Luke 10: 33-34

"But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed came where he was and when he saw him, he had compassion on him.
34) And went to him, bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and set him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn, and took care of him.

The Good Samaritan not only had compassion on the wounded and unknown person, but he proceeded ahead and walked up to him. He had a compassion so much that he took the initial step, which led to other great services of love.

The first step is always important in expression of love/compassion. First step may lead to go extra mile. The first step of the certain Samaritan enabled him to see the need of the wounded and abandoned victim. In this case, the first step revealed how much assistance the victim would need. The first step taken by this Good Samaritan drawn him closer to the situation that the Priest and the Levite had kept their distance.

Brethren, let us learn how to take the positive first step to show our love to less advantaged or victims we may come across. The first step can safe dangerous situations and safe lives. Do not keep distance from those that need your unqualified love. Follow up to the first step, and it may lead to optimal love. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for another great day in your presence, in Jesus Name.

2) Lord, let my love “tank” be full now and going forward in Jesus Name.

3) Father, let your special love answer to me in all circumstances, in Jesus Name.

4) Almighty God, give the grace to love the unlovable, in Jesus Name.

5) Father, let me and my family engage in the blessing we continually receive from you in Jesus Name.

6) Father, my eyes are unto you for blessing with loving heart in Jesus Name. Amen.

7) Lord, let me posses my possession and show compassion to others in need, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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