''Don't Sit. Serve" That one phrase was so powerful to me, it made a profound statement. Be useful in the kingdom of God. It Doesn't Matter What Your Title Is On Earth, When God Sees You He Only Sees A Servant People can serve in various capacities. Jesus set an example for us when He washed the feet of His disciples, an example of servant leadership. Washing the feet of one's guest was not the job of a leader, host or rabbi, but the chore of a servant. Jesus took on the role to show His followers how they ought to care for one another. As Christians we should look for opportunities to serve others. If you look throughout Christ entire earthly ministry you will soon discover that Christ was the ultimate servant. Christ didn't choose to serve, He chose to be a servant, a very distinct difference in the two. Servants unbiasedly serve everyone. We shouldn't go to church to sit, if there is a need to serve others by assisting in some capacity at church, by all means serve, if there is a need to serve in the community to help others then serve. It's all good. Servitude Should Be An Everyday Practice Of Our Lives. Christ Make It Very Clear, He didn't come to be served but to serve. Likewise, we as Christians should never look for anyone to serve us; we should go out of our way to serve others. It Doesn't Matter What Your Title Is On Earth, When God Sees You He Only Sees A Servant. Galatians 5:13 says, "the Christian purpose in serving should always be to glorify God, never use it as a ploy to gain notoriety. The church works best when we see ourselves as participants, not as spectators. Not only in the church but in the mission field which can be in our own community. So how do we find, or rediscover, joy in service? By shifting our focus away from ourselves: by appreciating that: “the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45). Jesus did not come for you to serve him. He came to serve you. He came to make you his friend, part of his bride, a son of his Father. It’s only as we grasp this that we find ourselves able to serve, but now in freedom and with joy. After all, if you work for a friend, you work hard; if you do something for your spouse, you do it joyfully; if you are in a family business, you freely go the extra mile.