Summary: This is an experience that if we do this, He says we would be blessed... I for one do not want to miss out on any blessing the word of God tells me that I can receive.

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Lord’s Supper

I. An act of Surrender (23) For I received from the Lord that which I also delivered to you, that the Lord Jesus in the night in which He was betrayed took bread; (24) and when He had given thanks, He broke it, and said, "This is My body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of Me." (25) In the same way He took the cup also, after supper, saying, "This cup is the new covenant inMy blood; do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me."

A. Obedience is primary in our relationship with our heavenly Father.

B. Obedience always brings about promise.

II. An act of Rememberance (24) and (25) You can forget Judges 2:10 Heb.10:32

A. Until now the observation of the "Passover Supper", was done in remembrance of what God did to deliver Israel from the captivity of Egypt.

B. They would take a little lamb without blemish and cut its throat "Peace Offering" were not consumed by fire and were therefore for the consumption of the Priest and the people.

Jesus was saying that their receiving of these portions were symbolic of their participation in His death.

They were now to remember His death as deliverance from eternal captivity to eternal life. Is.53:3-5

You cannot continue in sin for the Apostle finishes with a warning… 1Cor.11:27-29 this is why we must continue on in our salvation… from re birth to perfection… Heb.6:1

Be ye perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect. Mt.5:48

( IICor. 13:5 Examine) In Rev. 2-3 we find Jesus speaking to the 7 churches of Asia minor, why only 7? There were many churches not just 7. But every church is in one of the 7 categories.

OF the 7 only 2 had a right standing with God, but 5 were fooling themselves, thinking they can get away with sin…

But all had one thing in common, “ I Know Your Works” he knows and we can be found just as guilty as those who crucified Him…


Feet Washing

Jn.13:1-2 Jesus knowing that His time is short, that a cruel cross is ahead of Him, He also knows that His disciples, one is going to betray Him, one is going to deny Him, and they all are going to desert Him! And yet He still loves them!

Verse 3-Jesus, knowing that the Father had given all things into His hands, and that He had come from God and was going to God

Critical messages – often last minute orders

Jesus’ comfort was that He came from God and that He was going back to God!

That’s what got Him thru the pain, that’s what got Him thru the insults, that’s what got Him thru the death on the cross!

Do you know what will get you thru difficult days, thru hard times, thru pain and suffering? Knowing that you are God’s and one day you are going to be with Him forever!!

Verse 4-5- The One who should have been served, is serving

Hosts would provide a basin and water at the door. As guests arrived, they would remove their sandals and wash their feet if necessary.

Hosts might provide women, children, and Gentile slaves to wash the feet of others.

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