“The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper,” in Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Howard W. Hunter (2015), 197–206.
The deacons dispersed throughout the chapel to serve the broken bread. One of them came to our row and held the silver tray while I partook. Then I held the tray so Sister Hunter could partake, and she held it for the person next to her. Thus the tray went down the row, each serving and being served.
I had never thought of the passing of the sacrament in quite this way before.”Each serving and being served.” This seems to me a very special part of thee ordinance of the sacrament. There is so much meaning in both the act of serving and the act of being served.
I am grateful today for my father who called me for help on his temple memories project. I only wish I could have remembered more to help him out.
What did I do great today…
- I closed my ClickMagick account and moved everything over to BuildRedirects.
- I worked on getting SSL on my CNAME subdomains for rosinabignall.com.
- I worked on two more sections of the Online Business Foundation course.