In this episode, Pastor Richard answers a question about communion. What are the absolute basics of communion? What if there is no Word present with the Bread and Wine? Also, what if people use grape soda and potato chips, is it still a sacrament? We certainly do not use sand when we baptize, but soda and chips for the Lord’s Supper would be totally fine, right? Check this episode out to learn more.

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Dear WE: I have recently left a works based cult. I know the consequences of adding to the gospel and have been praying for personal forgiveness for perverting the gospel. I am trying to reevaluate my beliefs but am having trouble adjusting. I really do see that the correct use of baptism is for people […]

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Dear WE: When is a baptism not a baptism? Today one of my friends was “baptized” but apparently no one thought it was important to actually SAY the words “I baptize you into the name…etc.” They just dunked him. Does that even count? Thanks, A Dear A, From our WE Team discussions, we would have […]

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[youtube]bX9yAykax3o[/youtube] Can a drunk go to heaven? Was Augustine a Calvinist? When the church fathers say that the Lord’s Supper is a “sign” do they mean it is just symbolic? Pietism and sacramentarianism are the topics in today’s video! Around the Word Devotions http://www.whatdoesthismean.org/devotions.html Questions about the Lutheran Ninja Clan and WEtv’s goals? Watch this […]

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By: Pr. Matt Richard The sacraments of baptism and communion were instituted by Jesus. He calls the church to baptize in the great commission of Matthew 28:16-20 and He also calls the church to the Lord’s Table (i.e. communion) in Matthew 26:26-29 and Luke 22:14-20. We practice baptism and communion because Jesus said to. Simple […]

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