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Partaking in Holy Communion As the Church

For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes. – 1 Corinthians 11:26

The Lord’s Supper is not just a symbol but a very important reminder of the holy act of God shedding His blood for the sins of men. 269 more words

Feeding on the Lord

God allows His people to suffer difficulties. Why? – To strengthen our faith (Exodus 15:25; Exodus 16:4; Deuteronomy 8:2,16; 1 Peter 1:6-7). He chastens us, to teach us repentance (Revelation 3:19). 414 more words

Assembling Together For the Better

By

Shelby G. Floyd


Credit: Google Images

The Lord’s Supper is a very important part of Christian worship, but teaching regarding it has been generally neglected. 583 more words

Faith

Approaching the Lord's Table: Forgiveness, Victory, Faith, God's Word, God's Love

As we approach the Lord’s Table, let’s think about two verses of Scripture.

“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). 551 more words

That last night... what did He pray?

A Little Giddy Talk: written on 4/2/15

(GUG= Giddy Up Gals 4 God Ministry)

Reference John 17:1-26

Ladies, tonight is so sobering. It is the last evening Jesus was alive before His crucifixion. 1,223 more words

God

Celebrating the Lord's Supper: Psalm 23:1-6; Mark 14:1-11

Psalm 23:1-6; Mark 14:1-11
Jesus was looking forward to the celebration of the Passover. It would be the time when He would introduce His disciples to something more than the Passover – the Lord’s Supper. 487 more words

Psalms

Heidelberg 66: Sacraments Are No More Or Less Than Gospel Signs And Seals (Parts 1-3)

By Dr. R. Scott Clark – Posted at The Heidelblog:

(Part 1) 

66. What are the Sacraments?

The Sacraments are visible holy signs and seals appointed of God for this end, that by the use thereof He may the more fully declare and seal to us the promise of the Gospel: namely, that of free grace, He grants us the forgiveness of sins and everlasting life for the sake of the one sacrifice of Christ accomplished on the cross. 442 more words

Heidelberg Catechsim