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SERMONS & MEDIA ON THE LORD'S SUPPER

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THE LORD'S SUPPER SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

It was the evening before His crucifixion, ''the night in which He was betrayed,'' that the Lord arranged to borrow an upper room on Mt. Zion to host His Disciples for the Jewish Seder meal at which He instituted a new supper to be done ''in remembrance of me.'' We call this memorial meal, ''The Lord's Supper.'' It is His andnot ours. He does the inviting. Whenever we partake in this...

by Ernest Easley

Now as we continue preparing to share in the Lord's Supper, take your Bible and turn with me once again to John 15 where we find Jesus illustrating truth through the allegory of the vine and the branches. You will notice that chapter 14 concludes in verse 31 by Jesus saying, ''Get up; let's leave this place'' (HCSB). Get up and leave what place...

by Marvin D. Patterson

I love the story of the old man who had too much to drink, who came to a revival meeting and got saved. Immediately after the service, the pastor took the candidates out to the river to be baptized. The man, who had just been saved, was still pretty well ''sauced.'' The pastor took his head, shoved him down into the water, brought him up...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

We have no respect whatever for the ordinances of men in religion. Anything that is only invented by churches or councils is nothing whatever to us. We know of two ordinances instituted by the Lord Jesus Christ-the baptism of believers and the Lord's Supper; and we utterly abhor and reject all pretended sacraments of every kind. And....

by Jerry Vines

We will look at three Scripture references tonight. I want to talk briefly to you about three suppers to which all people are invited. The first one is in Luke 14, beginning in verse 16 through 23. ''Then said he (Jesus) unto him, A certain man made a great supper, and bade many: And sent his servant at supper time to say to them that were bidden, Come: for all things are now ready. And they all with one consent began to...

by Terry J. Hallock

You are invited to supper with a person you might not wish to be seen with, at a place you might not wish to go, and for a meal you might not wish to eat. The host of this supper is not attractive; some might call Him repulsive. It was once written of him, ''He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to him, nothing in his appearance that we should desire him. He was despised and rejected by...

by James Merritt

What we are about to do today is observe an event that is 2000 years old, but that event is based upon another event that is 1000 years older than that. I take you back 3000 years to the land of Egypt to an event known to the Jewish nation as ''Passover''. The God appointed leader of the nation of Israel was a man named, Moses. God had...

by Jerry Branch

Today, as all of us prepare our hearts to remember Jesus Christ through the observance of the Ordinance of the Lord's Supper, I'd like us to spend some time considering just what this service is all about. This may help each of us get even more out of this ordinance, in that we'll have our minds and thoughts more squarely upon our Lord, Jesus Christ...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: The Passover recorded in the book of Exodus will always serve as a backdrop for the Last Supper in which Jesus participated and the Lord's Supper, which is the mannerism of the church. In the Passover meal there are four cups of wine used, each having their own significance. I wish to do a brief overview of the four cups and then focus in on the third cup...

by Tony Nester

Jews were required to search the house for yeast, in silence and by candlelight. Why? Because on the first Passover the Israelites were instructed to bake bread quickly and without yeast, for God was going to lead them out of Egypt that very night. Any yeast found in the house where the Passover Meal was to be eaten was to be put away by burning it or by crumbling and...