An open-door policy

Karban, Roger Vermalen
July 2013
National Catholic Reporter;7/5/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 19, p23
In this article, the author states that Abraham and Sarah who are followers of God Yahweh carried out God's will of sharing hospitality to strangers and cites an example of three strangers to whom they showed hospitality in order to please God.


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