8:6/8 - We don't know what he wrote in the sand, but I like to believe that he wrote the individual sin struggles of each of the Pharisees present. I think he wrote things that they kept hidden in the darkest parts of her person. In their shame, they walked away.
8:11 - Jesus offers grace and forgiveness with an understanding that here is change. He expects her to leave her life of sin behind in light of the freedom he has offered her. Chasing after righteousness should be our response to the forgiveness offered by Jesus.
8:24 - Simple Gospel message - you will die in your sin, unless you understand that I died for your sins.
8:31-32: Disciples of Jesus know his word, which gives them a framework of truth to live their lives by...instead of the shackles of systemic sinfulness. The truth of Jesus offers us freedom to be set free and really live!
8:44 - When we buy into the lies of the devil, we become his disciples. His lies blind us to the truth of the message of Jesus Christ ad instead of tasting freedom and life we are relegated to an existence of falsehood and hopeless despair.
8:58 - Jesus calls himself the I AM - the name of the invisible, one and only God of the universe. This is a great example of how to really tick some Pharisees off...but every word of it was true (Both of them - hehe). And like Jesus said, if he speaks untruth than he is just like one of the devil's disciples, so he just tells it like it is.