Rev. Dr. Timothy L. Bias, Superintendent

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A Bias Opinion......

 

Prayer and Action

I find it interesting that the feeding of the 5000 in Luke's Gospel is told as a Lord's Supper story.

Is there a connection between Holy Communion and feeding the hungry? Is there a connection between the Lord's Supper and our engagement in the community? Could it be that our ministries are done in remembrance of Jesus?

In Luke, we find the Lord's Supper three times: in the feeding of the 5000, during the last meal in the Upper Room, and after the Resurrection with the travelers to Emmaus. There was no distinction between the fellowship meal, the Love feast, and the Lord's Supper in the early church.

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