Happy Mother’s Day to our Mother’s!!!

“Honor thy Father, and thy Mother is a Holy Command in the original 10 Commandments.  The Lord didn’t say you ‘should’ honor your Father and your Mother,  He said,”Honor your Father and your Mother.”  The other 10 Commandments are about what we “shall not” do.  This one tells us what “we shall” do that brings a promise.

This commandment is quoted in the original 10 Commandments, in several other places in the Old Testament and New Testament, and in three of the Gospels. In the fourth, the Gospel of John, the last thing recorded that Jesus did before He died on the cross for us was to make sure His Mother was taken care of. (John 19: 25 to 27)
Jesus honored His Mother. So it should be for each of us.  God chose this person to give us life, and they should be honored as the partner of God they are.  We would not be here without them, and most of us learned what unconditional love is all about from the actions of our Mom.  Sadly that is not the case 100% of the time, but for the most part that is as natural as breathing for them. Nothing can separate us from God’s love, and that is the case almost always with a Mother’s love for her child.  There is a bond between a Mother, and her child that is holy – truly God given.  We have seen and heard of things that could only happen through the grace and love and power of God.  Mothers have been known to literally lift a car off their child, to fight an animal or dangerous person over them, to give their child the last bite of food in their possession, and the list goes on.  This is LOVE.  God is LOVE.  God creates Life, and provides for it.  A Mother is given the privilege to create Life in her body, and then take care of that life she has brought into the world.  God even gives her body the ability to provide what is needed to the newborn child.  The Mother is indeed a very special Creation of God, and is not always the person who brought the child into the world, but is the Mother, the Mom, nevertheless.
Every Mother’s Day, I love to share this beautiful piece of Love honoring all Moms. The author of this is unknown, but it goes: “A baby asked God, ‘They tell me You are sending me to earth tomorrow, but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?’ God said, “Your angel will be waiting for you and will take care of you.”  The child further inquired, “But tell me, here in heaven I don’t have to do anything but sing and smile to be happy.”  God said, “Your angel will sing for you and will also smile for you.  And you will feel your angel’s love and be very happy.”   “And what am I going to do when I want to talk to You?”  God said, “Your angel will place your hands together and teach you how to pray.  I will always hear you.”  “Who will protect me?” the child asked.  “Your angel will defend you even if it means risking its life.”, God said.  At that moment there was much peace in Heaven, but voices from Earth could be heard and the child asked, “Father, if I am to leave now, please tell me my angel’s name.”  God said, “You will simply call her, Mom.”
Happy Mother’s Day, to all of you Moms and  Mother’s – in whatever way that God has called you to be. Female, or male, natural birth or adoption.   Thank you for all you do every day for the one you are raising, or providing care for.  May you be honored.   As the Word says in Proverbs 31:28, “Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her.”  May you be blessed and honored in all ways, and in all things as your loved ones lift you up in Love, today and every day.💚
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“Where I am going, you cannot follow now, but you will follow later.” John 13:36

We continue our study of the Gospel of John.  Picking up at verse 33 of chapter 13, the Apostle is quoting the words of Jesus, as He was preparing His Apostles for His departure:

