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Pastor Finds Wallet With $600—Instead of Putting It in Lost & Found, His Wife Gets a “Weird” Idea

Picture this: You’re headed to the Farmer’s Market on a Sunday afternoon, and you come across a wallet with no identification, and $600 cash. What do you do?

The easy thing to say is, “Obviously, you turn it in.” But in today’s society, it’s incredible how often that “obvious” response isn’t always the first thought.

It’s not surprising of course. The Bible says that the devil comes to steal, kill and destroy. This world is conditioned to do just that—steal what doesn’t belong to them.

Luckily there are wonderful people like Jarrid Wilson and his wife, Julianne, who value honesty and integrity.

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The pastor and his bride were at the Franklin Farmer’s Market in Franklin, Tennessee, one Sunday afternoon when they discovered a wallet that someone had dropped. Inside was $600 and no form of identification. As if that wasn’t enough anonymity, all of the credit cards inside were not in English, but Japanese.

“The initial thoughts that crossed our minds were: ‘This is terrible. Someone, possibly a tourist (due to the “travelers” credit card), is walking around Nashville without any money. We’ve got to try and find them,’” Jarrid told Faithwire. “Both my wife and I realized very quickly that this $600 could be the make or break for someone’s rent, car payment, food or many other things we need in life. It’s not a small sum of money no matter who you are.”

And so the adventure began. They knew that their best bet would be to profile anyone nearby who appeared to be of Japanese descent. Jarrid detailed the series of events on Facebook:

“Juli said, ‘This might sound weird, but let’s ask the first person we see that looks Japanese if they can read the information on the wallet for us before giving it over to the lost and found.’ I agreed and we continued our walk to the Farmers Market.”

The dynamic duo walked through the shops nearby, and covered some ground before spotting their first group of possible confidants. Jarrid and Juli explained the situation and then asked if any of them were missing their wallet.

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