A.H. Strong on the Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper is that outward rite in which the assembled church eats bread broken and drinks wine poured forth by its
appointed representative, in token of its constant dependence on the once crucified, now risen Savior, as source of its spiritual
life. In other words, in token of that abiding communion of Christ’s death and resurrection through which the life begun in
regeneration is sustained and perfected.”  A.H. Strong, Systematic Theology

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2 Responses to A.H. Strong on the Lord’s Supper

  1. David Beirne says:

    Good Baptist way of putting it 🙂 .

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