March 23rd, 2013 – Sermon on “Tell the children! Until Jesus comes!” by Nathan Lawson

Nathan Lawson’s sermon on “Tell the children! Until Jesus comes!” was a call to remembrance of the Lord’s Supper that included many references to great hymns and the words that expressed faith, hope , and salvation in them. After 20 minutes, Nathan declared that the sermon was about to begin and consolidated his message into the reason we remember the Lord’s Supper and how we should pass it on to our children.

Nathan used the following scriptures: Matt. 26:19-21, 26-29, 1 Pt. 1:18-19, Ex. 12:13, 25-27, 1 Cor. 11:26. Some of hymns he referenced were: When I See the Blood, Are You Washed in the Blood?, My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less.

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 3-23-2013 sermon

Nathan Lawson is an Elder at the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and lives in Conroe, TX.  He is the retired pastor of the Conroe church and was preaching by request.

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2 Responses to “March 23rd, 2013 – Sermon on “Tell the children! Until Jesus comes!” by Nathan Lawson”

  1. Jeff says:

    That was a classic sermon on the Lord’s Supper, Nathan. Certainly an example of how it is done well. I found your comment on the new wine at the marriage feast intriquing, we know so little about the future that every morsel we can glean is illuminating.


  2. Gladys McCoy says:

    I was happy that you told the children about the Old Testament blood over the doorpost, etc. which kept them safe from harm. Likewise, the blood of Jesus protects us from harm. It was good to let them understand the importance of the shedding of blood. Although, they probably won’t understand the whole process, it is important that the children, as well as all of us, try to understand the concept of what God sacrificed for us. Enjoyed the messages in the songs which really tell the story of His love and what He suffered for us. Thanks for food for thought, Nathan. God bless you. . . Gladys

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