Tag Archives: Lord’s Table

Revisiting our Observance of the Lord’s Supper

Yet another post on our observance of the Lord’s Supper.  Why? It’s a means of grace that God’s people should be benefiting from each time it is celebrated (whatever we choose to call it – Eucharist, Holy Communion, etc). Question: … Continue reading

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Take Eat, Take Drink: Reflections on the Lord’s Supper

When I administered the Lord’s Supper (Eucharist) today, I began with the words of institution from 1 Corinthians 11:23ff. I went on to fence (a practice some might disagree with) the Lord’s Table by encouraging only those who have made a credible profession … Continue reading

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John Piper transcends Baptists’ Dualism in What Happens at the Lord’s Table

Traditionally, Baptists tend to be memorialist when it comes to what happens in the partaking of the Lord’s Supper, despite the rich understanding of the Lord’s Supper in the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689 (Reformed Baptists, at least). However, … Continue reading

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