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Summary: A message of how Jesus fulfills all of our needs. He satisfies

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Satisfied

Verse 1: All my life long I had panted for a draught from some clear spring, that I hoped would quench the burning of the thirst I felt within.

Chorus: Hallelujah! I have found Him, Whom my soul so long has craved! Jesus satisfies my longings Thro’ his blood I now am saved.

Verse 2: Feeding on the husks around me, Til my strength was almost gone, longed my soul for something better on still to hunger on.

Chorus: Hallelujah! I have found Him, Whom my soul so long has craved! Jesus satisfies my longings Thro’ his blood I now am saved.

Verse 3: Poor I was, and sought for riches, Something that would satisfy, but the dust I gathered round me only mocked my soul’s sad cry.

Chorus: Hallelujah! I have found Him, Whom my soul so long has craved! Jesus satisfies my longings Thro’ his blood I now am saved.

Verse 4: Well of water, ever springing, Bread of life so rich and free, untold wealth that never faileth My Redeemer is to me.

Chorus: Hallelujah! I have found Him, Whom my soul so long has craved! Jesus satisfies my longings Thro’ his blood I now am saved.

John 4: 10-26 (NLT) 19 “Sir,” the woman said, “you must be a prophet. 20 So tell me, why is it that you Jews insist that Jerusalem is the only place of worship, while we Samaritans claim it is here at Mount Gerizim, where our ancestors worshiped?”

21 Jesus replied, “Believe me, dear woman, the time is coming when it will no longer matter whether you worship the Father on this mountain or in Jerusalem. 22 You Samaritans know very little about the one you worship, while we Jews know all about him, for salvation comes through the Jews. 23 But the time is coming—indeed it’s here now—when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth. The Father is looking for those who will worship him that way. 24 For God is Spirit, so those who worship him must worship in spirit and in truth.”

25 The woman said, “I know the Messiah is coming—the one who is called Christ. When he comes, he will explain everything to us.” 26 Then Jesus told her, “I AM the Messiah!”

Satisfied

The story of the woman at the well is familiar to many of us – we’ve heard about her condition and station in life – in the Book of John, we are told that Jesus was coming from Judea to Galilee – and in the middle of that journey an urgency to go to Samaria arose. I am so glad my situation is on Christ’s to-do list. His travels brought him to the Jacob’s well in Sychar and there He rested and waited for His appointment to show up. Around about noon a woman came to the well and her forever was changed because she met Jesus. The interaction goes something like this – Can you give me something to drink? The woman – I know you’re Jewish why are you asking me anything? –You have no idea who you’re talking to – if you did you would ask me and I would give you the greatest gift you ever had in your life, living water! – Well, you’re doing all this talking and you don’t even have anything to get this water with, and besides do you think you’re greater than our father Jacob, I mean come on now. The water from this well may be good – but the water I have is the best ever, one drink and you’re thirst will be quenched, your soul revived and you’ll have everlasting life. Oooh I want that water. Good then go getcha your husband. I ain’t got one of those. I know you’ve had five and the one you’ve got now isn’t yours. Oh wow, I think you’re a prophet, we usually have church over here, but ya’ll say the only church is over there. Woman, later for all that, it’s time to Worship God the Father, He is your salvation, He’s looking for those whose heart is turned toward Him and who are willing to put aside temporal things and seek Him honestly and sincerely. You know, I heard that the Messiah, the Christ is coming and when He comes, He will tell us all things. The One who is speaking to you, I am!


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