He said, “My children, I will be with you only a little longer.  You will look for Me, and just as I told the Jews, so I tell you now, where I am going, you cannot come.” … Simon Peter asked Him, “Lord, where are you going?”  Jesus replied, “Where I am going you cannot follow now, but you will follow later.”   Peter asked, “Lord, why can’t I follow you now?  I will lay down my life for you.”   Then Jesus answered, “Will you really lay down your life for Me?  Very truly I tell you before the rooster crows, you will disown Me three times!”                   (John 13: 33-38)
With the exception of Judas Iscariot, the Apostles were at a high in their commitment to Jesus.  Though Peter was the only one who asked the question of “Why can’t I follow You now?”, no doubt the other Apostles were wondering the same thing.  They had been with Jesus, continually, night and day for many months.  And to be with Him is what they wanted.  When you love someone, you want to be in their presence; you want to see them, you want to hear their voice, and see their face. This is what Jesus was talking about on one of His visits to see Lazarus, and his sisters Martha and Mary.  Martha was busy getting the meal ready for everyone to eat, but Mary was sitting at the feet of Jesus listening to what He said.  Martha went to Jesus and asked, “Lord, don’t You care that my sister has left me to do the work by myself?  Tell her to help me!”  “Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered, “you are worried and upset about many things, but few things are needed – or indeed only one.  Mary has chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from her.”  (Luke 10: 38-42)
The Apostles had already discovered that being in the presence of Jesus, was where they wanted to be, and they could not understand why He would be leaving them.   They were not hearing Him say, “You will follow later.”  They were not hearing Him say, “I will never leave you or forsake you.” (Jos 1:5) They were not hearing Him say, “Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:20)  They did not know He was saying,  “I must return to Heaven, and reign at the right hand of the Father, and then I will be with you wherever you are.  For Father will send you the Holy Spirit to give you the strength and power you will need as you REMAIN HERE TO DELIVER THE GOOD NEWS UNTIL IT IS TIME FOR YOU TO COME HOME.  Then you will follow Me to Heaven.  For the Father, and the Holy Spirit, and I, are One.  And wherever you are, I am there, Our Father is there, the Holy Spirit is there, in you, to bring about miracles of faith and tell the Good News here on earth.  This is what Jesus was saying when He said, “You cannot follow now, but you WILL follow later.  I will not leave you, I am with you always.” “Here, there, everywhere.”
So it is for each of us.  When we fall in love with Jesus, and desire to be with Him, so it is.  He is always with us in the body, and in our soul and spirit in the Holy Spirit.  He is with us here on earth, and of course will be with us in heaven.  He will never leave us or forsake us.  Where He is; we will follow, for there is where we want to be, and there is where He wants us, and so it is. 💚 So let us be about our labor of love here on earth.  Let us tell the Good News. Jesus is Lord, and He is with us always.- wherever we are.💚
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“By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13: 35

“A new command I give you:  Love one another.  As I have loved you, so you must love one another.  By this everyone will know that you are my disciples if you love one another.”
John 13: 34-35
In the Book of Leviticus, we see where God gave Moses the standards the Israelites would keep to live a Holy Life.  Chapter 19:18 says, “Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against anyone among your people, but love your neighbor as yourself.  I am the Lord.”  Therefore,  “Love one another”, was not a new Command, it was a new command from Jesus.  What Jesus was saying is this; “Love one another as “I” have loved you.”  This was a new level of Love.
There were many instances where the Israelites were complaining, and quarreling and dividing into Groups, ie Pharisees, Sadducees, etc. and today, Christians dividing into Protestants and Catholics, with over 600 different denominations – some being very non accepting of the other, so Jesus is saying:  “I give you a new command to Love one another, as I have loved you.  He wants His church, His body to be as one; He wants us to love as one as we represent Him.   By His words and actions He said, “I have loved you unconditionally.  I accept you for who you are; accept each other for who each of you are.”    He said,” I am about to lay down my life for you to prove my love for you, prove your love to one another by your actions.  Help each other when it is not convenient.  Help each other even if it is hard to do.  Consider others welfare beyond your own, and do not be self seeking. Show patience and kindness to those who have not shown it to you, and keep no record of wrongs.  Love does not boast, and does not allow pride in self to lead; it always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.”
When Jesus says, “Love one another as I have loved you; by this everyone will know that you are my disciples.”, these things, these acts, and these attitudes of love are brought to mind.  They are given by Christ, and are expressed in many places by those who wrote down the Word, and in particular in 1 Corinthians 13.  They set the Christian apart.  As we love others like this, we are loving the way He does.  As we love like this we are clearly showing that we are His disciples.  We are clearly showing He is in us; loving through us, giving us the spirit of power to love as He does.  This kind of love comes through walking in the Spirit.  In the flesh it shall not be, but in the Spirit, it shall be done. 💚
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Happy Easter!!! He is New Life!!! “To Him be glory and power forever and ever. Amen” Revelations l: 6

My Daughter is over 49, and my Son is 49, and my wife still has them, along with our Grandson who is 18, and others of various ages that come to this glorious event, hunting Easter Eggs on Easter Sunday. My job is to hide the eggs, (they are plastic and are various shapes and colors), and then help her with games and prizes she puts together based upon different shapes, and colors, and sizes of the eggs found, and songs she has selected. It is quite a fun event, and then when it is over, we talk about the love of God, and what Easter is really all about.

