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Episode Four – The Story

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Prodigal God - The Story

After several days journey on foot, little brother happens upon and becomes the hit of a caravan to Egypt, buying goods, whooping it up, and squandering his sizeable newfound freedom. True to the tales, it’s all good! The traders are more than happy to satisfy his every whim, and as he had hoped, there is a beautiful young trader woman who turns his head and invites his stares. All is too sweet to be believed until raiders descend and decimate the caravan. The Younger Son learns that his spending spree is the cause of the stir, and is invited to the lair of a miserly crimelord whom the Young Trader Woman bitterly refers to as her uncle. More enticing for our young hero than riches and infamy is the bad guy’s dare. Little brother seizes the opportunity to rescue the woman of his dreams from the Uncle’s clutches, even though it means risking his life to do so. Young lovers are naïve and the villain is no dummy.

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