In the small town of Kadeesh, Simon plans a feast to impress the important men in town, and a traveling sage named Jethro. Aided by his wife, Rebecca all the stops are pulled in storing up favors for himself. Jethro arrives, and is humbled by the extravagances.
Will Simon get it when Jethro calls attention to Gods blessing? Will Jethro realize he’s being taking advantage of by his visit? Pretenses, stories, and food flow freely, but Jethro seems vacant and unimpressed. When Checking on Jethro, Simon learns the sage saw through all the false honor. He’s not offended,, but request Simon to heed the Masters words.
With a new mission, Simon invites people to the feast who can’t reciprocate. The blind, lame, and poor are invited. The hungry men enjoy the food like no others could. Talents of the poor are pleasantly discovered, and new friendships are made.