This article looks at the relationship between the three parts of the Heidelberg Catechism - sin, deliverance, and gratitude. These three parts form a reformed alternative to the sacrament of penance, which also contains three parts - contrition, confession, and satisfaction. In contrast to the sacrament of penance, the Heidelberg Catechism encompasses the whole life of the Christian.
This article discusses the meaning of the phrase "the bread which we break" (1 Corinthians 11:24). So it is all about the meaning of the breaking and the handing out of the bread during the celebration of the Lord's Supper. The Lord's Supper as meal is also discussed.