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The Footwasher's Feast

by Rev. Kirby Williams

A Communion-day parable on the significance of Jesus' foot-washing.

Text: John 13:6-8
Date: 09/08/2019, the Traditional service.
Series: "The Kingdom Feast" Part 4

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On the night Jesus celebrated the Passover with His disciples for the last time, He instituted what we call Communion, or "The Lord's Supper". On the same evening, He washed His disciples feet in a gesture that has profound significance, both to Christ's model of servanthood and His redemptive mission and purpose. In this message we will combine these two great events in a fanciful story underscoring the importance of being a redeemed believer in Christ before participating in the sacrament of Holy Communion. The purpose of the story is to help recapture the lost reverence for The Lord's Supper as a means of grace, in order to bolster the faith of believers and facilitate our walk with Christ. Jesus calls us to His table for a special time of Communion with Him but requires first that He symbolically and redemptively "washes our feet". For after all-- this is the Footwasher's Feast!


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I. Introduction, 1Cor. 11:27-30.
II. A Communion parable.
A. Reading the biblical record, John 13:1-17.
B. A trip to the Upper Room.
1. Disclaimer
2. Observing the Footwasher's Feast.
a. The layout of the Upper Room.
b. The room is prepared.
c. The Footwasher arrives, Isa. 53:2.
d. The feast begins.
e. Washing the disciples' feet.
f. The "would-be" participants, Matt. 5:20.
g. The lesson for Peter.
h. A room full of sinners.
i. Jesus serves the Feast, John 6:35, 51.
j. Epilogue
III. Conclusion, John 14:6.

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