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In the story of the “The Good Samaritan,” these men weren’t physical neighbor. The Jews & the Samaritans hated each other. Generations earlier, when the Jews were in Babylonian captivity, the Samaritans had taken over the land … and mixed their religion with the Jewish religion.


This would be like a Cuban refugee finding Castro beside the road.

Like an Indian finding a cowboy beside the road.

Like Rush Limbaugh finding Bill Clinton beside the road.

Like a Florida Gator finding an FSU Seminole beside the road.


But according to this passage, these men were neighbors.


What does it take to be a neighbor?


SOURCE: Ray Scott in "The Good Samaritan" on www.sermoncentral.com.

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