The Right Choice.

Luke 10:30-37 (

When reading this, who would you say you are in the story? The Jewish man attacked by the bandits, the bandits, the priest, the Levite, the Good Samaritan or the innkeeper?

It makes me look better to say “I’m the Good Samaritan” but how many of us would actually make the sacrifices that he made? He physically cared for Jew, risked his life by walking through dangerous territory, he gave his money to help a stranger, he inconvenienced himself for the injured man.

As Christians, how do we love others. Do we care more about making a choice everyone else would make or do we choose what’s right?



It’s the day before Jesus will be born on earth. God has a choice.

‘Cling to his rights as God’ OR ‘make himself nothing, appearing in human form’ (Philippians 2:6,7 –

We know the outcome, but have you considered what that decision teaches us about God?
God ishumble, sacrificial, obedient, loving, generous, selfless (insert your word).

It is the day before Christmas. You have a choice.

“Your attitude should be the same that Christ Jesus had” (Philippians 2:5 – OR you can make today all about you.

Have you considered what your choice is teaching the world around you?