More often than not, your care, compassion, and kindness to others will come back around to benefit yourself one day. They say love comes back around too, so it never pays to be thoughtful and help others when they are in need. Goodwill costs nothing.
Doing good deeds isn’t just about getting good karma though. Offering a helping hand to someone who needs it makes the world go round that little bit faster and happier. So whenever we can, it’s always important to reach out to others and treat our loved ones how we ourselves wish to be treated. You never know what is around the corner to repay us for our moral virtues.
One man who knows all too well about good deeds being repaid is an Oklahoma man called Joshua Matthews. After offering to help out a couple when a disastrous electric fault forced them out of their home, Joshua soon realized that paying it forward really does pay off. Here’s what happened.
A happy couple
January 2019 was a very cold winter indeed, especially for couple Stacy and Josh Lemonds. After meeting and falling in love, Stacy and Josh now lived with each other in a house built in 1945.
They loved their home in Oklahoma very much, but it wasn’t exactly the most up to date house. It was in dire need of renovating, but unfortunately, Stacy and Josh didn’t have enough savings. Their love together and the devotion to their faith was what got them through these tough times.