A young couple are desperate to get to Tiberius, but don’t have money to travel with the caravan. Pooling resources with another poor traveler, a donkey is hired for the pregnant woman to ride, and the men taking shifts at carrying burdens.
The whole matter has been like a chip on the shoulder of Uriah, and his suspicions grow in resentment at the thought of not being able to provide for his wife. Further set backs arise when the food bundle has been stolen. Can they all survive the three day trip on the rations of the stranger? Instead of gratitude, all Urriah has is bitterness, and distrust. Is the old stranger cheating him out of his fair share?
With only one day left in the journey, greed, and paranoia fuels Urriah’s curiosity and doubt. Why can’t he wait as patiently as his wife? Seeing his moment, Urriah swipes the bundle of food. Expecting to stuff himself on tasty morsels, he’s surprised to find what it really contains. How will Urriah ever get over the shame that his incessant suspicious ways have brought him so low? a trip to hear the Master has just the right word.