211 Good Samaritan 3-11

211 Good Samaritan 3-11 - March 9 2011 Dear New Testament...

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March 9, 2011 Dear New Testament students, Here is the e-mail that I promised you, explaining our third writing assignment. For this assignment I want you during the next two weeks to internalize the Savior’s injunction, “Go and do thou likewise” (Luke 10: 37). With a prayer in your heart please be sensitive to those around you in need. Your service can be large or small, formal or informal. The key element is that you seek greater sensitivity to those around you in need. Please write your experience(s) down in a 1 1/2 -2 page paper ( 450-600 words)and turn it in on at the time of our class on Monday, the 28 th of March. This should be sent to me via email < [email protected] >. You must send it as text rather than as an attachment and you must put your last name first in the subject box or I will have to return it to you ungraded. (It will then be graded as a late submission.) Some of you might struggle with the feeling that this assignment of service is contrived or forced. Please remember that I am not requiring a specific act. Instead I am asking for a period of heightened sensitivity to the needs of our fellow travelers. Perhaps it might be appropriate during these two weeks to try and pray each morning for eyes to see those in need
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course REL C 211 taught by Professor Keithwilson during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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211 Good Samaritan 3-11 - March 9 2011 Dear New Testament...

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