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Superior YMCA. Doc's Gym. Vineyard Church of Superior. Kari Toyota. Hey, I'm I'm glad that you're here today and I'm excited to to preach the word. The message today is called how deep is is the well if you again receive that program on your way in there's there's a half sheet of notes in there. Some people love to follow along on notes and fill in the blanks. They track me down after and they missed the blank and I didn't say the blank or whatever and I like that. If I'm sitting where you're sitting, I like the notes because then I know how much farther we have to go that I I'm serious.
That's I like that and so I I know you probably do too, but typically I'm preaching in a series. Church attenders, As far as where the Kingdom of God goes from here. John Chapter Four is where we'll hang out you can turn there. That's the fourth of the Gospels. I think somewhere on some of the notes or somewhere it says verse five we will begin but we're actually gonna begin in verse three. We're gonna read a longer portion of Scripture than I typically like to read in a setting like this.
We're gonna read all the way to verse 20 -. I really need you to do is to really place yourself in the story. Imagine that you are there visualize yourself in a city called Psychic by a well on a hot day after a long journey via what we have affectionately come to know as the ankle express follow along or even close your eyes and play it all out in the recesses of your mind. Verse three of John Chapter four he he speaking of Jesus.
He left Judea and departed again into Galilee and he must needs go through Samaria Samaritans were descendants of the Israelites who had been taken captive by the Assyrians in the rain of Shell.
Monessen Samaritans were a mixed breed Part Israelite part of Syrian they were repulsive. Revolting to the Jews of Jesus Day and this is significant, it's significant in the story that we're about to read and it's significant in other places in the Bible like the the parable of the good Samaritans very significant to that story that that man was a Samaritan verse five, then come ahead Jesus to the city of Samaria to to US City of Samaria, which is called Psycho verse six. Now, Jacob's well was there Jesus therefore being worried with his journey sat thus on the well and it was about the sixth hour.
Now, the Jewish Day began at six AM. This being the sixth hour of the day means it's it's high noon. It's 12 o 'clock verse seven. They're coming with a woman of Samaria to draw water and Jesus, said unto her give me a drink for his Had gone into the city to buy food verse nine then said the woman of Samaria and Tim, How is it that you being a Jew?
Ask me for a drink? A woman of Samaria for the Jews, The Bible says, have no dealings with the Samaritans Jesus answered and said if you knew the gift of God and who it is, that said to you, give me a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you living water. The woman said unto him, but sir you don't have anything to draw with and the well is deep. Where would you get this water verse 12 Arthur Greater, she said. Then our father, Jacob, which gave us the well and drank hear himself and his children and his cattle and Jesus answered and said unto her whosoever drinks of this water will thirst again, but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst, but the water that I shall give.
Shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life and the woman said unto him sir. The woman answered and said, I have no husband and Jesus said unto her you, you have said well that you have no husband for you of ad fan. Husbands and he whom you have now is not your husband in that you have said truly, the woman say it than to him. I perceived that you are a prophet, our father's worshiped in this mountain and you say that in Jerusalem is the place where men out to worship and I find Jesus answer very interesting, he said.
Woman believe me the hour comes when you shall neither in this mountain, nor yet at Jerusalem worship, the father, you worship, you know, not what we know what we worship for salvation.
Is of the Jews, but the hour comes, Jesus says, and now is when the true worshippers shall worship. God is spirit and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth and the woman said unto him verse 20 - five.
I know that Messiah comes which is called Christ and when he comes he. Tell us all things and Jesus said into her I that I speak unto you. Father, I pray that you would speak to us during this sermon. What a passage of of Scripture Lord. I pray that that you would take this message and Minister to each individual at their point of need today, speak to them Lord that they might gain a deeper understanding of our role in the Kingdom of God as we move forward and I pray that in Jesus name, there's a lot to learn from this passage of Scripture in the in the context today of Central Assembly, the annual meeting, let's think.
In terms of what we can learn as a church as we endeavor to reach the lost in an increasingly secular world, the culture isn't shifting it has shifted. We live in a culture that's almost oblivious to God. He's one option among many so the approach must be different than it was in or or It's a different. World note that I did not say the message is different. The approach is different.
The smaller, our circle of unsaved friends becomes that's true. We tend to gravitate toward those who think like us and act like us and believe like us and and that's not good or bad. We are not among those who believe we should isolate front. From the world that never ends well by the way the church is meant to be a place where we are equipped to head back out into the world.
We must get outside the four walls of the church. It says he had to go into Samaria his his routes. From Judea to Galilee, which is where he was going, he would cut through the heart of Samaria. According to John 44, There was no other way and for the Christian, there is no other way, but the way of evangelism now that may feel or or sound intimidating to you.
It doesn't have to be what we need to realize is that God has called all of us to evangelize in a way that's in harmony. With who we are and how he wired us, he's not asking an introvert to be an extrovert. He's not asking a gregarious person to share Christ the same way that a quiet person would, but one way or another.
The gospel must be shared. Our faith must be lived out in front of an unbelieving world. We must go through. Samaria We must rub shoulders with the lost We must share the gospel. There is no other way. There are too many people who are lost too many people who are alone too many people who are outcast too many people who are ashamed too many people who are hurt too many people who are hopeless for us, not to intentionally and practically share the gospel and you guys should say Amen Amen to that and the need to evangelize now hear me hear me through on.
Okay and the need to evangelize does not typically send us into the territory of the enemy. In fact, we should not go into places of temptation, but when we must we should hate and through them, Evangelism instead takes us to neutral ground. We leave the four walls of the church. We leave the.
Security of the Bible study and we venture not into the bar not into the Strip club not into the casino, but to the workplace to the Beach to the golf course to the craft show to the family reunion to the camp site or to the backyard Barbecue. To go into the territory of the enemy is reserved for those specifically called to that almost like a Navy Seal team or the Army Rangers, and and if you are among those elite Warriors called to witness in places deep in evil and make no mistake.
It's a select few you. Need to have some things in place. I have three things this morning very quickly number one. It needs to be a specific call to to venture out into places of deep evil. This is not for everyone. It's a specific call number two. You're not you can't be alone Ranger and do this. You must be the part of a team.
The Story – The Woman At the Well
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In John chapter 4 Jesus meets the Samaritan woman near the well. In a normal situation she would either go early in the morning or just after sunset to the well to collect her water. She goes in the middle of the day, when it is very hot, so that nobody will judge her or talk to her. She is a woman that lives at the bottom of life.
WOMEN OF THE YEAR
Jesus was headed to Galilee by way of Samaria. Herod had just arrested John the Baptist. So, John tells us that Jesus had to go to Samaria. This is Jesus, does Jesus have to do anything? Why was it necessary for Jesus to go through Samaria? So, the Pharisees had been investigating the credentials of John the Baptist and they were starting to press in and start to examine the credentials of Jesus. Did Jesus have to go to Galilee by way of Samaria to avoid confrontation?
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John We must orient the search properly, so as not to fall prey to disappointment, which can be damaging. She wants to render the Lord present in their lives so that they can encounter him because his Spirit alone is the water that gives true and eternal life.
WELCOME TO THE WELL
As we bring this assembly to a close, let us take a moment to reflect on water and the difference it can make to the world and all our lives. Let us say thank you for the water that we use to drink and wash with everyday. Let us remember those who do not have fresh water.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Jesus and the Woman at the Well. John Chapter 4 Bible Movie
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