Easter is the time to celebrate what the Lord has done for us, and what He does each day. A time to remember afresh the Pass Over Week, and weekend when the lives of Mankind were changed forever. I love the story one of my dear friends from Houston has sent me a couple of times about Easter. Please let me share a short paraphrase of it with you. It is about a teacher who had a child in her class with some serious health issues and severe learning disabilities. She never knew if he was getting what she said because his reaction never told her. One Easter season she gave each child an empty plastic Egg, and asked them to put something in it that represented new life. Some of the kids put in things like fresh flowers, and green grass, but this young man’s egg was empty. When she opened the egg and saw that it was empty, the Teacher did not know if he had understood the assignment. When asked he said, “The empty egg was for the empty tomb.” His Dad had told him the Good News. Because of the Resurrection of Christ Jesus by His Father God, New Life had walked out of that tomb leaving it empty of death, and bringing new life to all mankind who would accept it. Amen. Yes, He got it. May it be so for each of us. Let us just tell the Good News and leave the results to the Lord.

This week, and weekend, we have celebrated the final week of Christ Jesus’ first walk upon this earth. He will be back. The Word tells us the week began with Him receiving the glory and honor of a King as He entered Jerusalem, but moved into His execution on a cross on the Friday of that week. The Word leads us to celebrate the weekend because Sunday is the first day of the new week, and it is the day we rejoice over the fact that Christ Jesus defeated death, and lives in Victory as He sits upon the Throne of Grace at the right hand of the Father. We celebrate what Christ did in His Spirit after He left His mortal body hanging on that cross.on that Friday. The Word says He descended into the lower depths, (Ephesians 4:7-10), took back the keys of the kingdom from the thief, (Revelations 1:18-19), and set the captives free, and gave assignments to mankind, assumed the position of King of Kings, and then on Sunday Morning became the firstborn from the dead into this new body we shall inherit!
“To Him who loves us and has freed us from our sins by His blood, and has made us to be a kingdom and priests to serve His God and Father – to Him be glory and power forever and ever.” Amen. (Revelations 1: 5-6)

What a weekend! What a Savior! What is ours through Him as we walk in His Presence and Love!


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“Now the Son of Man is glorified and God is glorified in Him.” John 13: 31

As we continue our study of the Gospel of John, we pick up at verse 31 of Chapter 13. Judas had just left the upper room where Jesus and His disciples were celebrating the Pass Over. He was going to betray Jesus to the Jew’s Leadership. Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the Apostle writes:

“When he (Judas) was gone, Jesus said, “Now the Son of Man is glorified and God is glorified in Him. If God is glorified in Him, God will glorify the Son in Himself and will glorify Him at once.” (John 13: 31-32)

When Jesus sent Judas on the way to betray Him, this was Step One of the Magnificent Plan that had been created to save Mankind. Only Jesus Christ, and The Father, and The Holy Spirit knew of this plan. Satan, and the Jewish Leadership, and the Pharisees, and the Sadducees and those who followed them wanted Jesus dead. But little did they know this needed to happen for the plan to go forward.

Satan wanted Jesus dead because Jesus was the Messiah; and Satan thought the Messiah would take back the promised throne of David, and take back the keys of the kingdom he had stolen from Adam. He thought the chosen race killing Jesus because they did not believe in Him would stop that. The Jewish Leadership wanted Jesus dead because part of them did not believe Jesus was the Messiah, because He had not come in with a physical Army to set them free from Rome. The other part wanted Jesus dead because they were afraid the people would make Jesus High Priest, and remove them from their control of the people. But what our God of Love wanted, was to set us free from the sin and death man had fallen into through Adam. The shed blood and death of the perfect sacrifice would accomplish that. Jesus had come to earth to be the Messiah, and the Perfect Sacrifice.
Father God was willing to allow His Son to die for us because He loves us unconditionally; and His Son was willing to die for us because He loves us unconditionally.

