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April 2022

Think about this devotional from Madsen’s “The Word”.

 Communion

"There is none like unto God." Let a man examine himself. 1 Cor. 11:28.

The Lord's Supper is holy, holy ground, for when we partake of it, we receive the most holy on earth, the body and blood of Jesus Christ.

The Lord's table is therefore the scene of judgment. Sentence is passed upon all sin.

Do you examine your heart very minutely in search of any concealed sin every time you kneel at the altar of the Lord?

Do you also judge those sins which you have committed against your brother? "If thy brother hath ought against thee," if you have injured him by word or deed, or in some secret way harmed him, go and acknowledge your sin. Leave nothing undone to obtain his forgiveness before you approach the altar, lest you aggravate your guilt and add sin to sin.

But the Communion table is also the scene of grace. We partake here of the communion of the body of Christ and the communion of the blood of Christ (1 Cor. 10:16). And every time we eat the body of Christ and drink His blood, we proclaim the Lord's death, until He returns. We testify that it is through the death of Christ that we have obtained salvation and eternal life.

But it signifies also that our life should glorify God by being a convincing evidence of the power of the Lord's death. By a holy and changed life we should manifest what Jesus can do for a lost world and what His death avails. Otherwise we have partaken of highest and most holy unworthily (1 Cor. 11:29).

Therefore let every man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread and drink of that cup.

 

May we all realize the importance of a clear conscience when we partake of a communion service.

 

Pastor Paul

 

 

 

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