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“When He was at the table with them; He took bread, gave thanks, broke it and began to give it to them. Then their eyes were opened and they recognised Him.” Luke 24:30-31
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:35
Shared: 4/12/2002
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Year A. 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany, January 20th, 2002 Title: “The intimate and living connection between Baptism and Eucharist.” John 1: 29-42
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: John 1:29-1:42
Shared: 1/11/2002
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When we receive the body and blood of Christ, we are pledging to commit ourselves to alleviate the hunger in the world.
Denomination: Catholic
Shared: 4/12/2006
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What happens at the Eucharist?
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: John 6:51-6:58
Shared: 12/6/2009
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the Church is able to celebrate and worship the mystery of Christ in the Eucharist “precisely because Christ first gave himself to her in the sacrifice of the Cross.
Denomination: Catholic
Scripture: Mark 1:14-1:20
Shared: 1/10/2009
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Jesus lived and died to create the true Israel of God.
Denomination: Catholic
Scripture: Isaiah 49:1-49:6
Shared: 4/4/2009
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A sermon series in Colossians tracing the word "Eucharisteo = to give thanks." This message reveals Paul’s thankfulness for the hope of the Colossians.
Series: Eucharist
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Colossians 1:3-1:8
Shared: 11/6/2009
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This is the second message the Eucharist series exploring Colossians 1:9-14 as Paul reveals three essentials for a thankful prayer.
Series: Eucharist
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 11/16/2009
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How many times do we neglect the sacrament of the Eucharist (Communion) for the "thrills" of the modern age? This is a call back to the Early Church and what they held about this Most Blessed Sacrament.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: John 6:44-6:59
Shared: 3/27/2010
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This sermon looks at the Lord’s supper using colossians. It focuses upon communion is a time to thank God, it is a command of Christ and it is a reminder to confess our sins.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/3/2009
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