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Jesus had to go through Samaria. He came to a Samaritan city called Sychar, which was near the land Jacob had given to his son Joseph. Jesus was tired from his journey, so he sat down at the well. It was about noon. A Samaritan woman came to the well to draw water. The water that I give will become in those who drink it a spring of water that bubbles up into eternal life.

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Bibles are being translated into different languages, missionaries are going to the least reached and people are finding hope in Christ. Yet, despite all these efforts, there are still many people who have never heard the gospel or the name of Jesus. Although Russia is predominately a Christian country, many ethnic groups live in a desperate need of the gospel.

The Tatar people are an ancient nomadic Turkic people group who live mostly in Russia. Over five million of the world's six-and-a-half million Tatar population live within Russia's borders.

The Tatar religion is traditionally folk Islam with its foundations in Sunni Islam. Local churches in cooperation with OM bring the good news to those who have never heard of Jesus Christ. Thursday morning A quiet church prayer meeting. We're already over half way through our week-long trip and tiredness is setting in. After evangelism and miracles the previous day, the spirit is very willing, but the flesh is oh so weak. I try hard to listen to the dulcet tones of the kind Russian man leading the service, but my eyes are weary.

In order to keep them alert, I decide to read my Bible scripture for the day starting in John chapter 3 and slowly but surely read through to the end of John chapter 4.

God, show me something for today. Speak to me Lord, I pray. I'm hungry for more after seeing Him work powerfully this week.

I just want more. The story of the woman at the well leaps out from the page. I wonder what possible application it could have to ministry today, but store it away in my heart anyway. It's raining. When it rains the roads are transformed into unrelenting mud monsters which try to hold you back from reaching your destination. Twice as slippery as ice, any slight error from the driver can throw your car into an unstoppable spin.

Unfortunately, today the driver is me. Yet we are undeterred and desperate to get to the Tatar village and meet the local people, pray with them and tell them about Jesus.

The village consists of just one straight road with homes tightly squeezed in as though for warm fellowship. We see a beaming, short, older man outside his quaint wooden house overlooking the river. The Tatar people have an endearingly warm hospitality, and the man quickly invites us into his equally warm stove-heated home.

We chat for a good half-an-hour. About life, about the village, about faith. I offer to pray for his wife who he described as being sick from old age. They look amazed, "Do you know how to? Instead, I hold her hand firmly, kneel at her feet and pray to our God, who speaks their language.

We bless their home, leave some gifts and move on hoping to meet someone else who has ears to hear. We see two older women in the middle of the village. As we approach them, we notice two metal pails ready to be filled with the day's water from the well. We offer to help one of the ladies carry her water and begin to talk about life, the village and faith. After a discourse about the hardships of life, and the lack of hope I gently say that we have hope in Jesus.

Who is He? I don't know who that is. I am still ruined by her words. How could she have never heard the beautiful life-giving name of Jesus before? The Spirit within me, unsurprised by her response, steadily continued to explain the wonders of His name and who He is. The rest is a blur, but I remember feeling warm and comforted by the words of truth flowing in Russian from my lips.

Amazingly, she is one of the few literate ones in the village and seems thrilled to be given the Gospel of John and a full Bible so she can understand more about this Jesus.

Would you pray with me that she would indeed be like the woman at the well that Jesus met over 2, years ago — the one who told the whole village about this Jesus that she had met? Through people like Arayk, locals have started to listen to God's word and are responding to it in a small town. Children's club at the church in Tkvarcheli, which is held by MDT students, impacts lives of local children and gives them hope.

Despite not openly being allowed to speak about Jesus, an outreach team finds ways to be instruments in God's hands. Make a Donation. Woman at the well facebook linkedin twitter email whatsapp. Go to Russia. Short term. Long term. Learn more. More stories from Russia. Read more. More News. Photos from Russia.

30 Days of Prayer: Day 19 – Woman at the Well

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This entry is part 19 of 23 in the series 30 Days of Prayer. Historical scholars tell us that the hour this woman chooses to go to the well alone to draw water about noon is odd. They speculate that she wants to avoid being seen by other people who normally go in the cool mornings or late afternoons to draw water, because of the shame of her reputation.

