Great Samaritan

Gerald Gronowski recently had a flat tire east of Cleveland, Ohio. Christopher Manacci stopped to give him a hand. As they were talking, Gronowski recalled another stranger who had helped him eight years ago. That man had helped him pull a fishing hook out of his hand. Then they figured out that Manacci was the man who had come to his aid previously!

It seems like Christopher Manacci has developed a habit of helping people who are in need.

This is the kind of attitude and behavior that Jesus expects from his followers. The parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37) is more than just a good story—it is a model for a lifestyle of sacrificial service.

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