Jesus professed to be a servant as he washed feet and commanded his followers to continue his example of servanthood. The apostles should not have been surprised by Jesus’ unusual gesture. They had been with him three years, enough time to see Jesus putting others before himself. Once again, Jesus puts others before himself when he cooks breakfast for his apostles. Maybe Jesus was whistling, a chuckle playing on his lips, as he thought of their surprise to see him now risen from the dead—and in such a place. No temple or synagogue or verdant garden, but a campfire in their former stamping grounds. Perhaps Jesus is recalling the many times he said, “I came not to be served but to serve.” The system of have and have not, lord and servant, more worthy and less worthy needed to be washed away in the Sea of Galilee. Maybe this time his apostles would get it. “There’s always hope,” he thought.