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In the New Testament era, Roman soldiers were required, in as far as it was possible, to return to Rome once a year from wherever they were garrisoned to renew their oath of allegiance to the Emperor. The soldiers—regardless of the nation they considered home—were to salute the Roman colors from time…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 1,935 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”.
Jonathan Sine • Sermon • • 1,794 views
“Communion, Covenant, and Commitment” Mark 14.22-31 What does your life reflect that you are committed to? Some indicators might be your Outlook Calendar or your financial statements. It has been said that we are a generation that does not understand “commitment.” However, I heard someone else suggest…
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 1,085 views
1 Corinthians 11:17-22 An Invitation to the Lord’s Table “In the following instructions I do not commend you, because when you come together it is not for the better but for the worse. For, in the first place, when you come together as a church, I hear that there are divisions among you. And I believe…
Andrew J. Knisely • Sermon • • 1,078 views
Communion Meditation: A Four-fold Look September 3, 2007 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Introduction: You can tell a lot about a church by . . . Its shape big or small, multi site, youth building, stone, carpeting Its music contemporary or traditional, hymns or choruses Its dress code at some churches, folks…
Terry L. Laughlin • Sermon • • 1,058 views
Title: Three Cups of the Lord Theme: The Blessings of Being Under the Blood “In the hand of the Lord is a cup full of foaming wine mixed with spices; He pours it out, and all the wicked of the earth drink it down to its very dregs. As for me, I will sing praise to the God of Jacob. (Psalms 75:8-9) “All…
Ordinances of the Church
Kevin Harris • FBC Los Fresnos • Sermon • • 880 views • 45:10
This is an overview of the purpose of the Lord's Supper and the expectations of those partaking.
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.
Dave Nisly • Sermon • • 363 views
Do this in remembrance of Me... Tonight we are gathered - a group of believers - a local body of Christ - to reflect on and again remember the incredible sacrifice that Jesus Christ made for each one of us. Jesus Himself told the disciples with Him the night before to remember… do this in remembrance…
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.” But before…
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 219 views
"In the following instructions I do not commend you, because when you come together it is not for the better but for the worse. For, in the first place, when you come together as a church, I hear that there are divisions among you. And I believe it in part, for there must be factions among you in order…
Jonathan Sine • Sermon • • 215 views
“Communion: The Visible Gospel” 1 Corinthians 11.23-34 Acts 2:37–47 (ESV) 37 Now when they heard this they were cut to the heart, and said to Peter and the rest of the apostles, “Brothers, what shall we do?” 38 And Peter said to them, “Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ…
Mike Wilson • Sermon • • 197 views
Working with the text Text 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 NIV 23 For I received from the Lord what I also passed on to you: The Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, 24 and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, “This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me.” 25 In…
Micah Hackett • Sermon • • 126 views
Starting with the primitive background of the Lord's Supper, we will exposit the main passages in 1 Corinthians related to it under four divisions and follow it up with some comment on various controversies and clarifications on the issue.
Introduction Every month we practice the Lord super, communion or Eucharist. What ever you want to call it. It all comes down to the same thing. We remember Jesus last meal before he was Crucified. BUt how often do we really look at what this meal is. For the next three weeks we will be looking at the…
Central Park Christian Church (Derek Slack) • Central Park Christian Church Topeka • Sermon • • 60 views • 44:54
Scripture tells us that Jesus, on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when He had given thanks, He broke it. This was expected, but what He said after is what they were not expecting. In order to appreciate the unexpected, we need to know what the disciples expected and what Jesus in the end represented. There are two expectations that the disciples had, and one new truth that would change the course of humanity forever.
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The Necessity for Holy Communion Holy Communion Morning Worship 7th December 2008, 9.30am © Rev D Rudi Schwartz Bible Readings New Testament: Luke 22:14-23 Hymns/Songs 1. Approach: “Come now Almighty King” 2. Forgiveness of sins: “Sing them over again to me” 3. Thanksgiving: “We give You but your…
Rev. Chris Miller • Sermon • • 55 views
Blessed, Broken and Poured Out Luke 22:14-20 (23-34) Author Alister McGrath is a theologian at Oxford University with a background in molecular biology. He has written many books including one called Doubting: Growing Through the Uncertainties of Faith [(IVP, 2006)]. In this book, he told the following…
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.