Good to be with you on Help4Today. Yesterday we saw that a lawyer was hired to pose a question to Jesus. “What’s the great commandment?” He said, “Love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, thy soul, thy mind.” Today is the second commandment. Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.
In the Bible, a neighbor could be one who is immediately next-door. A neighbor could be someone in your country. In the Bible, it could also be another country. In other words, let’s love all people today.
Be a happy camper! I love passing tracts. I was out the other day and just from one business to the next and just passing tracts. And you know what? Maybe it’s different here than it is in your area, but everybody’s kind. I pass the tract, they’ll say, “Well, thank you.” I ask, “Where do you go to church?” This fellow told me this place. Another fellow said, “Well, I’m a Christian.” Well, I wish you were in our place, but they’re not, but they’re my neighbor.
I want to be the best neighbor in my neighborhood. I wave at all the folks. The police office were here for a police appreciation day several years ago. And I said, every time I see a policeman, I wave at them. And he blurted out, “You’re the guy that does that!” Love your neighbor today. Love is an expression. Do something very kind for the folks around you today.
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Pastor Trieber has served as the pastor of the North Valley Baptist Church since March of 1976. He is also the President of Golden State Baptist College.