A Black Man Washing A White Man's Feet

What if we sought to wash others' feet as a lifestyle?




A black man...

Washing a white man’s feet.

A brother...

Washing a brother’s feet...

A child of God...

Washing a child of God’s feet...

A servant of Jesus...

Washing feet as his master Jesus did.

This is spiritual warfare.




My wife and I prayed this morning after I was awakened by a dream that troubled my spirit.

The point of the dream was simple: “You can’t depend on someone else for your healing.”

I posted the dream and a message on www.faith-feed.com if you care to read it.

But during prayer I began to declare that we need a prophetic sign...

We need black Christians to wash the feet of white Christians (even typing that felt ridiculous 😞).

And so I told Chasattee, “I think the Lord wants me to wash Chance Walters’ feet.”

She told me she saw the same thing in her mind as I was praying (And she reminded me of when Mr. Rogers got in a pool with a black man on television).

This is about service, yes.

But...

It’s more about love and... obedience.

“So if I, the Lord and the Teacher, washed your feet, you ought to wash one another’s feet as well.” --John‬ ‭13:14‬ ‭AMP‬‬

There are some stony places in our hearts that need breaking. As I was washing Chance’s feet I knew I WAS SERVING THE LORD. And when he volunteered afterward to wash my feet 😳 I was touched. I heard the Lord say, “Do you think it took you more humility to wash his feet than it takes him to wash yours?” I got the point immediately. We all need to be humble. And it takes the same humility for white, black, etc. to love each other. For all of us... it takes the same Love of Jesus. Also, when he was washing my feet I heard the Lord say, “Look at him!” I was shy about it at first. But when I looked at Chance, I heard the Lord say, “You’re looking at me.” What if we all saw the Jesus in everyone else? He died for everyone. So why can’t we love EVERYONE HE DIED FOR? I pray for the “black church,” the “white church,” the whole church. The church. If we walk in His love... There’s nothing we can’t conquer. Yes, even racial division. It all must bow to the name and power of Jesus Christ.

“Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.” ‭ --1 John‬ ‭4:7-8‬ ‭KJV‬‬

AMEN.




P.S. — My wife also felt led to wash the feet of Chance’s wife. Chas and I both felt called to honor the Lord and honor our friends.





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