Brady Cook - December 11, 2022

Who is My Neighbor?

Besides Mr. Rogers, the lawyer from Luke 10 is probably the most famous individual to ask "Who is my neighbor?" Jesus saw through the question, and flipped it on its head, asking instead, "Which person proved to be a neighbor?" Isn't this the only question that really matters? Our neighborly attitude shouldn't be limited by culture or race, but by bandwidth. In other words, am I showing kindness and love and charity to as many people as possible, or only those I feel are worthy of it?

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