Wet Feet And Dry Shoes In The Body Of Christ.

Christ left His place, full of grace.

Stooping down to wash our feet

Returned He again to His own position.

To the head of the body.

That’s who we are in The Body Of Christ.

A simple act of love goes a long way.

Proposition to love as He loves us.

A price far above rubies is the body of Christ.

That’s who we are, The Body Of Christ.

He died for all and for a chosen few

He washed their feet and dried them too.

That’s who we are The Body Of Christ.

A servant is great for their service here.

Who will be a servant and who will be there.

For the washing of our feet is our rite.

For The Body Of Christ, that’s right.

Respect your body!

yells a preacher on Sunday morning.

Respect the Body of Christ he screamed.

For that’s who we are, The Body Of Christ.

The messenger is timely in admonishing us with what he told the morning church.

That’s who we are, The Body Of Christ.

An entitlement he preached given us.

Thirty coins of silver was way too cheap.

With an evasive love He washed our feet.

For the least of these he admonished me.

That’s who we are the Body Of Christ.

Standing tall in the kingdom.

Is easier said than done.

For a servant is not greater than his master.

And to do as He says is the order of a Christian.

To be like Christ by definition.

Wet Feet In Dry Shoes

Jesus taught as he washed our feet.

In servitude to His body.

That’s who we are the Body Of Christ.

He be our head and we be His body.

That’s who we are in the Body Of Christ.

5After that, he poured water into a basin and began to wash his disciples’ feet, drying them with the towel that was wrapped around him.

Doing likewise is a critical part.

For that’s who we are in the body of Christ.

Don’t forget to wash and dry them too.

Wet feet don’t feel good in dry shoes.

That’s who we are The Body Of Christ.

Gairey