Great Sermon! Although we can agree to disagree on such topics as beliefs in certain scripture teachings such as open or closed communion and wine or grapejuice. I have never been more comforable and amazed at your sermon involving the shedding of blood and what the Lords supper "represents" as you states this is a time of "resetting" our priorities and our love and search our hesrts.
Anything else such as doctrinal issues can still effect us but should not make us not see the teue meaning of Gods word and the passing over. Oh what a simple wsy you preached as a young perdon could fully understand. Oftwn times christians are hung up on issues of how and who and the substance of fermented or not and leven or not. Truly you preached tonight what the meaning of the Lords Supper and it all ended with a examination of heart. . Wow Bro Reynolds your sermons are heartfelt and so derp yet so simple.
I thank you for your faithfullness.
Pastor John Reynolds was born in Spencer, West Virginia and after graduating from Spencer High School he attended Tennessee Temple College in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Upon graduation from college he began his church ministry working in two different churches over the next two...