Jesus taught his disciples the responsibility to go into all the world and preach the gospel.  He taught them the reason for the Passover and the communion table.  He wanted them to understand that the Passover meal was to remind them of the bondage they had been delivered from, and that the communion table was to acknowledge the debt Jesus paid for our sins.

God loves us too much to see us perish, he wants us to have everlasting life.  That’s when Jesus said ” I will give my body and take your sin upon myself.”  Jesus bore our sin, he became sin once and for all.  By his shed blood all that was needed was accomplished.

We participate in Communion in remembrance of Jesus Christ and his broken body and the blood he shed for our sins, for you and for me.

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