Her Story Changed, When She Met Him.
Jesus looked up and said to her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?” She said, “No one, Lord.” And Jesus said, “Neither do I condemn you; go, and do not sin again. John 8:10-11
The world we are getting more interesting daily with the presence of loved ones around. Let me ask, how does it feel when your loved ones decide to stay away from you? Does it feel like you are still being loved and cared for? This simple question, when answered by the Lord Jesus, can be seen in John 8:10-11.
Many times we find ourselves in different situations of life, and we get to see whether the loved ones will desert us, or they will stick around without being too close. This is a prevalent trend among humans; no one wishes to associate with failures, downtrodden, weak, and beggarly ones.
Instead, everyone desires to be with people who already arrived like a glorious day. And forgot that not everything that glitter is gold. “A generous soul will prosper, and he who refreshes others will himself be refreshed.” Proverbs 11:25
Jesus showed the woman caught in the act of prostitution that her community people can castigate her not minding the circumstances. Her stories changed when she met with Jesus Christ. Jesus cannot cast away a loved one, for any reason; rather, He will stoop low to pick the person up and make an edifice from the broken pieces. Isn’t that the wonder that only love could perform. He is love personified; we carry His seed in us, we can be same too in showing mercy. Jesus said it prophetically in Matthew 5:7 “Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.”
1. Father, I will show love to everyone around me as I go out today, not minding their physical, emotional, or mental state.
2. Jesus Christ shows me mercy; bless me, through the favor of God in Jesus n