The visible elements of the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper are the _____ and the _____ of the _____.
The bread represents the broken _____ of _____.
The wine represents the _____ of _____; it is shed as the seal of the _____.
The benefits of the Lord’s Supper are received by _____.
The Lord’s Supper is a _____ of Christ’s death and an anticipation of His _____.
The observance of the Lord’s Supper is vital to _____ and spiritual _____.
The aim of the sacrament of the washing of the saints’ feet is to represent continued _____ with _____, the believer’s _____ to others in the body.
The element of water in footwashing represents the _____ of those who are in Christ.
The act of footwashing feet represents believers’ _____ to one another.
The sacrament of footwashing provides an instrument of grace for the perpetuation of spiritual _____ and the _____ of servants.
By its nature, the Lord’s Supper is a meal and is, therefore, and appropriate symbol of _____.
The act of pouring wine depicts the _____ of Christ’s blood.
Christ designated the cup as the _____ in His blood.
Jesus emphasized the Lord’s Supper as an act of _____.
In John 13:15, 16, Jesus designated His act of washing the disciples’ feet as an _____ to the believers.
The continuance of the practice of the washing of the saints’ feet in church practice is shown in _____.
Christ gave the sacrament of footwashing _____ significance.
1 John 13:10, Jesus showed that the cleansing of this sacrament is _____.
Both the Lord’s Supper and the washing of the saints’ feet are _____ observances.
The repetition of the Lord’s Supper recognizes the constant need for _____ and the need for frequent reminders of Christ’s _____.