The King’s Table

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	On the Sunday after Thanksgiving we took a moment as a church family and revisited King David's kindness to Mephibosheth. We should be very grateful that we are invited to the king’s table.  King David brought someone to his table for no other reason than out of kindness and covenant commitment.  A man with disability found the King’s ability.  That picture gives us a framework for understanding our own invitation to join Christ in communion – our disability finds His ability.
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	On the Sunday after Thanksgiving we took a moment as a church family and revisited King David's kindness to Mephibosheth.  We should be very grateful that we are invited to the king’s table.  King David brought someone to his table for no other reason than out of kindness and covenant commitment.  A man with disability found the King’s ability.  That picture gives us a framework for understanding our own invitation to join Christ in communion – our disability finds His ability.
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The King’s Table

On the Sunday after Thanksgiving we took a moment as a church family and revisited King David's kindness to Mephibosheth. We should be very grateful that we are invited to the king’s table.  King David brought someone to his table for no other reason than out of kindness and covenant commitment.  A man with disability found the King’s ability.  That picture gives us a framework for understanding our own invitation to join Christ in communion – our disability finds His ability.

The King’s Table

· Chuck Angel