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Matthew Chapter 22

36 Master, which is the great commandment in the law?

37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

38 This is the first and great commandment.

39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.



... Good luck out there.

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Keep it simple. Love others.

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And who is my neighbor? Those who love me.
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And who is my neighbor? Those who love me.
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Think about the good Samaratin.

The parable is found Luke chapter 10
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Some people are so retarded they think that means literal neighbor.
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And who is my neighbor? Those who love me.
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Think about the good Samaratin.

The parable is found Luke chapter 10
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If the most important rule of the Bible was only followed by one person in the whole kingdom, why be a sucker to get the approval of yet another? The Good Samaritan doesn't make the other Samaritans good--and those are his neighbors. He is just a useful Samaritan.
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‘And who is my neighbour?’ 30Jesus replied, ‘A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell into the hands of robbers, who stripped him, beat him, and went away, leaving him half dead. 31Now by chance a priest was going down that road; and when he saw him, he passed by on the other side. 32So likewise a Levite, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side. 33But a Samaritan while travelling came near him; and when he saw him, he was moved with pity. 34He went to him and bandaged his wounds, having poured oil and wine on them. Then he put him on his own animal, brought him to an inn, and took care of him. 35The next day he took out two denarii,* gave them to the innkeeper, and said, “Take care of him; and when I come back, I will repay you whatever more you spend.” 36Which of these three, do you think, was a neighbour to the man who fell into the hands of the robbers?



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Proverbs 6:16-19
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And who is my neighbor? Those who love me.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


Think about the good Samaratin.

The parable is found Luke chapter 10
 Quoting: Raylie Ann


If the most important rule of the Bible was only followed by one person in the whole kingdom, why be a sucker to get the approval of yet another? The Good Samaritan doesn't make the other Samaritans good--and those are his neighbors. He is just a useful Samaritan.
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He was good to someone that culturally was not his associate.
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And who is my neighbor? Those who love me.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


Think about the good Samaratin.

The parable is found Luke chapter 10
 Quoting: Raylie Ann


If the most important rule of the Bible was only followed by one person in the whole kingdom, why be a sucker to get the approval of yet another? The Good Samaritan doesn't make the other Samaritans good--and those are his neighbors. He is just a useful Samaritan.
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He was good to someone that culturally was not his associate.
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It wasn't paid forward, so next.
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Think about the good Samaratin.

The parable is found Luke chapter 10
 Quoting: Raylie Ann


If the most important rule of the Bible was only followed by one person in the whole kingdom, why be a sucker to get the approval of yet another? The Good Samaritan doesn't make the other Samaritans good--and those are his neighbors. He is just a useful Samaritan.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


He was good to someone that culturally was not his associate.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64698495


It wasn't paid forward, so next.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


Who cares if it was paid forward? The type of self development we want has no interest in repayment in any form.

Love is just freely given without any strings attached.


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If the most important rule of the Bible was only followed by one person in the whole kingdom, why be a sucker to get the approval of yet another? The Good Samaritan doesn't make the other Samaritans good--and those are his neighbors. He is just a useful Samaritan.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


He was good to someone that culturally was not his associate.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64698495


It wasn't paid forward, so next.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


Who cares if it was paid forward? The type of self development we want has no interest in repayment in any form.

Love is just freely given without any strings attached.


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To *neighbors*

Samaritans and Israelites aren't neighbors. If someone drops their wallet in front of me, I am obligated *not* to give it back if they aren't my neighbor. Because that would constitute giving them a 'gift.'

If we are going to play around with what 'neighbor' and 'stranger' and 'sojourner' mean in context, then you are already dealing with me in a non-loving manner, wouldn't you say?

As for 'freely-given,' I'm only pure enough racially for 'tough love,' and without any of the other kinds, that's functionally indistinguishable from *hate*

Nice try, though.

Also, I didn't say 'paid back,' I said 'paid forward.' Meaning being kind to a cruel people equals being cruel to a kinder people than they are. The guy who fell down didn't help any strangers up himself after the fact, or Jesus would have mentioned it. Like I said, a sucker's game.

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He was good to someone that culturally was not his associate.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64698495


It wasn't paid forward, so next.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


Who cares if it was paid forward? The type of self development we want has no interest in repayment in any form.

Love is just freely given without any strings attached.


.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64698495


To *neighbors*

Samaritans and Israelites aren't neighbors. If someone drops their wallet in front of me, I am obligated *not* to give it back if they aren't my neighbor. Because that would constitute giving them a 'gift.'

If we are going to play around with what 'neighbor' and 'stranger' and 'sojourner' mean in context, then you are already dealing with me in a non-loving manner, wouldn't you say?

As for 'freely-given,' I'm only pure enough racially for 'tough love,' and without any of the other kinds, that's functionally indistinguishable from *hate*

Nice try, though.

Also, I didn't say 'paid back,' I said 'paid forward.' Meaning being kind to a cruel people equals being cruel to a kinder people than they are. The guy who fell down didn't help any strangers up himself after the fact, or Jesus would have mentioned it. Like I said, a sucker's game.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist



Everyone is your neighbor, that is the point of the parable. Jesus choose two people who would typical avoid association.

The wallet example you choose illustrates that love can be freely given, meaning it cost you nothing to return the billfold. The good Samaratin went well beyond that, paying for the beaten man's expenses.

It is a personal development situation, no one needs to pay it forward. Love can be freely given without any expectation. The Samaratin did not stick around to see if a lesson had been learned by the man who received his service and kindness.


It's not foolish to love your neighbor.

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It wasn't paid forward, so next.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist


Who cares if it was paid forward? The type of self development we want has no interest in repayment in any form.

Love is just freely given without any strings attached.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64698495


To *neighbors*

Samaritans and Israelites aren't neighbors. If someone drops their wallet in front of me, I am obligated *not* to give it back if they aren't my neighbor. Because that would constitute giving them a 'gift.'

If we are going to play around with what 'neighbor' and 'stranger' and 'sojourner' mean in context, then you are already dealing with me in a non-loving manner, wouldn't you say?

As for 'freely-given,' I'm only pure enough racially for 'tough love,' and without any of the other kinds, that's functionally indistinguishable from *hate*

Nice try, though.

Also, I didn't say 'paid back,' I said 'paid forward.' Meaning being kind to a cruel people equals being cruel to a kinder people than they are. The guy who fell down didn't help any strangers up himself after the fact, or Jesus would have mentioned it. Like I said, a sucker's game.
 Quoting: IfYouInsist



Everyone is your neighbor, that is the point of the parable. Jesus choose two people who would typical avoid association.

The wallet example you choose illustrates that love can be freely given, meaning it cost you nothing to return the billfold. The good Samaratin went well beyond that, paying for the beaten man's expenses.

It is a personal development situation, no one needs to pay it forward. Love can be freely given without any expectation. The Samaratin did not stick around to see if a lesson had been learned by the man who received his service and kidness.


It's not foolish to love your neighbor.

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 Quoting: Raylie Ann


Deuteronomy 23 has the phrase "do them no good." Obviously, some are neighbors and some are not--and this distinction holds with entire nations.
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See you make a mockery of Gospel
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It's a racket. Clearly. Good news you are forgiven.





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