I have found myself stranded on an old country road many times throughout my life and if there is one thing I have noticed you shouldn't expect to have a car with a Jesus fish stop and help you out. Here is just one example.
I used to drive a scooter back when gas prices started to sky rocket. On Sundays I would usually ride around the country side and take in some Tennessee scenery. Well one Sunday I had managed to make my way into some isolated farm land only to have my engine give out on me. There was no cell phone signal and the closest house would be a good 5 (estimate) mile walk. Church must have been close to starting because quite a few cars had passed me with I love Jesus stickers on them and the first two houses I got to nobody was home. Right as the sun was setting a metal head listening to Metallica stopped and offered me a lift to the nearest gas station with a pay phone. Soon after my room-mate came with his truck and I was on my way home.
Now correct me if I'm wrong but isn't there a parable that Jesus preached about a stranded guy that was shunned by the religious folk until a good Samaritan came along and helped him. In fact I'm pretty sure most christians are familiar with that story. Why then has it not sunk in? I mean apparently this was a problem with god fearing people 2000 years ago. Why then is it the sinful person that usually gives the helping hand. This isn't the only time cars have passed by a walking me with " do you know jesus?" bumper stickers on the back only to be offered a hand by a smoking person listening to blasphemous music. One thing is for certain if sinners are more willing to give you a helping hand than christians. What does that tell you about christians and their religion? Just another thing that helped me realize there is more to life than the egotistical world of the god fearing people.