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  • In Remembrance Of Me

    Contributed by Joe Harding on May 27, 2002
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,755 views

    Forgetting what lies behind cripples us from attaining what lies ahead.

    I CORINTHIANS 11: 17-33 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND MAY 26, 2002 INTRODUCTION: MEMORIAL DAY AND SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 U.S. holiday. Originally held in commemoration of soldiers killed in the Amer. Civil War (1868), its observance later extended to all U.S. war dead. Most states conform to the federal ...read more

  • Every Sunday Is A Memorial Day

    Contributed by David Whitten on May 28, 2002
    based on 987 ratings
     | 122,754 views

    Because men have died for this country, we have the right to preach God’s word freely. We have the right to live at peace in our own homes. We have the right to pursue peace, prosperity and happiness. Thank God for those who died to make us free. As we

    Every Sunday is a Memorial Day 1 Corinthians 11:24 dsw@ucc05-26-02 “Memorial Day is an official holiday in most states of the United States. It was observed on May 30 until 1971, when for federal employees,, the date was changed to the last Monday in May. With the exception of Louisiana, all ...read more

  • Holy Communion: Remembering, Thanking, Humbling

    Contributed by Tommy Ellis on Jun 2, 2002
    based on 236 ratings
     | 139,550 views

    Sermon details the proper way Christians should approach Communion--by remembering what Jesus did, thanking Him, and by humbling ourselves through confession of sins.

    HOLY COMMUNION: REMEMBERING, THANKING, HUMBLING What happens when you give a street drunk a bottle of expensive wine? He drinks it as if it were the cheap stuff he is used to. Likewise, if we hurry, or we partake of Holy Communion ignorantly, we will miss the treasure of it. The taking of ...read more

  • Why We Share Communion

    Contributed by Don Hawks on Jun 2, 2002
    based on 320 ratings
     | 138,311 views

    Message discusses what this practice is about and who is invited to the Lord’s Table, particularly from a Weslyean perspective.

    (Thanks to Bob Hostetler for ideas for this message. I’ve added a Methodist twist to the message. Powerpoint and audience outline available). A little girl asked her mother, “Mommy, why do you cut the ends off the meat before you cook it?” The girl’s mother told her that she thought it added ...read more

  • Cannibals Or Snackers?

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Jun 3, 2002
    based on 16 ratings
     | 1,917 views

    The Lord’s Supper isn’t a snack. Nor is it really a cause for charges of cannibalism. But somewhere in between the two is the mystery of Christ present in the bread and cup that we share together. And if Christ is somehow really present in these elements

    Are you a cannibal or are you just snacking? You heard me – are you a cannibal or are you just snacking? Or something else? Ancient Christians were accused of cannibalism. Why? Because rumor had it that when they got together before sunrise on Sundays they drank blood and ate a body. It didn’t ...read more

  • Come To The Table

    Contributed by Bob Hostetler on Jun 6, 2002
    based on 80 ratings
     | 6,236 views

    A parable of communion

    Come to the Table Scripture Reading: 1 Cor. 11:23-29 INTRO: Once upon a time: there was a certain young man who had a nice fast car. • Picked up a friend for school function, • En route, driver went a little too fast, lost control • Car careened off road into tree; • driver survived, ...read more

  • The Cure For Communionitis

    Contributed by Clyde Grimes on Nov 5, 2002
    based on 55 ratings
     | 4,090 views

    Deals with the true significance of the Lord’s Supper.

    The Cure for Communionitis (1 Corinthians 11:17-34) I. Present Maladies A. A history of the “Love Feast” B. Abuses found in Corinth C. Application for today II. Pristine Model A. Rooted in history B. About God’s gift C. Celebrates a new covenant D. Proclaims our allegiance and hope III. Preventive ...read more

  • In Remembrance

    Contributed by Sheila Crowe on Nov 16, 2002
    based on 39 ratings
     | 6,238 views

    Communion is a time of remembrance bringing into the presence of Jesus Christ

    Sermon: In Remembrance I Cor 11:17-36 November 3, 2002 I. Introduction A. A little girl asked her mother one Sunday morning as she was preparing lunch, “Mommy, why do you cut off the ends of the ham before you cook it?” The girl’s mother turned and looked at her and said, “Oh, sweetie, I’m ...read more

  • A New Year's Feast

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Jan 10, 2003
    based on 71 ratings
     | 4,987 views

    A reflective communion service for New Years Sunday, incorporating the OT Feasts of Trumpets and the Day of Atonement. Worship interspersed

    A New Year’s Feast Jan 4/5, 2003 Intro: New year’s resolutions… There was a couple who were sitting with a marriage counselor for their first session and the good doctor asked them to identify what seemed to be the root of their problems. The wife responded, "It all started when we thought it ...read more

  • The Pain Of The Cross

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on May 29, 2003
    based on 74 ratings
     | 20,816 views

    Four aspects of Jesus’ pain on the cross.

    Matthew 26:36-38 The Pain of the Cross INTRODUCTION In his book titled, Systematic Theology, writer Wayne Grudem outlines four aspects of Jesus’ pain on the cross that I would like to share with you today. I want us to turn our hearts and thoughts to the sacrifice that Jesus made for each of us ...read more

  • Discerning The Body

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jun 6, 2003
    based on 21 ratings
     | 3,539 views

    The Lord’s Table is a place of connection and community, not of individuality and isolation; a place where one can be understood in the midst of an overwhelming world. It is a place of acceptance.

    A number of months ago, Margaret and I had the privilege of touring Italy, along with several of you and a number of other people. It was a wonderful experience, most of it. Most of it, but not all. The part that was less than wonderful came early in the tour, when we had a few free hours in ...read more

  • Trampling On Grace

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Mar 10, 2002
    based on 70 ratings
     | 5,251 views

    The most worshipful act a corporate body of believers accomplishes can be a source of shame or grace -- the Lord’s Supper -- don’t trample on the grace.

    March 10, 2002 23For this is what the Lord himself said, and I pass it on to you just as I received it. On the night when he was betrayed, the Lord Jesus took a loaf of bread, 24and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, "This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of ...read more

  • Eating At His Table

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 22, 2002
    based on 100 ratings
     | 22,707 views

    The Church at Corinth had a problem with communion. What was their problem and what can it tell us about our worship today?

    OPEN: Author Max Lucado tells of an episode from his youth. He was part of a group of young people from his church who, as a service ministry, took the Lord’s Supper to homebound or hospitalized members of the church. He and his friends visited one elderly gentleman in particular who was in the ...read more

  • Let Us Break Bread Together Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Feb 18, 2003
    based on 58 ratings
     | 11,788 views

    This is the 14th sermon in the series "Church On The Rocks". This sermon looks at the importance of The Lord’s Supper in worship.

    Sunday Morning February 23, 2003 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: ¡§Church On The Rocks¡¨ [#14] LET US BREAK BREAD TOGETHER 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Introduction: 1. When we come together to worship, what types of things do we do? „« Sing „« Pray „« Fellowship „« Read Scripture „« Study ...read more

  • The Last Supper

    Contributed by Gregory Mc Donald on Feb 19, 2003
    based on 355 ratings
     | 43,320 views

    Communion is not merely a ritual. It is fellowship and involvement in the life of Christ and His Body, "The Church".

    THE LAST SUPPER 1 COR. 11:17-34 Pastor Greg Mc Donald But in giving this instruction, I do not praise you, because you come together not for the better but for the worse. 18 For, in the first place, when you come together as a church, I hear that divisions exist among you; and in part, I believe ...read more