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  • Jesus And The Samaritan Woman

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jun 13, 2015

    Christ calls us to a life of honesty and integrity - as He out it 24 God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.” Jn 4:24

    WSG 14-06-2015 Jesus and the Samaritan woman -Jn 4:5-26 Story: Many years ago, when I was down on Romney Marsh, I conducted the wedding between Darren Curtis and Zuraida Omarjee on 4th March 2006 in St Mary the Virgin church. The bride and groom had chosen, as their Bible reading, a more

  • Divine Appointments, Part 6 Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Mar 6, 2014

    Open Doors Divine Appointments, part 6

    Open Doors Divine Appointments, part 6 John 4:3-26 November 3, 2013 The biblical idea for intentional living is walking in wisdom. The psalmist prayed, 'teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.' Or as we saw last few weeks by Paul, walk in wisdom toward those who do more

  • The Transcendence Of God Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Feb 12, 2013
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    A sermon on the transcendence of God based on John 4:24. A lot of this is comparing God's spirituality to human spirituality (Adapted from Dr. Jack Cottrell's book, God Most High, chapter 5)

    HoHum: "Most middle class Americans tend to worship their work, to work at their play, and to play at their worship. As a result, their meanings and values are distorted. Their relationships disintegrate faster than they can keep them in repair and their lifestyles resemble a cast of characters in more

  • Jesus The Great Soul Winner

    Contributed by Gregory Lilly on Feb 25, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus proves in this passage that He is the Greatest Soul Winner of them all. From witnessing to one woman to a city converted, Jesus has no equal. Let us see why.

    John 4:1-26 Introduction: When it comes to soul-winning there is no one who is equal to the care and concern that Jesus shows. In this passage, we can learn some very specific things that Jesus did that will enhance our ability to witness to people. As we study this passage, more

  • Pots And People Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Apr 21, 2013

    Message about the woman of Samaria and how she left her pot of discouragement, slander and disappointment with Jesus.

    Title: Pots and People Theme: Show that when we encounter Jesus we can leave with our burdens lifted. Text: John 4:4 - 29 The Encounter John 4:4 But He needed to go through Samaria. 5 So He came to a city of Samaria which is called Sychar John 4:6-7 Now Jacob's well was more

  • "Living Water"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 18, 2017

    We are all broken sinners, and Jesus loves us anyway.

    "Living Water" John 4:4-42 When I was entering the 6th grade my family moved to an entirely different part of the country and I, of course, entered an entirely different school. It was a horrifying experience. It was humiliating. It was dehumanizing. Why do I say more

  • The Woman At The Well Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jan 18, 2017

    God can see into the depths of our hearts. He wants us to be honest with him. But he doesn’t just leave us there. He expects us to worship him in spirit. So he gives us his own Spirit to dwell in us and cleanse us.

    If you were here last week you may remember how John saw his main role as telling people about Jesus. You may also remember that that task of proclaiming Jesus is also our task. Well today we move on to the next episode in John’s account of Jesus’ ministry. Here we find Jesus’ more

  • The Power Of Confession Series

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Mar 25, 2017

    Confession is a key to spiritual formation—it frees our chains, releases Christ’s power in us, and helps us to mature as He desires, not as we desire.

    In his autobiography, Mahatma Gandhi wrote that during his student days he read the Gospels seriously and considered converting to Christianity. He believed that in the teachings of Jesus he could find the solution to the class system that was dividing the people of India. So one Sunday he more

  • Let Jesus Meet Your Needs

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Nov 23, 2016
    based on 3 ratings

    Let Jesus meet your need: 1. for a friend (vs. 4-10; 17-18). 2. for forgiveness (vs. 10-18). 3. for fulfillment (vs. 19-26). 4. for a fresh start (vs. 25-29).

    Let Jesus Meet Your Needs John 4:1-29 (Reading vs. 1-14) Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Oct. 19, 2014 *One day years ago, I was driving up Hwy 165 with Becky and Eric. She was about 15, and he was about 12. As we drove by, we noticed that they were tearing down the old more

  • Woman At The Well

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 24, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    Relationships that come to a crisis get resolved by God; Evangelization

    Lent 3 Relationships that came to a crisis but got resolved by God are featured in our Readings this Sunday. e.g. A father wanted to read a magazine but was being bothered by his little girl. She wanted to know what the United States looked like. Finally, he tore a sheet out of his new more

  • She Left Her Waterpot

    Contributed by John Gaston on Feb 19, 2017
    based on 4 ratings

    The water pot was expensive. She forgot her errand. Why? As she stood there looking into the eyes of Jesus and hearing His voice, she began to feel a Presence of God she’d never felt before. Many people left things behind when they met Jesus. Have you?

    SHE LEFT HER WATERPOT John 4:4-30 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: DISASTER STRIKES TWICE 1. A cruise liner was blown off course by a hurricane and sank in the Pacific and the shipwrecked passengers swam to an island inhabited by cannibals. Only 3 passengers survived the shipwreck and they all happened more

  • Hey, You Talking To Me? Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Apr 5, 2017

    A study of the Gospel of John 4: 1 - 42

    John 4: 1 - 42 Hey, You Talking To Me? 1 Therefore, when the Lord knew that the Pharisees had heard that Jesus made and baptized more disciples than John 2 (though Jesus Himself did not baptize, but His disciples), 3 He left Judea and departed again to Galilee. 4 But He needed to go through more

  • Drink Up!

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Feb 12, 2018

    Normally this phrase is not associated with anything spiritual. But today, we will see that it's of ultra importance to drink up when it comes to the water Jesus offers.

    DRINK UP! INTRODUCTION: Normally this phrase is not associated with anything spiritual. But today, we will see that it's of ultra importance to drink up when it comes to the water Jesus offers. 1) Living water. In John 4 we read about Jesus' encounter with the woman at the well. Jesus more

  • Turning Religious Reluctance-2

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Mar 20, 2018
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    2 of ? Jesus bore witness of His Messianic identity to a religious woman who was reluctant to believe. How/When will God’s people turn the reluctancy of the religious? Turning religious reluctance God’s way requires...

    TURNING RELIGIOUS RELUCTANCE-II—John 4:1-42 Turning the Religious Lost Attention: Everybody has a religion—right or wrong!...Everybody has a belief system to which they subscribe—right or wrong. Even atheists have a religion & are religious people. These may be Reluctant to turn, But by more

  • Jesus And The Woman At The Well

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Jul 20, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    The Samaritan woman encounters Jesus at the well. Jesus reveals her past and she meets the Messiah.

    Jesus and the woman at the well John 4: 1-42 The story of the nameless Samaritan woman at the well, recorded only in the Gospel of John, is a revealing one, full of many truths and powerful lessons for us today. This story follows on the heels of the account of Jesus’ interaction with more