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DRINK YE ALL OF IT

And He took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, Drink ye all of it. Matthew 26:27 When Yeshua passed the cup to His disciples at the Lord's Supper, He told them to drink all of it. This commandment offers some information on the depth of His death and sacrifice. There has been much speculation on the actual cause of Yeshuas' physical death. Some say He died from asphyxiation while others have said He died from shock when Holy Spirit left Him. Others have said His heart exploded due to the pressure He bore. However, when He said to drink all of the cup, He gave the greatest clue of His actual death. When the Passover lamb was slain, the lamb was laid on the threshold of the door and his throat was cut. Moment by moment the lamb grew weaker as the blood filled the trough. Finally, due to lack of blood flow and blood pressure, the lamb died. He bled to death. As Jesus, the Lamb of God, was being crucified, He also bled moment by moment. As each drop hit the ground, He grew weaker and weaker, fighting to maintain consciousness and focus. Finally, as He fulfilled all things, He gave up His spirit into the Fathers hands. He died by His own free will, even at the right time, but the actual cause of His death was the same as the Passover lamb, He bled to death. So when you drink the Communion cup, remember that drop by drop, Yeshua gave His life, strength and blood for you. Drain the cup! Do not leave any in it, He gave ALL of His blood as a sacrifice. "Drink ye all of it," as a reminder of the way Jesus gave His life for you and me... What a Savior...What a King... What a God...

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