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The Corinthian church was a troubled church, perhaps the most troubled of all the churches to which Paul wrote. In many ways, including their observance of communion, their spiritual life revealed divisions (see I Corinthians 11:18), and heresies (see I Corinthians 11:19). So Paul’s teaching in this week’s lesson was meant to correct their conduct regarding the practice of communion. Not only was he reminding the church of the proper way to do it, but that communion was also a reminder that Jesus’ death initiated the fulfillment of the new covenant promise (see Hebrews 10:14-18).

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