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bread; fruit; vine
The visible elements of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper are the _______ and the _______ of the _______.
The bread represents the broken _______ of _______.
blood; Christ; new covenant
The wine represents the _______ of _______; it is shed as the seal of the _______.
According to acts 26:18, believers are sanctified by _______.
The Lord's Supper is a _______ of Christ death and an anticipation of his _______.
The observance of the Lord's Supper is vital to _______ and spiritual _______.
union; Christ; purification; servanthood
The aim of the sacrament of the washing of saints' feet is to represent continued _______ with_______, the believer's _______ by Christ and the believer's _______ to others in the body.
The element of footwashing represents the _______ of those who are in Christ.
The act of washing feet represents believers' _______ to one another.
The sacrament of footwashing provides an instrument of grace for the perpetuation of spiritual _______ and the _______ of servants.
By its nature, the Lord's Supper is a meal and is, therefore, an appropriate symbol of _______.
The act of pouring the wine depicts the _______ of Christ's blood.
the collection of books of the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the Pauline and other Epistles, and Revelation
Jesus emphasized the Lord's Supper as an act of _______.
In John 13:15,16, Jesus designated His act of washing the disciples' feet as an _______ to the believers.
1 Timothy 5:10
The continuance of the practice of the washing of the saints' feet in church practice is shown in _______.
Christ gave the sacrament of footwashing _______ significance.
In John 13:10, Jesus showed that the cleansing of this sacrament is _______.
Both the Lord's Supper and the washing of the saints' feet are _______ observances.
The repetition of the Lord's Supper recognizes the constant need for _______ and the need for frequent reminders of Christ's _______.