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
- 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.
- Purchase the album or single on Amazon
- Lyrics and chords
- Devotional based on “Come To The Table” by Sidewalk Prophets – YouTube Video
- Sermon Jam Remix based on “Come To The Table” – YouTube Video