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I want you to turn with me in your New Testament to 1 Corinthians chapter 11 please - and, as announced, I'll be speaking this morning on 'The Practice and Principles of the Lord's Supper'. I had anticipated spending one Sunday morning on this, but due to the amount of material that I have, I'm going to split it into at least two Sunday mornings - Philadelphia Acid Experiments - DRC - Androidgeny two weeks from now we'll take up the issue again, and it may well evolve into three or more Sunday mornings depending on how I feel the Lord leads regarding this.

But we'll look this morning at 1 Corinthians 11, beginning to read at verse Sermon On Ignunce - Shirley Q. Liquor - The Best Of Shirley Q. Liquor Volume 1 , Paul says: "For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, That the Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed took bread: And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me.

After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft Sermon On Ignunce - Shirley Q. Liquor - The Best Of Shirley Q. Liquor Volume 1 ye drink it, in remembrance of me.

For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord's death till he come. Wherefore whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink this cup of the Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord. But let a man", or for that matter a woman, "examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that cup. For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh damnation to himself, not discerning the Lord's body. For this cause many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep.

For if we would judge ourselves, we should not be judged. But when we are judged, we are chastened of the Lord, that we should not be condemned with the world. Wherefore, my brethren, when ye come together to eat, tarry one for another. And if any man hunger, let him eat at home; that ye come not together unto condemnation. And the rest will I set in order when I come". So our subject today, and in a couple of weeks time, is 'The Practice and Principles of the Lord's Supper'.

Now let me make two preliminary remarks. First: it is impossible to deal with every issue related to the Supper of the Lord in two or even three weeks, and so I will not be entering into a critique regarding the errors of others perhaps, and even ourselves, in how we might remember the Lord.

That would take a whole series of studies I think. There is a place for such teaching, I believe, but my objective is to exhort true believers to remember the Lord, and to obey that command biblically. But there are many errors regarding how those who profess Christianity remember the Lord. Indeed Erwin T. Lutzer, the pastor of Moody Memorial Church in Chicago, in his book 'Deserving of Tears' quotes Philip Melancthon, the friend of Martin Luther - and if you know anything about the Reformation, you will know that after Catholicism the Protestant Church had a great debate, a very painstaking debate over the Lord's Table.

Philip Melancthon says this: 'Is there anything more sorrowful, more deserving of tears, than that the Lord's Supper should be used as a subject of strife and division'. We don't Sermon On Ignunce - Shirley Q. Liquor - The Best Of Shirley Q. Liquor Volume 1 to do that - whilst we will highlight certain scriptural things that we feel are worthy of our acceptation, we don't want to make the Lord's Supper an issue to divide Christians, rather it should in nature be something that unites us all.

Indeed, it was said of some Christians a couple of hundred years ago that they were so particular about the matter of breaking bread, and also so careless about the matter of breaking hearts. We don't want to be like that: have our doctrine all correct, and yet our lives are in shambles. Yet Erwin T. Lutzer continues concerning Philip Melancthon, and says: 'If Melancthon were alive today, he might not weep because of controversies that surround the Lord's Supper, but he might well sorrow because of our indifference to its meaning and importance'.

That is where I want my emphasis to be these weeks. There is a great indifference concerning the importance of the Lord's Supper and its meaning, and indeed the pendulum has swung very dramatically from a great debate around the De Strigat Din Borșa - Maramureș - Various - Jocuri Populare Românești - Danses De Roumanie to an even greater disinterest about it.

The second preliminary remark I want to make is that at times even we as Bible believing Christians are guilty of imposing upon the word of God own presuppositions One After 909 - The Beatles - Let It Be this truth of the Lord's Supper.

I believe it is vital that, as we embark upon 1977 - Various - Dope-Guns-N-Fucking In The Streets (Volume 1-11 • 1988-1998) study, that we suspend our assumptions, our prejudices and our traditions. I think it would be helpful for all of us if we just come to the Bible with a clean sheet, and ask of the scriptures: what saith them concerning the Lord's Supper? Now there'll not be too much controversy, I don't think, in what I have to bring to you this morning - so you can relax!