God always has a plan. He does nothing by mistake. He does nothing ahead of its time, or nothing behind its time. “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” (Ecclesiastes 3: 1) Many times we do not understand the plan, and it is not imperative that we do, but this we do understand, He always gets it right. None of them knew what they were doing except the Lord. Let us always bear in mind, He is sovereign, He is love, we can and must trust Him for us to have Peace. For as the Word says, “Who has known the mind of the Lord so as to instruct Him.” (1 Corinthians 2:15.) Let us trust His mind, let us trust His heart; in all things and in all ways. He loves us so; He proved that by sending Jesus to meet our needs. We can trust that He always will work to meet our needs, He will always make it all come together for our Good as we walk with Him in Love. For in this He is glorified. In this He shows His unconditional love for us. Walk in His Love, God’s Beloveds. Jesus is His Love. Expect to be greatly blessed in Him. 💚

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As soon as Judas took the Bread, Satan entered into him. John 13:27

As we continue our study of the Gospel of John, we pick up at at verse 25, of Chapter 13. Jesus, and His Disciples were at the Passover Meal, the Last Supper for Him, and He had made the statement that one of them would betray Him; for He was a wanted man. John was sitting next to Jesus, and Peter asked John to find out who it was. The Word says,

“Leaning back against Jesus, he asked Him, ‘Lord, who is it?’ Jesus answered, ‘It is the one to whom I will give this piece of bread when have dipped it in the dish.’ Then dipping the piece of bread, He gave it to Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot. As soon as Judas took the bread, Satan entered into him. So Jesus told him, ‘What you have to do, do quickly.’ But no one at the meal understood why Jesus said this to him Since Judas had charge of the money, some thought Jesus was telling him to buy what was needed for the festival, or to give something to the poor. As soon as Judas had taken the bread, he went out. And it was night.” John 13: 25 – 30.

Many opinions have been given as to why Judas betrayed Jesus, but we can only give opinions, we do not know why for certain. We can only know for sure when the Word tells us, and it tells us that Satan entered into the heart of Judas, at the Pass Over Supper, and Judas went about doing what he had agreed to do. Betray Jesus. The Word tells us Judas was in fact a thief, and that Satan had entered him prior to the Pass Over, and that he had already been paid in advance 30 pieces of silver to betray Jesus. So he was open access to the devil to enter in and give focus and power to do the job he needed to do that night. The arrest, the mock trial, the beating, the crucifixion, the death of our Lord was all part of the plan of salvation. Judas and the devil were used in that plan though they had no idea they were being used. The devil thought the death of the Messiah would stop the saving of mankind. Judas, even though he had seen the miracles of Jesus, and was taught personally by Him, was willing to be used because He had not given himself to the Messiah.

Things happen, and often people are used to make those things happen – people who know the Lord, and people that do not know the Lord. Understanding these things are well above our pay grade at this time, but here is truth. God is Sovereign. He always has our best interest in mind. Trust Him. He is Love. He is Good. Christ is our Righteousness.

When we abide, that is live in, the Righteousness of Christ, evil cannot enter into our heart and mind. When we abide in the fallen flesh, it can. Let us live and walk in the Spirit of God who is within us when we accept Jesus as Lord. Evil cannot abide where God is, for God is Light, and Love. Light and Love always overcomes the darkness and despair of any situation. Let us always trust, and believe that it does, and know that we will see it happen as we continue our walk of faith in Him.💚

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“The Disciple whom Jesus Loved.” John 13:23

We continue our study of the Gospel of John. Picking up at verse 21 in Chapter 13, we read the words penned by the Apostle under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit:

“After He had said this, Jesus was troubled in spirit, and testified, ‘Very truly I tell you one of you is going to betray Me.’ His disciples stared at one another, at a loss to know which of them He meant. One of them, the disciple whom Jesus loved, was reclining next to Him. Simon Peter motioned to this disciple and said, ‘Ask Him which one He means.’
John 13: 21-24

