February 14, 2018
Blessing and Impartation of Wine.
“The Cup that he Blessed!”
It has been more than four hours since the commencement of the sublime gathering of August 14, 2018, and the church remains strong in spirit, regardless of fatigue built over time. The culminating moment of the solemn feast of the Church of the Lord has arrived. The bread has been imparted to more than 500,000 faithful brethren who gathered in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, and the formation of perfect communion with the Lord is reaching its peak. After Apostle of Jesus Christ Naason Joaquin Garcia notified the bread had been imparted to all his People, he raised the cup to the heavens.
The cup of blessing, which only an authentic Apostle of Jesus Christ can bless, represents the blood of the Eternal Lamb, which was shed for the sins of those who would believe in Him by the word of His Apostle in these times. A necessary sacrifice to discard the old covenant and make a new covenant of grace for humanity (Hebrews 9:15).
As the Apostle of Jesus Christ raised his voice, the church glorified and kneeled to accompany His holy Anointed as he prayed, “After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, this cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me” (1 Corinthians 11:25). The People of God emitted a thundering roar, a cry that recalled the painful sacrifice of the Son of God.
After having blessed the cup, the Apostle of Jesus Christ called the E.P. Bartolo Rojo saying, “Take this cup to the brothers in Bethel,” and likewise he sent a brother to the Maestro Aaron Joaquin temple. The Church bid farewell to the brothers who carried in their hands that which represents the blood of the new covenant. The fruit of the vine, of which is necessary for each brother to drink, takes more time to impart than the bread, but the Church waits with great reverence for that glorious moment. When the cup reaches a brother’s lips, each brother manifests in his prayer worship, gratitude, and spiritual communion with the Lord.
When God’s People finished partaking of the wine, the Apostle of God invited the Ministerial Corps, who, until that time, had been serving the Beloved Bride of the Lamb, to also partake of the Lord’s Supper. He called upon his comrades and invited them to come before the Church, and after appointing several ministers, the Church accompanied the Ministerial Corps in prayer as they partook of the bread and wine.