do this in remembrance of me commentary

It is our part to obey the command of God, that he may accomplish for us what he promises; otherwise we shut ourselves out from the accomplishment of it. The former were probably inserted so as to produce a verbal identity with St. Matthew’s account, and the word “broken” possibly as explanatory. If we can understand how a few pieces of dried grass reminded a son of his mother's love, we can understand how bread and fruit of the vine-also very simple elements-can remind us of what God has done for the world. The Lutherans say, It is his body, because his body is locally present in and with the bread. Some explain, that it is given to us, when we are made partakers of all the blessings which Christ has procured for us in his body — when, I say, we by faith embrace Christ as crucified for us, and raised up from the dead, and in this way are effectually made partakers of all his benefits. Now it is not by any means the color of the bread that nourishes us, but the substance. Christians observe the Lord's Supper and will do this until Jesus returns (verse26). Here, therefore, faith must be our resource, when all the bodily senses have failed. The sacrificial character of the death of Christ enters essentially into the nature of this ordinance. He who in faith receives the cup, receives the covenant of which it was the pledge; and he who receives in faith in the bread receives the benefits of Christ's body as broken for sin. The third major view is the spiritual presence view that Presbyterians and some other followers of Calvin hold. Christ is "really" present, though not physically present, in this Lutheran view. We may not ever be arrested for a crime, but in a spiritual sense we are guilty of multiple horrible acts (sin). Gave thanks to God. Приимите, ядите, сие есть тело. Such a view could only have arisen in the church at a much later stage when Greek modes of thinking had rather thoroughly replaced semitic ones. follow this interpretation. Greek. This is the specific, definite object of the Lord's Supper, to which all other ends must be subordinate, because this alone is stated in the words of institution. [Note: Fee, The First . The proper inference from this diversity is, that the words were uttered by our Lord; but as the ideas which they express were sufficiently indicated by the gesture of reaching the bread to his disciples, they were omitted by some of the narrators as unnecessary. c: this do, as often as ye drink (it), in remembrance of me. We look BACKWARD to the cross The Lord’s Supper is a memorial supper, a ceremony of remembrance. Since this remembrance was instituted more than2,000 years ago, Christians around the world have partaken of this act more than100,000 times. Paul observes elsewhere, that every gift that we receive from the hand of God, is sanctified to us by the word and prayer. He thus gave them a share in His body and invited them to participate in the meaning and benefits of His death. (683) Why then is the term body applied to the bread? In other words, they understand His statement as completely metaphorical. Hence the bread is Christ ’s body, because it assuredly testifies, that the body which it represents is held forth to us, or because the Lord, by holding out to us that symbol, gives us at the same time his own body; for Christ is not a deceiver, to mock us with empty representations. 19:33, 36. This is one of the significant parts of the service, and ought not to be omitted as is done by Romanists, by the Greek church and by Lutherans. I conclude, that Christ’s body is really, (as the common expression is,) — that is, truly given to us in the Supper, to be wholesome food for our souls. He then told his buddy his mother had died and the letter was from his sister-she had included grass from the place where his mother had been buried. Do this in remembrance of me. Jesus invited his disciples to take the bread that represented His body. Their whole doctrine, however, reduces itself to this — that Christ is to be sought after in the bread, as if he were included in it. by Tim Malone Do This in Remembrance of Me On that fateful Passover night in the Meridian of Time before Gethsemane, the Savior instituted the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. Likewise some Christians call it "the breaking of bread" because Jesus broke the bread, as Paul stated here. He stood in the water and wept for a long time. 'Aleph (') A B omit "broken," leaving it to be supplied from "brake." Then He said to them, "With fervent desire I have desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer; for I say to you, I will no longer eat of it until it is fulfilled in the kingdom of God." Many followers remember their leaders by erecting stone monuments to their memories and making pilgrimages to these sites. This circumstance is included in all the accounts; in those of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, as well as in Paul's. He could also say to us, “This is my sacrifice … this is the making present of my offering to the Father for love of you: Do this in memory of me. For although no bone was broken, yet the body itself having been subjected, first of all, to so many tortures and inflictions, and afterwards to the punishment of death in the most cruel form, cannot be said to have been uninjured. Even in cases where a loved one has died, memories can fade with time. However that may be, they present the appearance of a sacrifice. Twice Jesus tells us to do it in remembrance of him. What is received, however, and what Calvin calls Christ's body, and sometimes the substance of his body, is not the body itself, which, he admits, is in heaven only, but a life-giving power (vim vivificam) which flows to us from the glorified body of our Lord. