Thursday, March 29, 2018

Last Supper: A Meal to Remember

Morning: Psalm 102; Lamentations 2:10-18; I Cor 10:14-17; 11:27-32
Evening: Psalms 142, 143; Mark 14:12-25

We once took all 5 of our kids to dinner in Quebec City, a city renowned for excellent cuisine.  When the meals arrived, an awed silence settled over the table.  Both to our chagrin (we thought we weren’t bad cooks!) and to our delight (we were glad they liked it), the kids agreed this was the best food they had ever tasted.  We will always remember that meal – we are now rarely all in the same place together.  We remember Jesus in bread and wine, because being at table together is the best way to remember life’s most significant moments.

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