Crucial to this encounter with the Samaritan woman is the word “whoever”. It is equally important to understand the importance of who Jesus was speaking to –

It’s easy to read Hagar’s story and get lost in our thoughts or conversations and judgements about Sarah and Abraham actions …

Rachel: God Heard Her Cries Day 3, Week 3 of Beautifully Surrendered, A Love God Greatly Study Today’s Reading: Genesis 29:31-30:24 (SOAP – 30:22-24) Then God took note of Rachel. He paid attention to her and enabled her to become pregnant. 23 She became pregnant and gave birth to a son. Then she said, “God has taken away…

Anna: Never Ceasing Prayer

We are to be devoted to prayer as she was, it should not be something we only do in the morning and evening or when we have a desperate need. We are meant to pray “without ceasing”, staying alert to the opportunities and needs throughout the day to call on or cry out praises to Him on our own behalf or other’s.

Hannah’s prayers affected not only herself and her husband but don’t miss how even, at a very young age, they were already affecting Samuel

How sweet is this scene’s depiction of the Savior’s intimate care for His mother even in the throes of a horrendous death.

Otherwise our focus will be words on a page – quickly forgotten or laid aside because they hold no real value.

Just as I/you live in “HOPE” of the promises of God through Christ – we need to live in the power of the Spirit for all of life’s needs.

Like Jeremiah, we should be greatly affected when God’s people or His work are impacted by suffering, regardless of where the suffering comes from.