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Like the woman at the well – The Concept.

Living Water (Jesus and the Samaritan Woman)

Like the woman at the well I was seeking
For things that could not satisfy
And then I heard my saviour speaking,
“Draw from my well that never shall run dry”
Fill my cup, Lord;
I lift it up, Lord;
Come and quench this thirsting of my soul
Bread of Heaven, feed me till I want no more.
Fill my cup, fill it up and make me whole.

There are millions in this world who are seeking
For pleasures earthly goods afford
But none can match the wondrous treasure
That I find in Jesus Christ my Lord.

So my brother if the things that this world gives you
Leave hungers that wont pass away,
My blessed Lord will come and save you
If you kneel to him and humbly pray.

Richard Blanchard

THE CONCEPT

Jesus Among Women: The Perfect Example

Blanchard is writing from a christian point of view. Like the woman at the well is a christian poetry that finds its way deep into the heart of the reader. The poem talks about people who seek a lot in the world yet the only greatest thing to have in this world is God in your life. “Like the woman at the well I was seeking for things that could not satisfy” but if you seek the Lord you won’t have hungers that don’t pass away. Now it’s up to you, comment your thoughts below about the poem.

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8 thoughts on “Like the woman at the well – The Concept.

  1. Good work bro am now motivated

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    1. The works of Richard Blanchard…thanks bro

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  2. I always enjoy reading your articles. Keep it up bro💪

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    1. The works of Richard Blanchard, Christian Poetry, thanks.

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  3. The choice of words were greatly used giving the poem an amazing rhythm making the poem interesting and captivating to read. Thanks for sharing it in your blog.

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  4. Indeed, awesome christian poetry…seeking the treasures of the world which leave thirsting in the soul, but if we have Christ, He is more than a wondrous treasure to us.

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