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Bread and wine - a Christian perspective
At the Last Supper, Jesus shared bread and wine with his disciples, presenting them as symbols of the sacrifice he was about to make on the cross.

Wine in the Bible: John 2:1-11
In this passage, we read about one of Jesus' miracles: changing water into wine at a wedding party. It seems a minor miracle compared to raising the dead or healing the sick, but it's further evidence that Jesus has dominion over all things, great and small.

This is my blood - a Christian perspective
The practice of communion has its beginning in the Last Supper, when Jesus pointed to a cup of wine as a symbol of the blood he would soon shed on his disciples' behalf.

Wineskins in the Bible - a Christian perspective
We wouldn't pour fine wine into an old, crumbling wineskin--we'd pour it into a brand new one. In the same way, God's children are transformed to become suitable servants of the Holy Spirit.

Communion in the Bible: 1 Corinthians 10:16-17
The Christian practice of communion is a commemoration of Jesus' Last Supper, where he shared bread and wine and used them as vivid illustrations of the sacrifice he was about to make. Today at communion services, Christians around the world drink wine and eat bread to remember Christ's blood and body, sacrificed for us on the cross.

Grapes in the Bible - a Christian perspective
God tells the Israelites through Isaiah that they will no longer have to give up their new wine made from their grapes to their enemies. He says that their grain will be theirs from now on.

Drunk in the Bible: Ephesians 5:18
The Bible makes it plain that drunkenness is inappropriate, and not the sort of activity we're meant to pursue with our bodies. Instead of losing ourselves in worldly pursuits, we are to focus on God.

Jesus Changes Water into Wine
Read John 2:1-11 from the Bible.