You Chose to Let Him Face Death?

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You Left Him to Die?

I was in church last Sunday, and the Pastor taught us about compassion. He used the parable from the Bible about the “Good Samaritan,” and a man that was facing death. Here is how that story goes:

On the road to Jericho from Jerusalem, many robberies, and beatings took place. A man was head to Jericho when some robbers attacked him stripped him of his clothes, and left him almost dead.

A priest came upon the man, saw him, and crossed to the other side of the road to avoid him. Another came along, saw the man, and crossed to the other said to avoid him ass well.

Then a Samaritan came along, saw the man, and stopped to help him. He bandaged his wounds took him to an Inn and cared for him. He even told the Innkeeper to send him any bills the injured man incurred while he was there.

That brings us to the question of the day. Would you stop to helps someone you saw lying in the street, or would you cross the street to avoid them, even though it looked like they were facing death?

Here at Victory for Veterans, our main mission is reach out to the depressed, hopeless, and wounded, to give them hope and reassurance. We would certainly stop to help someone in peril that may be facing death.

We can all learn from the parable above. Don’t close your eyes to the less fortunate. Don’t let them face death. Don’t turn your back on them. You never know, you may be in that same position some day.

If you in that way, please let us know. We do whatever we can to get you the proper help.

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You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all…never, ever, give up!

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