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Many Christians today seem to have lost their appre­ciation for Holy Communion. Its blessings have fallen into ­oblivion, which has led to an impoverishment of the Christian life. A powerful means of grace, given to us by the Lord, has more or less faded away.

In this book, Ulf Ekman takes us back to the time of the first Church. Focusing on Communion as it was celebrated in the beginning, he points to Communion as a means to a more powerful spiritual life and more intimate fellowship with Jesus.

Take, Eat is an aid for those who have questions about Communion, who want to gain a deeper understanding of it and learn to use what God has given, so that His grace can abound even more in their lives. In Communion there is a spiritual wellspring that is open to us all.

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