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The Sacrament of the Altar

a study following the structure of the 6th part of Luther's Small Catechism

Ronnie Koch

on 27 March 2013

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Transcript of The Sacrament of the Altar

Sacrament of the Altar What is the Sacrament of the Altar?

It is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ under the bread and wine, instituted by Christ Himself for us Christians to eat and to drink. Where is this written?
The holy Evangelists Matthew, Mark, Luke, and St. Paul write: Our Lord Jesus Christ, on the night when He was betrayed, took bread, and when He had given thanks, He broke it and gave it to the disciples and said: “Take, eat; this is My body, which is given for you. This do in remembrance of Me.”

In the same way also He took the cup after supper, and when He had given thanks, He gave it to them, saying, “Drink of it, all of you; this cup is the new testament in My blood, which is shed for you for the forgiveness of sins. This do, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me.” Matthew 26:26-28 Mark 14:22-24 Luke 22:19-20 1 Corinthians 11:23-25 Mathhew 26:2 ". . . and the Son of Man will be handed over to be crucified.” This is Jesus' meal
not ours.
We listen ot Him to teach us what it is. Eucharist - giving thanks.
"it is truly good, right and salutary
that we should at all times and in all places
give thanks to you almighty God. . . Although Jesus usually socialized (ate and drank) with tax collectors and sinners, this was a closed meal, for only those who had been instructed and were in this close fellowship. Does everyone who eats
the bread, receive the body of Christ, or only those who believe? 1 Corinthians 10:16 Colossians 1:22 Who receives this sacrament worthily?
Fasting and bodily preparation are certainly fine outward training. But that person is truly worthy and well prepared who has faith in these words: “Given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sins.”

But anyone who does not believe these words or doubts them is unworthy and unprepared, for the words “for you” require all hearts to believe. Lord's Supper
Abendmahl 1 John 1:7 Acts 2:42 Lutheranism 101, CPH © 2010 What is the benefit of this eating and drinking?

These words, “Given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sins,” show us that in the Sacrament forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation are given us through these words. For where there is forgiveness of sins, there is also life and salvation. Who should receive
the Sacrament of the Altar? Recently this question is being asked in this age of . . . Individualism Relativism Barbarism Answer, "Not yet, because of . . . " LOVE 1 Corinthians 11:23-30 TRUTH "Let your "Yes," be yes,
and your "No," no."
(James 5:12) Skepticism (instruction) (confession) Mark 2:15-17 Those who BELIEVE that . . . a. They need it (that, is, they are REPENTANT) b. The Lord gives what they need. (that is they have been CATECHIZED) Who should not receive the Sacrament of the Altar? a. the unrepentant b. the unforgiving c. those of another confession d. those unable to examine themselves.
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