As for religion, there are certain groups of people who are completely pigeonholed in their beliefs and end up replacing faith with fanaticism, which leads them to idealize the supreme being and even ensure that he speaks to them.
In fact, on more than one occasion cases of religious fanatics have gone viral, but perhaps no one had dared as much as this woman, who when going to a market to buy groceries, arriving at the collection box, refused to pay, well according to her, God told her to go to the place and that she would not pay a penny.
The recording that has gone viral on TikTok and that has surprised millions of users was shared on the account @key_resc, a profile in charge of a girl who is used to sharing videos with viral content of the moment.
It turns out that among his recordings, the one that has caught the attention of Internet users is the one in which a foolish woman can be seen just before paying at the checkout of what appears to be a market, where she assures that she is not going to pay. nothing that he carries in a bag, because while he was praying, God told him to go shopping without money and that he would give it to him.
One lady was adamant in refusing to pay the bill because she was praying and “God said to her: Come, buy without money and without price.” Isaiah 55:1.
Trying to make sense and persuade the clinging lady that her position was incorrect, the video shows how the cashier tells her that she will not take any of the merchandise until she pays the bill, while those present agree with the man that the most logical thing is to pay the bill to be able to take the products.
After a few minutes of discussion in which the woman defended her position and belief that God had sent her to buy without paying a single peso, in the end, a young woman present at the scene decided to pay the lady’s bill to put an end to the controversial moment.
The position of the housewife who went to buy groceries without paying to feed her children did not take long to become popular on the short video platform, where at the moment it has 2.8 million views and more than 6 thousand comments from people who cannot believe the wrong things that people do in the name of faith.