When seeing someone in danger whom I don’t know

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In the middle of a big intersection,

I witnessed a car accident between a car and a bike which an elderly man was riding. As he was hit by the car, his body went up into the air and fell to the ground.

As soon as I saw it while sitting in my car on the other side of the road, I turned on my emergency light and ran to him. The car driver was so shocked and didn’t know what to do. So I told him to put a warning triangle behind his car and I checked on the elderly man. His whole body was shaking, and his injury seemed serious.

I knew that I had to be calm in that emergency. After I tried to calm down the elderly man, I called an ambulance and the police. I also called his family and let them know about the accident. After the ambulance arrived and the paramedics gave him emergency treatment, I finally felt relieved.

“Do you know him?” asked a paramedic.

“Him? No, I just saw the accident, so … ”

Then the elderly man was taken to a big hospital.

I still remember the scene of the accident so vividly. When I saw the car accident, I instinctively ran to the elderly man. It was because I thought that I should help someone in danger although I didn’t know him.

We must not leave people who are spiritually dying alone. We must diligently deliver God’s Passover of the New Covenant, promise of eternal life to those many souls who cannot boast about tomorrow.

HJ Lee from korea
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  • July 6, 2016 at 11:22 am

    Yeah! you are right! We must not leave God. God truly came to the earth for saving us who were almost dead spiritually. Now I will try saving other people by preaching the New Covenant. Thank you~


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