Down at Jesus’ feet. Matthew 15:30
What a blessed place is this! O, to be found continually at His feet! Being “down at Jesus’ feet” is:
A Place of Healing. We read here that the lame—those who could not walk; the blind—those who could not see; the dumb—those who could not talk; the maimed—those who could not work, all were cast down with many others at Jesus’ feet. “Cast… down” (Matt. 15:30, KJV) means to be thrown down in all their worthlessness and helplessness—and Jesus healed them!
A Place of Learning. “Mary… sat at Jesus’ feet and heard His word” (Luke 10:39). The Lord spoke of this as more needful than much serving. Oh, to be found here.
A Place of Worship. “They came and held Him by the feet and worshiped Him.” (Matt. 28:9). The disciples had met the risen Lord and He had said, “Rejoice!” (v. 9), and they worshiped.
At Your feet is a blessed place, Lord. O, to be found continually there!
According to Your Word