The Good Turkish Judge. From the Life of the Elder Ieronymos of Aegina (+1966)

Shortly before World War I, a Turk visited Fr. Iieronymos’ humble hermitage. The Turk told the elder that his master, a judge, had sent him to invite the elder to his house.

The elder became a little worried. He was not accustomed to receiving invitations to “social receptions” and his mind began to suspect that he might experience some evil or temptation. However, he prayed to God and followed the Turkish servant.

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