Jesus institutes the Sacrament - ericdrichards.com

Jesus institutes the Sacrament - ericdrichards.com

Jesus institutes the Sacrament Matthew 26 Matthew 26 Tension mounting - its Thursday.

In Matthew 26:613: What principles do you see here? Elder James E. Talmage explained, To anoint the head of a guest with ordinary oil was to do him honor; to anoint his

feet also was to show unusual and signal regard; but the anointing of head and feet with spikenard, and in such abundance, was an act of reverential homage rarely rendered even to kings.

Matthew 26:1416 What Judas did after the Savior chided him for complaining. According to the law of Moses, thirty shekels of silver would compensate an owner for the death of a slave (see Exodus 21:32). The betrayal price reflects the low regard Judas and the chief priests had for the Savior (New Testament Student Manual [Church Educational System manual,

2014], 81). It also fulfilled an Old Testament prophecy of Judass betrayal of the Savior (see Zechariah 11:12). Matthew 26 Time for the Passover - what do you know about it?

First Passover: Exodus 12:1-12. Mark everything you think may be symbolic VIDEO

The Passover (3:07) https://www.lds.org/media-library/video/2011-03-041-the-passover?lang=en What was

something interesting you learned that you didnt know before?

The Passover Exodus 12:21-24 How much blood would you have personally place on your door if you were

alive for this event? Exodus 12:29-32,51 The death of the first born got the children of Israel out of Egypt.

The death of The First Born gets Egypt out of us! Matt 26:17-22 What is leaven? What does leaven symbolize?

Exodus 12:15. What does this symbolize? Do you have any leaven in your life? Exodus 13:810 Symbols Zeroah (Roasted bone)

Temple sacrifice Beitzah (Boilded egg) Trials Maror and Chazeret (Horseradish

and Bitter Lettuce) Harsh sufferings Charoset (Chopped apples, walnuts and wine) Bricks and Mortar

Karpas (onions or parsley) Dipped into salt water to represent tears of slaves Passover

Sacrament Think about the Sacrament in your ward. 3 things/events during the

Sacrament that point my mind toward Jesus Christ are: 1. 2. 3. Funeral

Always Remember Him (5:27) https://www.lds.org/youth/article/always-remember-him?lang=e Always Remember Him (5:27)

https://www.lds.org/youth/article/always-remember-him?lang=e Our Passover Do we see our weekly sacramental service

as our Passover? With so very much at stake, this ordinance commemorating our escape from the angel of darkness should be taken more seriously than it sometimes is.

Jeffrey R. Holland, Oct. 1995 Gen. Conf. The Promise Exodus 13:21-22

How is this promise alive today? The Sacrament: An Analogy Currently, the Tomb Guards work on a

three team rotation - 24 hours on, 24 hours off, 24 hours on, 24 hours off, 24 hours on, 96 hours off. It takes an average of 6 hours for a sentinel to prepare his/her uniform for his/ her walk.

Each soldier must be in superb physical condition, possess an unblemished military record and be between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet,4 inches tall, with a proportionate weight and build. During the trial phase, would-be sentinels

memorize 7 pages of Arlington National Cemetery history. This information must be recited verbatim in order to earn a "walk. The Sentinel takes 21 steps (alluding to the twenty-one gun salute, the highest

The Sentinel stops on the 21st step, then turns and faces the Tomb for 21 seconds. They then turn to face back down the mat, changes the weapon to the outside shoulder, mentally counts

off 21 seconds, then steps off for another 21 step walk down the mat. They face the Tomb at each end of the 21 step walk for 21 seconds. The Sentinel then repeats this over and over until the Guard Change ceremony

begins. Gloves are moistened to improve the grip on the rifle. The Tomb Guard Identification Badge (TGIB) is awarded after the Sentinel

passes (with 95% accuracy) a series of 300 questions, both written, oral, and demonstrative. Only 600 have been awarded since its crea

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