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Breaking bread in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution

Chauncy, Charles

Breaking bread in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution

five sermons ...

by Chauncy, Charles

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Published by Munroe & Francis in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lord"s Supper -- Sermons,
  • Sermons, American

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles Chauncy
    SeriesReligious tracts / Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Piety, and Charity -- no. 8, Early American imprints -- no. 37220
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination154 p
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15120301M

    On the first day of the week we came together to break bread. Since Paul was ready to leave the next day, he talked to them and kept on speaking until midnight. 1 Corinthians Is not the cup of blessing that we bless a participation in the blood of Christ? And is not the bread that we break a participation in the body of Christ? The fraction of the bread was so important and essential a part of the institution, that it gave its name to the whole rite, and "breaking of bread" represented the cele bration of the Holy Eucharist, the sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving (see Acts , 46; 1 Corinthians , etc.). Under the old Law the fraction represented the.

    Words of Institution (1 Corinthians , e.g.; in Presbyterian practice, these words are often said at the Breaking of the Bread) Anamnesis/Oblation (remembrance of Christ and offering of praise and thanksgiving) Memorial Acclamation (said or sung by the congregation: “Christ has died,” e.g.) Epiclesis (prayer for the Holy Spirit). The act of"breaking bread" thus assumes a deeply religious significance onthe pages ofthe New Testament. The noted scholar I. H. Marshall ob-serves that in the New Testament breaking bread is "afixed and constant part ofthe Lord's Supper." In his Corinthian correspondence, Paul describes "the bread that webreak" as a participation (koinonia) in.

    The bread that we break, is it not a participation in the body of Christ? Acts ESV / 1, helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful And when Paul had gone up and had broken bread and eaten, he conversed with them a long while, until daybreak, and so departed.   When the institution olden Of that supper was rehearsed. Here the new law's new oblation, By the new king's revelation, Ends the form of ancient rite: Now the new the old effaces, Truth away the shadow chases, Light dispels the gloom of night. What he did at supper seated, Christ ordained to be repeated, His memorial ne'er to cease.


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Excerpt from "Breaking of Bread," in Remembrance of the Dying Love of Christ, a Gospel Institution: Five Sermons, in Which the Institution Is Explained; A General Observance of It Recommended and Enforced; Objections Answered; And Such Difficulties, Doubts, and Fears, Relative to It, Particularly Mentioned, and RemovedAuthor: Charles Chauncy.

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Breaking bread in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution: five sermons. [Charles Chauncy]. "Breaking of bread," in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution: five sermons: in which the institution is explained, a general observance of it recommended and enforced, objections answered, and such difficulties, doubts, and fears, relative to it, particularly mentioned, and removed, which have too commonly discouraged some from an attendance at it, and proved to others a source of discomfort.

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"Breaking of bread," in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution. When Jesus was reclining with his disciples, after breaking some bread and distributing it to them he said, “This is my body, which is given for you.

Do this in remembrance of me.” (Lk. ) Many Christians have taken this to mean that during communion, we are to do our best to recollect the story of Christ. At the institution the act of breaking the bread explained sufficiently what was meant.

The Master, while in the act of breaking it, said, "This is My body, which is for you." This do in remembrance of me--i.e., all that was done then. Bless the bread, break it, distribute it, eat it. Breaking of bread: in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution: five sermons in which the institution is explained, a general observance of it recommended and enforced, objections answered, and such difficulties, doubts, and fears relative to it particularly mentioned and removed.

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Luke 19 And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” 20 In the same way, after the supper he took the cup, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is.

And when He had taken some bread and given thanks, He broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is My body which is given for you; do this in remembrance of Me.” 1 Corinthians   As a result, it is denied that the "breaking of the bread" in Acts and "to break bread" in Actsrefer to the Lord's Supper.

In Luke (after His resurrection), Jesus sat with some of His disciples, took bread and broke it (Luke ). "Breaking of bread," in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution.

Five sermons. In which the institution is explained; a general observance of it recommended and enforced; objections answered; and such difficulties, doubts, and fears, relative to it, particularly mentioned, and removed, which have too commonly discouraged some from an attendance at it, and proved to others.

The breaking of bread at that first communion table has been re-enacted down through the centuries as a way of remembering that first celebration of both His sacrifice on the cross and the institution of the New Covenant in His blood (v.

25). 1 Corinthians And when he had given thanks — The word ευχαριστησας, thus rendered, is the term used also by Luke, whence Macknight infers, that the word ευλογησας, used by Matthew and Mark, ought to be understood, not of Christ’s blessing the bread, but of his blessing God for saving sinners through his death, See on Luke.

The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to. People: Glory be to thee, O Lord. After the Gospel, the Reader says receiving them according to thy Son our Savior Jesus Christ's holy institution, in remembrance of his death and passion, The Breaking of the Bread.

The Celebrant breaks the consecrated Bread.Physically taking the bread and wine makes the love of Christ for us, and indeed all the things concerning our salvation, come so real once again. Breaking bread about once a week is therefore a sign of a healthy spiritual state.

If one cannot do it with fellow-believers of the Truth, it should be done alone. The first followers of Christ--the early church--were devoted to the breaking of bread (Acts ). To the casual reader that may sound a bit strange. While devotion to "the apostles' teaching" and to "the fellowship" makes sense (Acts ), the idea of breaking bread can only be understood in the context of Jesus' last supper with his followers on the night before he died.