In today’s DVD lession, Kurt talked about being tempted to do nothing. He reminded us of the story of the Good Samaritan, where the jewish church leaders were too selfish and proud to look beyond their personal judgements and beliefs to do the right thing and help a man in need. But the story also reminds us that it is important to help each other, no matter how we feel about another person. Because Jesus expects this of us. Jesus tells us in the book of James that when we do nothing, especially when we know we should do something, we are sinning. We can only walk with Jesus when we do those things He expects of us, no matter how small they may be.