e gather together for corporate as well as for individual worship and to break the bread on every Lord’s day (Sunday), in obedience to the Lord’s commandment (Luke 22: 17-20;1 Corinthians 11: 23-33), as the believers of the first Church did on every Lord’s day (John 20:19, John 20:26; Act 20:7; 1Corinthians16:2; Revelation 1:10).

The Lord’s day, which is also called the first day of the week, is the day on which Jesus rose again from the dead. Worship is the privilege of a believer to celebrate the victory of Christ singing the songs of redemption together with the Heaven. Jesus Christ is worthy to receive all glory and honour. Heavenly Father is seeking for true worshippers that worship Him in truth and in spirit (John 4: 23, 24). Moreover, the Lord has made us as “holy priests” and “royal priests” to offer spiritual sacrifices in the spiritual house and to show forth His praises (1 Peter 2:5 and 9). 

As the people of Israel celebrated the Passover to remember their redemption from the Egyptian slavery, we are called to celebrate the feast for Christ our passover is sacrificed for us (1 Corinthians 5:7). Around the Lord’s Table we remember the sufferings of Christ on the Cross (Isaiah 53: 1-5) and proclaim (or publish) the death of Christ anticipating His glorious appearance.

It is a privilege for all the believers to examine themselves and to take part in the Lord’s Table in worthy manner discerning the Lord’s body (1 Corinthians 11:23-33) as the love of God constraints us (2 Corinthians 5:14). Click here for more exhortations on the Lord’s Table.