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Mathew Oluwaseun
University of Ilorin (Unilorin)
Mechanical Engineering
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Friday, May 31

Luke 22:14-23

THE LORD’S SUPPER SHARED WITH DISCIPLES

“When the hour came, Jesus and His apostles reclined at the table” Luke 22:14.

Sharing a meal together as family is a very important part of family relationship that a lot of people value even when they are not together. Mealtime for some is a routine while other people only have it on special occasions. It serves as a time of bonding and it helps families connect with one another. It can also be a moment of reflection on daily activities and a place to unburden the heart. Mealtime also helps the decision-making of the family because everyone gets to contribute.
The Lord’s Supper is an ordinance being observed as a symbol to commemorate the ultimate price Jesus paid for the redemption of sins. In our text today, Jesus reclined at the table with His disciples to eat the Passover meal; there He also instituted the new ordinance. The Lord’s Supper. It was to serve as a reminder to the disciples about His body and blood given for them. The words and deeds of Jesus that night plunged the disciples into gloom as He started by expressing how eagerly He had wanted to eat that meal with them. This event marked a new beginning in the lives of the disciples. God is set to begin afresh with you also if you will eagerly take His offer of salvation. The fellowship meal is for the disciples alone, so get enlisted too.

Birthday Blessing: “Today, I declare an escape for you from every fowler’s snare in the name of Jesus!” Psalm 124:7.

RBT Passage: Job 17 – 20

“How deeply do we stand obliged to Christ who has redeemed us from hell?”. – Thomas Watson

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