“My flesh is real food and my blood is real drink.” John 6.55


“If now, with eyes defiled and dim, We see the signs, but see not Him
O may His love the scales displace, And bid us see Him face to face!”   Charles Haddon Spurgeon

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  1. Just a quirie– The picture displays only a partial loaf; is there an explanation as to not a whole loaf? There surely is not a part of Christ’s body missing!

    1. Some Christian Assemblies (or churches) quibble about the bread used for the Lord’s Supper: large loaf, small loaf, no loaf (onlycrackers), leavened bread, unleavened bread, transformed bread, etc. In your quirie, cut bread verses un-cut bread. Christ was cut by the nails and by the spear that pierced his side. Maybe the bread should have holes like passover matzo?

      In the Bible “One loaf” was pictorial, not merely of the body that hung on the cross but of the body of believers, the local church. “Because there is one loaf, our many-ness becomes one-ness – Christ doesn’t become fragmented in us.” 1 Corinthians 10.17 (the Message) In other words there should be unity in the church. That is at the heart of HISTABLE

      Incidentally, the liquid in the cup in the picture happens to be cranberry juice. I didn’t want to break open an whole bottle of wine just for the picture.

      1. A verse of scripture has recently come to mind in response to the initial query. The loaf of bread signifies more than the unity of the believers. Ostensibly and starkly it signifies the death of the Saviour. “… he was cut off out of the land of the living: for the transgression of my people was he stricken.” Isaiah 53.8

    2. The emblems themselves are not so important but what they symbolise. I remember reading about a tribal church that used red berry juice instead of real wine.

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