The Lord's Table as Worship
The Lord's Table as Worship
Psalm 41:13; Revelation 1:7; 7:12; 1 Corinthians 10:14-21; 11:17-34
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Sunday School,  August 29, 2010

In this session, which brings us near the end of our series, we will take a look at two topics: the subject of "the amen" in worship, and the significance of the Lord's Table. The "amen" is traditional language in biblical worship by which we affirm and commit ourselves to what God has said. Likewise, when we gather around the Lord's Table, we are at once remembering what Christ has done for us in His cross work as well as affirming that work by our identification with Him and with each other.

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