The Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37)

The Parable of the Good Samaritan is about going out and doing the same for one another as a joint community. The idea to the whole story is for us to appreciate what Jesus our lord wants us to accomplish for him as his Catholics. Jesus believes that in order for us to have eternal life we have to “Love the lord your god with all your heart, soul, strength and mind” and also to “love your neighbours as much as you love yourself”. This story of the Good Samaritan is an illustration for the words we speak as our actions and as we accept who all our true neighbours are in the parable to who didn’t show any shame to one another. Moral imperative is the understanding of proper responsibility. Jesus says for us all to “go and do the same”  and when he indicates that to us we need to understand that the actions that the Samaritan show upon, when a neighbour needs help we would always be there with a helping hand to help them in any situation that they may need.

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