Wine means wine by Tim Gallant

On the night He was betrayed, Jesus instituted a very simple rite. Two prayers, two elements: bread and wine. One would think that with such simplicity, we would have no problem following the pattern. But in truth, we do have a problem. We usually have one prayer instead of two, and in North America, wine is less likely to be served in most churches than grape juice.

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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2 Responses to Wine means wine by Tim Gallant

  1. aaron says:

    what about the popularity of trying to make everyone feel comfortable, and the art of lpulling off all the small details of pushing as many people through communion during the one song time slot?

  2. apologus says:

    I agree Aaron, we have sacrificed a biblical ritual at the altar of the world’s time frame.

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