The Lord’s Supper


Is it a time of celebration or mourning? Well, possibly both, it saddens us when we remember what we did to cause Jesus to have to go to the cross but it’s also a time of celebration because Jesus has conquered death and dealt with our sins and promises to come back again, whilst we remember what He did for us.

Concerning the Lord’s Supper Jesus said in 1 Corinthians 11:25, ‘this do in remembrance of Me.’ The Lord’s Supper is designed to help us remember what the Lord did for us. And as we partake of it as 1 Corinthians 11:26 says, ‘You proclaim the Lord’s death till He Comes’. We are showing the world that we believe that Jesus died for our sins. A Closer Look At The Lord’s Supper

So here we are, gathered together on the Lord’s Day as a church to remember the Lord’s death, burial and resurrection at ‘The Lord’s Supper’.

The presiding brother says, ‘God please bless this bread and wine’. Is this correct? Bless The Bread And The Wine!

It’s hard to believe that churches years ago, split over the issue of ‘one cup or many’, even today there are some divisions within the Lord’s body over how many cups should be used for the Lord’s Supper. I find it heart-breaking when divisions arise within the Lord’s church but I finder it even more heart-breaking when some go as far to make it a salvation issue. One Cup Or Many Cups

Have you ever wondered why the Lord’s Supper is held in the morning and not in the evening as a meal? Have you ever wondered why the Lord’s Supper doesn’t even come close to being a meal because we simply take a sip of the fruit of the vine and a small piece of bread? Is The ‘Lord’s Supper’ A Common Meal?


"Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds."

James 1:2