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me’” (1 Corinthians 11:23–25). EUCHARISTESAS = gave thanks. It seems incredible, that we should be nourished by Christ’s flesh, which is at so great a distance from us. Jesus says this as he stands before them. It appears some fifty-five times in its various forms in the Greek Testament. The words for you remind Bible students of Isaiah 53:5. 22:19) Many Christians have taken this to mean that during communion, we are to do our best to recollect the story of Christ’s death. We must now discuss the manner. Nay rather, would to God that we could bury the remembrance of them in perpetual oblivion! given thanks. They mean the elements minister grace to the participant in a more direct and physical way than those who speak of it as an "ordinance," assuming they are using these terms properly. But for what purpose (677) are the people called to mass, unless it be that they may come away empty from an unmeaning show? This man had not received any mail from home in several months and he was anxiously awaiting a letter. 2. This is common to all sacraments, for they are helps to our weakness. См. He knew his sins were many and he was overwhelmed at God's willingness to extend forgiveness to him. In contrast the Lord Jesus made remembering Him easy yet profound. In Mark 14:22, the latter word (according to the best authorities) is omitted. For I do not allow the force of those comparisons which some borrow from profane or earthly things; for there is a material difference between them and the sacraments of our Lord. We should also think of it as a “fellowship meal WITH CHRIST” in much the same sense as the meal of John 21:12-13. At the institution the act of breaking the bread explained sufficiently what was meant. The succession of Christian bishops carries us, even on the loosest theory, through the great Churches to the apostolic age. That is why Jesus said, “This do in remembrance of Me.” And, that is the thought that I wish to magnify for a few minutes this morning. Bruce p. 111). This do, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me." But if the words are to be taken literally, they necessitated the belief of the one as well as of the other. Yet it must be noted that this epistle and this passage may have been written before the gospel of Luke. 1 Corinthians 11:24, ESV: "and when he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, “This is my body, which is for you.Do this in remembrance of me.”" Luke 22:19, ESV: "And he took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body, which is given for you. Galatians 4:24; or as our Savior says, I am the vine, ye are the branches. For more information on why the Lord's Supper is to be observed every Sunday, see the introductory comments on10:16, the commentary on10:16a, and the commentary on11:20b. The Bible has much to say about thanksgiving and every Christian should be especially grateful that Jesus died and we have a weekly way to remember His sacrifice. Otherwise it is not a communion. Do this in remembrance of me.” (Lk. If any are of a different opinion they will forgive me; but it appears to me to be an evidence of a contentious spirit, to dispute pertinaciously on this point. There are four main views. When Christians observe the Lord's Supper they are to "remember" (anamnesis) Jesus. This distribution is omitted by Romanists in the ordinary celebration of the Mass. In contrast to the preceding views this one does not see Christ present in any special sense in the elements. 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 22:19. We may not be on the "most wanted" list of a law enforcement agency, but we have sinned against a holy and just God and the Lord's Supper reminds us of who we were and what God has done for us. "This is my body," he meant, "This represents my body." He brake it. In the same manner, He also took the cup after supper, saying, 'This cup is the new covenant in My blood. Do this in remembrance of me.’ And he did the same with the cup after supper, saying, ‘This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood. What is the nature of that remembrance which Christ would have us cherish with regard to him, we shall hear presently. If we understand what the Lord's Supper signifies and it is observed in the right manner, it will never become commonplace. We live under a New Testament that is sealed with Jesus' blood ( Luke 22:20). There is some textual evidence for this word being used again at the end of the verse and the NKJV also includes it. The ordinary and natural interpretation of them is, that the pronoun this refers to the bread. It is the word Jesus used when expressing appreciation for seven loaves and fish ( Matthew 15:36). When I am no longer with you bodily, these acts will make memory grow into realisation of My presence in your midst. The first clause, then, intimates, that the body is presented to us: this second clause teaches us, what advantage we derive from it — that we are partakers of redemption, and the benefit of his sacrifice is applied to us. eucharisteo. Adherents believe God transfers the body and blood of Christ into the substance of the elements. ‘This bread which I hold in my hand, and which I give to you, is my body.' (Acts 2:42; Acts 20:7). To help us remember those we love and hold in high esteem, we frequently rely upon a memorial or commemorative act. Applied to the Lord’s Supper, it paints a picture of “looking up to Christ in praise and thanksgiving for what He has done!”, Jesus says this as he stands before them. In Luke 22:19, both are omitted. While, by a wicked divorce, they, put asunder those things which Christ has joined together, What then? Given thanks—From this giving thanks, eucharistia, the Lord’s supper has been called the eucharist. . 