Yesterday's post about the Good Samaritan was still in my mind today when someone at work asked about some medicine he was taking. The Good Samaritan not only had compassion for the man who had been beaten and robbed but he also had the right medicine to help the man.
The question at work was, "Will this medicine really do anything for me?" I remembered that my father used to say, "If the medicine tastes bad when you take it or hurts when you put it on, it's working. Otherwise, it can't be doing any good."