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Matthew 28
posted August 9, 2012

Revelation 13
posted August 16, 2012

This Do In Remembrance Of Me


Regarding the Lord's Supper Jesus said, “This do in remembrance of Me.” We are told that the church that was established on the Day of Pentecost continued steadfastly in the Apostles’ doctrine, in fellowship, in the breaking of bread and the prayers. In Acts twenty, Luke tells us, “And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight.”

The practice of the Church at Troas serves as a precedent for us today. Under the oversight of an inspired Apostle, the Church observed the Lord’s Supper every first day of the week. They did not come to hear this ace of Apostles, this prince of preachers, this dauntless disciple, this peerless prophet; they came for the purpose of observing the feast. Over one hundred thousand Sundays have passed by since the day the Church began. The Lord’s Supper has been observed on every one of those Sundays and will continue to be observed on every Sunday until that day when the trumpet sounds announcing the Lord’s return. The Lord’s Supper is a continual reminder to the Christian that Jesus died to save us. Jesus said, “Whosoever shall confess Me before men I will confess before the Father who is in heaven.”
The Lord’s Supper is an opportunity to re-confess that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God. If the President of our country would send you an invitation to dine with him at the White House on the occasion of his birthday; RSVP. I wonder how many would respond by telling him, “Sorry Mister President, I can't make it; that's my bowling night. Ladies and Gentlemen, as a Christian you have a personal invitation from the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords to be present to observe the feast of the Lord’s Supper; not in remembrance of His birth, but in remembrance of His death. We celebrate the birth of men like Washington, Lincoln and King, but with Jesus it is His death that we celebrate. Nothing is said in scripture about observing His birth. It is His death we celebrate. This do in remembrance of Me.