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The Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities

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Who does God call us to love? What does it mean to be a “neighbor”? The parable of the Good Samaritan shows that we are to love and care for others. As a natural outpouring of our gratitude to Christ, we pass along His love to the people He created. It’s easy to be kind to those who are nice back to us, but “loving our neighbor” means all people, even those who are tougher to get along with!

Lesson focus: In this lesson, students will experience the Parable of the Good Samaritan and contemplate what it means to us. In the story, Jesus is the Samaritan, giving His life for us and caring for all our needs. Out of gratitude for His sacrifice, we can care for one another. The “neighbor” God wants us to love is not just the person next door, but everyone who is made in the Lord’s image…that’s all people!

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  • Target Age: elementary school, adaptable for K-6th grades
  • Translation: choose ESV or KJV
  • Stand-alone lesson plan
  • 17-pages of teaching material
  • Instant digital download
  • Flexible teaching plan for mixed age groups

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