The poor are all around us, aren’t they? It can be a coworker that is shunned by the “popular ones”. Quite possibly, it is the person who struggles to read a sign or is confused in finding their way. Can it be our neighbor, a shut-in or someone around us who is unemployed? Our wealth is not always our money. Wealth may also be our time, our interest in another, our compassion and concern. It is whatever good that God has done for us that another is lacking.
We sinned each day we passed you by
And did not bind your wound,
To this one’s pain and that one’s cry
So doing to the very least,
We did, O Lord, to you;
For, like the Levite and the priest,
We had so much to do.
We left you lying there for dead,
Abandoned and unhealed;
In your unheeded cry for bread,
Selfishness is revealed!
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