As Often As You Do It

By Dennis C Stevenson Jr

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When Jesus broke bread with His disciples and told them to "remember Me", He tapped into an ancient Jewish ceremony that foreshadowed His own sacrifice. Learn the deeper meanings of the Lord's Supper in this short, easy-reading book.


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Do you want to experience the Lord’s Supper like a first century believer? Would you like to know what Jesus’ disciples understood about Communion? Go beyond the bread and cup to discover what Jesus was thinking when He said “Do this in remembrance of Me.”

For over twenty years, Author Dennis Stevenson has been teaching the Bible and leading Passover Seders . His insight sheds fresh light on the Christian practice of communion and reveals the forgotten meaning of the bread and cup.

In this short book you’ll find the connection between Believer’s Communion and the Jewish Passover. When Jesus wanted to leave His disciples an enduring reminder of His sacrifice, He turned to the celebration of the Passover lamb. On the night He was betrayed, He transformed ancient symbols of redemption into the perfect picture of the New Covenant.

In As Often As You Do It, you will discover for yourself:

  • The emotions Jesus felt as He introduced the Lord’s Supper
  • The silent story behind the bread of communion
  • The fifteen hundred year secret of the cup after supper


As Often As You Do It lets you walk in the steps of Jesus as He shared the Last Supper with His disciples. If you want to strengthen your faith, gain fresh spiritual insight and grow closer to your Savior this Easter, then you’ll love Dennis Stevenson’s fresh insights on this traditional Christian practice.

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