Lord's Supper

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the traditional Passover supper of Jesus with his disciples on the eve of his crucifixion


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For example, there is no discussion of mission in Loehe's Lord's Supper sermons.
DAH) Angels and men your songs renew Lord's Supper 1st Am.
Therefore, anyone who willingly accepts his or her own pain can become a source of healing for others, particularly in a space like the Lord's Supper.
the "high mountain" of 4:8, where Jesus' third temptation takes place, the mountain where he prays (14:23), the mountain in 15:29 where he sat and did miraculous healings, and the Mount of Olives, where he sent two disciples to get the two donkeys for his entry into Jerusalem (21:1) and where he goes after the institution of the Lord's Supper (26:30).
In every culture, incorporation into the body of Christ through baptism and sharing in Christ's death through the Lord's Supper change believers' lives.
Linked with his love of the natural elements was Meyer's high view of the Lord's Supper, where the tangible substances of bread and wine became vehicles of the divine presence.
He also formulated what became the predominant Protestant memorial understanding of the Lord's Supper.
The Lord's Supper is viewed as a memorial: "The body of Christ is given, taken and eaten in the Supper, only after a heavenly and spiritual manner.
How often you have heard these words will depend on the frequency you have attended the celebration of Holy Communion/the Eucharist/the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
And yet, we remind ourselves, those persons are truly worthy and well prepared for the Lord's Supper who have faith in these words: "Given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sins.
7) The position of Charles Williams in 1879, a leading Baptist minister, can be taken as representative of the majority position: "Baptists do not regard either baptism or the Lord's Supper as a sacrament in the ecclesiastical sense of the word.
The last three chapters - which cover the contents and reception of Luther's German Bible, an internecine debate over the Lord's supper and Catholic attacks on Luther for having incited the Peasant War - leave Strasbourg for other locales and take note of pamphlets published later than the announced cut-off date.
It read something like, `You are cordially invited to attend the Lord's supper.
He interprets the Lord's Supper in relation to Jesus' other meals, from those with tax collectors and sinners to his feeding miracles.
5, we also celebrate World Communion Sunday, when the community of faith around the world gathers to enjoy a thanksgiving meal called the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, Communion or the Eucharist (Greek for thanksgiving).