Come, Thou Fount of Ever Blessing is a familiar hymn at UFC. We sing it often, but do you know the story behind the lyrics penned in 1758 by Robert Robinson? His story of faith may mirror yours in many ways. Join us at ufcwomen.blog today for this beautiful hymn.
Yesterday in the story of the Samaritan woman meeting Jesus, we were reminded that we each have a story to tell of how Jesus has become our Living Water. Stories are powerful and personal. While others may share similarities to your story, they will never have your story. They can try to tell the narrative of your life before and after you came to trust Jesus, but the most powerful testimony will be the one you share. We hope you’ll take time to write out your own story. Today we have the great privilege of hearing Aubrey Slaeker’s story.
Jesus met people just where they were at in life — Nicodemus in his doubt under cover of darkness and the Samaritan woman at the well in her shame. Where did Jesus first meet you? Where does He find you today? Let's ponder and pray together!
We're back in John today to meet three vastly different people — a Pharisee named Nicodemus, a Samaritan woman, and a government official. They shared a common gift, time with the Messiah, who spoke to them with incredible love and compassion. Let's listen in as Joy in her beautiful South African voice reads John 3 and 4 for us.
In her teaching last week from John 1 and 2, Jamie Harms showed how Jesus came to earth as the intersection between heaven and earth. Today from John 3 and 4, she shows us that Jesus meets everyone exactly as they are and offers them to come and see Him.