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The Passover Feast

Joyce Meyer (6)

Can I help you with that? Could I do that for you? Could I give you a ride there? You don’t have one of these. I have two.  Can I give you one? John 13:1 says:  before the Passover feast began, Jesus knew and was fully aware that the time had come for him to leave this world and return to the father.  And as he had loved those who were his own in the world, he now loved them to the last and to the highest degree. Wow! If I’m understanding this right, he’s saying that loving people to the highest degree you can love them is all about serving them. (v. 2)

So it was during supper, satan already having put the thought of betraying Jesus in the heart of Judas, (v. 3) that Jesus, knowing (fully aware) that the father had put everything into his hands and that he had come from God and was now returning to God — verse 3 is very important because it’s telling us that he is able to wash feet because he knew who he was. If you’re trying to impress people so you can impress yourself, then you won’t be able to serve people, you’ll only be able to do things that seem to be important because you will think that you get your worth and value out of the important things that you do.

I’ll tell you the truth and I mean this with all my heart, I think some of the most important people in the world and some of the most important people to God are the ones who do the little things behind the scenes.  (amen!) (applause) I really do!  I believe that. Even Billy graham has said publicly:  I’m getting a lot of my reward right here right now. You may not have somebody clapping for you every time you stand up like I do, but let me tell you something: if you’re doing behind the scenes simple little things that God has told you to do, you have an equal reward to anybody else.

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