THE LORD’S SUPPER AND THE CHURCH THE LORD’S SUPPER AND THE CHURCH
The Lord’s Supper Gone Viral The   Coronavirus   threat,   which   has   temporarily   shut   down   the   assemblies   of   churches, has   raised   a   new   twist   on   an   old   question:      “Where   may   we   partake   of   the   Lord’s   Supper?”      It has   been   credibly   reported   that   some,   feeling   a   keen   need   to   partake   of   the   Lord’s   Supper “with”   their   brethren   but   at   a   safe   distance,   have   decided   to   go   “viral”   with   the   Lord’s   Supper and partake of it online in their homes. This   raises   important   questions,   the   first   being,   of   course,   “Is   this   a   Scripturally   valid substitute   for   partaking   of   the   Lord’s   Supper   in   church?”      Yet,   someone   is   sure   to   ask,   “If   we can   do   this   during   the   Coronavirus   threat,   why   can’t   we   do   it   all,   or   more,   of   the   time?”     Thus,   it is   not   hard   to   imagine   how   this   question   might   threaten   attendance   and,   ultimately,   even   the existence of churches.  In short, this is a very relevant and practical question. Perhaps   there   is   something   to   be   appreciated   in   the   sentiments   of   those   who   feel   a   keen desire   to   be   with   their   brethren   and   partake   of   the   Lord’s   Supper   by   doing   “the   next   best   thing.”     The   relevant   sermons   provided   herein   are   not   intended   to   diminish   that   desire   but   only   to provide helpful and timely answers to ensure worship which is acceptable to God.
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The Lord’s Supper Gone Viral The    Coronavirus    threat,    which    has    temporarily    shut    down    the assemblies   of   churches,   has   raised   a   new   twist   on   an   old   question:      “Where may   we   partake   of   the   Lord’s   Supper?”      It   has   been   credibly   reported   that some,   feeling   a   keen   need   to   partake   of   the   Lord’s   Supper   “with”   their brethren   but   at   a   safe   distance,   have   decided   to   go   “viral”   with   the   Lord’s Supper and partake of it online in their homes. This   raises   important   questions,   the   first   being,   of   course,   “Is   this   a Scripturally   valid   substitute   for   partaking   of   the   Lord’s   Supper   in   church?”     Yet,   someone   is   sure   to   ask,   “If   we   can   do   this   during   the   Coronavirus threat,   why   can’t   we   do   it   all,   or   more,   of   the   time?”      Thus,   it   is   not   hard   to imagine   how   this   question   might   threaten   attendance   and,   ultimately,   even the   existence   of   churches.      In   short,   this   is   a   very   relevant   and   practical question. Perhaps   there   is   something   to   be   appreciated   in   the   sentiments   of those   who   feel   a   keen   desire   to   be   with   their   brethren   and   partake   of   the Lord’s    Supper    by    doing    “the    next    best    thing.”        The    relevant    sermons provided   herein   are   not   intended   to   diminish   that   desire   but   only   to   provide helpful and timely answers to ensure worship which is acceptable to God.
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