Come To The Lords Table

Dec 26, 2021    Minister Raymond Archibeque

Holidays are celebrated all the time, and many times they have a tie to a Holy day. It is important to know the difference between a holiday and Holy day since they change the way that we treat the day.
Holiday and Holy day sound so much alike and one reason for this is their shared origin. Holy day has always been a day set aside for Holy or religious reasons, holiday branches off Holy days when certain days lost their religious meaning.
As Christians we don't have a set Holy Day in the New Testament but we do have a set aside holy time. This time comes around every Sunday when we gather around the Lord's table to celebrate communion with fellow Christians. Many of us would not miss the opportunity to celebrate a holiday, especially Christmas. Do we look at gathering with the saints to partake in the Lord's supper with same anticipation and joy?