Good Samaritan verbs

The “Three Weeks” between the 17th of Tammuz and the Tisha B’Av have historically been days of misfortune and calamity for the Jewish people. These days are referred to as the period “within the straits” (Lamentations 1:3).

The Good Samaritan came near, saw, was moved with pity, went, bandaged wounds, poured oil and wine, put him on animal, brought him to inn, took care, took out money, gave it to innkeeper, said, “Take care . . .”

O Father,
Israel and Mississippi are filled with forsaken, wounded people. We invite the Holy Spirit to descend upon them. In the name of Jesus, we release the Good Samaritan verbs into their lives. Amen.

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