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by Henry Wise
Written in English
The proper recipients of the Supper are limited by the nature of the Supper as a sacrament and its intended purposes. The confessions describe the “kind of faith that is competent to remember, proclaim and receive Christ through the Lord’s Supper” (43). This is . In the 6th book of the Short Studies In Biblical Theology series Guy Waters address the topic of the Lord’s Supper in his little book The Lord’s Supper As The Sign And Meal Of The New Waters attempts to explain the Lord’s Supper from the perspective of Biblical Theology while intentionally attempting to write at a more popular level.
IV. The Names of God A. The Names of God in General. While the Bible records several names of God, it also speaks of the name of God in the singular as, for instance in the following statements: “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain,” Ex. ; “How excellent is thy name in all the earth,” Ps. ; “As is thy name, O God, so is thy praise,” Ps. ; “His. Chapter five addresses the New Testament teaching about the Lord’s Supper in light of the words of institution, the Book of Acts, and what it means to feed upon Christ by faith from John six. Chapter six contains an exposition of 1 Corinthians , which, as Venema contends, is the only New Testament passage that speaks directly to who.
The Lord’s Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, through partaking of the bread and the cup, commemorate the death of Jesus Christ and anticipate his second coming. (1) The Lord’s Supper shall be observed at least quarterly. (2) The Lord’s Supper shall be observed in a regularly scheduled worship service. Even so, Jesus was aware of the dark nature in Judas through the Lord’s sacred knowledge gained from study of the scriptures, his own practice of discernment (i.e., using the imparted, indwelling spirit from the makeup of GOD as a standard to recognize and respond to the spirit content within events, oneself, others, the holy writings, etc.
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Children and the Lord’s Supper Why this Paper. The Lord’s Supper is one of God’s wonderful gifts to His people. On Jesus’ last night with His disciples, He instituted the Supper as a holy meal to be celebrated regularly by His people between the time He ascended into Heaven years ago and His return at the end of Size: 64KB.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Thomas Houston. The Lords Supper as the Sign and Meal of the New Covenant by Guy Prentiss Waters is another offering in the Short Studies in Biblical Theology Series, edited by Dane Ortlund and Miles Van aim of the series is to connect the resurgence of biblical theology at the academic level with everyday believers/5.
The lord's supper: or, the nature, benefits and obligations of the commemorative rite of the christian church / (Dunedin: Henry Wise, ), by George Sutherland (page images at HathiTrust) Andenken an die beiden heiligen Tage der Taufe und ersten Abendmahlsfeier / (Leipzig: Karl Tauchnitz, ), by Johannes Molenaar (page images at HathiTrust).
Full text of "The Lord's Supper: its nature, ends, and obligations, and Mode of Administration" See other formats. The Lord's Supper is the introduction of a New Covenant or New Testament, to replace the obselete Old Covenant. The New Covenant sacrifice is Jesus, it is made in his blood.
As the Nature he invites us to his own Table to be his guests and share intimate fellowship with us. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
The Purposes of the Lord’s Supper COMMUNION seasons, said Dr John Kennedy, more than a hundred years ago, are ordinarily times of spiritual refreshing for the Lord’s people.
We believe that the Lord’s people today find this to be true in some measure even although our day is. Page [unnumbered] THE Crucified Jesus OR, A full ACCOUNT OF THE Nature, End, Design and Benefits OF THE SACRAMENT OF THE LORDS SUPPER. With Necessary DIRECTIONS, PRAYERS, Praises and Meditations, To be used by Persons who come to the HOLY COMMUNION.
By ANTHONY HORNECK, D. Chaplain in Ordinary to Their Majesties. “Slaves, obey your earthly masters in everything; and do it, not only when their eye is on you and to win their favor, but with sincerity of heart and reverence for the Lord. Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward.
It is the Lord Christ you are serving. A growing trend among Reformed churches is the practice of admitting young children to the Lord's Supper. In Children at the Lord's Table?, Cornelis P.
Venema provides an insightful analysis of the theoretical arguments used by advocates of this recent clarifying terms and explaining arguments often made in favor of paedocommunion, he considers the history of the church's /5(9).
All of these practices should be understood properly. The church is not, thereby, conferring upon the elements some abiding status apart from their use in the Lord’s Supper itself. The other point of reference is page 89 of The Altar Guild Manual: Lutheran Service Book Edition, by Dr.
Lee Maxwell that says. The Ethical Nature of the Lord's Supper. Because the supper involves covenant renewal and an expression of covenant commitment, it expresses an understanding of covenantal obligations. Just as the covenant meal meant a dedication and commitment to the Lord, so does the Lord's supper.
Paul makes this explicit application in 1 Cor. The Book of Life: If we have sincerely received the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior, we can be assured that our names will never be erased from God's Book of Life.
Video 1 Chronicles; Principle #6; 1 Ch. ; p. Abusing God's Grace: God's grace is immeasurable, but we are not to abuse that grace by engaging in deliberate sin. Video. six" young people who would "attend the Lords Supper."'4 The ministers reacted with an evangelistic sacramental piety.
If the hearts of the baptized were unmoved by the benefits promised by baptism, they could yet be broken and humbled with an appropriately ominous reminder about baptismal obligations and eucharistic duties. So the min. The context of 1 Cor in the Greek does not refer to the body of Christ in general (now comprised of all believers), but to the individual physiological body of the believer in particular.
Bruce M. Metzger, on page of the Second Edition of his very able and critically-panned Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament (Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, ), clarifies that. This honors the Lord’s Supper as a vital means of grace without short-changing the sermon, while also recognizing the realities of church and family life.
Administer the Lord’s Supper covenantally – Administer the Lord’s Supper as a meal which seals the covenant. Not only is it a time when the gifts of God in Christ are enjoyed. I begin with the Passover, which was the second (for Circumcision was the first) ordinary standing Sacrament of the Jewish Church, beginning at their going forth out of Egypt, and continuing till the death of Christ, when the Lords Supper did commence or begin, and so displaced it.
The Passover signified what should become the Lords Supper. Beyond the negative fulfillment of the covenant of works, in taking the punishment due those who disobey it, Jesus offers the positive dimension that is vital to our redemption.
He wins the blessing of the covenant of works on all of the progeny of Adam who put their trust in Jesus. Where Adam was the covenant breaker, Jesus is the covenant keeper.
In April,Charles Simeon was 71 years old. He had been the pastor of Trinity Church, Cambridge, England, for 49 years. He was asked one afternoon by his friend, Joseph Gurney, how he had surmounted persecution and outlasted all the great prejudice against him in his year ministry.BOOK I. 1. Although you, my son Marcus, having listened for a year to Cratippus, and that at Athens, ought to be well versed in the maxims and principles of philosophy, on account of the paramount authority both of the teacher and of the city, — the former being able to enrich you with knowledge; the latter, with examples, — yet, as for my own benefit I have always connected Latin with.
Sin and Free Will - Methodists teach that man is fallen from righteousness and, apart from the grace of Jesus Christ, is destitute of holiness and inclined to evil.
Unless a man is born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of t divine grace, man cannot do good works pleasing and acceptable to God. Influenced and empowered by the Holy Spirit, man is responsible for the freedom .