The Lord’s Supper is a remembrance of and participation in God’s victory of sin and death. It is not a place to dwell on his actions rather than ours. We could think that God’s focus is on the work of Jesus, and not our works, as well. …when Christians meet, they break bread and drink …

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 28 75. Q. How are you reminded and assured in the Holy Supper that you participate in the one sacrifice of Christ on the cross and in all his benefits? A. In this way: Christ has commanded me and all believers to eat of this broken bread, and to drink …

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The sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s supper are distinct means of grace; the number of times we receive them, the grace we receive through them, and the time in our life and spiritual development that we receive them worthily differ. To suggest otherwise confuses their purpose, detracting from them and the blessing they give. …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 43 Q & A 171 Q How are they that receive the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper to prepare themselves before they come unto it? A They that receive the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper are, before they come, to prepare themselves thereunto, by examining themselves of their being …

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