"People call us Mennonites. You may have thought we are different. Some people think we are odd. But we are not ashamed to be different from most professing Christians, because we are serious about obeying God and His Word."
Communion: a Christian ordinance, a commemoration, an anticipation, a confirmation, a participation in the sufferings of Christ, the Head of the church. We do not remember His death alone, but in the fellowship of the body of believers. Let us commune with Him, and with each other, "till He come."
Is consecration the same as dedication? Does consecration have anything to do with choices? Who has the first word when it comes to the decision a consecrated Christian needs to make? And who will have the last word?