Genesis 4 Observations
Genesis 4:13-15 YAHUAH is merciful.
John 4 Observations
John 4:4 We can see that the woman of Samaria in John 4 was clearly a seeker of truth, though she had gotten off track. Perhaps her desire for truth was the reason that YAHUSHA specifically came to her.
John 4:16-17 YAHUSHA asked the Samaritan woman to go get her husband. She answered, “I have no husband.” In speaking the truth, she indicated that she was ready to receive Truth. Deliverance is not for those who think they already have all they need; already have everything figured out; that think they have all the answers. Such ones are already full. They have no room within the heart/mind to receive the living water that YAHUSHA the Messiah offers. Deliverance is not for the “haves” but for the “have nots.”
John 4:23 YAHUAH is the Seeker. We too must be seekers as He is. What should we seek then? We should seek the same thing that YAHUAH seeks. He seeks to find Truth in us. Therefore, we should likewise seek to have Truth in us.
John 4:1-29, 39 This is another example of YAHUAH through YAHUSHA undoing through a woman what the wicked one did through Eve in the garden. He used this woman of Samaria to proclaim the Messiah’s presence to her people.
John 4:42 We, like the Samaritans, have to hear YAH’s Word for ourselves. Words of His messengers merely light the pathway of Truth that leads to our Creator. If we stop at the words of the messengers, we never fully come to know Him and more importantly to be known of Him (Matthew 7:23; John 10:14). The words of the woman of Samaria were light to the men of Samaria. They had to actually walk to YAHUSHA to fully come to know him as being indeed the promised Messiah.
John 4:53 What did they believe? They believed that YAHUSHA is the Messiah, the prophetically promised redeemer and reconciler of Israel, and all those who join themselves to Israel through the blood of the Messiah, unto the Father, YAHUAH.
Please, please comment below if you see ANYTHING that is contrary to Scripture that I have presented in these Scripture Observations. I want Truth and when I see that I have made a mistake, I want to correct that. No chips on my shoulders here.
I also ask one thing, though. Please, please present your thoughts in the context of two or three Scripture references, not just one (see Deuteronomy 17:6; Matthew 18:16; 2 Corinthians 13:1). One verse (especially one verse out of context) will not be received as evidence. I am just not one to interpret Scripture or accept other’s interpretation of Scripture apart from the written Word of YAH found in the whole counsel of His written Word.
I try my best to limit the use of the precursor words of “I think” or “I believe” without Scripture to back up my “I thinks” and “I believes.” Not only on this site, but be on the lookout anywhere else for excessive “I think” and “I believe” statements presented as Truth, with no Scriptural evidence to back up the statements.
The written Word of YAHUAH is the standard, the vanguard against deception which as you know is quite rampant these days.