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Christmas best Gift in Prints

Updated on December 1, 2012

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Woman at the well Christmas gift

I bring you Christmas greetings as I connect with you in the spirit of the season.

Christmas is a period to remember and remind ourselves that no matter what is going on in the world today; God still loves and wants the best for us. He demonstrated this by giving us His only begotten son Jesus.

Jesus came and in demonstration of His love for us walked and lived amongst us not as an accuser and condemner but as our saviour and friend; even to the worst of us. One major reminder of who He is, why He was born and how He lived and wants us to live is how He went out of His way to connect with the Samaritan woman at the well.

Jesus deliberately went to the city of Sychar in Samaria so that He could bring healing to a woman who had been caught in the crisis of life. It was this woman that Jesus went to make a worshipper of God, a woman without a name or no history or identity as any man would choose to call her. She was now better known as a woman who had married five husbands and living with a six man she was not married to by reputation. With no reputation and no class, is our salvation message drawn to people like these?

Are you a woman whose past history needs to be rewritten by our Lord Jesus Christ? A new history began for this woman from the day she had an encounter with Jesus at the well.

The Woman by the well found a different relationship from a man called Jesus; He was different from all the men she had ever known. She found pleasure in soaking with Jesus in a conversation that brought hope to her despair. It was a conversation that took away the pressures of life and offered the warmth, understanding and affection of a father. It was a dialogue that gingered her to open her heart to listen to what she had never heard before about herself.

This woman who had no name, had married five times and was living with a sixth man she was not legally married to but instead of accusing her like we will do, Jesus saw God’s gift in her and brought out treasure from her earthen vessel after their encounter. More about this encounter that opened to us the best way to relate with one another and with unbelievers around us is in the book titled “The Woman at the Well” by Pastor Mark Osereme. If you have read a copy, you will agree with me that this is the best gift to commemorate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.

This season, we request you go out of your normal way of celebrating Christmas and follow the Lord’s example; giving to affect a life positively.

Merry Christmas!


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    • Cute Edge profile imageAUTHOR

      Anthony Amalokwu 

      5 years ago from Nigeria

      This season, I request you go out of your normal way of celebrating Christmas and follow the Lord’s example; giving to affect a life positively. Give at least a pack of five of this book or more at $50 or N5,000.00(per pack) to a family you love, a friend, a colleague and others you want to connect with this Christmas. You can drop your email address here if you will be interested in the e-book at just $10.

      Merry Christmas!


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