Key Text: Ephesians 2,3 and 4
The primary purpose God sent Christ to this earth was to redeem man from sin and to reconciled everyone to God since the first Adam fail in his mission, some people claim to have the spirit of God or the Grace of God more than others as the Jews of before were intended to be that was why christ demonstrate the attitude of Love and kindness to the woman of Samaria at the well christ knew what was her condition was but never to ignored her but when the diciples arrive from their journey in search of food to feed themselves seeing christ in this manner of deep conversation with the woman they were amazed at anger having conversation with the heathen woman but christ mentality was to reconcile everyone to his father he never selected people to meet with let’s look at peter at joppa when he was an hunger he went to the upper room to pray while the food was being prepared behold He fell on a trance and heaven was open and a vessel descends unto him kill and eat but peter insist to do so as it was commanded he said how can i eat this unclean meat but God warn him don’t call what i created unclean but this mean a centurion who fear God with his house hold and wants to know God more he was not a jew but he prayed and believed so much in God.
Since peter never understand that the wall of separation was broken through the blood of christ he made that statement that he cannot meet the centurion but God sees a man of humbleness but peter sees him as someone who is not worthy to go close to.
When Jesus was talking to the woman of Samaria he told the woman the ye worship ye know not what: we know what we worship for salvation is for the jews.
Now the questions, are you a jew? Am I a Jew? How will you cope on with this question, some people may confuse themselves that not a jew how am I sure that saves but the fact is that as many that have faithfully and truly believe in the name of a son of God though he or she may be gentile by birth such person is a spiritual Israelite.
What a grace of God can do for us before we were aliens (stranger) but the blood of Christ is freely poured upon us to be called his sons and daughters to God be the glory forevermore amen.