President Barnes preaches on John 4:1-6 | September 8, 2022


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Seminary Chapel Jesus and Our Insatiable Thirst The purpose of this brief series of homilies on the Woman at the Well is to help us move beyond thinking about Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman who had a difficult time with relationships, to consider our own deep thirst for something more. This is striking because we’re supposed to know the Jesus is the living water, and yet we continue to search for something more… Scripture: John 4:1-6 It is striking that Jesus leaves Judea and heads to Galilee because the word is out that he is responsible for more baptisms than John the Baptist. Most of us don’t leave our work because we are just too successful at it. But Jesus refused to allow others to set his mission. (See vs. 34.) It is also striking that on the way back to Galilee he “had to” pass through Samaria, where the righteous Jews avoided going. But going to the unrighteous is the work of the Righteous One. It is also striking that Jesus stops at a well because he is tired. Can the Savior get tired?