1. Maundy Thursday is your big night. For the Passover Lamb is given for you, given to you.
  2. By mandating the promise, Christ states something stronger than just an invitation.
  3. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE, Mike, Jason, and Wade continue the guys’ discussion of anthropology, now taking up life after the Flood, lifeblood, and the Lord’s Supper.
  4. In this sermon, we will begin with one of the oldest questions in the Bible: “Father where is the lamb?”
  5. On this episode of Preaching the Text, John Hoyum and Steve Paulson discuss the institution of the Lord's Supper as told by Matthew.
  6. A set of Holy Week poems written and published first by Tanner Olson on his website, writtentospeak.com.
  7. Today, Maundy Thursday, we receive the feast of Christ’s true body and blood for us, for the forgiveness of our sins. All of them.
  8. How fitting that we have our feet washed by the very God from whom we once ran in terror and shame.
  9. On this Maundy Thursday, in particular, let the “for you” of Christ’s gifts dominate.
  10. So let’s go to dark Gethsemane. For there we see that even in his greatest moment of weakness, Jesus is our only source of strength. He drinks the cup of wrath so we can drink the cup of grace.
  11. This is how the God of Abraham has become our God, too. This is how God has fulfilled His promise to Abraham and His promise to us: by breaking open His own body and shedding His own blood.
  12. In the upper room, Jesus revealed himself as the Lord of the dirty business of life.

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