Kids Cove – The Woman at The Well

Watch below and observe – we don’t need to be perfect to worship Jesus.
Through our faith in and worship of God, we receive a new, better, & eternal life.

Key Verses:
  • John 4:14: “But whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again. The water that I will give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.” 
  • John 7:38: “Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.'”
Jesus is drawn to the outsiders and the vulnerable: While Jesus was a Jew, He understood far more than those living at His time. At the time Jesus lived as a man on Earth, Jews saw Samaritans as beneath them. Jesus didn’t see it that way. He saw Samaritans—and everyone else, for that matter—as people whom He loved and wanted to save just as much as the Jews. Because of that, Jesus was often found talking to people considered to be undesirable, trying to help them see the error in their ways and turn back to God.
Jesus is bigger than our past mistakes and failures: The Samaritan woman Jesus met at the well had made a number of bad choices in her life, which led her to having married five men and living with another to whom she was not married. These bad decisions weren’t enough to put off Jesus from talking to her. He knew what she had done and was doing, but He didn’t care. He knew she could change and turn away from her sin, and He wanted to talk to her to give her that chance.
Jesus offers us all a new and eternal life: During Jesus’s life, Jews believed that God could be worshiped only in the temple in Jerusalem, while Samaritans believed God could be worshiped elsewhere. Jesus was explaining to the woman at the well that His life and sacrifice was going to make it so that God could be worshiped anywhere by anyone.
Jesus’ sacrifice would save not just the Jews but Everyone.
Here’s a simple prayer to pray:
Dear Heavenly Father, thank You for accepting us as we are. Thank You for the gift of salvation and eternal life through Your Son, Jesus. Help us to become more like Him as we walk through life with You at our side. We ask these things in Jesus’s name, Amen.

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