Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Communion and Compassion

But God determined that it wouldn’t end in the garden or with the exclusion of humanity from access to the tree that bring life.

Through the unfolding of history he set in motion a plan. He never forgot how much he loved those whom he had created.

Paul tells us that while we were still rebels, God sent his Son to die for us, and Jeremiah reminds us that every day God’s mercy and faithfulness is renewed.

Communion is a remembrance of God’s compassion and a celebration of his mercy and grace.

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