Focus Scripture: John 4:7-38
During His ministry, Jesus did the unthinkable when He led His disciples through the land of Samaria; a trek Jewish people avoided at all costs. Not only did Jesus pass through Samaria, but He also stopped at Jacob’s well and engaged in conversation with a Samaritan woman no less. While the Lord’s action must have been a head-scratcher for His disciples, it most certainly caught the Samaritan woman by surprise in more ways than one. As always, my prayer is that God will speak to your heart through today’s message in a way that will help you to grow closer in your daily walk with Him, and to be encouraged to step out and share the gospel, which is the good news of Jesus Christ, with someone today.
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“God never leaves you nor forsakes you.” I’ve heard that before. “Jesus will leave the 99 to come after you.” I’ve heard that one too. Meanwhile, fear creeps up when life hurls a season of loneliness our way, and poof! Churchy sayings hold as much weight as thin air. Believe it or not, God is cheering us on and inviting us to thrive amidst the loneliness. Yes, it’s weird and scary, but this emptiness is a safe space where you get to hear the God of everything speak the loudest. You’re safe because God is so good at owning goodness, and because of Him, you aren’t so by yourself.”
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