He Gets Us Foot Washing Super Bowl Commercial

He Gets Us Foot Washing Super Bowl Commercial – He Gets Us shares people washing feet and shows Jesus didn’t hate, He washed feet. #HeGetsUs

He Gets Us Foot Washing Super Bowl Commercial

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“He Gets Us” is using again the power of the Super Bowl commercials on the big game where San Francisco 49ers will play against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVIII.

Jesus washing the feet of his disciples is described in the New Testament, John 13:1-17. This event occurred during the Last Supper, and it’s commonly known as the “Foot Washing” or “Foot Washing Ceremony.”

He Gets Us Super Bowl Commercial - He Gets Us shares people washing feet and shows Jesus didn’t hate, He washed feet. #HeGetsUs
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The act of foot washing holds several Christian significances:

  1. Humility: By washing the feet of his disciples, Jesus demonstrated humility and service, teaching his followers to serve one another with humility and love.
  2. Example of Service: Jesus used this act as an example of how his followers should serve others, emphasizing the importance of selfless service and putting others’ needs before our own.
  3. Spiritual Cleansing: Foot washing symbolizes spiritual cleansing and forgiveness. It represents the cleansing of sins and the renewal of one’s commitment to following Christ.
  4. Equality and Unity: Foot washing emphasizes the equality of all individuals before God and promotes unity among believers. Regardless of one’s social status or position, everyone is equal in God’s eyes.
  5. Preparation for Ministry: In some Christian traditions, foot washing serves as a symbolic act of preparation for ministry or service within the church, reminding believers of their call to serve others in love.

Overall, foot washing is a powerful symbol in Christianity that emphasizes humility, service, spiritual cleansing, equality, unity, and preparation for ministry.


He Gets Us also ran a commercial in the 2023 Super Bowl LVII

Learn more about He Gets Us at hegetsus.com

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