The verses 7:53 to 8:11 are not in the earliest manuscripts, but have been added later, maybe as late as around 1100 A.D. The stylistic differences hint at not being written by the apostle John. They did however exist as a separate document from the first century, and were added to complete Jesus dialogue at the feast of Tabernacles. The verses could have been placed elsewhere, since they break up Jesus dialogue at the Temple. However, they were at some time accepted as inspired and are included in most manuscripts (Textus Receptus).
“Go and sin no more”, Jesus last words to the woman, after not condemning her for her past but looking to the future.
Richard Blanchard (1925-2004)
It would have been much easier to follow the Jordan River up to Galilee.There are two possible routes, both cumbersome.
Nobody draws water in the middle of the day unless they have to.
Jesus spoke in Aramaic, which makes the statement “I am” even stronger. Jesus claimed he is God.
As opposed to the previous “I am” Jesus said “I am” at many other occasions. These are normal I ams, and does not in any way imply divinity or eternity.
The last word is “cosmos”. Jesus really is the savior of the universe.