She is never named, yet her encounter with Lord Jesus is the longest between the Messiah and any other individual in the Gospel of St. John. Representing the lowest of the low — a female in a society where women are both demeaned and disregarded, a race traditionally despised by Jews, and living in shame as a social outcast — she not only has a holy encounter with Christ but also her testimony convinces an entire town to believe.
The story of the woman at the well is a rich example of love, truth, redemption, and acceptance. It is not only the story of the Samaritan woman but ours as well! The Lord accepted her and He accepts us, too. He wants us all drink from His living water to live with Him forever in His eternal kingdom.
This book that will help you understanding cultural and historical traditions of that time, takes you in a journey to ancient Israel accompanying the Lord in Samaria and meeting the Samaritan woman at the well. It is an invitation to meet the Lord everywhere as He is seeking for you and is looking forward to meeting you. The most important thing is that you try to meet Him as early as possible … In the sixth hour of your age while you still have years to repent like the Samaritan woman.
The book reveals the 5 mysteries of the woman at the well by answering important questions like: What were the reasons of the enmity between the Jews and the Samaritans? What did the Samaritans do to be detested? What is the significance of choosing a well as a meeting point? How can you drink and never be thirst again? How to worship God in Spirit and Truth? Is lord Jesus a bridegroom? Who is His pride?