Jack Graham on Let’s Love Our Neighbors Like the Good Samaritan

At a time when people around the world are hurting, I think it’s important we who claim the name of Christ remember what kind of love we are called to emulate: sacrificial, uncomfortable love — the kind of love we read about in Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37).

It’s a familiar story to many of us: a Jewish man is on the road to Jericho when he is robbed, beaten and left for dead. A priest and a Levite see the man lying in the road and cross to the other side, continuing on their way. And then a Samaritan, who has every social, political, cultural and religious reason for ignoring the dying man, stops to render aid and comfort.

The primary question the parable seeks to answer is this: Who is my neighbor?

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jack Graham