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“The Bread”

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“This is My Body, given for you.”

The design "The Bread" in hand crafted silk

Design Description:

This banner is one of a pair. The two banners (The Bread and The Wine) complement each other in symbolising the best-known sacrament of the Christian Church: communion. The golden cascade of wheat leading to the bread and the grapes to make up the wine represents the earthly realm. They sit against a backdrop of pale blue, which represents the spiritual or heavenly realm. Communion is a meeting, an intersection of these two domains.

Jesus, at Passover, directed His disciples to remember Him through communion by taking of the sustaining and nurturing food symbols of unleavened bread and wine. Out of the loving sacrificial provision of His life and His body, the Lord, our Redeemer, gave Himself, the Bread of Life, to become our ever available and present salvation.

Name of the LORD:
YHWH Goelekh The Lord Your Redeemer

Bible Verses:

Communion finds its roots in the Passover feast where God's people remember their deliverance and redemption to be called God's people. The story is found in Exodus 12:27 and Exodus 13:3-5.

Communion is one of only two ceremonies that Jesus modelled for us as outlined in Matthew 26:26-29, Luke 22:19. Paul then passed on "what he had received from the Lord" in 1 Corinthians 11:25.

First Corinthians 11:18-34 teaches us that when we participate in communion, we must consider the other people around us and partake of it in a worthy manner. It is a way of refocusing our attention back the Lord Jesus Christ and proclaiming His death and return. (1 Corinthians 11:24-26) and is a good opportunity to examine our relationship with God and others (1 Corinthians 11:28-29, 31-32).

Genesis 14:18 shows that bread and wine have been related to blessing since the days of Abram and Melchizedek King of Salem. They take on a parallel symbolism not just as important food items, but the bread and wine of life. Judges 19:19.

Small amounts of bread were used in several miracles to feed people and reveal God working. 2 Kings 4:42-44, 2Kings 17:7-24, John 6:5-13. The bread often denotes unleavened bread metaphorically representing holiness and spiritual purity, sincerity and truth . (1 Corinthians 5:7,8).

Jesus says that He alone is the Bread of Life. John 6:35.

Design by: Design by David Stanfield © OOOMB

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Banderas de adoracion
Banners in the Bible
Body, Bread, Bread of Life, Food, Passover, Provision, Remembrance, The LORD Your Redeemer, Unleavened Bread.
Banners in the Bible
Gold: Everlasting God, God's Divinity, God's Glory (Exodus 37:6), Crowned King, The Power of the Resurrection Which Brings Healing (Revelation 3:18; 1 Peter 1:17; Ezekiel 1:4; 8:2)

Yellow: Faith, Glory, God's Faithfulness, Happiness, Joy, Light, Sunshine, (Matthew 17:2; Revelation 1:16; Psalm 84:11)

Pale Blue: Healing, Holy Spirit, Spiritual or Heavenly Realm (Exodus 24:10; 28:31; 39:22; Numbers 4:6; 15:38; 2 Chronicles 2:7; 3:14; Ezra 1:26; 10:1; John 14:26).

White: Holiness of God, Cleansing, Light, Sanctification, Righteousness, Purity, Christ, Angels, Saints (Ecclesiastes 9:8; Daniel 7:9; Isaiah 1:18; Matthew 17:2; 28:3; Acts 1:10; Revelation 3:4,5;18, 4:4; 6:2; 7:9; 15:6; 19:8).

Brown: Cannot get to God by our own means.

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