Gregg Bing - January 10, 2016

Paul's Epistles - Missing Instructions

The Lord\'s Supper

In this final lesson, we note the absence of instructions regarding how the Lord's Supper is to be observed: How often? Who can participate? What should the elements be? Should there be one loaf or many? Should there be one cup or many? Do judgments still fall on those who practice in an unworthy manner? If this ordinance/memorial is for us today, why do we not find clear instructions in Paul's epistles for how it is to be observed?

Scripture References: Colossians 2:9-22, 1 Corinthians 11:34

From Series: "The Lord's Supper"

A dispensational look at the Lord's Supper or communion, a memorial observance practiced by most churches. This series examines the two main portions of Scripture that deal with this issue: the gospel accounts of the last supper Jesus celebrated with His apostles and Paul's first letter to the Corinthians, chapter 11.

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