The Lord's Supper — Expression of the Fellowship

1 Corinthians 1:9; 1 Corinthians 11:23-26.

N. Anderson.

The -

REVELATION   of it from Christ in glory to the apostle for

COMMUNICATION  to the Assembly, as such, hence its

CELEBRATION  with its character of

COMMEMORATION of the death of Christ, with its

DECLARATION of that fact to any and all who will take account of it, and this in the

ANTICIPATION  of His coming again, thus indicating His intention of its

CONTINUATION  until then.

There is need on our part of

PREPARATION  in the light of the fact, as propounded in chapter 10, that

PARTICIPATION  in the Lord's Supper involves our

IDENTIFICATION  with the death of Christ, and commits us to the

OBLIGATION to stand apart, in holy separation, from everything which is condemned in, and opposed to, the death of our Lord.