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The Covenant Meal by David Matthew

The Covenant Meal

by David Matthew

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Central to the worship of most Christian churches is Holy Communion, otherwise known as the Eucharist, the Lord's Table, the Mass or the Lord's Supper. Many who partake of it come away wondering what difference, if any, it has made to them. What should we expect of it? What is its deepest significance? This book examines in a readable manner the roots of the 'covenant meal' in both Old and New Testaments and suggests practical ways in which the reader can discover a more meaningful participation.

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