Lesson 20

A Course in Reformed DoctrineLesson 123456, 7 (review lesson), 8910111213, 14 (review lesson), 151617181920, 21 (review lesson), 222324252627, 28 (review lesson)

Memory Work:

Q1. What is the Lord’s Supper?
A. It is the sacrament in which we remember and believe that Jesus died for our sins.

Q2. What did Jesus use in the Lord’s Supper?
He took bread and wine to point to His broken body and shed blood.

Q3. Who may come to the Lord’s Supper?
A. Only those who confess their sins, trust in Jesus, and desire to walk in His ways.

Q4. What does the Holy Spirit do in the Lord’s Supper?
A. The Holy Spirit works in our hearts to strengthen our faith in Jesus.

Q5. What is needed before we may come to the Lord’s Supper?
A. We must first examine our hearts and lives, and confess our faith before the church.


Talking Things Over:

  1. Jesus gave the Lord’s Supper at the time of the Passover. Do you know why God gave the Passover to the
    Jews? How does the Lord’s Supper point to a far
    greater deliverance than the Jews received?
  2. Jesus told us to keep this Supper faithfully. He even said to do it often. But He did not tell us exactly how often.
  3. Do you think four or six times a year is enough?
  4. To examine our hearts and lives is to “test” them in the light of God’s will for us. How do you learn about this?  And what do you find?
  5. Can you receive a blessing from the Lord’s Supper even though you are not yet partaking of bread and wine?


Words to Remember:

  • Passover – the Jewish feast in which the people remembered how God rescued them from slavery in Egypt.
  • Confess – means “to say the same things” that God says about Him, about ourselves, and about the way of salvation.


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