Lord’s Supper Talks

The primary reason that Christians gather for Sunday worship is identified in a fleeting reference of Acts 2. The plot of that passage is to tell the story of a tragedy-turned-miracle — the resurrection of Eutychus after he fell from a window to his death. Luke, the writer of the book, started the story by noting the time and context of the event. It occurred “on the first day of the week, when we were gathered together to break bread.”

That passage alone provided an apostolic example that saints have followed for more than 2,000 years, as churches around the world partake in the Lord’s Supper on the first day of the week. To help brethren appreciate the purpose of that memorial feast, men typically give short talks about the death, burial and resurrection of Christ, the purpose of His sacrifice, the prophecies about his life and death, and the biblical accounts of the institution of the Lord’s Supper, among other themes.

This page provides links to such talks, as well as articles and related Bible passages, to help men prepare their thoughts in presiding at the table in their own congregations.

Articles
The Lord’s Supper: Do This in Remembrance of Jesus (Don Adair)
Meditations for the Lord’s Supper (John Gibson)
The Purpose of the Lord’s Supper (Brent Kercheville)
Some Thoughts on the Lord’s Supper (Rick Tolbert)
Things to Think Upon During the Lord’s Supper (Jeff May)
Thoughts around the Lord’s Table (Jeff Himmel)
Why Christians Should Take the Lord’s Supper Every Sunday (Jason Cheney)

Scriptures
Laurel Canyon church of Christ
North Terrace church of Christ

Short Talks
Bellaire church of Christ
The Gospel Defender
Gospel Invitations
La Vista church of Christ (Lord’s Supper training class)
Lord’s Supper Table Talks (Ernest Clevenger)
Palm Springs Drive church of Christ

Disclaimer: A listing on this website is not an endorsement of any specific content as containing truth. Readers should always compare the words of men to the scriptures.

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