Lord’s Day 30

Jeremy Segstro

You are invited:  come to the Table!

  1. Come celebrate that the suffering is over
  2. Come celebrate with your brothers and sisters

Scripture reading: Hebrews 10:1-14

Reuben Bredenhof

Share in Holy Supper as Christ’s new covenant meal

  1. The splendid glory of the new covenant
  2. The serious demand of the new covenant

Scripture reading: Jeremiah 31:31-34, Hebrews 10:11-39

E. Kampen

Our parting look at the Lord’s Supper table impresses upon us the glory and seriousness of the gospel

We consider how we see:

  1. Its glory
  2. Its seriousness

Scripture readings:  Hebrews 9:11-28, Revelation 2:12-17

The Lord’s Supper testifies that we have complete forgiveness of all our sins in the one sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross once for all

This basic truth helps us:

  1. Expose a serious error concerning the table of the Lord
  2. Know who are to come to the table of the Lord
  3. Explain who are not to be admitted to the table of the Lord

Scripture readings:  Hebrews 7:20-28, Hebrews 9:23-28

Wes Bredenhof

We confess and celebrate the Lord’s Supper according to the command of Christ and his apostles

This results in a great difference:

  1. Between the Lord’s Supper and the Roman Catholic mass
  2. Between worthy and unworthy partakers

Scripture readings:  1 Corinthians 11:17-34, Hebrews 10:1-18

C. Stam

The confession concerning the Lord’s Supper as the table of the new covenant

  1. The strength of this new covenant
  2. The demand of this new covenant
  3. The holiness of this new covenant

Scripture reading:  Hebrews 10:1-18

B. Holwerda

The self-examination between baptism and the Lord’s Supper

In order to be well-done, this self-examination must be:

  1. Only out of a true faith
  2. Only according to the law of God
  3. Only for the glory of God

Scripture reading:  2 Corinthians 13

R. H. Bremmer

You have to know really well what you are doing when you celebrate the Holy Supper

  1. You have to know what this contains over against Rome
  2. You have to know in what condition you celebrate it
  3. You have to know for whom the Holy Supper is not appropriate

Scripture reading:  Hebrews 10:1-18

J. Beeke

The proper celebration of the Lord’s Supper

  1. The true meaning of the Lord’s Supper
  2. The true participants of the Lord’s Supper

Scripture reading:  John 6:41-59

K. Dijk

Altar or table?

  1. Not to an altar
  2. Only to a table

Scripture reading:  Hebrews 10:1-18

Who may come to the Lord’s table?

  1. Those who know their misery
  2. Those who know their salvation
  3. Those who want to show their gratitude

Scripture reading:  none provided in the original source

C. Vermeulen

Only those who know their need for Jesus Christ are to come to the Lord’s table

  1. Who are to come
  2. Who are not to come
  3. The responsibility of the whole congregation

Scripture readings:  Isaiah 62:1-7, Job 42:1-6, Galatians 2:17-21, 1 Corinthians 11:27-34

J. Kok

The celebration of the Lord’s Supper

  1. The value of the Lord’s Supper
  2. The use of the Lord’s Supper
  3. The fencing of the Lord’s Supper

Scripture reading:  Luke 14:16b

The strengthening of faith through the Lord’s Supper

  1. How does the Lord’s Supper do that?
  2. In whom does the Lord’s Supper do that?

Scripture reading:  2 Corinthians 12:9