Luke 10:25-37; Mathew 25:31-46
Do you know of any good Samaritans? Or are you a good Samaritan? When did you help someone in need? Every act of kindness, they say, is an act of sacrifice. We call people "Good Samaritans" because they are those who find people in need and help them in unusual ways. They sacrifice something to help the person in need. It may be their time, their talent, or their treasure.
As we continue our Great Commission Series, we are going to look at one of the most famous stories of the Bible, called the parable of the Good Samaritan, and I know most of you are familiar with it. However, I want to share a few things that amaze me about it in a fresh way.
This is a story of compassion and generosity and I believe we have to relearn these virtues over and over again. By the way, a Princeton researcher has concluded a new research about why some people are generous and compassionate and why others are not.
Join us this week as we look again at the lessons this story has to offer us.