Article XXIV (24) of the Augsburg Confession deals with the Mass, or as some of us still call it today, the Divine Service, in which God gives the gifts of His Word and the Sacrament to people for the forgiveness of their sins. Sadly, the Roman Church had turned the Mass into something else entirely. We find in this article a pure understanding of Christian worship, the Mass, and the nature of worship in the New Testament. This is a longer article, and a very important one for Christians today, so it will be covered in a few parts.
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