Reformation Communion Meditation: A Table of Blessing

The Reformation got rid of the mysticism that surrounded the Lord’s Table. This table is a table of faith: young and old belong at this table. The God the Reformers believed was not a miserly God, He was an abundant God. This God did not give a stone when His children asked for bread. He did not give water to the wedding guests, He gave the best wine. The God the Reformers believed loved to shower His children with blessings. This table is a blessing to us baptized and forgiven by the God who is Three and One.

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About Uri Brito

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