A Tennessee dad shared the powerful moment that he witnessed during a routine father-daughter lunch at Chick-fil-A.
After sitting down so his daughter could eat her ice cream, Joey Mustain said he noticed a homeless man walk in and ask if there was any leftover food they could spare.
The manager responded that he'd give the man a full, hot meal as long as he joined him in a quick prayer.
Mustain, who snapped a photo of the men praying, wrote on Facebook:
People near him kept their distance, but that didn't stop him from being kind. He spoke to people who reluctantly spoke back, and he smiled while he waited on a manager. All I could pick up on of the conversation was the manager saying that he'd love to give him a full, warm meal--not just scraps or extras--, and the only thing he required was that the man let him pray with him. After the homeless man agreed, there was no waiting for things to die down, there was no scooting anyone to the side. As busy as they were, the manager stopped then and there, laid his hand on the man, and proceeded to pray. I heard love in that prayer.
Mustain said his daughter, Stella, saw the whole thing and also bowed her head in prayer.
The post has already been shared more than 24,000 times on Facebook in just one day.