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The Blessing and Privilege of Communion - Matthew 26 - Bryant L. Bacon, Sr.

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As a result, all those that faithfully followed his instructions did not see death come to their households. Many did lose their children and animals since they refused to obey God.


As the people of that day looked upon the blood that had been placed on the post, they recalled that the Lord had passed over the house since they had obeyed Him. This became a remembrance to them as to how God had been with them.


Therefore the text we are looking at this morning clearly demonstrates to us the importance of taking and receiving the Lord’s Supper with the right heart, mind and motive.


For just a few minutes allow me to examine several principles found in this text done by Christ that should be obeyed by us.




HE TOOK THE BREAD (Verse 26) Talk about the Cup parallel to Bread


“He took the bread…”,“…He took the Cup…”


The fact that Christ took the bread demonstrates that His death was a voluntary act and that His life and destiny was in His hands and not the hands of His persecutors.


On many occasions evil men had sought to take the life of Christ but were unable to do so.  Herod sought to take Christ’s life as a babe but destiny would not allow it to happen.  Mobs tried to take the life of Christ but destiny would not allow it to take place. 

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