Of a step of love
And the second is similar: You will love your neighbor as yourself. Matthew 22:37 Reina-Valera 1960 (RVR1960)
As children of God we are called to love our neighbor, but not a love with words, but with deeds, that is, with works, which have to do with action.
Many times hungry people come to the doors of our homes asking for something to eat, and we simply look at their faces as dirty and bad looking, and this leads us to deny help to those people in need.
Taking a step of love, it has to be like blind, that is, giving without seeing who we are giving. This reminds me of the parable of the Good Samaritan, you can remember, that the man who was thrown to the ground, beat him and stole his possessions, says the parable that a priest was coming in the direction of the wounded man on the ground and the attitude of the priest was to ignore the man who needed help.
The priest is a symbol of the Christian today. You have to be careful, because both the priest and the Christian are supposed to know about God and the commandments. You don't have to be a Christian from the outside but from the heart.
When a Levite who also knows about God passed by, he ignored him and passed by.
Perhaps, some Christians today have this attitude towards the needs of many people in life, what would be good, is that you are not one of them.
The Bible says that when the Samaritan passed by, he was moved in mercy and took a step of love to help the man who was wounded on the ground.
My message focuses on this aspect, to take a step of love when people really need it and there is a Christian willing to take that step of love.