Think about It! The second
commandment says love your neighbor as yourself. Jesus provoked the lawyer to
think about who his neighbor was in Luke 10:26-36 This is the story of
the Good Samaritan. Jesus ends it with a question in verse 36. Which of these
three do you think was a neighbor to him who fell among the thieves? Think
about this- To the lawyer, the wounded man was a subject to discuss. To the
thieves, the wounded man was someone to use and exploit. To the religious man
he was a problem to avoid. To the innkeeper he was a customer to make money
from. To the Samaritan, he was a human being worth being cared for and loved.
To Jesus all of them and all of us were worth dying for. Think about who you
think is your neighbor then may we ask ourselves do we love them like we love
ourselves? Which one would we have been like in this story? Food for thought.
Second greatest commandment we can’t ignore this. Agape love has no