Jesus ordained the memorial supper the night in which He was betrayed. He told them He would not eat the supper again with His disciples until they would be “in the kingdom.” He said it was to be “in remembrance of me” (Lk 22:19-23). Paul spoke more at length of the supper in the church, the kingdom, in I Cor. 11:23-25. The bread represents His body; the cup represents His blood. Jeremiah lamented God’s people had forgotten Him. If Jesus were speaking today, would He say: “Can a church forget her pot-luck meals? Yet you have forgotten me in the Lord’s supper days without number.” In some churches, it is only a monthly observance; in others, quarterly or annually. In Christ’s one true church, it is observed each week, “on the first day of the week” (Acts 20:7). This supper preaches “the Lord’s death till He comes” and is a silent witness of the greatest sacrifice of all ages (I Cor 11:25). It also preaches the second coming of Christ (I Cor 11:26). Ask for the preacher’s sermon: “No Lord’s Day Without the Lord’s Supper.”