It is Sara's first day at Washington Irving High School and Sara is very nervous.
As she enters the classroom, the class is starring at Sara. Ms. Bell, the teacher, she is writing on the blackboard.
Mary stands up, and she welcomes Sara to the school.
Ms. Bell turns around, and she tells Mary to show Sara around the school.
The bell rings, and Mary tells Sara to follow her to the elevator. All the children are changing classes. The halls are very crowded. All of a sudden, Sara is not with Mary.
Where is Mary? Mary is supposed to be showing Sara around the school. Sara calls out Mary's name, but Mary doesn't answer Sara's calling. Sara starts to worry, and she is trying to find the way to her next classroom. Again, where is Mary? Sara finds the way to her classroom. She is not going to ask anybody about Mary's whereabouts.
Sara decided that she would learn her own way around the school.
She wrote all of her teaches names and classroom numbers down.
Sara is not worrying about Mary anymore. She knows now that Mary didn't want to show her around the school. If she wanted to, Mary would have been looking for her, or either Mary would have gone down to the principal office, and she would have told the principal that Sara is lost.
Ms. Bell was told that Mary did not show good hospitality towards Sara's first day at school. Before the last period bell rang, Mary came into the classroom, and she asked Sara "where have you been." Sara answered. "You are not a good hostess. Your hospitality today was shameless. Sara walked away.
Mary got into big trouble. She was never picked to show anyone good hospitality.
In 1st Peter 4:9 "Use hospitality one to another without grudging."
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