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Jesus Christ came to Earth to give humankind the Best. He was and is the Best. He gave His disciples more than a challenge; He gave them a command. “Be ye perfect even as your Heavenly Father is perfect.” Being perfect is tantamount to being the best. But how is this attainment possible and what is the way? In his new book, The Lord’s Supper–Mingle with the Best, Thomas Lupich shows how the Lord’s Supper describes the way by which this seeming impossibility can be accomplished, namely, by mingling with the Best: the Father and the Son. He examines various aspects of the meaning of this symbolic ritual and its relevance to the perfection process, and why the Lord's Supper is a key factor of that process.
The Lord’s Supper can be traced to the time Jesus shared bread and the wine at the end of His ministry, the bread and the wine represent the Lord’s body and blood. The act was and continues to be an allegorical reminder of the task set before His disciples. The Lord’s Supper is known by many names including the Holy Communion, the Eucharist and the Breaking of Bread and it is viewed differently by various religious groups.
To some, the body and the blood are purely mystical components of the Holy Communion; others view them metaphorically while there are those who perceive them as being the literal essence of God. What is the real meaning behind this ritual? Which of these interpretations or views are true? Lupich’s The Lord’s Supper aims to answer these questions primarily from a scriptural perspective. It also addresses the different conceptual aspects involved in the Lord’s Supper.
Fascinating and filled with invaluable truths, The Lord’s Supper is a useful starting ground for deepening one’s understanding of one of the most profound and meaningful acts in the Bible.
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About the Author
Thomas Lupich is the Preceptor of the International Society of Seekers of the Truth, a retired electrical designer from Princeton University’s Plasma Physics Laboratory, and a taiji instructor with an interest in science and health. His major interest is Biblical Truth. He, therefore, considers himself a Truth Seeker: an avocation that he recommends to all men.
Lupich has written The Lord’s Supper: Mingle With the Best to expound on the meaning and the blessings of the Eucharist.
The Lord’s Supper * by Thomas Lupich
Mingle with the Best
Publication Date: March 28, 2013
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