“For I am the LORD, I change not”. Martin Luther wrote “A Mighty Fortress is Our God.” On the other hand, you and I are creatures that are subject to change. We all experience ups and downs, life and death. Outwardly, we begin to slow down; inwardly, we are renewed daily.

The Lord’s supper serves to remind us once again of the incredible price that God paid to bring together His omnipotency with our impotency.

We remember in the bread and cup the complete work of redemption that Jesus Christ secured for us.

Practically speaking, today we remember that Jesus is our unchanging Lord and Master. His dealings with hurting people in the gospels reflect His Father’s heart towards us today.

Let’s partake of the elements today seriously, not curiously, “looking unto Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith” for that special touch of His power in our life.