Have you wondered why Jesus compared His body to bread and His blood to wine at the event the Bible calls “The Lord’s Supper?” In the Old Testament, Numbers 28, before Moses was sent up into Mr. Abarin to die, God explained why sacrificial blood offerings were so important to Him. The animal-blood sacrifice was like food to God. The oil and the wine, a fragrant odor. But wine was also a drink offering. So, God smells, tastes, and drinks sacrificial offerings. The night before Jesus was arrested, He told the Twelve to eat this bread, it is my body, and drink this wine, it is my blood. The Son of God was days before His broken body and spilt blood would become the ultimate sacrifice on a Roman cross. Jesus’ sacrifice was counted by God as “enough” to cancel sin for all time so that humankind could to receive Eternal Life. The Apostle Paul wrote these words to the Roman church: “Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God–this is your spiritual act of worship” (12:1). The rule for sacrifice never changed.