PART 4 – Mervyn Hall takes up the subject of ministry of the Word of God at the Lord’s Supper. Using the example of the Lord in the Upper Room and on the Emmaus Road (Luke 22 & 24) and that of Paul in Acts 20, he outlines the scope, style and subject of ministry suitable on such an occasion both before and after partaking of the emblems. Mervyn also gives practical hints in relation to studying for, preparing for and delivering…
PART 3 – Michael Penfold takes up the subject of singing at the Lord’s Supper. Referencing verses in Matthew, Colossians, Ephesians and Corinthians, principles are outlined that give us a pattern for the use and selection of hymns when we gather each Lord’s Day to break bread and remember the Lord. Among other things, the issues of ‘musical instruments’ and ‘exclusive Psalmody’ are briefly touched on (Message preached Sept 18th 2016)
PART 2 – Joshua Jacob takes up the subject of thanksgiving at the Lord’s Supper. What should be our focus as we gather to break bread? Josh brings out guiding principles under various headings: “Contemplation of the Lord Jesus”, “Commandment of the Lord Jesus” etc. We are there to break bread, said the Lord, “in remembrance of Me”, and thus the person and work of Christ are before us as we gather to give thanks to God for His unspeakable…
PART 1 – Mervyn Hall introduces a series of messages about “the Lord’s Supper” or “the breaking of bread”. Under seven headings, Mervyn discusses issues such as the purpose, dignity, responsibility and declarative message of “the feast of remembrance”. He also delves into history and reveals some interesting facts as to how this central Christian privilege has been viewed over the centuries (Message preached Sept 4th 2016)
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