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The Parable of the Good Samaritan – American Sign Language

Hello! Today, I will tell the Parable of the Good Samaritan. Ready? A lawyer came to Jesus Christ. The lawyer asked, “Master, what shall I do to have eternal life?” Jesus replied, “What does the Law of Moses say? What is written in the law?” “Love God with all thy heart, soul, strength, and mind. Love thy neighbor as thyself.” “Correct. Do this, and ye shall live.” “Master, who then is my neighbor?” “I will tell a story to explain.” “One day, a certain man was traveling down the road from two cities, Jerusalem, and Jericho. The man was walking along when he saw many thieves. They stopped the man, beat him, took his raiments, and left him lying there half dead. First, a priest was walking along the road. He saw the man who was beaten by thieves, and quickly moved to the other side of the road and hurried on. Then, another man, a Levite, saw the man. Like the priest, when he saw the man, he moved to the other side of the road and hurried on. Finally, a third man, a Samaritan, saw the man and wished to help him. He came to him, bandaged his wounds, set him upon his beast, brought him to an inn, and took care of him. The next day, the Samaritan took out two pence, and gave them to the host. He said to the host, “Take care of the man. If you need more money, I will pay you when I return.” That is the end of the story. Jesus spoke again to the lawyer, “Which of the 3 men was the man’s neighbor?” The lawyer responded, “The man who was kind to him.” Jesus replied, “Correct. Now go, and do likewise.” *end of parable*

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