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Homilies on John 4

You searched for sermons from the Book of: John 4
 
Worship That Heals  Click here Click title to view sermon John 4: 5–42
Summary: The conversation between Jesus and the Samaritan woman breaks down barriers, interprets true worship and inspires us to ministry.
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Spiritual Hydration  Click here Click title to view sermon John 4: 5–42
Summary: There are many biblical references to water because it was, and is, a chemical that is essential for life. But ordinary water isn’t very exciting, and people often look for something that is — other chemicals, power, family and so on. Jesus’ conversation with a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well begins with ordinary water, but Jesus then speaks of “living water,” a metaphor for what gives true meaning to life. He leads their conversation to the point where he can tell her that he is the source of that living water.
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Permission Evangelism  Click here Click title to view sermon John 4: 5–42
Summary: The story of the woman at the well teaches us that once we acknowledge our sin to God, it loses its power over us. In fact, an appropriate level of vulnerability in this area makes us a more effective witness for the Gospel. When we do share the Gospel, we need to be sensitive to the spiritual readiness of those to whom we speak.
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Meeting Jesus: No Lifosuction Necessary  Click here Click title to view sermon John 4: 5–42
Summary: In Jesus’ presence, we begin to see who we are, but we also see who he is, and if we drink the living water he offers, whatever we’ve done, the good and the bad of it, cease to be things we have to lug around. His living water performs its own spiritual lifosuction so that while our history remains, the judgment on it is gone.
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Do You Rent or Own Your Faith  Click here Click title to view sermon John 4: 5–42
Summary: Faith ownership is a state of spiritual maturity where each Christian personally accepts full responsibility for his or her own spiritual growth. The story of the woman at the well is an excellent biblical illustration of not just one person, but a group of people, crossing the line from “faith-rental” to “faith ownership.”
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