Dana Parris, the owner of Just Cookin in Dallas, North Carolina, put her faith in God when she set aside menu prices for one week and let patrons pay what they wanted.

“People paying when they come to the register, we say, ‘What was it worth?’ Some people think we’re a little strange,” Parris told the Gazette. “There’s been a few people who got to eat that didn’t have the money and a lot of people have overpaid.”

Pennies from heaven? Hardly, Parris said. One patron was short on a drink and hot dog, but paid $20 for the next meal, she said.

“I think it’s great to see someone test their faith, putting everything on the line, showing a little bit of trust,” local Jerry Scruggs told the Gazette.

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