"The Innkeeper" by John Piper. A Review
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
An imaginative, poetic piece of a meeting between Jesus and the Innkeeper 30 years later. The short tale is told from the fictitious "what if" position. In this rendition, the Innkeeper lost not only his wife but his own young sons, his arm and his livelihood in the Herodian slaughter of the innocents. Now, 30 years later Jesus returns to Bethlehem to look for the Innkeeper. The story is touching, and dedicated to "Rollin and all who ever lost a child."
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