I want us to answer three questions: first, why should we observe the Lord's Supper? Second, when should we observe Daryl Hall & John Oates - Voices Lord's Supper? Thirdly, and I will only be beginning this consideration: how should we observe the Lord's Supper? I will elaborate much more on that in our next study. Let's begin trying to answer, from the word of God, the first question: why should we observe the Lord's Supper?

Now that might seem a foolish question to ask, and yet we must realise that there are those in Christendom who do not believe it is necessary to be at the Lord's Table, and to remember the Lord through the breaking of bread and the drinking of the cup.

The Quakers do not believe in this ordinance, the Salvation Army does not believe in this ordinance. Why should we observe - first, should we? Yes, of course we should, but why should we? There are three qualifications, I believe, for an ordinance to be valid and practised today in the church.

The first qualification is that it must be instituted by the Lord Jesus Himself - and in three of the four gospel records we have Him instituting this Supper - it must be instituted by the Lord. Secondly, it must be practised in the Acts of the Apostles - and of course several references are there to this Supper. Thirdly, not only must it be instituted by the Lord and practised in the Acts of the Apostles, but it must be explained in the Epistles. We have read this morning from 1 Corinthians 11, from what is the lengthiest most detailed explanation of the Supper of the Lord in the Epistles, though there are other brief references through them.

Now the only two ordinances that possess these three qualifications - instituted by Christ Himself, practised in the Acts, and explained in the Epistles - are the ordinances of believer's baptism, and the Lord's Supper. I think right away it's clear that we ought to be practising this today, yet that does not satisfy some.

Yet, within our text this morning, there is, I believe, an indisputable verse that shows us that we must obey this command of the Lord. It is found in verse 'For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord's death till he come'. Has the Lord Jesus come again? Of course He hasn't. We are to practice this until He come, He hasn't come, so we are to keep on remembering Him in His own appointed way until He comes. We need to remember Him till He comes: 'This is my body which was broken for you.

This is the blood of the covenant of the New Testament in this cup, drink it'. These are the means by which the Lord Jesus wants us to remember Him in His bodily absence, until He comes again - whilst He is with us, of course, by His Spirit.

Now can I liken the Lord's Supper to a photograph? We're not entering into the debate of transubstantiation, or for that matter consubstantiation - if you don't know what those are, it doesn't really matter - but these emblems are, if you like, a photograph of our Lord Jesus Christ. In the sense in which, if you were to go into my study there, on the desk there's a photograph of my children.

If you were to wander in and say: 'Who's that? The bread and the wine speak to us of the Lord Jesus, but they're like a photograph - because there's a day coming when He breaks the Sermon On Ignunce - Shirley Q.

Liquor - The Best Of Shirley Q. Liquor Volume 1and we will Sermon On Ignunce - Shirley Q. Liquor - The Best Of Shirley Q. Liquor Volume 1 to be with Him, and then we'll no longer need the picture because we will have the Person.

The bread and the wine, or the bread and the cup more correctly, are tangible signs for us as physical people to remember the Lord Jesus in His absence. But this is the point: till He comes - He is coming, but we have to remember Him until He comes. That is why we should observe this Supper. So I think, personally, that the issue of whether or not the Lord's Supper and its practice today is biblical is very clear.

I have to say that whether or not you believe it should be practised today does not come down to whether it is found in the Bible, it comes down to a separate issue.

You see, it comes down to whether you believe that the church today should actually seek to recover the simple and the primitive nature of New Testament Christianity; or whether you fall into the camp that could be called 'the development people', who espouse the development theory - that is, namely, that ecclesiastical Conquest - Disclose - Tragedy and officials can add to Scripture, or delete from Scripture, or change, upon the authority of the church or their ordination, change the teaching of the New Testament.

