The Lord’s Supper: A Sealing Ordinance with a Prophetic Perspective

The Lord’s table.

Regeneration, Repentance and Reformation

Taken and adapted from, “Doctrinal and Practical Treatise on the Lord’s Supper”
Written by, James Grierson

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The two Sacraments or sealing ordinances of the New Testament, are Baptism and the Lord’s Supper.

Of both of them it may justly be said, that, while they illustrate the nature, they also afford one of the most conclusive evidences of the divine authority, or truth, of the Gospel. At the same time that they set forth, under the most simple and appropriate emblems and actions, the peculiar doctrines of our holy religion, they exhibit,if duly considered, a most striking demonstration of its heavenly origin. The same thing may be said with respect to the two corresponding ordinances which existed under the Old Testament dispensation, namely, Circumcision and the Passover.

It is obvious, from the narrative of the evangelists, and expressly declared by the Apostle Paul, on the special testimony of our Lord…

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