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The Savior of the World

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Jesus' grace trancends all sin, and the traditions of man.

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Introduction

Have you ever met someone who you just thought was unworthy of your love? They might not be a part of the social order that you want to be associated with. Maybe they are bogged down in addiction. Maybe they are living with the shame of adultery, or abortion. Perhaps they have done you wrong in the past, and you just can’t bring yourself to forgive them.
We learn, in this passage, about Christ being the Savior of the world. None of us compare to Him, nor are we worthy to stand in the same social circles with Him. We have sinned, and are therefore filthy in comparison to His perfection. We have wronged Him on so many levels. However, the truth of His grace is that He forgives us anyway, and he offers us an opportunity to turn from our sin, and unto Him.
Such is the case with a Samaritan woman that Christ met at Jacob’s well. As we will see, this woman was not socially acceptable, by the standards of the day. She struggled with sin of adultery, and lived in direct rebellion to God, and His commandments… That is, until she met Jesus. When this happened, her perspective was forever changed by the Savior of the World...

“Why Would a Jew Talk to Me?” - vv. 6-9

The first thing that

“What Jesus Offers is Better” - vv. 10-15

“Jesus Confronts Sin” - vv. 16-24

“The Samaritan Woman Acknowledges the Messiah” - vv. 25-42

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