"Broke" woman receives mystery cash after praying to God for help

"Broke" woman receives mystery cash after praying to God for help

- A local woman recently shared how she received money from an unknown source after she prayed about it

- In her tweet, @Maine21089868 posted a screenshot of the R600 that was sent to her account after she asked God for help

- Her post was met with various comments from tweeps who were wishing for similar luck

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@Maine21089868 recently shared some pretty good news on Twitter. According to the young woman, she had received R600 from a stranger after she had prayed to God for some help with money since she was broke.

"So yesterday I prayed to God asking for money because I'm so broke, after an hour someone sent R600 in my account written 'TASK', up to now I don't know who sent it. I did not ask anyone for money. Miracles still exist. Thank you Jesu. #Level1Lockdown #HambaMzimbaSalaNtliziyo" she wrote.
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In her post she also included a screenshot of the funds that were miraculously deposited into her account only an hour after she asked God for it. Twitter users shared mixed reactions to her post, wondering how they could achieve similar luck, or "blessings" so to speak.

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Here are some of their comments.

@ZAMONEYM9 said:

"I am praying for a share in your R600."

@2liKhumalo said:

"What are the exact words you used in your prayer?"

@BrianVukile joked:

"These miracles only happen to females."
"Broke" woman receives mystery cash after praying to God for help

The young lady who received R600 out of the blue. Source: Twitter/@Maine21089868
Source: Twitter

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Briefly.co.za also reported about a billionaire businessman Charles "Chuck" Feeney has finally gone broke after giving all his wealth to charity in the quest to die broke. The co-founder of Duty Free Shoppers said it is a lot more fun to give while you live than give while you're dead.

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According to a report by Forbes, over the last four decades, Feeney has donated more than $8 billion - which is about R130.7 billion - to charities, universities and foundations worldwide through his foundation, the Atlantic Philanthropies.

He told Forbes:

“We learned a lot. We would do some things differently, but I am very satisfied. I feel very good about completing this on my watch."

Feeney expressed his gratitude to everyone that joined him on the journey to give out everything he had, urging others to try it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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