Paul's letter to the Corinthians shows us ironies in how people treat the Lord's Supper (a.k.a. Holy Communion).
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- Irony that it is a last will and testament, yet people change the words and break the covenant.
- Irony that it is for Godly hunger, but people turn it into a worldly hunger.
- Irony that it gives Godly Wisdom, yet it is twisted by worldly wisdom.
Sermons from the "Ironies of the Passion" series for Lent & Easter 2020:
- This Man Went Home Justified
- It Is Better That One Man Die for the People
- Not During the Festival
- He Had Been Wanting to See Jesus
- We Have No King but Caesar!
- Don't You Fear God?
- Our Savior Rides Gloriously into Jerusalem
- Do This in Remembrance of Me
- He Said: "I Will Rise Again"
- An Empty Tomb Receives Visitors
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