“For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord's death till he come.”
King James Version (KJV)
stanjett's comment on 2020-09-15 22:18:19:
Cut the hair or fur off of.
FRANCES j DONALDSON's comment on 2020-09-15 06:17:01:
what does shorn mean
Nel's comment on 2020-08-30 00:56:12:
How do we discern the Lord's body
Betty's comment on 2020-06-08 16:41:43:
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Chris's comment on 2020-04-13 21:59:42:
I have never heard of it as being in the Bible & after a search, I couldn't find the phrase. More likely, just a colloquial phrase in today's speech, to give some measure of comfort & assurance that most of our present sorrows will diminish or dissolve.
bob Hilt's comment on 2020-04-13 12:08:03:
Joel 2:31 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come. Acts 2:20 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come: rnrnRevelation 6:12 And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; (This is toward the end of the tribulation) rnrnTV preachers will do anything to get you to buy their books for only 19.95 rnrnwhen this happens we shall all know it and you will not need to buy a book from a TV preacher to understand it.rnrnI just saved you 19.95.
Blood moon's comment on 2020-04-13 09:47:05:
What does the blood moon have to do with the Lord coming
Minnie's comment on 2020-04-13 09:30:19:
Is the phrase "This too shall pass" a bible quote
Mishael's comment on 2020-04-10 16:47:45:
I was taught Selah, means "pause, and think on these things'.
Chris's comment on 2020-04-08 23:05:12:
This Hebrew word has been difficult to correctly translate. However, it is generally accepted that it means: to pause or to reflect at the end of the 'verse' (on what has just been read or sung). At times, it could also mean some type of musical term or provide musical direction. We know that Psalms, in Hebrew, are poetic in nature and often sung, especially to musical accompaniment: (see James 5:13). Also when the Lord spent his final hours with his disciples in the Upper Room, at the end of their meal, they had sung a hymn (very likely a Psalm) & then went out to the Mt. of Olives. However, Selah could possibly allow for some thanks and praise, as was suggested to you.
Vanasha Little's comment on 2020-04-08 21:48:31:
Selah, what does it mean as a word in general???rnrnSomeone or an angel told me that it is the same as saying, thank you Jesus, or praises to my Lord and savior or hallelujah thank you Jesus. Is that true???
Chris's comment on 2020-04-06 23:12:09:
The Lord's Supper was instituted so that as a Church, we could come together to remember him. If we consider the Lord and the apostles in the upper room and also the new fledgling Church, the remembrance of His death was always in the company of others, as they partook of the common bread and cup. I don't believe a leader in the Church has to necessarily be the convener and officiator at the Lord's Table; any brother could officiate. The point was that believers who got together to worship the Lord, also took time during their fellowship meal to remember Jesus' sacrifice. This could be done at home, but as an individual? This would appear pointless & suggest to receive a special blessing.
Andrew Azariah's comment on 2020-04-06 20:23:19:
Can one take communion at home ,individually or with family/friends apart from formal church gathering presided over by the elder/presbyter/pastor ?
Sue Edwards's comment on 2014-06-02 07:20:12:
I believe that when God says "as often as you eat... ", he means Every Time you eat and drink. Therefore, rather than communion being a ceremony performed once a week or once a month in the church, when all come together to eat and drink the bread and wine, which The Word prohibits, vs 20 22 it is a private appreciation of and thanks giving for the sacrificial death of Jesus.