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Monday, 2 April 2018
Seudat HaAdon

Seudat HaAdon, or Shulchan HaAdon, is known by a variety of names in English - such as Table of the Lord, The Lord's Supper and Holy Communion.

There is another controversy surrounding Seudat HaAdon, and that is when and how often it should be taken, and whether or not Yeshua intended it to be a sacrament as distinguished from a remembrance that occurs in the ordinary course of eating bread and drinking wine.

I do not believe how we often we take it nearly so important as that we remember Yeshua's act in the right spirit.

Y1

Posted By Michael Rudolph, 10:08am Comment Comments: 0