Day 2 of 21
“Am I my brother’s keeper?” Cain asks. God’s answer throughout the rest of Scripture is an unequivocal yes. God intended for us to be social beings — to love, care for and protect each other. The mark of any society is how well it cares for those who cannot care for themselves. A selfish society cares well for those it values but does not care well for those it does not. A society that reflects God’s kingdom does well for the least of its members. God’s people are called to do good to all people, regardless of race, gender or social position. In many ways, we are our “brother’s keeper.”
This is a 21 day extract of the NIV Once-A-Day Bible which organizes the New International Version Bible, the world’s most popular modern-English Bible, into 365 daily readings. This Bible includes a daily Scripture reading from both the Old and New Testaments, plus a Psalm or a Proverb, followed by a short devotional thought written by the staff at the trusted ministry Walk Thru the Bible.
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