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Tag Archives: Blood of the Covenant
(1 Corinthians 15:1-11) There are many, many things we have to learn in relation to walking in Christ, and there are often many different opinions about what we believe. But Christianity, when it is all boiled down, has only a … Continue reading
(1 Corinthians 10:14-22) All of the things the Lord taught His disciples and requested them to pass on to the disciples they made for Him were done for a purpose. Nothing the Lord asks, did or gave to man is … Continue reading
(1 Corinthians 6:19-20) Two of the most important factors in the Christian life are covered in this section of scripture. It also gives us two excellent reasons why we must do as the final few words in this section tells … Continue reading
(John 6:52-65) What on earth is going on here? Is the Lord suggesting we become cannibals or vampires? He is saying that we need to eat his flesh and drink his blood, which sounds pretty sick. In fact there are … Continue reading
(Mark 14:22-25) As Jesus and the disciples took the Passover, Jesus blessed and broke bread giving some of it to each of them. He said, “Take; this is my body.” (Verse 22) Then he took the cup and gave it … Continue reading
(Matthew 26:57-68) The trial of Jesus before Caiaphas could only be described as a kangaroo court. They had already pronounced judgement before he was brought to trial. All they needed was for someone to provide a reason for taking their … Continue reading
(Matthew 26:26-29) There are very few ordinances required under the New Covenant. Baptism, laying on of hands, anointing with oil and the breaking of bread in communion are about all that are established in the New Covenant. Each of these … Continue reading