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I look forward to communion. It makes real the sacrifice. I have never experienced communion outside of church.

I think what is interesting is how in the old testament the chosen people of God were to be so different from those they lived with. God specifically told them how to consecrate themselves and behave so that they were very different from other nations.

Then today are we not equally challenged to be different in a dramatic fashion. We are to be clothed in Christ's work so that when we are in other settings there is a difference of love, kindness, compassion, understanding, and service.

I am looking at my clothes.

This is exactly what our message was about last Sunday. The entire service about communion and it was so beautiful. We have a new young pastor and his wife and three boys from WI. They are precious. But yes, it makes you stop and think and remember what Jesus did for us for our community and the world. He poured out His blood for the forgiveness of many. Though we be sinners, through his shed blood and the the forgiveness of sins, we are are made new. It's beautiful 😍

It mentioned in Matheew 26 /verse 14 about Judas being paid 30 shekels of silver. This is the same amount in Exodus 21, verse 32-" If the ox gores a slave, male or female, the owner shall give to their master thirty shekels[e] of silver, and the ox shall be stoned.

Hello and thank you for the wonderful work you all do.

There is an error in the New Testament notes section.... "and how we was not a typical martyr".

I believe you meant to write "He", not "we".

God bless you all and I love your ministry!

Jon Morris

I belive a vital part of communion is the need to examine ourselves before receiving it. To confess any sins. Failure to do so can result in sickness because we receive it in an unworthy manner. 1 Corinthians 11.27, 29. There needs to be a reverence about it. To not take it lightly.

It is very important to take the Lord's supper in church every Sunday!

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