1Co 11:25 This do ye, as oft as ye drink [it], in remembrance of me. Such a view could only have arisen in the church at a much later stage when Greek modes of thinking had rather thoroughly replaced semitic ones." It reminds us to examine ourselves (verse29). Fourth, if we make some comments before passing the Communion elements, we should remember that we can offer illustrations but nothing can ever be truly compared with what Jesus did. The Communion reminds us that Jesus will one day return for us (verse26b). ", is a good Bible word. Consequently the proposition will import, that the bread in our Lord’s hands was converted into a thing which at that time had no existence. Сие творите в Мое воспоминание. to the intellect to demonstrate the historical truth of Christianity. 1. [Note: For further study of the ordinances, see Charles C. Ryrie, Basic Theology, pp421-27, or any of the standard theologies.] It appears some fifty-five times in its various forms in the Greek Testament. Max. When some correspondence finally arrived, he practically ripped it open. Ulrich Zwingli, the Swiss reformer, promoted this view. Hebrews 10:3. The Holy Ghost appeared under the form of a dove, which was the pledge of his presence. Jesus did this willingly ( John 1:29) because the Godhead loves mankind ( John 3:16). In regard to the passover consult our note, Matthew 26:2: in regard to the Lord’s supper, notes on Matthew 26:20-30. "This is my body." In the same way, after the supper he took the cup, saying, This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you. The rite of baptism can be traced from the present time to John the Baptist. In Classical Greek remembrance was "used to signify past events that may have been forgotten or pushed to the back of one's mind and are now brought to … We must now proceed farther, and inquire as to the reason of the metonymy. And said. When I speak of faith, I do not mean any sort of opinion, resting on human contrivances, as many, boasting of faith on all occasions, run grievously wild on this point. It can be rendered more literally, "Do this for the remembering of Me," or "Do this in case you forget." IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME October 17, 2020 12:14 PM Every Knee Shall Bow Dream given in the morning of October 16, 2020 I was fasting and seeking the Lord when God gave me a dream in form of a parable and later, after praying and looking for its meaning, His Holy Spirit revealed the interpretation. All, I think, will allow that it is for the same reason that John calls the Holy Spirit a dove (John 1:32.) Having given thanks. It is impossible to be an obedient Christian without observing the Lord"s Supper. Paul also knew, although he was not actually present at this meal, that Jesus also "brake" (klao) this bread and said, "This is my body." Why should we not maintain that there is here a similar instance of metonymy, and that the term body is applied to the bread, as being the sign and symbol of it? Today most of the churches from the Anabaptist branch of Protestantism (i.e, Baptists, Methodists, independent Bible churches, et al.) At any rate, we believe that the original Hebrew of Matthew’s gospel was written before this; and that the Greek Matthew is a translation of that document. For Christ is not visibly present, and is not beheld with our eyes, as the symbols are which excite our remembrance by representing him. As in all such identifications, he means "this signifies/represents my body." The Holy Meal (Lord’s Supper) is a living memorial to Christ on the cross! Do not doubt that the Lord accomplishes what his words intimate — that the body, which thou dost not at all behold, is given to thee, as a spiritual repast. He brake it — Into several pieces; and — Distributing it to his disciples who were present, said — With great sweetness and solemnity, This is my body which is broken for you — “As the clause, which is broken, cannot be taken literally, because it would imply that Christ’s body was broken, or put to death on the cross, at the time he said this, contrary to truth; so the clause, this is my body, cannot be taken literally: for the two clauses making but one proposition, if the clause, this is my body, which is the subject of the proposition, be interpreted literally, the predicate, which is broken for you, must be so likewise. I am the door; or as in the preceding chapter it was said, "that rock was Christ;" or as in John 1:32, the dove is said to be the Holy Ghost; or as baptism is said to be regeneration. “The Papists contend, that in every age, by the priests pronouncing