Communion Meditation: Evermore and Evermore

Our most holy Lord was not bound by the law, but he endured the law’s demands that the law might not have power over us. Christ, the one give for us, now becomes our heavenly food. We who have our hearts circumcised and have entered the covenant through the new sign of the covenant, baptism, come to His table emboldened to obey and to live faithfully; set apart, just as He was set apart for us in his circumcision at birth and in death. May Christ our Lord be praised, evermore and evermore.

About Uri Brito

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