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By David Dunlap

In the upper room the Lord said to His disciples: “Do this in remembrance of Me”. If the worship of Christ is the Christian’s highest duty, then the Lord Jesus Christ’s dying request must be regarded with the utmost importance! Since that day in the upper room, the Lord’s Supper has anchored the spiritual life of the New Testament church.

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In the upper room the Lord said to His disciples: “Do this in remembrance of Me”. If the worship of Christ is the Christian’s highest duty, then the Lord Jesus Christ’s dying request must be regarded with the utmost importance! Since that day in the upper room, the Lord’s Supper has anchored the spiritual life of the New Testament church.

Unfortunately, today New Testament worship and the Lord’s Supper are being neglected more than ever before. Strangely absent among true Christians are the spiritual disciplines of reverence, heartfelt praise, and the exaltation of Christ. However, the New Testament charges us, “worship God in the spirit and rejoice in Jesus Christ” (Phil. 3:3Open in Logos Bible Software (if available)). The goal of this book is to call Christians back to the heart of worship and the doctrines of the Lord’s Supper.

Some topics discussed are:

Reverence and worship

The early church and the Lord’s Supper

Spiritual worship and evangelical revivals

The role of the Holy Spirit in worship

The Lord’s Supper in light of church history

His Dying Request discusses these issues in a language that any layman can understand, quoting freely from the Scriptures and from classic writings and sermons of leading evangelical leaders, both past and present.

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