As Often as You do This! 1 Corinthians 11:25-26 Charles H. Spurgeon When we began to break bread on every
first day of the week, I heard some say they thought that communion so often to the Table might take away the impressiveness of the
holy feast Purpose: to see our need to meet around the Lords Table EVERY first day of the week Certainly, you are aware most churches
have communion; yet, they spread it but once a month, a quarter, semi-annually or annually I Considerations for WEEKLY Communion A. The Church at Jerusalem
(Acts 2:42) The steadfastly continued in four key matters: 1) apostles doctrine; 2) fellowship; 3) breaking of bread; 4) prayer I Considerations for WEEKLY
Communion A. The Church at Jerusalem (Acts 2:42) B. The Church at Troas (Acts 20:7) C. The Church at Corinth (1 Corinthians 16:2
If it is not the privilege and proper response of every Christian to assemble on the first day of the week for the express reason to meet around the Lords Table, it would be impossible from reason to show it is their privilege
and proper response to meet monthly, quarterly etc. around the Lords Table based on Scripture! IIConsiderations Against WEEKLY Communion A. Times Have Changed
First Christians needed to meet frequently because persecution gave them ground to fear every Sunday may be their last IIConsiderations Against WEEKLY
Communion A. Times Have Changed B. It Will Lose Its Meaning Kiwanis International use to have a standing policy: Miss three meetings in a row and you are out. Why do you
suppose they had this policy? Summary and Conclusion: I conclude by saying the Bible says precisely the same thing concerning the Lords Supper to remind us of our purpose! But how often should we meet?
Let the Bible speak and next week, as well as, every remaining Sunday until the Lord returns, we will meet together in remembrance of Him!
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