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Offline wincam

Re: The Saviour of the World
« Reply #8 on: February 10, 2019, 11:41:54 AM »
Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ.

Love and Peace
Dave


Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ.

Love and Peace
Dave


Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ.

Love and Peace
Dave


Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ.

Love and Peace
Dave


Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ.

Love and Peace
Dave


Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ.

Love and Peace
Dave


Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ.

Love and Peace
Dave


Hi Wincam
The question is do we have any biblical authority to celebrate Christmas or is it only a man made tradition for most people nowadays jest a couple of days of work.
The only thing our Lord asked us to celebrate was his death and resurrection through the Eucharist the bread and the wine the bread being his body that came down from heaven the wine his precious blood of forgiveness which cleanses us.
Does a sip of wine and a bit of bread do us any good or is it what it represents which is the body that came down from heaven the true bread on which we should feed on a daily bases.
And the blood which is true drink which represents the holy spirit which is the life giving force to the body of Christ



it is exactly as Jesus said it was and is at Jn6:53-58 to put on Christ by those who still refuse to walk with Him imho - wincam.

Love and Peace
Dave


carpe diem/semper fidelis