Podcast #214: “Come To The Table” by Sidewalk Prophets

Remembering Jesus at the Table of the Last Supper in Luke 22

There is a table that all Christians come to — the Communion Table. Jesus instituted this practice of breaking the bread and taking the cup as He reclined at a table. Sidewalk Prophets’ song “Come to the Table” calls us to “take our place by the Savior now.” I encourage you to do just that as we explore the Lord’s Supper.

Let’s spend some time in thoughtful consideration of all that the Lord’s Supper really means.

On this episode I discuss:

  • Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – this week’s Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include:
    • Follow the cross references
    • Journal
    • Study with a friend
  • The account of Jesus reclining at the table at the Last Supper – Luke 22:7-13
  • Following the cross reference to Exodus 12
  • God’s lasting ordinance – Exodus 12:24-28
  • What we are to do in remembrance of Christ – Luke 22:14-20
  • Where we get the word “communion” in Scripture – 1 Corinthians 10:16 (KJV)
  • How “communion” means “union with”
  • Writing down the details and my own emotional response to Christ’s sacrifice
  • Allowing the input from others to compliment my own study
  • “The Bible was composed in such a way that as beginners mature, its meaning grows with them.” – St. Augustine
  • Allowing the Lord’s Supper to become too routine

 

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If you have never heard this song before, you can watch the official lyric video on YouTube below.

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This Week’s Challenge

Read in Luke 22 of the Last Supper. Learn more about the Passover meal by following the cross reference to Exodus 12. Keep reading in Luke to see the details of the sacrifice of our Savior and then journal your thoughts about the broken body and poured out blood for you. Then, the next time you come to the table let your thoughts bring you to a deeper place of remembrance as you carry out this ceremony until Christ returns. Do this in remembrance of Him.

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