Tag Archives: Lord’s Supper

Reminder

I put it off for a while, but I finally made a life change that is a concession to my forgetfulness. I started putting my daily medication in a pill box that helps me remember if I have taken my … Continue reading

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Friendly Reminder

Yesterday a lady from our dentist’s office called to remind my wife and me that we have appointments today. And this morning, an automated call from my doctor’s office reminded me that I am scheduled to see my family physician … Continue reading

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Meal Time

My grandmother spent several years of her adult life living with her bachelor uncle. She was a teacher, and he owned a country grocery store that was about a quarter mile away from the house where they lived. In the … Continue reading

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Faithful Observance

My great-great grandmother prepared communion for her little country church for at least 47 years. When she could no longer perform this duty, my grandmother took over for her, and she carried on this family tradition for another 40 years. … Continue reading

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Meaningful Death

On a recent trip to Washington, D.C., my wife and I visited Arlington National Cemetery. As we moved through the grounds, we took notice of the distinctive grave markers. The symmetry of their color, shape, size and alignment is quite … Continue reading

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We Remember

My wife and I recently visited Washington, D.C. for a week. Knowing we would be walking around outdoors a lot, I searched for a hat to protect my bald head from the sun. I found a Boston baseball cap that … Continue reading

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The Tie that Binds

Paul chastised the church at Corinth for the divisions that existed in that congregation. They even allowed the Lord’s Supper–which should be, among other things, a celebration of unity–to become divisive. Communion gives members of a local church the chance … Continue reading

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We Remember

Alice Gray shares the following story. Her husband died suddenly in an accident and she was left to raise her two sons alone. At first she was surrounded by compassionate and caring friends. They brought meals, sent cards, made phone … Continue reading

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Remembering Important Things

Husbands have been known to get into trouble with their wives for not remembering the date of their wedding. There are few marital sins greater than forgetting an anniversary! Cheryl Bennett and Steven DeLong have come up with an almost … Continue reading

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Simple Reminder

When the Israelites entered the promised land, the Lord had them to set up 12 stones as a reminder of what the Lord had done for them. This simple memorial would be used to tell the story of God’s goodness … Continue reading

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