At His Feet

John 12:1-11

March 22, 2020 • Pastor Jack Schull

Tonight we see an encounter with Jesus, where a worship moment breaks out at a dinner party. There is boldness and an intimacy in this action from Mary that must have shocked the guests reclining at the table. Some think it's a waste, but Jesus relishes it. Mary's posture of praise invites us to take our worries and exchange it for worship in the presence of our mighty Savior. Jesus is worth our utmost devotion, not simply some attention from time to time.

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John ch. 6 • March 1, 2020 • Pastor Jack Schull

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