There are three truths we can draw from these passages.
1. Once again we see the fact that Jesus dealt with the same feelings that we do as He was troubled in spirit over what was to happen. Jesus wants us to live in a spirit of peace, but that comes as we learn to let His Peace reign over whatever may be troubling us. He has a plan for each of us, and He will always bring it to pass. But sometimes we get in the way and delay it as we let our feelings control our actions rather than going with the process and trusting Him.
2. The Apostle John referred to himself as “the disciple whom Jesus loved”, and certainly he was. But Jesus loves each of His disciples – those of us who have chosen to believe Him, and ask Him into our lives, and follow Him in The Way; so John had no greater love from our Lord than any other. Perhaps John believed he was special to the Lord, and no doubt he was, but so are each of us. It is when we believe that truth, and operate in that love and special place He has for each of us, that we receive that wonderful beautiful Peace that passes all understanding.’
3. Peter may have been simply using the fact that John was reclining beside Jesus, and wanted him to ask Jesus the question because he was close to Him, or Peter may have felt that Jesus would tell John, but not him if he asked. If the latter were the case, we must always know without a doubt that Jesus talks to each of us, and that we do not need someone to speak for us to Him. We are given the privilege to be intercessors, and we should pray intercessory prayers for our brothers and sisters, and children, but when it comes to a question or a prayer for us, we go straight to the Lord. He always has time for us, and will sit and talk with us about anything that is on our heart.. Whatever the feeling, He is Lord over it and wants us to talk with Him about it as the Friend that He is. Son of Man. Son of God. Our very Best Friend. 💚

“Grace and Peace be yours in Abundance.”

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“Now that you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them.” John 13:17

We continue our study of the Gospel of John, picking up at verse 8 of chapter 13. Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the Apostle wrote:

“No,” said Peter, “You shall never wash my feet.” Jesus answered, “Unless I wash you, you have no part with Me.” “Then Lord,” Simon Peter replied, “not just my feet but my hands and head as well.” Jesus answered, “Those who have had a bath need only to wash their feet; their whole body is clean. And you are clean, though not every one of you.” For He knew who was going to betray Him, and that is why He said not every one was clean. When He had finished washing their feet, He put on His clothes and returned to His place, “Do you understand what I have done for you?” He asked them. “You call Me Teacher, and Lord, and rightly so, for that is what I AM. Now that I, Your Lord and Teacher have washed your feet, you also should wash one another’s feet. I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you. Very truly I tell you, no servant is greater than his master, nor is a messenger greater than the one who sent him. Now that you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them.” John 13: 8-17.

As we have seen again, and again, Everything Jesus did had purpose. Just as everything that comes into our lives has purpose if we are walking with Him.
The Lord did not just talk about washing each other’s feet, He took off His outer wrap, and washed the feet of every Disciple. He didn’t just talk about the role a a Servant/Leader He displayed it. He knew this Team He had assembled would be performing miracles, healing the sick, and representing Him in ways that could make them think of themselves more highly than would be healthy. He wanted them to see Him perform a servant’s task, to make it clear. No one person is above another, regardless of title. Though He is Teacher, and Lord, He is servant to all as well. Though He is God Almighty, He is among us in His sweet Holy Spirit. He is serving us breathe by breathe in love, and power. He is on the Throne, but is serving us at the same time. This is the Good News. This is what we can live in, and share with everyone in our lives that will hear.

The point I believe He was making about us only needing to wash our feet if we have had a bath is about walking in this life as one with Him. When we receive Him as Lord, His Holy Spirit enters into our spirit, and we are given that bath; we are washed clean within by the power of His blood that was shed for us, and that now flows within us. His blood becomes one with ours; cleansing, and protecting, and perfecting, and healing, and attracting good. We become One with Him, and He with us. However, externally, we walk in the world, and can easily become more in the flesh, than in the spirit if we are not constantly on point. When the Lord said, “Wash your feet,” He is reminding us to look at those things that might have caused some dirt or stain externally that day. We can wash by confessing them, and be cleansed by the power of the blood within. Our whole body is clean as we do.

We may not be able to wash each other’s feet, literally, but we can wash them by praying for each other. This can be the power that a brother or a sister is in need of to help them with whatever they are dealing with, or walking through. The Lord says you will be blessed as you do. 💚

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“You do not realize what I am doing, but later you will understand.” John 13: 7

As we continue our study of the Gospel of John, we pick up at verse 6 of chapter 13. Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the Apostle wrote:

“He came to Simon Peter, who said to Him, ‘Lord, are you going to wash my feet?’ Jesus replied, ‘You do not realize what I am doing, but later you will understand.’

