"To the rich man, Lazarus was part of the landscape. If ever he did notice him, it never struck him that Lazarus had anything to do with him. He was simply unaware of his presence, or, if he was aware of it, he had no sense of responsibility for it... A man may well be condemned, not for doing something, but for doing nothing."
— William Barclay
"Most Christians are being crucified on a cross between two thieves: Yesterday's regret and tomorrow's worries."