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Whether we live in a city, in a suburb, or in the country, we have an opportunity to bring much-needed love and caring—in the way God loves and cares—to all of the neighbors in our own particular community.

Christ Jesus made a regular practice of this. Once when he was walking with his disciples through a noisy crowd, he felt the touch—really the call for help—of a woman who needed healing. She had only touched the edge of his clothing, but he immediately stopped. When he turned and asked, "Who touched me?" his disciples didn't understand. They said, "Master, the multitude throng thee and press thee, and sayest thou, Who touched me?"

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