Whom Do I Help?

Scripture Passage: Luke 10: 30-37

The road from Jerusalem to Jericho was a very bad one for robbers attacking people. It was narrow and rocky and very dangerous, so people did not travel alone if they were carrying goods. The Priest and Levite were afraid to stop and help the man because they knew that they might also be attacked by the robbers. But Jesus tells us we must help a person even when he has brought his troubles on himself. We must help someone from a different religion and our help must be practical. Indeed, we must show compassion at all times, just as Jesus did.

1. What did the Levite and Priest do when they saw the wounded man?
They passed by.
2. What did the Samaritan do?
He treated the man's wounds and took him to an inn.
3. In what practical ways can we help those in need?
Food, clothes, money, hospitality, etc.

Memory verse: Galatians 6:2
Share each other's troubles and problems, and in this way obey the law of Christ. (NLT)

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