Sitting at the feet of Lord Jesus

Sitting is a posture that demonstrates a noble relationship with the master. In many cultures, students sit at the feet of gurus, wash the feet of gurus, and even worship them. Peter fell at the feet of the Lord worshiping Him. (Luke 5: 8) The man who was delivered from demon possession sat at Lord’s feet. (Luke 8:35) While Martha was busy, her sister Mary chose a good eternal part by sitting at His feet. (Luke 10:38-42)
Love Him: Those who love the Lord sit at His feet to listen to His sweet voice, divine wisdom, and immense comfort. God’s love is wonderful, attractive, powerful, and unconditional, and transforms a person. The demon-possessed man was transformed by the love of Lord Jesus Christ, and he responded in love. Earlier he was mistreated, mocked, and even stoned, his response was violence. Lord loved him, he calmly sat at his feet.
Listen to Him: Despite many noises around, Mary sat at His feet to listen. She prioritized listening to Him as it was a golden opportunity, perhaps once in her lifetime. Listening and obeying is the key to becoming a wise person like the one who built his house upon the rock. (Matthew 7:24)
Surrender and submission: It also implies surrender and submission. Lord is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. People of faith joyfully surrender to him and submit to His will. Chains could not restrain the demon-possessed man, but he consciously and voluntarily surrendered to the Lord.
Expression of faith: When a person sits at His feet, s/he expresses full trust in Him, the Risen Lord, and God. They rest at His feet in faith. They are not restless flies or headless chickens running aimlessly. As Paul states, they know in whom they had believed. (II Timothy 1:12)
Diligent disciple: King David valued, preferred, and prioritized being in His presence, seeking His face, and gazing at Him the beauty of the glorious Lord. (Psalms 27:4) Diligent disciples regularly, consistently, and gladly sit at His feet.
Do I sit at His feet like a weaned child? (Psalms 131:2)