Just a quick Historical Minute about the Lord’s Supper. Some except from Oswald Myconius and what he thought about Luther’s attacks upon the Reformed position on the Lord’s Supper. A nice picture into the important subjects that are contained in the Lord’s Supper debate.
The group cannot get together, so this Quick Thoughts Podcast replaces it, but tries to stay on topic. The sacraments are a means of grace, but not only for the time they are administered. How much would our lives changes if we thought on the meanings of these sacraments more than just when we see them?
The group is back together to chat about worship and the Lord’s Supper. Discussion centers around how the Lord’s Supper is a means of grace and the role of it in the lives of believers. This will probably be the first of many discussions about the Supper.
Revs. Powell and Mosley return to discuss the sacrament of Baptism. In particular they answer the question of how does Baptism work as a means of grace? When? And then they answer some tough questions.
A solo podcast follow up on the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Specifically thinking about his post morning appearances and how he came for Thomas. Jesus’s resurrection and love was and is deeply personal.
Revs. Mosley and Powell join me in discussing Baptism. We speak about baptism of infants, baptism in worship, and other topics in what will be part 1 in a multi part discussion on the sacrament of Baptism.
The gang was busy during Classis, so this Quick Thought will have to suffice. May the Lord helps us all be rooted and grounded in Him and in the word of the Lord Jesus, which sanctifies us. And may we be able to minister it to others.