The night before He went to the cross, the Savior of the world stood up from the head of the table. Wrapped in a towel, the King knelt before His subjects and washed their feet. The Teacher taught His students to serve in both word and deed (John 13). The Creator served His creation.
And it is our loving privilege to serve Him in return. As Joshua in the Old Testament and Anna in the New Testament (Luke 2:37) we serve the Lord with prayer and fasting. As the Christians throughout the world and during all times, when we feed or clothe or comfort the least of these, we serve Christ (Matthew 25). And as the apostles, when we disciple, teach, and study, we are pouring out our service to the Servant King (Philippians 2:17).
Come with me as we grow in fellowship with each other and our Savior to whom belongs the Amazing Escape from sin and death and the Amazing Journey into glorious life.