In John 8:6, “Jesus stooped down and wrote on the ground with His finger:” Undoubtedly, this was careful and deliberate feedback from Jesus. Instead of making a harsh verbal response, He stooped down. Then He wrote on the ground with His finger, presumably in the dirt. Stooped down indicates humility. Jesus didn’t react with hostility or immediate acrimony. He didn’t scream at the woman or those who brought the woman. Jesus paused and stooped down. Descriptively, stooped down is a low posture, identifying with the shame of the woman. Jesus did what He could to identify with, care for, and ease the embarrassment of this woman. One may say this story illustrates the significant problem: how can God show love and grace to the sinner without being unjust, without breaking His own law? He does it by first identifying with the sinner in their low condition. That’s it!!!