In a conversation I find it imporatant to know not only what was said but also who it was said to, the context in which it was said and the cultural meaning behind it. With this in mind let’s examine how Amazing Grace quenches the seemingly unquenchable.
“On the last and greatest day of the festival, Jesus stood and said in a loud voice, “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink.” – John 7:37
The above statement was made to Jewish people who kept the law better than you or I ever could or would. This statement made by Jesus Christ, Gods only Son was made to these law keepers on the last day of a festival during which time the people all made sacrifices and said they were sorry for thier sins.
Why is this important?
Because God doesn’t want your continual apologies and He doesn’t need your sacrifices. What God wants is for each of us to “Love one another” as He has Loved and continues to Love us. Once we understand this we move from religion bas
Jesus was, is and always will be the key to this Relationship with God because He is the end of the law. Prior to believing in Him you are under the law which does its job beautifully! The job of the law is to create guilt, shame and condemnation in us which Only “the One Perfect sacrifice” can take away.
The law will Always create a thirst which Only Christ can quench.
Would you like to “never thirst again“? Are you ready to drink from The Fountain of “living water“? If you are then dig into the link below: