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1606 WORDS: My message is about the Lord’s Supper & why Paul immediately says we do show the Lord’s death & what it means to be unworthy.


For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, That the Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed took bread:

And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me.

After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me.

For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord’s death till he come.

Wherefore whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink this cup of the Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord.

But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that cup.

For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh damnation to himself, not discerning the Lord’s body.


To take the Lord’s Supper worthily one must show forth the Lord’s death with some interest in understanding what that means, for God says in ISAIAH 27:11 if we are a people of no understanding God will have no favor or mercy on us.

___ Paul says ALL PEOPLE who take the Lord’s Supper show the Lord’s death, however it is likely that many take it unworthily. The reason for this is that what death is Paul referring to? The physical death of Jesus or some other form of death Jesus suffered?

__ To get a better understanding of this, one should observe what happened to Jesus the moment he took the bread & wine: he began to change, & he said shortly afterwards “my soul is exceedingly sorrowful even unto death,” & not long after Jesus was in the garden of Gethsemane sweating what Luke described as great drops of clotted blood which fell all the way to the earth! THIS WAS NOT PHYSICAL BLOOD BUT THE SUPERNATURAL BLOOD OF JEHOVAH! This happened while Jesus prayed if it be possible Father save me from death. What death was Jesus referring to? This was a man who taught to not fear physical death or what man can do unto him. Could this death Jesus had to taste for Everyman as if being the forerunner of it, like the poison tester of a kitchen, tasting the food for everyone first, be referring to that eternal death called the second death: which consists of an eternal forsaking by God the father because God alone is our life?- as God says in LEV17:11 the life of all flesh is in the blood. God is the life in all blood especially of our mediator Jesus, & Jesus had to taste eternal death on the cross though as ISAIAH says God forsook him but for a moment. But this death was so terrible to Jesus that Jesus prayed his whole life with strong crying & tears to be saved from it! Death in the Bible is symbolic for separation from God, which was not possible until Jesus experienced it in his crucifixion. Before that no one went to hell to suffer but to only wait for Jesus to descend into it to preach either salvation or damnation to them.

__ So the bread & juice are separated in the Lord’s Supper because it shows his death: which death is basically (in the basic essence of it) the second death which is separation from our life blood which is God the Father in Jesus Christ. Jesus delivered us from eternal death, but had Jesus not died on the cross, damnation would not have been possible, because Jesus said he did these things to fulfill all righteousness as he told John the Baptist. God’s justice demanded punishment to the devil though it came with the cost of needing to damn so many sinners with him: all of whom would have never been sinful to begin with if it wasn’t for the “evil one” Satan: who also used his authority as the son of the morning ISA14:12 to cast out a third of the angels from heaven. Hebrews says Satan alone has the power of death, so when Satan is bound a 1000 years all death & injury & sickness ceases, but until Satan is bound throughout his whole being in the lake of fire, sin will continue reigning in the hearts of people causing them to be unconverted. Even in conversion to God, the fight against sin in the heart continues to rage on! Only when we are fully hid with Christ in heaven will we find eternal rest from any sinful nature in us.

_ So why Paul says let a man examine himself first, is that self examination is the opposite of narcissism, & therefore the exact opposite of what Satan the prototype sinner does. The first question to ask ourselves in self examination is how much do we really care for Jesus’s sake what he suffered & just how important is it to us personally to come to an understanding of it, not only for ourselves but to also feed Jesus’s sheep with our meditation & the word we have digested?

