Helping the Wounded, Both Guilty and Innocent

by David J. Stewart | September 2016

“The same attention is given to the guilty, that's given to the innocent. I wish Christians were that way. A gun battle takes place—a criminal and a police officer—that criminal is shot in the gun battle, and so is the police officer. They both are critically wounded. The paramedics come. They give the same attention to that criminal, that they give to that police officer. Why? It's not their job to help the innocent wounded, it's their job to help the wounded. Sometimes they'll put a man in the hospital room, have an armed guard at his door, and have doctors on the inside trying to save his life. Do you know why, because the medical profession is not the judicial profession. You'll never hear a better statement than that! I wish Christians were like that... THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IS NOT THE JUDICIAL PROFESSION! The medical profession is given to the healing of bodies—all bodies—self-inflicted wounds, as well as others-inflicted wounds! I wish Christians were like that.” —Pastor Jack Hyles, a beautiful quote from the Christ-honoring sermon titled, “The Hurting Sinner Hurts Just As Much As The Hurting Saint.

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