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Here are the scripture references
Psalm 34:8 KJV
 O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.
Luke 19:1-10 NLT
 Jesus entered Jericho and made his way through the town.
 There was a man there named Zacchaeus. He was the chief tax collector in the region, and he had become very rich.
 He tried to get a look at Jesus, but he was too short to see over the crowd.
 So he ran ahead and climbed a sycamore-fig tree beside the road, for Jesus was going to pass that way.
 When Jesus came by, he looked up at Zacchaeus and called him by name.“Zacchaeus!” he said. “Quick, come down! I must be a guest in your home today.”
 Zacchaeus quickly climbed down and took Jesus to his house in great excitement and joy.
 But the people were displeased. “He has gone to be the guest of a notorious sinner,” they grumbled.
 Meanwhile, Zacchaeus stood before the Lord and said, “I will give half my wealth to the poor, Lord, and if I have cheated people on their taxes, I will give them back four times as much!”
 Jesus responded, “Salvation has come to this home today, for this man has shown himself to be a true son of Abraham.
 For the Son of Man came to seek and save those who are lost.”
John 4:1-18,39-42 NLT
 Jesus knew the Pharisees had heard that he was baptizing and making more disciples than John
 (though Jesus himself didn’t baptize them—his disciples did).
 So he left Judea and returned to Galilee.
 He had to go through Samaria on the way.
 Eventually he came to the Samaritan village of Sychar, near the field that Jacob gave to his son Joseph.
 Jacob’s well was there; and Jesus, tired from the long walk, sat wearily beside the well about noontime.
 Soon a Samaritan woman came to draw water, and Jesus said to her, “Please give me a drink.”
 He was alone at the time because his disciples had gone into the village to buy some food.
 The woman was surprised, for Jews refuse to have anything to do with Samaritans.[b] She said to Jesus, “You are a Jew, and I am a Samaritan woman. Why are you asking me for a drink?”
 Jesus replied, “If you only knew the gift God has for you and who you are speaking to, you would ask me, and I would give you living water.”
 “But sir, you don’t have a rope or a bucket,” she said, “and this well is very deep. Where would you get this living water?
 And besides, do you think you’re greater than our ancestor Jacob, who gave us this well? How can you offer better water than he and his sons and his animals enjoyed?”
 Jesus replied, “Anyone who drinks this water will soon become thirsty again.
 But those who drink the water I give will never be thirsty again. It becomes a fresh, bubbling spring within them, giving them eternal life.”
 “Please, sir,” the woman said, “give me this water! Then I’ll never be thirsty again, and I won’t have to come here to get water.”
 “Go and get your husband,” Jesus told her.
 “I don’t have a husband,” the woman replied. Jesus said, “You’re right! You don’t have a husband—
 for you have had five husbands, and you aren’t even married to the man you’re living with now. You certainly spoke the truth!”
 Many Samaritans from the village believed in Jesus because the woman had said, “He told me everything I ever did!”
 When they came out to see him, they begged him to stay in their village. So he stayed for two days,
 long enough for many more to hear his message and believe.
 Then they said to the woman, “Now we believe, not just because of what you told us, but because we have heard him ourselves. Now we know that he is indeed the Savior of the world.”