A package that contains small pieces of Matza bread – especially made for those who want to participate in The Lord’s supper communion in small groups or church meetings.
In “The Last Supper” of Yeshua and his disciples during the evening of “Pesach”, Yeshua told them to gather for a communion, bless and break the bread, and eat it for his remembrance. The symbolism of doing so is to unite with Yeshua in his suffering and death, so that we will receive his grace and resurrect just as he did.
We thank the Lord for the bread, we break it to pieces, and we eat it – to be grateful for his sacrifice, to remember how his body suffered and “broke down” for us, and we eat it to unite with him in his resurrection.
The Matza bread symbolizes the body of Yeshua – the ease with which the Matza bread breaks reminds us of how fragile and vulnerable Yeshua was during his suffering. The holes and stripes on the Matza remind us of the flogging and nailing that Yeshua went through just to save our unholy souls. The Jewish people eat the Matza bread once a year during the period of Pesach, to remember how their ancestors were in a rush to make bread before the Exodus of Egypt.
Take part in uniting with Yeshua, for this remembrance.
“And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” (Luke 22:19)
Net weight: 7oz (200gr)