John 4:5-42 or 4:4-15, 19-26, 39, 40-42
There is a “Peanuts” comic strip in which two of Charlie Brown’s little friends are engaged in a serious discussion about life. One says to the other, “Life is peculiar. Wouldn’t you like to have your life to live over if you knew then what you know now?” To which the other replies, “What do I know now?”
That’s a good, honest question: “What do I know now?” And it never goes away in our struggle to discover meaning for our lives. One need only leaf through the “self-help” material in any bookstore these days to discover that there is no shortage of answers, coming from all directions…
Be sensuous, enjoy yourself.
Be resourceful, expand yourself.
Be confident, fulfill yourself.
Be acquisitive, please yourself.
Be superior, promote yourself.
Be reasonable, control yourself.
Be collective, secure yourself.
Be strong, discipline yourself.
On and on goes the list of often conflicting easy answers to the quest for…
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