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Christ in Samaria

  “The woman left her water jar and went into the town and said to the people, ‘Come see a man who told me everything I have done. Could he possibly be the Messiah?’ They went out of the town … Continue reading

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Christ’s Dialogue with the Samaritan Woman

  Jews normally did not talk to women in public and Jews did not deal with Samaritans because of animosity. The religion of the Samaritans was similar to Judaism except that they were more liberal. They accepted the Pentateuch, observed … Continue reading

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Christ Transverses Samaria

Palestina in the time of Jesus The Lord’s travels were meticulously planned, and His activity proceeded timely on the divine clock. Timing was a factor in Christ’s journey through Samaria. His ministry had been enormously successful, reflected in conversions by … Continue reading

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The Samaritan Woman

  The story of the Samaritan woman (John 4:4-42) is quite revealing. We learn about Jesus’ conversation with a lone woman who had come to get water from Jacob’s well in Samaria. She was an extraordinary woman because of race, … Continue reading

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