No Place to Lay Their Head

I’m reblogging a post I did shortly after beginning to blog… early 2012


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I found part of a writing from many years ago, and it inspired a blog. One day when my husband and I had occasion to be going home through a large city, we turned a corner and I saw an obviously homeless man, sitting there beside a building.He had a couple of blankets, which he shared with his dog, who it seemed was enjoying a bone. All of this I saw in a matter of seconds, as we whizzed past to continue our journey home.

But it only took a few seconds to realize how easy it is to ‘walk on the other side of the road’….as in the parable of the Good Samaritan. Luke 10 vs 25-37.  Tears filled my eyes as this thought came to my mind.

And now when I think of that picture in my mind I am overwhelmed with the reality of…

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