Communion Meditation: Old Men and Young Children

The Psalm is exhaustive. This indicates that Yahweh does not like to leave people out in the duty of worship. If God is so deeply interested in having creation exalt Him, why is it so common for men to limit what God has pronounced limitless? At this table, everyone who has tasted of His goodness and received a new status and new name in baptism–old men and young children– are welcome at this table. The table of Jesus Christ is as exhaustive as the love of Christ for His people. Come and taste and praise Yahweh!

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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