Gratefully Gracious

November 18, 2018

Matthew 5:43-45; 26:25-29 | |

In some traditions the Lord’s Supper is called the “Eucharist” from the greek work meaning Thanksgiving. Long before the Pilgrims landed and gave thanks to God in the United States, our Lord and Savior gave thanks as he broke bread and shared the cup with his disciples. Today we come singing to the Lord’s Supper Table as we give thanks together for Christ’s broken body and shed blood and we remember God’s ultimate act of kindness and goodness to us.