There are diversities of gifts, but the same spirit.
There are differences of ministries, but the same Lord.
And there are diversities of activities, but it is the same God who works all in all.
But the manifestation of the spirit is given to each one for the profit of all:
For to one is given the word of wisdom through the spirit, to another the word of knowledge through the same spirit, to another faith through the spirit, to another gift of healing's by the same spirit, to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another discerning of spirits, to another different kind of tongues.
But one of the same Spirit works all these things, distributing to each one individually as he will.
1 Corinthians 12 : 4
Published on 15 Apr 2014
Originally documented by the historian Valleus, this report was collected by Mahan in his 1913 publication, Archko Volume. It is Pilate's official report to Tiberius Caesar recounting his actions before and during the arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The details of the aftermath in Jerusalem are full of the humanity of the reporter, with Pilate almost admitting, "Truly, this was the Son of God.".
The Last Supper
The Last Supper: The History of the Event
The Last Supper was held on the evening of preparation for the Jewish Passover, a very holy time for the Jewish nation in remembrance of when God spared the Jews from the plague of death on every firstborn child in Egypt. Jesus arranged the dinner purposely by instructing His disciples where to host it. His twelve disciples were with Him during and after the meal. It is here that Jesus makes the prediction that Peter will deny knowing Him three times before the rooster crows that morning, which became true. Jesus also predicts that one disciple, Judas Iscariot, will betray Him, which also became true. The Last Supper was a gathering for Christ to fellowship with His disciples one last time prior to His arrest and crucifixion.
After the Last Supper, Jesus Christ wilfully and obediently allowed himself to be brutally sacrificed on a wooden cross. He did this to reconcile each of us to God by paying the debt of our sins, which we could never do on our own power. In return, Jesus makes a simple request, remember this act of love He performed on our behalf. Jesus Christ did not have to die for us. He did, however, because He values every life on earth and wants to see each of us sitting at His dining table someday in heaven. Throughout the Bible, and throughout history, the truth of Christ's message has been established - that we can join Jesus in heaven by acknowledging His sacrifice and accepting Him into our life. In addition, we can apply the lessons Jesus taught at the Last Supper to live a faithful life while here on earth by serving others in love. The bread is a symbol of the body of Jesus, never to be forgotten as it was given to us. The cup represents the blood of Jesus, never to be forgotten as he poured out His life for us. Jesus Christ has offered everybody the gift of His life, death and resurrection. The Last Supper reminds us of Christ's sacrifice, and that by faith in Him, we can dine with Christ for all eternity.