Devotional columnist Natalie Lloyd talks to young women about what can happen when they stop looking for satisfaction from the lifeless paper doll images found on magazine covers and TV. Using the story about the Samaritan woman coming to the well with an empty jug and leaving with a heart overflowing with living water, she introduces them to Jesus, the One who can make their paper hearts come alive. Foreword By Shannon Ethridge. Paperback.
What happens when an ordinary girl finds the extraordinary love of God? By a well in Samarla, one girl found out when she came face to face with Jesus. Today' young women may be in a different culture, but they have something in common with that girl by the well: Sometimes they go looking for love in all the wrong places. Just as the Samaritan woman carried an empty jar to the well, they carry their empty, two-dimensional hearts, looking for one person, one more award, one glowing accolade, to fill it up and make it whole. True love is waiting at the well. In the eyes of the One, the woman at the well had infinite worth, meaning and purpose, and there's a secret waiting for girls who take the time to listen to what Jesus had to say to her that day: When an extraordinary girl fills up on the love of an extraordinary God, unforgettable things happen.