This was the last supper that Jesus shared with His friends. At this meal Jesus introduced the practice we call “communion” or “the “Lord’s supper.” Today, we celebrate communion with others as a way of remembering Jesus and the last meal He ate with His disciples. Verse 30 say that they finished by singing together. Up until the very end of Jesus’ life, He chose to be a part of His faith community and celebrate God with them.
Sing a worship song together. Pick a song that celebrates Jesus’ sacrifice for us. Even if you don’t know all the lyrics, play it a few times until everyone catches on. Fill the room you are in with loud singing, thanking God for who He is and His great love for us.
During this time, remember Jesus. Remember the last meal Jesus ate with His friend and remember Jesus’ ultimate act service when He died for us on the cross.
Did you know that this habit can draw us away from God? Jesus wants us to constantly talk to Him but most of the time, we fail to do so. We tend to keep ourselves busy with things of the world. In this Holy month, build your relationship with God, spend your time with prayer and reading His word.
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Adapted from (c) 2016 Home Front a spiritual parenting resource.