“But a Samaritan, as he traveled, came where the man was…”
One the victim of robbers and unfortunate circumstance; the other going about his day-to-day business. They had no prior knowledge of each other and, as far as we know, no subsequent meeting. But in the decision of the Samaritan to throw a wrench in his routine and tend to the needs of a stranger, grace was born and Christ’s love became visible. And that is what I hope Samaritan’s Song will be: a place where those who require grace will find it, those who wish to share love can offer it, and where Christ might be known and understood.
I am a scholar and a writer and a Christian; this blog is the mingling of those three life-threads. For more on my background, see this post. You can expect to find Bible studies here and short devotional pieces. There’s a place to talk about music and a place to talk about books; there’s a place where you can pray, and ask to be prayed for. Oh, and if you’re on Twitter, say hi: I’m @samarisong
If you’re a believer, welcome.
If you’re a believer of another faith, welcome.
If you’re not a believer, welcome.
May you come in peace and leave in peace.