In John 4 we see Christ, the great Workman, at work: the One who was Perfect God and perfect man.
As man He was “wearied” and “sat on the well”. But as “Lord” He “knew” what His enemies had “heard” and thought: and He knew also of this one lost sheep in Samaria who must needs be saved.
Seven times the Lord opens His lips; and seven times He addresses the woman of Samaria. From His first utterance to the last, the wondrous skill of the Divine Workman is seen, and all is exquisite in Divine order.
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|Target Audience||People who are familiar with the Bible|
|Date of Publication||20th June 2015 (First edition circa 1900)|