The woman then left her water pot, and went her way into the city, and saith to the men, Come see a man, which told me all things that ever I did: is not this the Christ? Then they went out of the city, and came unto Him.
The setting for today's topical discussion is a meeting Jesus had with the Samarian woman at the well of Samaria and a conversation ensued. After Jesus had outlined the woman's life history to her she went into town and called the men sharing with them her conversation with Jesus. They went to meet Jesus and after their conversation with Jesus many believed Him to be the promised Messiah just as the woman had believed on Him.
What does this setting say about witnessing Christ with a personal testimony? It says there is power in one's testimony and in the Word of God just as there is saving power in the name of Jesus. The name of Jesus is the most powerful name both in heaven and in the earth. It is the only name by which men are saved. The other fact in this setting is that Jesus was unrecognized as the promised Messiah until He identified Himself to the woman as the Messiah. If you met Jesus would recognized Him? As a follower of Jesus you have met Him, if so what is your testimony? After meeting Jesus is your lifestyle witnessing Christ?
Witness Christ others are waiting to meet Him.
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