The Eucharist aka "The Holy Comunion" is one of the Seven Sacraments found in traditional Christian Churches such as the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox ones but also in the Lutheran Protestant churches.They claim that it was instituted by Jesus Christ during his Last Supper. Giving his disciples bread and wine during the Passover meal, Jesus commanded his followers to "do this in memory of me," while referring to the bread as "my body" and the wine as "my blood.".During Eucharist a priest distributes holy bread and wine to the believers thus sharing the sacrifice of Christ and cleansing them of their sins.
This is a man-made term and can be found nowhere in Scripture!
Wine is not to be give for Communion as evidenced in my response to your question, "What Does the Communion Mean to Christians."
See how "religion" (Satan's work, John 10:10) has deceived believers?
Study "BELIEVERS, Study! (II Timothy 2:15; Acts 17:11)
The Eucharist is a Latin term for Holy Communion. Your reference in Romans was Paul talking about Drunkenness and not necessarily wine. Paul tells Timothy to take a little wine for his stomach (1 Tim 5vs23) why wouldn't Jesus use wine for it?
Law: Medicinal purposes "only!:" How did u come up with "not necessarily wine" when WRITTEN? Titus 1:7 (qual of bishop, head of CHURCH) "not given to wine!" Explain!
It was "a figure of the times" as tea is today! Causes "disorder,"may "offend!"
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