I. The humility of the Master. (Jn. 13:4-5)
A. Jesus’ humility is manifested in that in spite of the current agrument of the disciples, He washed their feet.
B. Jesus humility is manfested in that He donned the attire and task of a slave.
C. Jesus’ humility manifested itself in that He washed the feet, even of Judas.
II. The perplexity of the servant. (Jn. 13:6-10a)
A. Peter’s perplexity is manifested in a conflict of thoughts, words, and motives.
B. Peter’s perplexity is manifested in an inability to comprehend what Jesus was doing.
C. Peter’s perplexity is manifested in an unknowlegable exuberance.
III. The surety of salvation. (Jn. 13:10b)
IV. The tragedy of betrayal. (Jn. 13:10c-11)