The commandment: “this doe in remembrance of me” (Luke 22:19),
will be set to recall the death and suffering of Jesus Christ. There is no
mistake here, to put it in the prophetic language of Scripture, first
death, then the committal with the rich in his death (Is.53:9), then the
resurrection to raise up the first sheaf of the harvest and then the
“¶ Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise him”
Scripture divides His death, “to bruise him” and the subsequent
torment. Foretelling the day of salvation (Is.49:8), Prophets talked about
the future Millennium. And the Spirit of Christ in them, testified
beforehand of the sufferings meant for Christ and the glory that should
“Of which saluation the Prophets haue inquired, and searched diligently,
who prophesied of the grace that should come vnto you,
Searching what, or what maner of time the Spirit of Christ which was in
them did signifie, when it testified beforehand the suffrings of Christ,
and the glory that should follow”
Here “the suffrings of Christ” are not at all associated with His
death, which means, besides the sufferings of the cross, there are other
sufferings, who are incomparable in their duration with sufferings on the
cross, as if to compare years and hours.
At the supper in the upper room Jesus said to his disciples: “With
desire I haue desired to eate this Passeouer with you before I suffer.”
(Luke 22:15). In this verse the Scripture prophetically speaks not of the
sufferings of Jesus on the cross, but of the sufferings that will begin in
the heavenly Tabernacle. The glory that should follow is receiving of His
great power by Him and His enthronement.
The commandment: “this doe in remembrance of me” (Luke.22:19),
will be established not only for the remembrance of death and suffering
Jesus Christ, but also “discerning the Lords body”, about the
sufferings of the Church of the firstborn. See how many characters in the
Word of God, pointing to the Church of the firstborn, its rapture and
service in the Tabernacle of heaven: the first sheaf of the harvest, the
feast unleavened bread, offering bread, breaking bread. Why does Scripture
denote a meal in the heavenly Tabernacle with the phrase “the
disciples came together to breake bread”?
“And vpon the first day of the weeke, when the disciples came together to
breake bread, Paul preached vnto them, ready to depart on the morrow, and
continued his speach vntill midnight.
And there were many lights in the vpper chamber where they were gathered
These verses prophetically tell us about the rapture of the Church of the
firstborn and the meeting in the heavenly upper chamber. In verse seven
there is a double prophetic meaning. Indeed, on the eve of the service in
the Tabernacle of heaven, on the first day there will be a supper, it is
called breaking bread. This is its first prophetic meaning. Second, “Paul
and the disciples” will gather for sacrificial service in the Tabernacle
of heaven, in order to destroy the barrier between God and human.
Therefore, here is used the word that reflects feature this ministry, that
is the word “to break”. Although, for example, it would be easier to say
that they gathered for a meal. Scripture with the help of one phrase
manages to mark the meal in the Tabernacle, and name the ultimate goal of
the ministry. Broken bread will symbolize a torn veil that currently
divides God and human.
“Hauing therefore, brethren, boldnesse to enter into the Holiest by the
blood of Iesus,
By a new and liuing way which hee hath consecrated for vs, through the
vaile, that is to say, His flesh”
The Church of the firstborn, by analogy with the human body, is the torso.
The Tabernacle in its form resembles the head and torso too. This is body,
which, as yet, has no limbs. Scripture says: “which is the head, euen
Christ” (Eph.4:15) from whom “the whole body” (Eph.4:16)
“maketh increase” (Eph.4:16). The Church, as the Body of Christ, will
begin to make increase only after the resurrection of the Church of the
firstborn and beginning of its service. The order of the “increment” of
the Body of the Lord is as follows: “torso”, “limbs”, “fingers”. About
this is stated in detail in the work: “The Temple of His Body.”
