There’s a little angel in Prattville, Ala. When 5-year-old Josiah Duncan noticed a homeless man sitting by himself at a Waffle House a few weeks ago, he insisted his mom, Ava Faulk, buy the man a meal.
“He didn’t have no food,” Duncan explained this week to WSFA, a local NBC affiliate in Alabama.
Faulk told WSFA that when the man, whom she described as “dirty holding a bag with his bike outside,” came into the diner, no one really helped him. So her son took action after she explained to her little boy that the man was homeless. “Josiah jumped up and asked him if he needed a menu because you can’t order without one.”
The man initially ordered a hamburger, but Faulk said that he asked if he could have bacon as well. Her reply? “You can have as much bacon on your hamburger as you want!”
But the man received more than just tasty bacon with his burger.
“I wanted to say a blessing with him,” Duncan told WSFA. And so the little boy sang a blessing while the other customers watched.
“The man cried,” Faulk recalled. “I cried. Everybody cried.”
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