The Lord’s Table: Worth Remembering
The First Last Supper
This is a series on the meaning of the ‘Lord’s Table,’ often called the Eucharist, Sacrament of Communion, Covenant Meal or Lord’s Supper. The meaning is found not in the ritual but in the remembering!
- Biblical Remembrance
"...Do this in remembrance of Me" 1 Cor 11:24
The power of disciplined and intentional remembering.
- Are You Worthy?
Communion provides a way for us to examine our
lives in light of the cross! From 1 Cor 11:27-32
- The Bread of Healing
What does the broken body and broken bread really mean. Is healing possible from partaking of the bread of communion?
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- Power in the Blood
The power and nature of sacrificial giving--from the Garden to the Cross.
- Last Supper Exit Poll
Imagine conducting an exit poll after the Last Supper? Or how about after a communion service? Having a "share" and giving a "share" is what communion is all about!
- Last Supper Last Song
From Psalm 118 and Matt 26:30. Psalm 118 was likely the last psalm-song that Jesus sang. It is one of the most important psalms in the Bible.
- One Body -- One Bread How the Lord's Table is in part a celebration of each other. We are ONE in the Lord.
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- Love to the End What the feet washing from John 13 teaches us about the 'spirit' of the Lord's Table.
- Marriage Supper of the Lamb
The Lord's Supper anticipates a greater sacred meal, the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. Are you ready for that day? What will you wear to the feast?
- Living in Communion
Since everyone is a unique, one-of-a-kind-creation--how is it possible for us to live in communion (oneness of fellowship)?
Communion and the Cross
At the heart of Lord's Supper is the cross. Jesus is on the 'atonement' cross--the picture of His finished work. What do you see when you think of the cross and what He did for you?
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Do you come to the Lord's Table with expectation? After Jesus shared the Passover with His disciples He told them to be 'expectant' in waiting, in joy and in intercession. From John 16:16-24.
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