You can’t proclaim what you don’t remember

In our read-through-the-Bible plan, we come to 1 Corinthians 11:17-34.  where Paul gives instructions regarding The Lord’s Supper. Evidently, there were abuses that needed correction.   John Piper, in a sermon, “The Lord’s Supper as Worship”, says that we express the value of Christ by “remembering,” by “proclaiming,” and by “nourishing.” Reminding First, the Lord’s … More You can’t proclaim what you don’t remember

Overestimating and underestimating the Lord’s Supper

John Piper, in a sermon,“Idolatry, the Lord’s Supper, and the Body of Christ” What 1 Corinthians 10 is about is the way the Corinthians had overestimated the power of the Lord’s Supper as sacramental food, and had underestimated the purpose of the Lord’s Supper as spiritual fellowship with Christ. In other words, they saw eating … More Overestimating and underestimating the Lord’s Supper

Piper: Express the value of Christ by “remembering,” by “proclaiming,” and by “nourishing.”

John Piper, in a sermon, “The Lord’s Supper as Worship”, says that we express the value of Christ by “remembering,” by “proclaiming,” and by “nourishing.” Reminding First, the Lord’s Supper expresses the value of Christ by reminding us of him. Notice the word “remembrance” twice. Once in relation to the bread in verse 24 and … More Piper: Express the value of Christ by “remembering,” by “proclaiming,” and by “nourishing.”

Expressing the Value of Christ in the Lord’s Supper

John Piper, in a sermon, “The Lord’s Supper as Worship”, says that we express the value of Christ by “remembering,” by “proclaiming,” and by “nourishing.” Reminding First, the Lord’s Supper expresses the value of Christ by reminding us of him. Notice the word “remembrance” twice. Once in relation to the bread in verse 24 and … More Expressing the Value of Christ in the Lord’s Supper