At Mt. Sinai, God spoke thunderously; at Mt. Calvary He spoke triumphantly. God provided the ten commandments at Sinai as an expression of His moral nature; it's also the standard by which each person is judged. Right after the giving of that law, it's most significant that God immediately makes provision for reconciliation for us who break His laws. In this message, there are three significant truths about the altar God provided Israel that yield vital lessons for us to know today. Today we rejoice in the altar God has provided at Mt. Calvary (Cf. Hebrews 13:10ff) and the Lamb of God Who was sacrificed for us there, that we might be reconciled to God.
Part of the series:
The Lord's Supper
Messages related to the observance of this church ordinance
Synopsis: In preparation for the Lord's Supper, we draw our attention to Zechariah 13:7 and Matthew 26:26-32 and note the Old Testament prophecy given regarding "The Smiting of the Shepherd." There are two powerful thoughts that are overwhelming when they are considered.
NOTE: Since the evening service centers around the observance of this important church ordinance, extended periods of silence were edited out from the audio recording so that there can be continuity in what is spoken and what is heard musically.
Synopsis: The majesty of the Law satisfied at the Cross is even greater than the majesty of the Law stated at Mt. Sinai. The reason for that is simple--Christ's sacrifice on Mt. Calvary. This message presents vital lessons to remember as we prepare for the observance of The Lord's Supper.
Synopsis: The God who blesses those who come to Him in the prescribed way is the same God Who judges those who reject that way. Here are four sobering lessons about Nadab and Abihu's deaths that help prepare us for the seriousness of the significance that lies behind the observance of the Lord's Table.
Synopsis: In preparation for the observance of the Lord's Supper, this message is a call to remember "The Thorns of the Curse and Crown" - what the first Adam did and what the Last Adam did. It is a call to thank God we have a Redeemer Who defeated Satan and Whose sacrifice not only covers our sin and shame so that we don't stand before God naked, but also clothes each born-again believer with the garments of Christ's righteousness.
Synopsis: Tonight before the observance of The Lord's Supper, we look at Zechariah 13:7 and note two powerful thoughts that are designed to fill us with wonder and amazement when we contemplate upon them.
NOTE: Extended periods of silence during the distribution of the elements, prayer time and the final song were deleted in the interest of the hearer listening to this recording.