In this Woman at the Well Bible study lesson we find Jesus breaking with three Jewish traditions. First, He travels through Samaria in order to reach Galilee. In Christ's day, because of the pagan ways of the Samaritans, Jews traveling north from Judah would bypass Samaria by taking a longer and more difficult route.
In this lesson we will see:
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