Friday, November 1, 2013

Cup and Bread

The cup is called a chalice after the Latin word for “cup”. The bread is referred to as the host after the Latin word for “victim” as a remembrance that Christ gave himself for us. The cup and bread together are a reminder of the Lord’s supper. At the Supper, Jesus said that when we eat the bread and drink the wine in his Name he is present with us. Jesus is always present with us and always giving himself to us.
“For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes.”
1 Corinthians 11:26

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Kelchund Brot

Der Hostienkelch wird auch “Chalice” genanntnach dem lateinischen Wort für "Tasse". Das Brot wird als Hostbezeichnet nach dem lateinischen Wort für "Opfer" als Erinnerung,dass Christus sich selbst für uns gegeben hat. Der Kelch und Brot zusammen sindeine Erinnerung an das Abendmahl. Jesus sagte, wenn wir in seinem Namen von demBrot essen und den Wein trinken wird er mit uns sein. Jesus ist immer präsent und gibt sich immer für uns.
"Dennso oft ihr von diesem Brot esst und aus dem Kelch trinkt, verkündet ihr den Toddes Herrn, bis er kommt." (1. Korinther 11,26)
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And here is the PDF "Cup and Bread" for you to download.
Please do not sell the patterns or the ornaments. If you give them as gifts, please always include the explanation of the symbol.
I would love to hear from all who are using my patterns. It would be nice to know that my efforts are not in vain. You find my email address on the pattern if you have any question about it. Happy to help.
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updated05/06/2015:
I am also alacemaker and am working on what I have dreamed about for quite sometime:
the Chrismons in Lace Series.

This is a design by Brigitte Bellon.She is incredible generous and allowed me to share her pattern herewith you for your own personal use PDF"Cup and Bread"





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