John 4:23, 24 - Serve, Worship and Live for God in Spirit and Truth.

John 4:23, 24 (NIV) Yet a time is coming and 
has now come when the true worshipers will 
worship the Father in spirit and truth, for they are 
the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is 
spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit 
and in truth." 

John 4:23, 24 (CEV) But a time is coming, 
and it is already here!  Even now the true 
worshipers are being led by the Spirit to worship the 
Father according to the truth.  These are the ones 
the Father is seeking to worship him. God is 
Spirit, and those who worship God must be led by the 
Sprit to worship him according to the truth. 


God Never Changes
   I was reared in a small Presbyterian 
church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Before I was 
ten years of age, my mother made me memorize the 
"Shorter Catechism," a summary of basic Christian 
beliefs in the form of questions and answers. In the 
catechism we were asked to define God. The answer we 
learned was, "God is a Spirit - infinite, eternal, 
and unchangeable." 
   Those three words beautifully describe 
God. He is infinite - not body-bound. Eternal - 
He has no beginning and no ending. He is 
unchangeable - never changing, never capricious, never 
unreliable. As the Bible says, with God "there is no 
variation or shadow of turning" (James 1 17). He is 
forever self-existent. 
   People change, fashions change, 
conditions and circumstances change, but God never 
changes. His love never changes. His holiness never 
changes. His purpose never changes. His glory never 
changes. He is the same yesterday, today, and 
   Can you think of any reason not to trust 
Him? Neither can I!  
   Thank you, God, that I don't have to 
wonder if you still love me, if you're still good, 
or if you are still in control. Because of 
this, I can trust you no matter what comes my way. 
 [Hope for Each Day by Billy Graham] 


John 4:23, 24 - Serve, Worship and Live for 
God in Spirit and Truth. 



If anyone has a paraphrase, commentary or 
testimony on this passage of Scripture, either 
personal or otherwise, I would be interested in 
hearing from you.  Thanks in advance and let's keep 
uplifting Jesus that all might be drawn to Him. Fred