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I'm glad to see that at least some Baptists are beginning to wake up to the biblical pattern of celebrating the Lord's Supper (at least) weekly. Over at Moore to the Point, guest blogger, Dr. Jim Hamilton, writes,
Everywhere the apostles went to make disciples, they planted churches. They always baptized new disciples into membership in those churches, and those churches met on the first day of the week to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus, looking for his return, by partaking of the Lord’s supper....
This means, I think, that if we become convinced that the earliest church took the Lord’s supper every Lord’s day—and if this was so widespread that when Paul and Luke are traveling from one place to another, they know that if they find a church gathered on the Lord’s day that church will have gathered to break bread—if we become convinced that the earliest church in every place took the Lord’s supper every Lord’s day, we will want to do the same.
Read about it here.