Psalms Chapter 141 Discussion

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  • Chris
    Leslie, the Ordinance of the Lord's Supper is essentially a memorial occasion where the body of believers who meet together for worship & ministry from the Word, also physically remember the Lord's Sacrifice for them. It is a very practical, visible way to help focus our thoughts upon the Lord, when many people had many other distractions during the week. As also in the other ordinance given to the Church, Water Baptism, this was an act of signify the change in one's life, identification with Christ, & performed before witnesses who marked that one as 'now belonging to Christ'.

    So, I see that both these Ordinances given to us, are meant for public performance: the Lord's Supper with believers, & Baptism before the unbelievers. One could in a sense perform them in private & be happy within oneself that the Lord is being remembered in the breaking of bread, but Scripturally speaking, this is would not be the right way to do it because of its meaning & significance.
  • Leslie Olayiwola
    It's about communion. Every 1st Sunday in Church we had communion, we are to show the LORD's death toll he returns. Confess sins, only God can take away. Haven't had communion since lock down. How should I have communion at home,should I have it at home and why can't I have it at home? I am a Christian not a Catholic it makes a difference to me.

    I await your answer. But in the mean time I will check my

  • Mishael
    Yes you can do it at home. Find the first communion in the Bible, And speak it out As you take the elements assembled.

    I do this in remembrance of you, Jesus.

    It's important not to partake until you have forgiven people who have wronged you.

    Let it all go.
  • Stephen B
    I need to pray verse 3 every day!
  • Mary Boardwine
    Thats a good prayer for us all.

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