“Random” Stranger Gives Stranded Woman a Ride—3 Years Later, She Finds Out Who He Really Is


God works in mysterious ways!

Just a few years ago, a woman named TunDe’s car ran out of gas.  Stranded on the road, she made her way to the closest gas station with $5 in her pocket.

Sensing something was wrong, a young man offered her a ride and gave her all the cash in his wallet.  TunDe never forgot the gesture and talked about it to her friends often.

Three years later, TunDe was serving as the caretaker to an elderly woman named Judy Wright.  She was telling the story to the Wright family when the son stopped her in shock.

Chris, Judy Wright’s son, told TunDe that he was the man on the side of the road that day.  The Wright family often said that TunDe was a gift from God.  Now, they were positive TunDe coming back into their lives was not coincidence.

After Judy Wright passed away, the deceased’s family decided to give TunDe a gift she would never forget.

TunDe had long had a dream of becoming a nurse, but she had no funds to do so.  Therefore, in lieu of flowers for the funeral, the family asked for all donations to be made to TunDe’s schooling.

To know her is to love her, and we are all in awe of how God worked so miraculously, for our paths to cross again when we needed her the most.

When TunDe was left speechless after she received the generous gift.  Watch the video below, and share!


1 Comment

  1. Thomas Brechlin

    July 30, 2017 at 12:50 pm

    This is what we know to be true, that there is no “real” racial issues but only the ones that “Race Baiters” want to put out there so that they can be in the lime light, make money and get a name for themselves.

    “”There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs. There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well.” Booker T Washington

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