Ironies in the Lord's Supper

1 Corinthians 11:23-29

Paul's letter to the Corinthians shows us ironies in how people treat the Lord's Supper (a.k.a. Holy Communion).
Ironies in the Lord's Supper
byPastor Fred Schurman
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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.

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This Sermon is part of the 2020 Series "Ironies of the Passion"

Our Lent and Easter services for 2020 follow the theme "Ironies of the Passion," where we examine the words spoken about Jesus leading up to his death and resurrection.