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Mystery of the Lord's Supper: Sermons by Robert Bruce

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The Westminster Confession is a foundational document for countless churches worldwide. Churches of all sizes claim it as their confession and hold to it with varying degrees of closeness. However how many people actually have any real knowledge of the Confession or feel it is only of relevance to their church leaders Joey Pipa's study book is the ideal tool for all Christ ...more
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Published July 20th 2005 by Christian Heritage (first published January 1st 1958)
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Alasdair Peterson
Very rich and edifying account of the nature, meaning and practice of the Lord's Supper. Bruce shows that the Supper is not just a chance to remember Christ's death but, in doing so, to meet with the risen Christ and feast on his death by faith, not physical digestion. Also two helpful sermons on preparing oneself for partaking of the supper.
Jason Farley
Wonderful. Robert Bruce was a major voice warning about the enlightenment and the minimizing of the sacraments because of the enlightenment.
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Robert Bruce is an English-born mystic author living in Perth, Australia. Bruce is best known for his studies of Out Of Body Experience, which first became public in the early 1990s through his activity in the alt.out-of-body Internet news group. Over time, he collected and peer-tested his findings in an evolving set of articles, A Treatise on Astral Projection, which he later expanded upon substa ...more
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“He tended to live too much by the private judgements of his own conscience and not enough by the sheer Word of the Gospel, forgetting, perhaps, that if our heart condemns us, God is greater than our heart, infinitely greater. That is the Majesty of His Mercy. Over against that the Christian conscience is not something that a man possesses in himself, but something that he shares with his fellow-believers, and above all that which they in togetherness share with God, a con-science which is their joint knowing of the Divine will in Christ announced to them through the Gospel. The tendency for the conscience to rely upon itself as an autonomous or semi-autonomous principle was characteristic of the humanism of the Renaissance,” 0 likes
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