The Two Courtesans
Imagine the surprise of Justus’ wife when, at this late hour, Jesus appeared with Ganid and these two strangers, saying: “You will forgive us for coming at this hour, but Ganid and I desire a bite to eat, and we would share it with these our new-found friends, who are also in need of nourishment; we come to you with the thought that you will be interested in counseling with us as to the best way to help these women get a new start in life.”
When Martha, Justus’ wife, had spread the food on the table, Jesus, taking unexpected leave of them, said: “As it is getting late, we pray to be excused while we leave you here together—three women—the beloved children of the Most High.”
Thus did Jesus and Ganid take leave of the women. Presently she rose to the occasion and did everything for these strangers that Jesus had hoped for.
Read the rest of the story: The Urantia Book, 133:3.6