May 2, 1999
Christians hold such a variety of beliefs about communion that it can be difficult to know which to trust. In this sermon, Alistair Begg compares the most common perspectives, then shares his own convictions. Communion, he says, is a participation in the blood of Christ, a repeated commemoration of Jesus, an examination of our motives, and an anticipation of Christ’s second coming. When we take part, we proclaim Christ’s death and commit to remember what He has done.