Originally Published in Worship Leader Magazine Vol 28 No 3 By Dr. Chuck Fromm The first meeting I had with visionary and true father in the faith, Robert Webber, he said, “Chuck, the most important word in worship is remembering. People who don’t remember God can’t worship.” He was talking about “biblical remembering.” As Fleming Rutledge says in her spirit-shaking tome on the cross, “if we say that the Lord’s Supper is a ‘memorial,’ we do not mean that we are simply thinking about Jesus’ last supper. When we repeat Jesus words, ‘do this in remembrance of me,’ in the communion service, we do not simply call Jesus to mind. Jesus is actively present with power in the communion of the people…We are not just thinking about Jesus’ actions in the upper room; we acknowledge that he is present and acting with…

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