Coming to Terms with the TruthMay 16, 2021 / John 4:15-18
Coming to terms with the truth – John 4:15-18
The Christianity that is pushed in the public square is very
The Scriptures reveal who is and who are
It is impossible for one to know unless God reveals the true state of his or her to them
These verses are really the in the story
What Jesus said here was like someone throwing a cup of cold water in her face for it really the what was presumably the greatest in her life and source of great guilt
The woman tried to in verses 20 and 25
Progressive Christians suggest that this story is
2 Kings 17:29-31
The progressive interpretation is a — we need to understand the history and the fact that there were five groups that came into this land with their gods — this is the key to interpreting the text.
This interpretation is wrong:
I. Five people groups are mentioned but different gods
II. These gods are worshiped at the same time not one after another as husbands would be
III. would be pictured as one with whom the woman was having an adulterous affair with.
If Jesus sees into the heart of this woman – it means that Jesus sees into the hearts of .
Christians are r — they see sin as the number problem plaguing humankind
Three kinds of Lost People:
I. The Hedonist — makes decisions based on what will bring them and .
II. the Moralist – the one with high standards (either the Sermon on the Mount or their own)
The command to “be perfect, as God is perfect” means that we are to
III. The Religious Person — Might agree with much of the assessment of the others but thinks they will be in the end because of their adherence to religion.
Illistration: Basel (Fashnacht)
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