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John 4:1-29 Were Jesus meets the Samarian Women:
Jesus asked the Samaritan woman known as a harlot for water.
For the woman, it was both a disarming as well as a natural introduction to Jesus. He didn't stare at her with a look of self-righteous condemnation. He didn't wave signs like "Repent or Perish" or "Turn or Burn" in her face. He didn't hand her a religious tract or pamphlet. He simply asked her to help him. Of course, the fact that he would speak to a strange woman in public, and the fact that he, a Jew, would drink from her gentile water container was a shock.
Jesus responded to the woman by raising the conversation to a higher plane. The Samaritan woman assumed she was in a position to provide him with his needs. After all, she had a container for water. After all, she had experience providing other men's needs. Jesus' answer hinted that he could provide her need. But the woman did not respond to Jesus' elevation of their conversation to a spiritual level. She merely observed that Jesus had nothing with which to draw water. (It was customary for travelers to have a leather bucket that was collapsible into other baggage. It could be taken out and formed into a shape that would hold water.)
The Samaritan woman challenged the stranger who spoke of some mysterious living water. She wondered if this stranger thought himself to be greater, wiser and more significant than "our father Jacob" after whom the well was named.
The woman, in many respects representing all of us as broken, sinful human beings, struggled to understand the discussion about water and life, to contain Jesus in her material and physical world But Jesus is not someone we contain or capture. He comes to us, like he did the Samaritan woman, from outside time and space. He comes into our world with the offer of eternal life. Water that will satisfy our thirst for life. Jesus takes the fundamental human physical need of water and transfers it to our fundamental spiritual need. The Samaritan woman knew all about water. She came to the well every day. She, like all human beings, needed water to survive.
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