Tom Nelson puts some thought into what it means, as a Christian, to be a good neighbor.
How can we be generous in tangibly caring for our neighbor if we have nothing to be generous with? If we have compassion without capacity, we have human frustration. If we have capacity without compassion, we have human alienation. If we have compassion and capacity, we have human transformation. We have neighborly love.
You can read Tom’s article by clicking here.