All Christian denominations unanimously claim that the Lord’s Supper,
(breaking of bread, Communion, Eucharist, Mass) is remembrance of Christ’s
sufferings, considering Calvary as apogee of His ministry. But Calvary is
only the first principles of the Oracles of God, ahead of him waiting for
the “Gethsemane”, the judgment of “Pilate” and “the pains of death”. And
this means that the commandment “this doe in remembrance of me”,
refers to the future Millennium. It will be established by the Lord Jesus
Christ at the moment the conclusion of the New Testament with Israel, when
His ministry in the Tabernacle of heaven is in the past. And in general,
the New Covenant is an agreement the Lord Jesus Christ with the people of
“Behold, the days come (saith the Lord) when I will make a new covenant
with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah”
The ceremonial Law of the Old Testament did not require prophetic
understanding from Israel, because the mystery of Christ “was not made
knowen vnto the sonnes of men” (Eph.3:4,5). But now the dispensation
of the mystery “which from the beginning of the world, hath bene hid
in God” (Eph.3:9) will be proclaimed through the revelation of the
Lord Jesus Christ to Israel. The people of Israel, not former Gentiles,
will be taught a revelation, because Israel, as called to be an Apostle,
“to whom perteineth the adoption, and the glory, and the couenants, and
the giuing of the Law, and the seruice of God, and the promises” (Rom.
9:4) will be separated unto the Gospel of God (Rom.1:1).
Israel, as called to be an Apostle, “to whom perteineth the adoption,
and the glory, and the couenants, and the giuing of the Law, and the
seruice of God, and the promises” (Rom. 9:4)
The people of Israel, by the Lord Jesus Christ, will receive “grace
and Apostleship for obedience to the faith among all nations for his Name”
(Rom.1:5). Scripture says: WE, the people of Israel, according to
the New Covenant, have received grace and Apostleship.
“By whom we haue receiued grace and Apostleship for obedience to the faith
among all nations for his Name”
Believers from the Gentiles will be joining the New Covenant throughout
the Millennium. And they will not be “aliens from the common wealth of
Israel, and strangers from the couenants of promise” (Eph.2:12).
This “shall be one fold”. Because the oath commitment, that
Israel will give to the Lord, will be given on behalf of the former
Scripture prophetically says on behalf of the Lord:
“Neither with you onely doe I make this couenant and this othe:
But with him that standeth here with vs this day before the Lord our God,
and also with him that is not here with vs this day”
Believers among the Gentiles, along with Israel, will be the light of the
world, the salt of the earth. They, as Scripture says, there will be
“one fold, and one shepheard” (John.10:16).
Therefore, the Lord’s Supper, water baptism, spiritual gifts, unfamiliar
tongues, the laying on of hands, tithe, the Sabbath, preaching the Gospel
of the Kingdom all these relate to the future Millennium “from the
In the future Millennium there will not make sacrifices. And the Passover
of the Lord will not be performing, because an offering for sin will be
accepted by God. Passover service will be fulfilled.
“For by one offering hee hath perfected for euer them that are
However, it will be necessary to have visual objects symbolizing the death
and suffering of Jesus Christ, the suffering of the Church of the
firstborn, as well as the subsequent Victory. And this function will be
performed by the Lord’s Supper, up to His third coming. Scripture,
prophetically, says with the words of Paul on behalf of Israel to former
“For I haue receiued of the Lord that which also I deliuered vnto you”
Israel will have received of the Lord the commandment, in which the cup
with grape juice, “the pure blood of the grape” (Deut.32:14),
will symbolize His Blood. The phrase, “I will not drinke henceforth of
this fruite of the vine” indicates concrete fruit of the grapes,
which He took and “pressed them into Pharaohs cup” (Gen.40:9-11).
Bread, in the new commandment, will symbolize His body, which is the
Church of the firstborn.
The cup and the bread in the future commandment will point to three major
events that characterize the way of Jesus Christ: His death, His ministry
and His Victory. Just as three feasts of the ceremonial law characterize
His way: The Lord’s Passover, the feast of unleavened bread and the
feast of weeks. Therefore, the preaching of the Gospel and the Lord's
Supper will complement each other in the future Millennium. The preaching
of the Gospel will cover the whole way of the Lord, and the Lord's Supper
will perform the same function, only visually.
