Hebrews 13:20 mentions the “blood of an eternal covenant” which Christians readily connect with The Cross, but is there a deeper significance to this?
It’s frequently said that communion reminds Christians to think back to death of Christ and forward to His future return. Does that leave us just marking time between these events? Come with me as we explore an idea that may add another dimension, not only to communion, but also to life.
Who handed Jesus over to be crucified? The answer gives us further insight into what the rite of communion is about.