Imagination Enhancer – Woman at the Well. – Retreat Followup

As a followup to Father Acosta’s suggestion of imagining situations we read about in Sacred Scripture, this is a short segment from a movie of a few years ago based on the Gospel of John. It is the story of the Woman at the Well and is a great imagination enhancer.

I was warned once that watching such as this might lead me astray, but I think probably no more than my own imagination is likely to do. I’m just sharing it because it helps me imagine the world of Jesus and his encounters with people, some who believed and some who did not. The entire movie is available online.

Of course, as Father Acosta said, it is important to pay close attention to the WORDS (such as “thirst”) in the original language, and that takes a bit of research. A little Googling can quickly take us to such as this: https://todayscatholic.org/the-woman-at-the-well/

 

3 thoughts on “Imagination Enhancer – Woman at the Well. – Retreat Followup

  1. newlin satterthwaite

    Good morning Darryl, I cannot navigate the internet well enough to find Father Linsky’s email address. Can you help me, please.

    On Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 6:47 AM St. Peter’s Men’s Prayer Group wrote:

    > Darryl Williams posted: “As a followup to Father Acosta’s suggestion of > imagining situations we read about in Sacred Scripture, this is a short > segment from a movie of a few years ago based on the Gospel of John. It is > the story of the Woman at the Well and is a great imagination” >

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  2. newlin satterthwaite

    Thanks for forwarding the movie clip. I’m a visual kind of guy.

    On Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 6:47 AM St. Peter’s Men’s Prayer Group wrote:

    > Darryl Williams posted: “As a followup to Father Acosta’s suggestion of > imagining situations we read about in Sacred Scripture, this is a short > segment from a movie of a few years ago based on the Gospel of John. It is > the story of the Woman at the Well and is a great imagination” >

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