Here's the lesson from last week: Jesus washing the disciple's feet
Jesus and his disciples gathered for a special Passover meal. Jesus knew He would be leaving them soon. After dinner, Jesus wrapped a towel around his waist and filled a bowl with water. Jesus washed and dried his close friends' feet one by one. Then it was Peter's turn. He felt uncomfortable with the Lord washing his feet. Jesus insisted Peter let Him so he could become part of God's kingdom. Then Jesus let them know that they must do this with each other in service to one another. By doing this, Jesus showed the disciples how to love and serve others.
Washing a guests' feet was a custom during Jesus' time as the roads were dusty and guests' feet were dirty. Even though we wash our own feet now, this is still a great act of love and service we could show to one another. Even simple acts can make a big impact on others. Think of something small and simple that you could do to show others love and kindness and serve one another in the name of Jesus.
I think at times we can get overwhelmed with the thought of serving others. We think it asks too much of us. We think we don't have enough time. That we don't have enough money. But we do! Serving others doesn't require much - just that we are present and live intentionally.