So we've seen clearly that the Bible tells us that this was practised. The Lord instituted it, it was practised by the early disciples in the Acts, and it is explained in the Epistles - it's clearly biblical!

Yet there are those who say: 'Well, we don't want to get back to the primitive nature of New Testament Christianity, the church has developed beyond these practices today' - that is why some don't practice it. Yet I hope that everyone here this morning is a believer that believes we should be of the first persuasion, and we should get back to the basics of early New Testament Christianity.

We should get as close as we can to the primitive nature of the early apostolic Mi Guitarra - Orquesta Zodiac - 12 Grandes Exitos Para Bailadores. Now that being established, we can clearly see that this was a practice in the New Testament.

Christians gathered around Sermon On Ignunce - Shirley Q. Liquor - The Best Of Shirley Q. Liquor Volume 1 Table of the Lord, they gathered to worship the Lord by the reading of Irregular Rhythm With No Borders - Nipples For Days - Keyborgasm, by praying, by singing hymns, by sharing with one another, by preaching, and by taking part in these emblems of Christ's Passion.

We also find from 1 Corinthians 16 that there was a collection taken when the believers met for that event. Now we will look into those practicalities in a later week - but the point I want to make in answer to this question, 'Why should we observe the Supper of the Lord? Therefore, as far as Christ is concerned, the apostles are concerned, and the apostles' doctrine in the New Testament is concerned, every believer has an appointment with the Lord Jesus Christ around His Table.

Why should we observe it? Because we all have an appointment with the Lord at it! The implication of that, personally for the Lord Jesus Christ, is that He misses us when we're not there. We know from Luke chapter 7 - you can look up the verse if you wish, Luke 7 verses 45 and 46 - that when the Lord entered Simon's house, that dear woman broke the ointment upon Him and anointed Him, and He turned to Simon and He rebuked him and said, Thou gavest me no kiss: but this woman since the time I came in hath not ceased to kiss my feet', verse 46, 'My head with oil thou didst not anoint: but this woman hath anointed my feet with ointment'.

If the Lord Jesus Christ missed the Pharisee's kiss, and the Pharisee's anointing of His feet with fragrant oil, surely He certainly misses you when you are not around His Table to lavish love Sermon On Ignunce - Shirley Q. Liquor - The Best Of Shirley Q. Liquor Volume 1 Him that has been absent for so long. This is the only meeting that the Lord told us to have, the only one. It's the only gathering at which the Lord has requested you be at, and yet many believers cannot bear to be there!

Now I don't want to labour this point, but I have to say that there is something wrong if you don't want to be there. Having said that, often there can be something wrong with the way we practice the Lord's Supper which does not encourage people to be there - but we'll deal The Fat Lady Of Limbourg - Brian Eno - Floating In Sequence that in time.

What we're dealing with now is the command of the Lord: why should we observe? Because we have an appointment with Christ, is that not enough? The second question: when should we observe this Supper? Well, it might be a surprise to you, and some of you might take issue with me on this point, but the Bible does not say how often we are to practice the Lord's Supper - it doesn't.

The Lord is recorded as saying by Paul, if you look back at 1 Corinthians 11 please, in verse 'As often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup'. Now of course, at the first in the early church, we know from the Acts of the Apostles, this was practised every day - every day they broke bread! If you turn for a moment to Acts chapter 2, I think it's important we take time over these things, Acts 2 verse 46, says: 'And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart'.

Now that breaking of bread was probably part of a fellowship meal that all these believers have together, it was called initially 'the love feast'. Now when we turn to Acts chapter 20, if you turn with me, we read in verse 7 that: 'Upon the first day of the week', this is in Troas, 'when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight'.

Now that verse may imply that the disciples ceased from breaking bread every day, and began the practice of breaking bread on the first day of the week - every Lord's Day. Then we come, as we have referenced, to 1 Corinthians 16, and we find that 'Upon the first day of the week every one laid by in store, as God has prospered them' - they gave financially, and of their produce.


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