___ The 2 elements of the Lord’s Supper are not both the same person: though they are both that of Jesus. What this means is, that the blood of Jesus is God his Father, because the life of all blood is God: but only Jesus is the owner of God: only Jesus could say of God “MY FATHER.” No blood has life of itself, but it is connected to the soul: which is why ISA53:10 says to make the soul of Jesus our offering for our sins. When a blood donor gives blood, the life of that blood is no longer in it until it becomes reunited to another living soul: just as food doesn’t become a person until it is eaten, & is then connected to a SOUL WHICH ALONE CAN GIVE LIFE & AWARENESS TO IT. But the blood in the Lord’s Supper is life in itself because the blood is God himself: even the blood of Jehovah called Elohim. So the bleeding Jesus experienced on a soul level was worse than his physical bleeding. What did this mean to the only man (only genetic son) WHO IS MADE SO MUCH BETTER THAN THE ANGELS to be bled dry of God which made him no longer remember why he was suffering, & made him ask God why have you forsaken me? We, only if we are eternally saved & safely in heaven are made EQUAL TO THE ANGELS:: but here is a man “MADE SO MUCH BETTER THAN ALL ANGELS COMBINED” that it’s beyond comprehension! What suffering did it cause Jesus to be forsaken of the father, after a whole lifetime of being “A MAN OF SORROWS & ACQUAINTED WITH GRIEF?” All those previous pains then became all like festering wounds devouring his soul: BECAUSE GOD’S PRESENCE WAS HIS ONLY COMFORT & MEANS TO DEAL WITH HIS LONELINESS! The physical suffering of his whips were all laced with God’s purest wrath, as “GOD LAID ON HIM THE INIQUITY OF US ALL!”

___ Jesus’s physical death was his eternal life because as soon as he was about to die he said it is finished & he was then in paradise though descending into hell, because hell was not yet then forsaken of God, & no one was suffering there until Jesus’s resurrection. Salvation came at the cost of damnation: because had Jesus refused to die for us, there would have been no new universe & this old universe would have been taken over by the devil. Which while no one would have been punished by God, all people would have been Satan’s toy to do with as he pleased. God would have “given the whole universe over to their naturally reprobate minds” & fully into the hands of the devil, & no one would have been damned or saved but eternity would be spent tormented by the devil & his angels & any “trusted servants” whom Satan might use. But wouldn’t there be ANYONE SAVED? Not even the most special men or women of God such as Moses or Elijah? Were they all dependent on Jesus dying on the cross? Yes because not even the angels were let into the kingdom of God’s inner heart until Jesus died & rose again. But what if Satan could have caught himself before he made his mistake, & so that the all knowing mind of God foreseen this & so didn’t need to crucify Jesus FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE WORLD BUT PLANNED A DIFFERENT MEANS OF “BREAKING” HIS SON TO LET CREATION INTO HIS INNER SELF, since no sin would have then existed? The entrance to God’s inner heart would still be through the only genetic son Jesus, but the method & process would have been different & quite possibly not include pain since pain only existed because of sin. God didn’t NEED the sin of the devil to glorify free grace, because God saw all scenarios in his mind already from before the foundation of the world, & concluded that HE HIMSELF is the only righteousness & so pain only needed to exist because of the devil who REQUIRED it to exist, & JOB 33 says “27He looketh upon men, and if any say, I have sinned, and perverted that which was right, and it profited me not;

28He will deliver his soul from going into the pit, and his life shall see the light.


___ What the universe would look like after this original first universe God made finally died off, is a prosthetic artificial universe manufactured in the factories of fallen angels, & filled with truly countless innumerable souls: all existing for the devil’s pleasure to torment & to do to whatsoever he pleases! Jesus deserves all Purple Hearts for his death on the cross, but Satan has made us think it was easy for Jesus, making us think his death entailed nothing more than a physical animal level type sacrifice, & so even claims in the Catholic mass that each Lord’s Supper is an actual complete sacrifice as if Jesus is re-crucified at each Lord’s Supper: which Hebrews calls “crucifying the Lord afresh & putting him to an open shame. The crucifixion was so difficult & treacherous for Jesus, he had to be laid in a feeding trough as a baby to train him his whole life as one would do for the Olympics that his life on earth is for nothing more than to become our sacrifice for sin.

___ The body of Jesus is for our reversal of sin & healing of all diseases. & his physical blood is shed for our prosperity. But his spiritual blood is shed for our salvation: & this could only come through that death he prayed his whole life to be delivered from, & that cup did not pass from him, until he drank it in the form of suffering the loss of his Father’s life blood upon the cross: though God the Father, called in 2COR4:4 “the gospel of Christ who is the image of God” remained in Jesus reconciling the world unto himself, & keeping Jesus’s mind stayed on himself who is God: which kept Jesus in perfect peace.