Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 1,169 views
The commemoration and remembrance of Jesus Christ’s last supper, and all the benefits that result to believers. Other terms have been used subsequently by Christians, including “Communion” and “Eucharist”.
Discovering the Church
The first Christians assembled together on the first day of the week to commemorate Jesus Christ’s resurrection through the Lord’s Supper. The Lord’s Day quickly became the focal point of the Christian week, assuming the characteristics of the Jewish Sabbath, namely worship and rest.
Introduction: Within the realm of Christendom the Lord’s Supper has been seen as one of the most intimate ways to worship our Lord. This practice of observing the Lord’s Supper started within the early church it has been known by several names throughout early Christendom and is recognized as a “sacrament.”…
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Brad Jordan • Cornerstone Baptist Church • Sermon • • 8 views
Devotion is a strong word, in fact it means “given over to the display, study and discussion of”. In other words, the things that we are devoted show in our lives, are the things that we learn more about and the things that we talk about. Let us look now at the devotions of the early church, Apostles teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread, and prayer.
How many Christians stop to consider the importance of the Lord’s Supper in relation to spiritual maturity? Yet the Scriptures make it plain that this feast of remembrance is indispensable to steadfast continuance in the Christian life.
The Unhindered Gospel
The Gospel creates a community of people who love the local church and her means of grace, a humility in us that aids us in faithfully serving the Lord during times of trial & sorrow, a people who not only love its message but seek to use it for their mutual edification.
Spiritual practices extend into the community of faith when we practice prayer, study, unity, worship, confession and feasting together.