Soon we were walking the narrow streets to the Upper Room.
The room itself was not very impressive, since it was built over and over again across the ages. On the other hand, when we took a moment to stop and breathe and listen, the spirit flooded our hearts and minds with power of what had occurred in this very spot: Jesus meets the disciples and women. He knows he will die soon … yet he has two more lessons to teach.
Imagine a world where we, all Christians, daily stopped to wash someone’s feet, especially someone they did not know?
And then we sang “Lord prepare me to be a sanctuary, pure and Holy, tried and true. With thanksgiving, I’ll be a living, sanctuary for you.” Indeed, Jesus puts his full trust in you to continue onward in his ministry. To bring the Good News to all people, no matter the sacrifice it requires. Jesus knew all about sacrifice, did he not!
We came across a reminder that Peter would deny him three
Am I willing to walk with Jesus? I cried to myself as I knelt to touch the stones.
Then we journeyed to where Jesus was taken, after being Psalm 88 - imagining his suffering for all humanity.
We then proclaimed the Good News! That Christ died for our