Loving my enemy!
Last time, we looked at the parable of the Prodigal Son (or the Loving Father), as one of the best-known of the stories that Jesus of Nazareth told.
Another of those parables that is well-known even by those who make no claim to be followers of Jesus, is the parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 1. Indeed, this parable has, at least in its name, become part and parcel of everyday language. How often have you heard someone say (or maybe even said yourself) that, in a particular situation, “[Name] was a good Samaritan.” What is usually meant is that the person helped out in what may even have been a rather insignificant way.
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