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more (b) united to his facred body by the Holy Ghost who dwells both in Christ and in us : so that we, though Christ is in (i) heaven and we on earth, are notwith ftanding “ Fleth of his flesh, and bone * of (k) his bone ;” and that we live (I) and are governed for ever by one fpirit, as members of the fame body are by one foul.

John vi, 55,56. i Ads iii, 21. and i, 9, 10, 11. h John vi, 26. k Eph. V, 29, 30, 31, 32. 1 Cor. vi, 15, 17, 19. John iii, 24. / John vi, 86, 57, 58. Eph. iv, 15,16.

Q. 77, Where has Chrif promised that he will as certainly feed and nourish believers with his body and blood, as they eat of this broken bread, and drink of this cup?

A. In the institution of the supper, which is thus expressed ; (ne) « The Lord Jesus in the same night " in which he was betrayed, took bread and when “ he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, take, “ cat; this is my body, which is broken for you ; “ this do in remembrance of me ; after the same " manner also lie took the cup, when he had “ supped, saying, this (*) cup is the new testa

m 1 Cor. xi, 23. Mat xxvi, 26. Mark xiv, 22, Luke xxii, 19. n Exod. xxiv, 8. Heb. ix, 20.

"ment in my bloed : () this do ye as often as ye - drink it, in reinembrance of me. For as often as “ ye eat this bread, and drink this cep, ye do snew 6 the Lord's deaib till be come.

o Exo), xiii, 9. I Cor. xi, 26.

This promise is repeated by the hs'y apoftle Paul, where he says, (d) The cop obehag " which we bless, is it not the communion of the “ blood of Chrift! The bread which we break, « is it not the communion of the body of C-17 “ For we being many, are one bread and oue « body ; because we are all partakers of tha: 020 46 bread.”

pi Cor. x, 16, 17.

XXIX. LORD'S DAY. 2, 78. Do then the bread and wine become the Dery body and blood of Chrifi ?

A. Not at all : (9) but as the water in baptism is not changed into the blood of Christ, neither is ihe walking away of sin itself, being only the fign and confirmation thereof appointed of God; foibe bread in the Lord's fupper is not changed into the very

q i Cor. x, 1, 2, 3, 4. Pes. iii, 21, Jelin vi, 35, 62, 63.

more (b) united to his facred body by the Holy Ghost who dwells both in Christ and in us : so that we, though Christ is in (i) heaven and we on earth, are notwithstanding “ Flesh of his flesh, and bone “ of (k) his bone ;" and that we live (1) and are governed for ever by one fpirit, as members of the fame body are by one fout.

John vi, 55, 56. i Ads iii, 21. and i, 9, 10, 11. h John vi, 26. & Eph. v, 29, 30, 31, 32. 1 Cor. vi, 15, 17, 19 i John iii, 24. 1. John vi, 56, 57, 58. Eph. iv, 15,16.

Q. 77, Where has Chrif promised that he will as certainly feed and nourish believers with his body and blood, as they eat of this broken bread, and drink of this cup?

A. In the institution of the supper, which is thus , expressed ; (m) " The Lord Jesus in the same night

“ in which he was betrayed, took bread and when " he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, take, “ cat; this is my body, which is broken for you ; 6 this do in remembrance of me ; after the same

manner also he took the cup, when he had « fupped, saying, this (n) cup is the new testa.

m 1 Cor. xi, 23. Mat xxvi, 26. Mark xiv, 22, Luke xxii, 19. » Exod. xxiv, 8. Heb. ix, 20.

* ment in my blood : (0) this do ye as often as yo s drink it, in reinembrance of me. For as often at ye .eat this bread, and drink this caf, ye do thew 66 the Lord's dealb vill he come.

Exod, xiii, 9. I Cor. xi, 26.

This promise is repeated by the holy apoftle Paul, where he says, O) “ The cup of blessing 66 which we bless, is it not the communion of the « blood of Chrift! The bread which we break, 66 is it not the communion of the body of Christof " For we being many, are one bread and one « body ; because we are all partakers of that one « bread."

i Cor. x, 16, 17.

XXIX. LORD's D A Y. 2, 78. Do then the bread and wine become the pery body and blood of Christ?

A. Not at all : (9) but as the water in baptism is not changed into the blood of Christ, neither is the walhing away of fin itself, being only the fign and confirmation thereof appointed of God; so the bread in the Lord's supper is not changed into the very

q 1 Cor. x, 1, 2, 3, 4, Per. iii, 21. Jolin vi, 35, 62, 63.

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