Just Humble Yourself and ask….


Grace often comes as a surprise when we are least expecting it. There was a woman who went to draw water at a well.  It was around noon…the hottest part of the day. She wasn’t looking for anything, just going about her day, doing her duty as she always had.  She had no idea someone was waiting for her. She could not have guessed the surprise she was about to encounter.

“Draw me water,” Jesus asked.  He had been sitting there, tired and thirsty from his day of traveling.

Shocked and a bit startled, she wondered how he could ask this of her?  She was a woman, and a Samaritan woman whom the Jews despised. Asking for water would make him ceremonially unclean.

Jesus told her that he could give her “living water” so that she would never thirst again.  He baffled her once more. Jesus then revealed she had had five husbands and was living with one whom she was not married to.  He caught her attention a third time.


Grace was waiting for her that day.  Grace was sitting there, eager to give her a glimpse, a taste of something beyond her circumstances.  Grace wanted to encounter her in a way only it could… to touch her beyond her physical needs and heal her eternally.

Perhaps Jesus knew there was a longing in her heart that she hadn’t yet expressed. She needed redemption; someone to rescue her from the turmoil of her life.  We know she was touched in a powerful way because the accounts show that because of her story, many Samaritans came to believe in Jesus as their Savior.

Where do you need to see grace today? Grace is available to YOU TODAY!!!! Just open your heart, humble yourself, and ask.

Now go out and have an EPIC day today…


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