what they call the words of consecration, the same change is made in the bread and wine, which they affirm was made in these elements by Christ’s saying, This is my body, &c. But, to gain credit to their doctrine, they ought to show from Scripture, that the power of working that miracle was promised by Christ to all his faithful servants in the ministry to the end of the world. This verse implies several things. given as a sacrifice for your sins. (1 Corinthians 11:23-26 ESV) Jesus left us the sacrament of communion as a way of tangibly remembering him. Leave to Christ the true nature of flesh, and do not, by a mistaken apprehension, extend his body over heaven and earth: do not divide him into different parts by thy fancies, and do not adore him in this place and that, according to thy carnal apprehension. "in, with, and under" the elements. In Matthew 26:26, and Mark 14:22, it is, "Having blessed it" In Luke 22:19, it is as here. [Note: For more information on these views, see articles on the Lord"s Supper and synonymous terms in Bible encyclopedias.] —This, with the analogy of the head of the family at the passover, implies that an administrator of the elements, who would be an apostle or presbyter, is one of the essentials to a proper communion. This giving of thanks, however, has a reference to something higher, for Christ gives thanks to the Father for his mercy (674) towards the human race, and the inestimable benefit of redemption; and he invites us, by his example, to raise up our minds as often as we approach the sacred table, to an acknowledgment of the boundless love of God towards us, and to have our minds kindled up to true gratitude. Since a dead savior cannot save us, the Supper reminds us of the resurrection. This do, i.e. To those who first heard them they certainly must have implied not that a physical presence was about to be perpetuated, but rather that there was now something for them which would in after ages console them for a physical absence. Some visit a grave site to help them remember loved ones who have died. Remembrance is found only here, verse24, Luke 22:19 and Hebrews 10:3 and it may be defined as "memory." Some imagine that Christ’s body is infinite, and is not confined to any one space, but fills heaven and earth, (Jeremiah 23:24,) like his Divine essence. It includes realizing what the event remembered involved (cf. Ин. Besides, we are taught in these words what the Lord would have us do. Luke 22:19, 1 Corinthians 11:23-25, 1 Corinthians 11:23-27. as to show them to be the same tradition. The Romish interpretation of these words is, that the bread is the body of Christ, because its whole substance is changed into the substance of his body. Hence, too, we infer that Christ’s promise is no more applicable to the mass than to the feast of the Salii; (679) for when Christ promises that he will give us his body, he at the same time commands us to take and eat of the bread Hence, unless we obey this command, it is to no purpose that we glory in his promise. (687) To this contrivance we oppose — not merely the plain words of Scripture, but the very nature of the sacraments. This is the transubstantiation view. An ordinance or sacrament is a rite the Lord commanded His followers to observe. We are thus, as taught in the preceding chapter, brought into a real communion with Christ and with all his people by the believing participation of this ordinance. The Greek word eucharisteo, "to give thanks," accounts for the fact that another name for the Lord"s Supper is the Eucharist. 24. (Bibl. Likewise also the cup after supper, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood, which is shed for you, share in his sufferings and to imitate the life he lived when with us in the flesh? ", To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, “unworthily,” for that is an unauthorised supplement), This is my body, which is for you: this do in remembrance of me. Jesus says, “This is my Body and my Blood: Do this in remembrance of me,” affirming the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. The priest alone eats the consecrated wafer. [Note: For more information on these views, see articles on the Lord"s Supper and synonymous terms in Bible encyclopedias. More than anything else, the Holy Communion service is a time of remembrance. Only here, 1 Corinthians 11:25. They could only have understood Him analogically. What then will the thing signified be, but a mere imagination? Paul knew Jesus "took" bread (23b) and gave "thanks" for it (i.e. SeeHebrews 10:20. It reminds us that we are in the presence of the true and living God ( Hebrews 10:31). ~ Lk 22:19 Many translations say “Do this as your memorial of me” or words to that effect, and Ellicot’s commentary states it in just those words. Remembrance tells us to be awake, mentally alert, and focused. The Lord"s Supper isn"t an option. Since this is our first Holy Communion together; I want to take a few minutes to share with you the truth about what The Holy Eucharist is. Should any one ask them whether they adore the bread, or the appearance of it, they will confidently agree that they do not, but, in the mean time, when about to adore Christ, they turn to the bread. In Luke it is, given for you. In fine, if we would have reality in the thing itself, there must be no deception in the sign. 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