How Communion Reminds Us Of The Ultimate Covenant
Because the word "Covenant" is not commonly used in casual speech, its meaning is not always understood, especially in the context of the Biblical narrative. It means an "agreement" in the contractual sense. In the Biblical context, a covenant was a contract with serious repercussions if one party failed to live up to their part. When God made a covenant with Abraham, He did something rather different. He made an agreement where He promised to fulfill BOTH sides and accept the penalty for default - even on Abraham's behalf. How does Communion fit in? Listen to find out.