Liturgy Live 3rd Sunday In Lent | Reveal The Well

by Lent, Mass

This week on the podcast we talk about how Moses was able to be real with God. He prayed in a way that showed his frustration with the people of Israel. The people knew what they needed but they didn’t ask God for it. In the Gospel we talk about the woman at the well, who didn’t know to ask Christ for water, but he revealed what she needed and she asked. The Lord is so gentle with us when we are receptive to His mercy. He reveals the well in our hearts that is the spring of water welling up to eternal life.

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