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The Bread of Life: Communion and the Christian Journey

Depending on your background, the words Communion, the Lord’s Supper, and Eucharist may conjure up different images for you. If you grew up in a non-denominational church like I did, my first thought might be something like a golden plate being passed around the congregation of the church with little crackers of bread and little cups of grape juice. 542 more words


The Food that Brings Judgment from the Almighty

Careless Communion.

The most interesting communion ceremony I observed was while working as a house parent for teenage girls. The job allowed many opportunities to visit various churches desiring to minister to the less fortunate girls in our care. 1,218 more words

Biblical Health Study


Today’s reading is Exodus 11-12.

In the Passover, Israel remembers when God killed the firstborn of Pharaoh and his people in order to deliver them from Egypt. 183 more words


We Taste Heaven Today in the Supper

Heaven is such an amazing promise in Scripture. Heaven is when the perfect is realized. It is the consummation, after the resurrection, after the great judgment of God, when all is made right. 479 more words


Westminster Larger Catechism - Lord's Day 42

Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 42

Q & A 168
Q What is the Lord’s Supper?
A The Lord’s Supper is a sacrament of the New Testament, wherein, by giving and receiving bread and wine according to the appointment of Jesus Christ, his death is showed forth; and they that worthily communicate feed upon his body and blood, to their spiritual nourishment and growth in grace; have their union and communion with him confirmed; testify and renew their thankfulness, and engagement to God, and their mutual love and fellowship each with other, as members of the same mystical body. 247 more words

Westminster Larger Catechism

The Unity of the Lord's Supper

We kneel at the foot of the cross of Jesus where we are on level ground.  No one better than the other. All saved by God’s grace through faith in Jesus alone.  756 more words

Marc Kinna