How to Be Our "brother's keeper"

After Cain had through jealousy slain his brother, Abel, he answered God's question as to where Abel was by stating, "I know not: Am I my brother's keeper?" Gen. 4:9; Cain evidently repudiated any responsibility for his brother's well-being.

The same question, "Am I my brother's keeper?" confronts mankind today. Many are reluctant to face up to it. Many give it lip service but do nothing more. Just what is our responsibility to our brother? How far should we go in helping him and promoting the welfare of all mankind?

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