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Lesson 126: Celebrating the Lord’s Supper, Part I (Luke 22:7-23)

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Every Christian carries with him/her an idea of what the Lord’s Supper is to look like. How somber should we be? Should it have a ritualistic feel to it? How often should it be observed? How closely do our elements need to resemble the 1st century bread and wine? It can be refreshing and necessary to take a look at what this time together meant for Jesus and His disciples. Pastor Daniel gives us a fresh look through examining Luke 22, pulling in some of the history of the Passover and helping us to think about what it means for Christians to worship God through the Lord’s Supper within that broader context of our Lord’s plan for humanity. He maintains the central point of, “As the community of faith participates in the Lord’s Supper, we celebrate God’s redemptive work in the past and yearn for its fulfillment in the future.”

Summary by Seth Kempf, Bethany Community Church Staff

Related Topics: Communion

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