Fall Quarterly – Sep/Oct/Nov 2017                                                Nov 26, 2017 | Lesson 13



Remembering The Covenant

Bible Basis: 1 Corinthians 11:23-24

Bible Truth: Paul exhorted believers to remember theses promises through celebrating the Lord’s Supper in a way that affirms the covenant it embodies.

MEMORY VERSE: Jeremiah 31:31

Lesson Aim: By the end of this lesson, we will EXPLORE the meaning of the Lord’s Supper as a time of covenant remembrance; ASPIRE to partake of the Lord’s Supper in a worthy manner as covenant partners with God; and EXPRESS daily through our lifestyles the covenant implications of the Lord’s Supper.

BACKGROUND SCRIPTURES: 1 Corinthians 11; Jude 3 – Read and incorporate the insight you gained from the Background Scriptures in your study of the lesson.


  1. I would love to have the cogic sunday school lesson on line. Is this at all possible, thank u?S

  2. I’m looking for an article called “The Birthing Chamber” written for Power For Living sometime between 1978-1982. A great article in your archives I hope you can find for me.

  3. The imagery with the memory verse is missed. If this could be included again it would be greatly appreciated.

  4. This is such a blessing. To use the web to seek and obtain Godly knowledge. The web is used for all kinds of things ssomething’s are evil perverted
    2 Timothy 2:15 Study to show ththyself approved unto God, a workman that needed not be ashamed, rightly dividing the truth. Know God for yourself as we endure the last days. Read his word/bible as the road map.

  5. I would like too get more Sunday lesson on my phone each and every Month or Quarterly. is that possible.

  6. How do we truly know, that the day we currently celebrate as Sunday, is actually the Sabbath day?

    • The bible does not give names for days. That was something that came into being hundreds of years later, with the days being named after mythological deities (ex. Thursday or Thor’s day). The days in that time were numbered as from the book of Genesis starting at chapter 1 verse 5. We really don’t know what day it is. We as believers should not get hung up on that as Paul said that we are hallow each day as unto the Lord instead of waiting for one day to focus on.

    • What important? Services to God or a debate perhaps we no not the answer to. We were not there right being truthful let’s just obey an His word, AMEN AMEN.

    • Sunday is a sun-god worship day celebrated by pagans. True sabath starts at sun set friday thru sat at sunset. When God created the heavens amd the earth and manking He identified the days as the 1st day, the 2nd day, and so on. It is man who named the days of the week after pagan gods. Some people even believe that Jesus rose on Sunday, which is untrue. Just study and do not trust man for the truth. God, The Father of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob, bless you.

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