This table is the Eucharist, the table of thanksgiving. There are really only two tables in the world, the table of demons (Paul names it) and the table of the Lord, the table of thanksgiving and Eucharist and the table of ingratitude and bitterness. And Paul says that we may not eat from both. Here at this table we are enacting thankfulness. We are speaking thankfulness and we are living the thankful life toward one another here, and that means that you cannot go out there and be unthankful for your homework. You cannot go out there and be unthankful for your job. You cannot go out there and complain about your children or your health or your parents. You may not go around acting like you eat at the table of bitterness and ingratitude. Remember your allegiance to Jesus. He is King. You are his people. Therefore be loyal subjects to the King. Come eat, drink, and rejoice and again I say, rejoice!