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The Christian Experience of the Lord’s Supper

March 31, 2007

The April podcast of Ordinary Means is up and ready. This month, Matt and Shaun delve into the tricky waters of experiential theology, asking the question, “What we should ‘feel’ when we participate in the Lord’s Supper?”

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Materials referenced include:

What Can Miserable Christians Sing?, Carl Trueman (in Wages of Spin)
I Won’t Let You Go Unless You Bless Me, Andree Seu
Communicant’s Companion, Matthew Henry
The Lord’s Supper, Thomas Doolittle
Owen on the Supper, Jon Payne
“At Least Weekly” and “Mysteries of God and Means of Grace”, Michael Horton

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  1. Albert permalink
    July 19, 2011 4:37 am

    Wow! Thank you gentlemen for this much needed episode. I’ve been listening to this podcast, albeit infrequently. But this episode and the last one really put this distressed sinner at ease. The thought of and assurance found in the Lord’s Supper brings me to tears. Both of you have done great work for the Lord.

    Btw, it has been killing me to find the specific name of the hymn you use for this podcast’s intro. What is it?

    Again, thank you again for your ministry here. It elates my soul to hear good Christocentric discourse in this age of non-intellectual ones.

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