Sometimes the biggest things you do are actually the small things. Jesus taught and demonstrated this lesson many times. On the night before His crucifixion, Jesus was with His disciples sharing a meal. The custom of the time was for someone to make sure each dinner guest was properly refreshed by washing the dust and mud from their feet. On this occasion, none of Jesus’ disciples had volunteered for the job. So Jesus did. He went around the table and, one by one, washed the feet of all the disciples, including Judas. He showed the greatness of His character by His small, servant-hearted action of washing feet.
Think about this in your life. Remember that sometimes the biggest things you’ll ever do are the small things you do to lovingly serve others. Go wash some feet today.