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The Lord's Supper-Table


"Christ, our Passover,

was sacrificed for us,"

1 Corinthians 5'7.


I speak as to wise men; 

judge for yourselves what I say,"

1 Corinthians 10'15.


Paul could speak plainly to the Saints in their Kingdom Whole Gathering at Corinth, particularly the Elders. After all, he had "continued there a year and six months, teaching the word of God among them," Acts 18'11.

He had taught them that the Jesus who they have received is the New Covenant Kingdom Anointed One, Christ - the One who fulfilled the Old Covenant Passover - is the Believers' Lamb of God, our Passover.

Jesus had told all those who would be His Disciples to observe two things in particular: keep this New Covenant Kingdom Feast of Passover and be immersed in water.

Paul had explained the Lord's Supper-Table to these Believers. And, no doubt, had shared it with them.

Now he found himself having to bring it to their attention again. Even so, he addresses them "as to wise men".

Similarly he had also expressed his respect earlier saying: "... we speak wisdom among those who are mature ..," 1 Corinthians 2'6.

To discover the primary understandings of the Lord's Supper-Table it's necessary to refer to two historic events.