The Memorial of Christ's Death
The only event in Jesus’ entire earthly career that he commanded we commemorate is the Memorial of his death. Jehovah’s Witnesses commemorate this event annually on Nisan 14 according to one of the Jewish calendars. However, Christians are not limited to annual commemorations. We can do so ‘as often as’ we like. (1 Corinthians 11:26)
The articles here offer encouragement and practical suggestions on why, how and when to commemorate the event. It is our hope that all mankind, not just Jehovah’s Witnesses, all join in setting aside at least one day a year to honor our Lord of Lord and King of Kings by doing the one thing he requested of us.
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- An Intimate Evening With Jesus
- Choosing to be Hot, Not Lukewarm
- Eating and drinking Worthily
- Faith Sons of God
- Fearless Sons of the Kingdom
- Great Crowd of Partakers
- Jesus in Our Midst
- Keep Doing This In Remembrance of Me
- Last Commemoration of the Lord's Evening Meal
- Memorial of Offense
- Obeying God as Ruler
- Open Letter to the Sons of the Kingdom (2014)
- Our Most Holy Night
- Reflections on the Memorial Supper (2015)
- Remembering What?
- Seizing the Kingdom as Sons
- Spirit Bears Witness | Part 1
- Spirit Bears Witness | Part 2
- Spirit Bears Witness | Part 3
- Spirit Bears Witness | Part 4
- Spirit Bears Witness | Part 5
- Standing Courageously in Union with Christ
- Tale of Two Suppers
- Thinking Ahead
- We Want to Go With You | Part 1
- We Want to Go With You | Part 2
- We Want to Go With You | Part 3
- We Want to Go With You | Part 4
- We Want to Go With You | Part 5
- We Want to Go With You | Part 6
- Who Should Partake of the Memorial Emblems?