Rev. Ray B. Lanning provides helpful reflections on the Form for the Administration of the Lord's Supper in the liturgy of the Reformed churches. Part 1 is a guide for those preparing to come to the Lord's Table, something for each day of the week prior to the Lord's Day appointed for administration of the sacrament. Part 2 further explores the form in meditations on the purposes for which Christ instituted the sacrament and the manner of its celebration. These meditations can be read before or after partaking of the Lord's Supper. Appended to this is a study edition of the Form for the Administration of the Lord's Supper. Here is instruction and encouragement as you seek to make ever more diligent use of the "glorious remembrance" of the death of Christ as a means of grace.
Ray B. Lanning is a minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, now retired and living in Grand Rapids, Michigan. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Westminster Seminary, Rev. Lanning served a number of Presbyterian and Reformed congregations in the United States and Canada during his thirty-three years as a pastor and preacher of the Word