Good Samaritan

As anyone who has been the victim of a crime can attest, the assistance of a Good Samaritan can be invaluable. 

In the case of a man attacked and left for dead, all three witnesses - the pastor, the church elder, and the church member - have an opportunity to render aid. 

While it is impossible to know precisely what motivates each person in this scenario, it is likely that the pastor, as a religious leader, will feel compelled to help the man based on the tenets of his faith. The church elder may also feel responsible for the congregation's well-being and feel it is his duty to render aid. On the other hand, the church member may simply be moved by compassion to help someone in need. 

Regardless of their motivations, all three witnesses have the opportunity to make a difference in this man's life. 

But only one does. 

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