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A Missouri police officer is getting a lot of attention for an act of service, but he says he was just doing his job. Officer Jason Hill found a man in a wheelchair that was having trouble with the battery at the bottom of a steep hill. Officer Hill helped push the man three blocks back to his home. While he was pushing, a bystander took a picture of the kind deed and posted it online. The picture got hundreds of likes and shares, but Officer Hill says he did not do it for attention. He said, “A lot of officers that I work with, they do the same thing pretty routinely. It’s just that there’s usually not somebody there that snaps a picture and doesn’t go viral or anything like that so it’s just another day on the job.”–By Jim L. Wilson & Jim Sandell.

St. Joe officer steps in to help after man’s wheelchair battery dies three blocks from home, http://fox4kc.com/2016/10/28/st-joe-officer-helps-after-mans-wheelchair-battery-dies-three-blocks-from-home, Accessed October 28, 2016.

1 Peter 4:10 (HCSB) “Based on the gift each one has received, use it to serve others, as good managers of the varied grace of God.”

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