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Through the narrow streets of Galilee, two men walk, but do they have time to help a poor child? The street urchin turns out to be a common thief… or does he? At home, Sarah worries about the safety of such a young child, alone on the streets. Is it enough to leave the matter up to the town officials?
An encounter with the Master brings a teaching of truth to the street urchin. What does it mean for the boy to let his light shine, and not be hidden under a bushel? Meanwhile, Sarah can’t stop worrying for the lonely boy she has never met. She is sure that if she can’t find the boy to help him, worse things will befall the lad. Are her worries unfounded?
Once found, the boy is found to be just as starving and terrified as Sarah expected. The decision now is whether to provide for him, or turn him over to the authorities for due process of the laws he has broken. It all depends on whether Samuel’s heart will become as softened as Sarah’s over the child. A nudge from advice from the Master might set Samuel in the right direction.