Examine Yourselves

April 14, 2019

Dario Agnolutto • 1 Corinthians 11:27-29

From the series: Dear Church

Why do we do what we do in church?  The Corinthians had completely missed the point and purpose of the celebration of the Lord's supper.  They had begun to treat it casually and were missing its significance.  We can sometimes lose the meaning of what we do in our worship services, our Bible studies, our times of personal prayer and reflection before God.  Paul's call to examine ourselves in this context was specific to the Lord's supper, but the implications go far beyond just communion.  As we go through life, we should be examining our walk with Jesus continually.  Keeping our worship focused on Him, not the trappings of the service.  Keeping our study focused on what God's Word means for our lives today, not simply memorizing how God moved thousand of years ago.  Examining our walk with Jesus is an every minute of every day calling.

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