Tags » The Good Samaritan

Parable People: Jonas' Story 2

Jonas’ Story 1

I was quiet, but as he turned through a gate in a street half a mile away from the pub he glanced around.  903 more words

Christian Living

The Un-Good Samaritan

Almost a decade ago I was headed to an early morning class with a friend. We had an exam. It felt like a weighty exam. Looking back, I think I overimbued the test’s significance, but at the time my future felt in the hands of the test.  1,288 more words

The Good Samaritan

Luke: 10:25-37 - A Brief Interpretation

The object lesson of these scriptural interpretations is to present a more adequate and clear interpretation of a passage by both adhering to fundamental hermeneutical skills that are rooted in the assumption of authorial intent and constrained by the domain of the passage being considered. 1,525 more words

Christ

When Jesus is found in all the "wrong" places

There is a worship song that used to be pretty popular called, “One Way Jesus” which went “One Way. Je-sus”, funnily enough.

It’s got a pretty catchy hook and I remember hearing it for the first time many years ago and quite liking the tune. 1,367 more words

Spirituality

Don't Pass On The Other Side


A Petals of Wisdom Devotion

By Elizabeth Livingston


Jesus tells a beautiful parable in Luke 10:25-37. It’s a story of a man traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho, and while on the way he is robbed of everything he had, including his clothing. 551 more words

NEW CHRISTIAN GUIDE: Part 10 of 10

GUIDE FOR NEW CHRISTIANS  Part 10 of 10                                                       The Last and Final Part of 10                                                                                                      Pastor John F. Hunter                                        2004  2008  2017

Instead of money, God may need you to help build a new church, or teach Bible stories to children. 497 more words

Blog

Jesus and Joel

Ever since Pastor Joel Osteen of the Lakewood mega-church in Houston gave lame excuses for not opening the doors to flood victims ( the church was flooded and later the city never asked him) the Twitter universe has been up in an uproar. 412 more words