The Duke's Daughter has come of age and to celebrate, a grand ball has been arranged. All the eligible noblemen from far and near will be invited in order for the young woman to choose a suitable husband.
But as the final preparations take place a beggar appears at the door and asks the Duke's Daughter to marry him. To everyone's surprise she agrees. The beggar leaves after promising to come back in a year's time to claim her as his bride. Neither her father's tears nor her friends please will persuade the young woman to marry another.
Will the beggar return? Will the Duke's Daughter marry him? What will happen in a year's time - will there be a marriage or a broken heart?
This is a classic story of love - but not romantic love. It is really a story of the love of Christ, written by one of the most colourful of last century's preachers.