She gives her car to a tornado survivor because God put her in her heart

“I decided to sell it, I got its value and everything and then the storm came. I woke up at 3 in the morning one day with this idea, 'you have to take this car to Mayfield'. "

Sharon Sutherland is a teacher in Kentucky. She had planned to sell her car, a Dodge Stratus, but following the series of tornadoes that hit five US states, his plans changed.

“I decided to sell it, I got its value and everything and then the storm came. I woke up at 3 in the morning one day with this idea, 'you have to take this car to Mayfield'. "

“You're going to think I'm crazy,” she then says to her husband, who replies: “I'm pretty sure you're crazy, but I think it's a great idea”.

According to remarks repeated by WPSD6, it is God who would have put this idea to heart.

The rest of the story is told on Facebook, by Sheriff Jon Hayden.

“I was contacted by Anderson County Sheriff Joe Milam a day or two after the tornado hit. Sheriff Milam told me that a resident of his county had contacted him to give his car to someone who had lost his in the storm. […] We introduced her to Rebecca Marsala, who had lost her car at the candle factory where she works. Rebecca was trapped for 5 hours before being rescued. She spent several days in the hospital recovering from her injuries. "

The candle factory where Rebecca works has been totally swept away by the tornado.

Public chat Facebook, an Internet user recognizes in Sharon's gesture “true Christian charity”. It is assured that Sharon will be "blessed back in the future", before adding, "God has the best memory in the whole Universe".

MC

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