Maundy Thursday

This is the fifth day of Holy Week when we remember Jesus washing the feet of His disciples and the Last Supper. May we never forget how amazing it was for the creator of the world to kneel down at the feet of those who would soon betray Him. He wasn’t kneeling before kings. He completely took on the role of a servant. It is likely that none of the disciples would be willing to do such a thing.

Where does that leave us? We should never consider any task which God asks us to do is too lowly. Surely we should be a servant to those who need us. That means not hogging the limelight, not wanting the best seat or looking for praise from others. In the light of Jesus’ actions, when He became a Servant King, we too must follow. in servanthood.