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In the same way that a city gives the office of the law responsibilities and authority to act within the city, so God has given the Office of the Holy Ministry responsibilities and authority within the Church. Continue reading
Those who receive the Lord’s Supper are members in an exclusive family, the Church. Christ marks you as His child in Baptism. Baptism is your invitation to Communion. And like receiving an invitation to any other grand gathering, you take … Continue reading