — God blesses His people.

My son and I were at the location on Highway 280 in Birmingham, AL when a man came in to escape the 35-degree temps and strong winds with all of his earthly possessions strapped to his back.

Most businesses would force him out, but I watched as the manager walked up to him and asked if he could do anything for him. Before the man could even answer, the manager asked if he had a pair of gloves and walked to the table at which he’d been sitting and picked up his own. As he handed the man his gloves, he asked another employee to get him something to eat.

It was wonderful to see your employees being the hands and feet of Jesus, and that my son was able to witness it all. Thank you for putting your money where your mouth is.

Edit: I just learned this man is the owner and that makes it even better IMO.”

Via IJR:

When asked Meadows why he was always lending a hand to his customers, Meadows didn’t seem to think he did anything special:

“I just did the right thing,” he said. “I’m simply awestruck by all this attention.”

People who know Meadows personally have spoken up on the store location’s Facebook page, sharing that this is typical behavior from the 25-year owner/operator:


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