‘No’, said Peter, ‘You shall never wash my feet,’ Jesus answered, ‘Unless I wash you, you have no part with Me.’ ‘Then, Lord,’ Simon Peter replied, ‘not just my feet, but my hands and my head as well.’ Jesus answered, ‘Those who have had a bath need only to wash their feet, their whole body is clean.’ (John 13: 6-10)

Jesus, and His Disciples were celebrating the Pass Over, and were at what would later be called ‘The Last Supper’. The Lord had taken off His outer garment, and had wrapped a towel around His waist, and was washing the feet of His Disciples. When He got to Peter, He was told “No”. This could have been because Peter did not want to see Jesus as a Servant, because he saw Him as a King, we do not know. But when the Lord told him what he did, Peter said ‘Take all of me.”

Jesus explained two things. One, “You sometimes do not realize what I am doing, but later you will understand.”, and two, “When you allow Me to have all of you, you are clean, you need only to wash your feet.”

No doubt, each of us have encountered things, or have had things to happen in our lives that we did not understand, but later saw the purpose and beauty of it. One of the largest in my life is when I fell and broke my back while on a business trip. I fell backwards over the edge of my tub as I was bathing. The incidents around all of it are amazing to me to this day. But after several months, and some tough going for a while, the Lord took it from a near death experience to a life literally transformed in health, and vitality. As He said to Peter, He said to me, “You do not realize what I am doing, but later you will understand.” He taught me to trust Him when I could not understand what was going on. He taught me to believe that when I stay with Him in trust and faith, that I will come to understand there is always a purpose. Point two, we shall cover next week.

Have a wonderful week as you walk with our Lord in faith and trust, God’s Beloveds. As we trust, and walk in expectation of good, we see that He is beautiful and exciting in all that He does; that life is never boring, and His unearned Love is amazing.

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Servant Leadership. John 13: 1-5

As we continue our study of the Gospel of John, we pick up at Chapter 13, verse 1. Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, John writes:

“It was just before the Passover Festival. Jesus knew that the hour had come for Him to leave this world and go to the Father. Having loved His own who were in the world, He loved them to the end. The evening meal was in progress, and the devil had already prompted Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot to betray Jesus. Jesus knew that the Father had put all things under His power, and that He had come from God and was returning to God; so He got up from the meal, took off His outer clothing, and wrapped a towel around His waist. After that He poured water into a basin and began to wash His disciples feet, drying them with the towel that was wrapped around Him. (John 13: 1-5)

The Passover Festival was one of, if not the most important Festival of Celebration for the Jews. This celebrated the fact of the angel of death Passing Over the Israelite’s First Born as the Lord was dealing with the Pharaoh’s heart to let His people go. (Exodus 12:) This was to show the power of God to protect, and deliver those who look to Him in faith. The Lord instituted a new celebration from the Passover that night for those who believe in Him: the celebration that we call “The Lord’s Supper”, or “Communion”. More on that beautiful act of worship later that is ours to live life abundantly in, but before He introduced this, and many other things that He would teach that night, He modeled for them, “Servant Leadership”.

Father had put “ALL things under the authority of Jesus when He came to earth to live as a man. Jesus had come from Heaven as The Son of God. He walked on earth as The Son of Man. The incredible miracles He performed of raising people from the dead, feeding thousands with five tiny loaves of bread, and two small fish that were available, healing the blind, and diseased and the those crippled for years, the love that He showed in forgiving sins and setting people free, were about to be sealed with the greatest of them all; the power of His body and His blood, and His Love. The greatest power ever given to man was His. But He wanted to show that power that is given to each of us comes from serving. He came to serve. He came to save. So did we. As the greatest man that ever lived took the role of a servant, one that would wash another person’s feet, He showed that we never put ourselves above anyone else. Pride and Position can take charge and overshadow the message of Love. Taking the role of a Servant when necessary can put everything into perspective.

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