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3rd Sunday of Lent: Woman At The Well

We come to you because we are thirsty, thirsty for a world where all people have access to clean, fresh water and the most vulnerable members of society are cared for. We pray for a world where people who make houses can afford to live in them, people who serve food can afford to eat it, when all children have access to good education and young people can find jobs. We come to you because we are thirsty, Thirsty for a world where people might discover love and renewal. We pray for all those who struggle with addiction and mental illness. We pray for those in prisons. We pray for those in uniforms. We pray for refugees and all those forced from their homes because of violence.

Prayer Tip: The Woman at the Well

This Sunday, the Third Sunday of Lent, we will hear in the Gospel the story of the encounter and conversation of Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well. I invite you to think about the thirst of Jesus and the thirst of the woman in the Gospel, representing also our thirst, the thirst of our souls. On the surface, Jesus was naturally thirsty. Jesus asks the woman for a drink of water.

I will give you as a light to the nations, that my salvation may reach to the end of the earth. Isaiah b.

Instructions for how to read imaginative prayers to a group are found here. Listen, taste, smell, feel, and watch what happens. What can you see around you? What are you feeling?

Woman at the well

In an article first published in The Irish Catholic, Brendan Comerford finds lenten inspiration in the Gospel story of the Samaritan woman at the well outside Sychar. I can never resist the temptation to do so since the Gospel reading for The Third Sunday of Lent, Year A, is the marvellous story of Jesus meeting the Samaritan woman at the well John If someone were to ask you what is your image of Jesus, what would you say? When I think about that question in times of prayer, I invariably come back to this scene of Jesus with this woman.

As a registered user, you'll also enjoy the ability to save content, access subscriber-only content and share. Each week a script will be provided, following the Gospel lesson, concerning those whom Jesus met. L: Come, let us sing to the Lord! P: Let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation! P: Let us make a joyful noise to God with songs of praise! P: We sing to God with our hearts and our spirits.

Worship Connection: March 15, 2020

Bibles are being translated into different languages, missionaries are going to the least reached and people are finding hope in Christ. Yet, despite all these efforts, there are still many people who have never heard the gospel or the name of Jesus. Although Russia is predominately a Christian country, many ethnic groups live in a desperate need of the gospel. The Tatar people are an ancient nomadic Turkic people group who live mostly in Russia. Over five million of the world's six-and-a-half million Tatar population live within Russia's borders. The Tatar religion is traditionally folk Islam with its foundations in Sunni Islam. Local churches in cooperation with OM bring the good news to those who have never heard of Jesus Christ. Thursday morning

I pray for the grace to let God tell me who I am, what I have received and what I The Samaritan woman said to him, A woman goes to a well to draw water.

This Samaritan woman goes to the well in the heat of the day most likely because she wanted to avoid running into others who would look on her as a tainted woman. She is surprised to encounter a man, and even more a Jewish man, who initiates a conversation with her. She was already vulnerable because of her past and when she meets this man, Jesus, she could immediately recognize his acceptance.

In Truth and Charity: The woman at the well

Please check the reference to make sure it is correct. The Samaritan Woman. Jesus, tired from his journey, sat down there at the well. It was about noon.

Third Sunday of Lent: The Woman at the Well

From a talk given at St. Jesus came to a town of Samaria called Sychar, near the plot of land that Jacob had given to his son Joseph. Jesus, tired from his journey, sat down there at the well. It was about noon.

What makes this world so lovely is that somewhere it hides a well.

Когда серебряный кубок оказался на уровне его глаз, возникло какое-то движение, и в полированной поверхности смутно отразилась приближающаяся фигура. Беккер заметил металлический блеск в тот самый миг, когда убийца поднимал пистолет, и, как спринтер, срывающийся с места при звуке стартового выстрела, рванулся. Насмерть перепуганный священник упал, чаша взлетела вверх, и красное вино разлилось по белому мрамору пола. Монахи и служки у алтаря бросились врассыпную, а Беккер тем временем перемахнул через ограждение. Глушитель кашлянул, Беккер плашмя упал на пол.

The Opening

 Сьюзан.  - Голос его прозвучал резко, но спокойно.  - Тебе удалось стереть электронную почту Хейла. - Нет, - сконфуженно ответила. - Ты нашла ключ. Сьюзан покачала головой. Стратмор наморщил лоб и прикусил губу.

Woman at the Well – Pastoral Prayer

Надо выбираться из шифровалки. Черт с ней, с Цифровой крепостью. Пришла пора действовать.

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