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Title: Eating the Supper in a Second Assembly on the First Day of the Week 1 Cor. 11:17-22


1
Eating the Supper in a Second Assembly on
the First Day of the Week 1 Cor. 1117-22
2
The Issue is Not
  • Whether or not Christians must eat the Lords
    Supper on the first day of the week in the
    worship assembly we must, 1 Cor. 1118, 20
  • Matt. 1818-20 does not approve individual
    worship services apart from the assembly of the
    local church
  • Authority of the apostles to bind and loose what
    heaven has bound and loosed

3
The Issue is Not
  • Whether or not the church serves the Lords
    Supper the church does not serve the Supper
    it eats it
  • The local church does not perform a ceremony
    called the Lords Supper
  • The local church provides the occasion for the
    disciples to eat and drink in memory of the
    Lords death

4
The Issue is Not
  • Christians drink the cup of the Lord and
    partake of the Lords table when we eat the
    Lords Supper, thus having communion with the
    blood and body of Christ, 1 Cor. 1021
    (16-17) 1120
  • Serving the supper is incidental to eating it

5
The Issue is
  • Does the local church have scriptural authority
    to provide an opportunity for saints to eat the
    Lords Supper at a second assembly on the first
    day of the week when some or most of the saints
    have eaten the Lords Supper during an earlier
    Lords day assembly? (Col. 317 1 Cor.
    417)

6
The Issue is
  • Put another way
  • Does the local church have Bible authority to
    prevent a Christian from eating the Lords
    Supper during a Lords Day assembly?
    1 Cor. 1128, 33

7
When you come together to eat 1 Cor. 1133
  • Correct Realm Kingdom, Lk. 2218
  • Correct Arrangement Assembly of the church, 1
    Cor. 1118, 20, 33-34
  • Correct Time First day of the week, Acts 207
  • Correct Elements Unleavened bread and fruit of
    the vine, 1 Cor. 1123-25 Lk. 2218-20 Matt.
    2626-29

LORD'S SUPPER
8
When you come together to eat 1 Cor. 1133
  • Correct Participants Christians who have not
    eaten the supper
  • A stated purpose of assembling, Acts 207
    (1 Cor. 1426, 15-16 162)
  • Necessarily implies those assembling who have not
    eaten the Lords Supper bear the responsibility
    to do so

LORD'S SUPPER
9
When you come together to eat 1 Cor. 1133
  • Correct Participants Christians who have not
    eaten the supper
  • Although eaten in the assembly, the Lords Supper
    is an individual act of worship that each
    Christian is commanded to obey, 1 Cor. 1127-29

LORD'S SUPPER
10
When you come together to eat 1 Cor. 1133
  • Correct Participants Christians who have not
    eaten the supper
  • The opportunity to eat at a second assembly
    allows them to obey the Lords commandment to eat
  • Also commands to give, to sing, to pray and to be
    edified by hearing the word
  • Correct Conduct of Participants, 1
    Cor. 1123-29

LORD'S SUPPER
11
1 Corinthians 1117-22
  • Abuse of the Lords Supper
  • Being associated with a common meal, 1118-21
  • Class divisions arising among them
  • Apparent as they abused the purpose of the
    Lords Supper, 1120-22

PROBLEMS
12
1 Corinthians 1122-34
  • Properly distinguish between the practice and
    purpose of the Lords Supper and a common meal,
    1122-32, 34
  • Assemble for worship, 1122
  • Nature purpose of supper, 1123-27
  • Proper heart, 1128-32

SOLUTION
13
1 Corinthians 1122-34
  • Be united in your eating of the Lords Supper
  • Do not despise one another, 1122
  • Wait for one another, 1133
  • Individual responsibility is fulfilled when the
    church comes together, 1127-28 (18, 20, 33)

SOLUTION
14
Wait for one another 1 Cor. 1133
  • Wait for one another (ekdechomai) (wait,
    tarry) 1) to receive, accept 2) to look for,
    expect, wait for, await (Thayer, 193)
  • Part of the remedy for the division that existed
    among them (1121-22)
  • Look for, expect (1 Cor. 1611 Heb. 1110)

LORD'S SUPPER
15
Wait for one another 1 Cor. 1133
  • When you assemble, receive or accept each other
    so that your coming together is for the better
    rather than for the worse (1117)
  • That is, so that you will be able to eat the
    Lords Supper decently and orderly (1120-21)
  • This is a UNITY argument, not a
    TIME argument, 1118-21

LORD'S SUPPER
16
Wait for one another 1 Cor. 1133
  • Commanded of all who are present in the assembly
  • Not to those who are PRESENT waiting for some who
    are ABSENT to arrive
  • When you come together to eat wait for one
    another!
  • Have an orderly arrangement that receives all and
    remedies division

LORD'S SUPPER
17
Wait for one another 1 Cor. 1133
  • Then, properly eat the supper it is not
    a common meal, 1134
  • A memorial, 1 Cor. 1123-25 (Matt.
    2626-28)
  • A proclamation of the Lords death, 1 Cor.
    1126
  • A communion with the Lord, Matt. 2629
    1 Cor. 1016, 21

LORD'S SUPPER
18
The ObjectionThe NT Pattern Offers the Supper
Once on the Lords Day
  • No example of more than once
  • Consistency of argument demands only one assembly
    on the Lords day, period.
  • Some have done away with second service for this
    reason

PM SUPPER
19
Defense of No Second Assembly SupperYou cant
give an example of it
  • Cannot produce an example of accepting
    contribution, praying, singing or preaching at a
    second assembly
  • Why can these be done by the person who was
    absent from the first assembly, but he cannot eat
    the Supper? (Where is this NT pattern?)
  • There is a pattern for all who are present in
    the assembly to receive or wait for one another
    1 Cor. 1133

PM SUPPER
20
Multiple Lords Day Assembliesand for Making
Supper Available at each
  • Authority is established by command, approved
    example or necessary inference
  • NT pattern for this practice exists in necessary
    inferences

NT PATTERN
21
Multiple Lords Day Assembliesand for Making
Supper Available at each
  • 1 Cor. 1118 necessarily implies the right and
    the ability of the church to come together more
    than once on Lords day
  • 1 Cor. 1120, 33 necessarily implies the church
    can make an orderly arrangement that allows
    Christians to eat the supper
  • This is waiting on one another

NT PATTERN
22
  • The Lords Supper is an individual responsibility
    that is fulfilled when the church comes together,
    1 Cor. 1128 (18, 20, 33)
  • Instead of preventing Christians from remembering
    the Lords death by eating the supper, churches
    have the authority to provide the occasion for
    this communion with the Lord

LORD'S SUPPER
23
  • Correct Realm Kingdom, Lk. 2218
  • Correct Arrangement Assembly of the church, 1
    Cor. 1118, 20, 33-34
  • Correct Time First day of the week, Acts 207
  • Correct Elements Unleavened bread and fruit of
    the vine, 1 Cor. 1123-25 Lk. 2218-20 Matt.
    2626-29
  • Correct Participants Christians, Acts 207
  • Correct Conduct, 1 Cor. 1123-29

PM SUPPER
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