For this reason, it will be necessary TO SHOW the death of the Lord (1
Corinthians 11:26), TO DISCERN the Lord’s Body (1 Corinthians 11:29), TO
REMEMBER the New Testament in His Blood and TO WAIT His coming.
The Lord’s Supper will symbolize:
1. the body
and blood of Jesus -- in the ceremonial Law it is the Passover of the
2. a meal in
the Tabernacle of heaven before serving in it -- in ceremonial Law it is
the feast of unleavened bread.
removal of the obstacle between God and human and the enter into the New
Testament -- in ceremonial Law it is the feast of the weeks.
The rend bread, as well as a torn vail, will symbolize the removal of the
obstacle between God and human. In verse (Heb.10: 20) the veil is compared
to the flesh of Christ. Therefore, there will be determined the order of
eating the Lord's Supper: firstly, to break and eat bread, and then to
drink from the cup (1Cor.11:23-29).
Wine and bread are the same symbols as the objects in the first section of
the Tabernacle. What did the candlestick look in the Tabernacle? A Lamb as
it had been slain, had “seuen hornes and seuen eyes” (Rev.5:6).
The candlestick in the Tabernacle had seven horns too, six branches and
stem. And seven eyes, these are seven lamps. And in form it looked like a
cup, and was located opposite the table with the bread of the offer.
The candlestick points us to Christ, and the cup -- to His Blood, with
which He will enter the sanctuary and acquire eternal redemption
(Heb.9:12). The twelve apostles at the supper in the upper room point out
to us the Church of the firstborn in the heavenly Tabernacle, and the
twelve cakes of the Tabernacle (Lev.24:5) point out to their sacrificial
service. So, the Table with the Shewbread and the Candlestick which is
opposite, point us to the Church of the Firstborn and Christ. Of course,
the Heavenly Tabernacle will not have of these items.
In verse (Heb.9:2) the Scripture makes a curious enumeration of the items
of the first Tabernacle.
“For there was a Tabernacle made, the first, wherein was the Candlesticke,
and the Table, and the Shewbread, which is called the Sanctuarie”
Scripture lists to us: was the Candlesticke, and the Table, and the
Shewbread. But prophetically, this is a picture of the Lord’s Supper
in the heavenly upper room. Scripture disposes Christ and His Church of
the firstborn around the meal. Verse (Luke.22:14) says the same thing
“And when the houre was come, he sate downe, and the twelue Apostles with
The journey of the people of Israel in the wilderness, for 40 years,
prophetically shows us the future Millennium. In the following verses, the
Scripture by the words of Paul speaks on behalf of Israel to the
Christians of the Millennium:
“Moreouer brethren, I would not that yee should be ignorant, how that all
our fathers were vnder the cloud, and all passed thorow the Sea:
And were all baptized vnto Moyses in the cloud, and in the sea:
And did all eat the same spirituall meat:
And did all drinke the same spirituall drinke: (for they dranke of that
spirituall Rocke that followed them: and that Rocke was Christ)
But with many of them God was not well pleased: for they were ouerthrowen
in the wildernesse.”
In the future Millennium, people will participate in the Lord’s Supper,
they will be baptized in the name of the Father and the Son and
the holy Ghost, “But with many of them God was not well pleased: for
they”, Scripture says prophetically, will be overthrown “in the
wildernesse” (1Cor.10:5). So as not many of them will wait “passing
“I will therefore put you in remembrance, though ye once knew this, how
that the Lord hauing saued the people out of the land of Egypt afterward
destroied them that beleeued not.”
So, by his own blood Christ did not enter into the Holy place (Heb.9:12);
in the prophetic language of Scripture, the shedding of the Blood of Jesus
Christ was not yet. The sacrifice of a propitiation is not accepted by God
(Rom.3:25), in other words, the Passover did not happen (Luke 22:15,16).
It means the eternal redemption by Jesus Christ is not acquired yet
(Heb.9:12). This suggests that the New Testament is not could be
established at all with anyone yet. To spread in our time, the Gospel of
victory, which is not yet, it means to be champion of untruth.