How to be Set Free (2 of 16) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Being Set Free: Galatians
Dr. Stan Coffey
Well, I tell you, we've been talking about love today and it is a beautiful, beautiful song about letting God's love flow through you and that's what our Agape Love Feasts are all about.
Over in Acts 2 the Bible talks about the early church and they were so excited after they got saved the Bible says they were praising God, having favor with all the people and it said they were eating their bread with gladness and singleness of heart.
They were worshipping daily in the temple and from house to house. Many Bible scholars believe that one of the practices of the early believers was to have meals together as a church family because often the church would be in a home and then as a part of their worship many times they would then break bread together.
Usually when it says "breaking of bread" it is talking about communion or the Lord's Supper and that of course represents that they were one body in the Lord and so what we are going to do beginning a week from tomorrow night as we have these times together.
We will have a wonderful meal together and a great time of sharing our testimonies and an opportunity to share our love with one another and then we will have an opportunity to have the Lord's Supper each and every night at the Agape Love Feast.
I hope that will remind us that we are one body and our ministry must be a ministry of the entire body and to the entire body of Christ. I'm going to lead in the Lord's Supper each one of those times and I'm going to do it in a way I've never done it before; I'm going to do it in a very unique way as far as our church is concerned.
I hope you will not miss those times. They are going to be wonderful times and you will be blessed and we will have a great time together. It will be a special time a highlight in our church.
Well, if you have your Bible, I want you to turn to Galatians Chapter 1 and we ...
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