The Lord’s             TableLesson 1: Old Testament ceremonial meals                       November 28, 2012              ...
Exodus 24“…they saw God, and they ate and drank.” (v. 11)   “This is the blood of the covenant…” (v. 8)Matthew 26:28      ...
Meals & covenantsGenesis 26:28-31Genesis 31:45-55“cut a covenant” (Genesis 15)
Types of sacrifices• Burnt offering (Leviticus 1; 6:8-13; 8:18-21;  16:24)• Grain offering (Leviticus 2; 6:14-23)• Sin offe...
Fellowship offerings• Leviticus 3:1-17 and 7:11-38• Deuteronomy 12:6-7; 27:7• Psalm 50:14,23; 56:12; 107:22; 116:13-19  (2...
Sacrifices & Celebration‣ Covenant renewal at Mt.      ‣ Covenant renewal under  Ebal (Deuteronomy 27:1-8;      Asa (2 Chro...
1 Corinthians 10:16-21  Paul relates the Lord’s Supper to these  community sacrifices and meals
Holy feasts (Lev. 23)• Passover/             • Purim (Esther)  Unleavened  Bread / Firstfruits   • Feast of Lights• Pentec...
Summary‣ Worship in the Old Testament was  built around a structure of “holy  meals”‣ These meals were a time of  communit...
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The Table of the Lord: Lesson 1 Old Testament

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First lesson of a series on the Lord's Supper. Some ideas taken from the book Come To The Table by John Mark Hicks

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The Table of the Lord: Lesson 1 Old Testament

  1. 1. The Lord’s TableLesson 1: Old Testament ceremonial meals November 28, 2012 University Church of Christ Abilene, TX
  2. 2. Exodus 24“…they saw God, and they ate and drank.” (v. 11) “This is the blood of the covenant…” (v. 8)Matthew 26:28 Luke 22:20Mark 14:24 1 Corinthians 11:25
  3. 3. Meals & covenantsGenesis 26:28-31Genesis 31:45-55“cut a covenant” (Genesis 15)
  4. 4. Types of sacrifices• Burnt offering (Leviticus 1; 6:8-13; 8:18-21; 16:24)• Grain offering (Leviticus 2; 6:14-23)• Sin offering (Leviticus 4:1-5:13; 6:24-30; 8:14-17; 16:3-22)• Guilt offering (Leviticus 5:14-6:7; 7:1-6)• Fellowship offering (Leviticus 3; 7:11-34)
  5. 5. Fellowship offerings• Leviticus 3:1-17 and 7:11-38• Deuteronomy 12:6-7; 27:7• Psalm 50:14,23; 56:12; 107:22; 116:13-19 (27:6)
  6. 6. Sacrifices & Celebration‣ Covenant renewal at Mt. ‣ Covenant renewal under Ebal (Deuteronomy 27:1-8; Asa (2 Chronicles 15:8-15) Joshua 8:30-35) ‣ Purification of‣ Coronation of Saul (1 Hezekiahs temple (2 Samuel 11:15) Chronicles 29:27-36)‣ Movement of the Ark to ‣ Hezekiahs Passover (2 Davids tent (1 Chronicles Chronicles 30:22-27) 16:1-3), ‣ Dedication of‣ Dedication of the altar (2 Mannasehs altar (2 Sam. 24:25; 1 Chronicles Chronicles 33:16) 21:27-22:1) ‣ Consecration of the‣ Dedication of Solomons walls of Jerusalem temple (2 Chronicles (Nehemiah 12:35-43) 7:1-10)
  7. 7. 1 Corinthians 10:16-21 Paul relates the Lord’s Supper to these community sacrifices and meals
  8. 8. Holy feasts (Lev. 23)• Passover/ • Purim (Esther) Unleavened Bread / Firstfruits • Feast of Lights• Pentecost• Tabernacles (Trumpets, Atonement) Exodus 34:23-24
  9. 9. Summary‣ Worship in the Old Testament was built around a structure of “holy meals”‣ These meals were a time of community rejoicing in the presence of the Lord‣ The Lord’s Supper is related to the table of the sacrifice, not the altar‣ The Supper is a time of covenant affirmation

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