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In John 4, we see Jesus' unfailing love for an adulterous woman change her habit of hiding her sin, to proclaiming the goodness of this Jesus who loved her, despite her sin, to those who despise her. The woman is not just freed from her sin but finds an unfailing love in her True Bridegroom.
In John 4:1-26, Jesus enters into a discussion with stranger in order to change her life. The conversation between Jesus and the Samaritan woman at Jacob's Well concludes with Jesus saying to her, 'I who speak to you am He.' Throughout the entire conversation Jesus has been telling her who he is and how he can change her life.
Do we reach out to those who are broken? Is our first instinct to love or to judge. Jesus constantly reached out to those who were hurting and broken. Aren't we glad that God does not judge us the way we judge others?
God is everywhere. But do we notice? It is not unusual for believers to separate out the everyday tasks of life from the truly divine kind. Yet in the passage under consideration, we can see how God, through Christ, is present in ordinary moments.
The woman at Jacob's well in John 4 has a life changing encounter with Jesus. It seems like the woman tried to end or cut short the coversation, but Jesus drew her out and got to the heart of this woman. Isn't it interesting how we try and play games with Jesus as if he doesn't know exactly who we are and what we are about? It's time to stop playing games and simply surround ourselves to God!
The Samaritan woman. The challenge of worshipping Jesus instead of worshipping a system.
"Then they said to the woman, 'Now we believe, not because of what you said, for we ourselves have heard Him and we know that this is indeed the Christ, the Savior of the world.'" John 4:42