The ordinance known as “The Lord’s Supper” or “Communion” is taught and practiced by most Christian churches, though the manner, the time, and even the purpose is not consistent. What do the Scriptures teach about this so-called ordinance? Is it truly for the Church, the body of Christ, during this present dispensation of grace? In this series, we examine the two primary passages of Scripture that deal with this subject: 1) the gospel accounts of Jesus’ final Passover with the apostles before His death (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) and 2) Paul’s 1st letter to the Corinthians.

These Bible messages on the Lord’s Supper were taught by Pastor Gregg Bing in 2015-2016 during the adult Sunday school class at Grace Bible Church in Fort Worth, TX.

Gregg Bing - November 15, 2015

This Do in Remembrance of Me

The Lord\'s Supper

As Jesus met with the twelve apostles the night before He was crucified, He broke bread, gave it to them, and said, "This is My body which is given for you; this do in remembrance of Me." Most Christians sincerely believe that Jesus' instructions are binding on us today as well. Churches celebrate what is commonly called the Lord's Supper or Communion, a memorial or remembrance of our Lord's death on Calvary. In this study, we examine what Jesus meant when He said, "This do in remembrance of Me." What is "this?"

Scripture References: Mark 14:12-25, Matthew 26:17-29, Luke 22:7-20

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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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