Lord, I Want You (1 of 3) by Ken Trivette
This content is part of a series.Lord, I Want You (1 of 3)
Series: At the Feet of Jesus
1. There are five occasions in the book of Luke that we find someone at the feet of Jesus. We see a woman weeping at His feet (7:38), a man sitting at His feet (8:35), a ruler falling at His feet (8:41), a leper praising at His feet (17:15-16), and Mary listening at His feet (10:39).
2. Each of these scenes of someone at the feet of Jesus is worth one's attention and consideration. The reason why we find each of these individuals at the feet of Jesus is both enlightening and encouraging. Yet of all the individuals we find at the feet of Jesus, none speak to the heart anymore than Mary.
3. Mary was the sister of Martha and Lazarus. She is distinguished from other Mary's in the Bible as ''Mary of Bethany.'' Herbert Lockyer calls her ''The woman everlastingly remembered.''1 The most interesting feature of Mary's life is that each time you find her mentioned in the Bible she is always at the feet of Jesus. In Luke 10:39, she is found sitting at His feet. In John 11:32, she is found falling at His feet. In John 12:3, she is found bowing at His feet. Her favorite place was at the feet of Jesus. At His feet was a common occurrence in Mary's life.
4. Each time we find Mary at the feet of Jesus there is a blessed and precious quality about her heart that is revealed.
* In Luke 10 her actions she seems to say, ''Lord, I want You.''
* In John 11 her actions she seems to say, ''Lord, I need You.''
* In John 12 her actions she seems to say, ''Lord, I love You.''
5. In our study I want us to consider these three occasions Mary is found at the feet of Jesus. In our first study I want us to look at the first of these three occasions. We read in Luke 10:39 ''And she had a sister called Mary, which also sat at Jesus' feet, and heard his word.'' In her actions we hear Mary saying, ''Lord, I want you.'' Mary wanted to be near and close to her Lord. Her deepest desire was to be at H ...
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