The best theology we teach is not from the pulpit, but from the Lord's Supper. There we learn about the Godhead and the attributes of deity. There we learn about the person and work of Christ. There we learn about the sinfulness of man. There we learn about our great salvation. There we learn about the coming of Christ. There we learn the vocabulary of the Bible: grace, mercy, redemption, propitiation, reconciliation, atonement. There we worship! It is central to who we are.
In this booklet, David Glock addresses one of the major distinctives of the Assembly movement—our approach to the Lord's Supper. He outlines why we do what we do, and suggests that we have an obligation to share this blessed privilege with others.Pages: 24
Size: 4.5" x 6"
ISBN #: 1-59387-000-0
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Function of the Worship Meeting: How it Works
The Symbolism of the Worship Meeting: What it Means
The Benefits of the Worship Meeting: What it Does
Author info: David Glock is a graduate of Emmaus Bible School, Philadelphia College of Bible, and Dallas Theological Seminary. He has taught at Emmaus Bible College since 1968 and was Dean of Education for most of that period. David currently serves as an elder emeritus at Asbury Community Chapel in Dubuque, Iowa. He has four children (all of whom serve in assembly ministries), fourteen grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Dave is also the author of Walking with Jesus: 90 Devotionals on the Life of Christ