A communion table closed to local church members only is the only way to do church properly. Closed communion is the governor of correct church practice and will engender a more harmonious and productive church membership than weeks or months of one-to-one so-called ‘counselling’ or special seminars ever can. This is part 1 of an extended version of the original lesson, with extra detail and observations added. A shorter version of the talk, comprising both parts 1 and 2, can be found elsewhere on this blog.
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