10 comments on “The Last Supper

  1. “each of us pause in our busy day to reflect” – it’s the kind of grounded reflection that merits a frequent return. Thanks Don.

  2. Just as Jesus submitted Himself to the will of the Father, we must submit ourselves to God’s will for our lives. This is not necessarily an easy task. We may have to give our lives for the cause just like people in foreign lands. Will we easily, without hesitation, give ourselves over to the hands of persecutors?

    • That’s the question all right and Peter and the others will give their answers… both in words…. yes, and in deeds soon enough. As for us, well that’s the real question, isn’t it?

  3. Hi Don, The Lord’s Supper has become more and more meaningful to me. My church has gone through a horrendous split. We called Metanoia Ministries for help. One of the first things they did was to have Communion every Sunday, instead of monthly. I truly believe it was sharing the Lord’s Table together that helped us heal. I have a weekly Bible study at my house, and before the study, we share Communion together. Communion helps us to put our focus on Christ and helps us let go of the distractions of the day. Thanks for your post. – Lydia

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