By: Elena Ocasio, Ernesto Hernandez, Juliana Ramirez, and Lili Wood
God promises a new covenant between the people of Israel and Judea where he promises to be their God forever.
"I will be your God forever"
The basic prcedure of the Passover consists of two regulations. The first regulation is several hours of fasting beginning at around 3p.m. The second regulation is drinking from the four cups of wine. The four cups of wine are the cup of sanctification, the cup of proclamation, the cup of blessing, and the cup of praise. The first cup symbolizes salvation from harsh labor, the second cup means salvation from servitude, the thir cup symbolizes the splitting of the sea, and the fourth cup symbolizes becoming a nation
This is the Last Supper where Jesus institues His body and blood; and the significance is that Jesus indicates that He would be the Lamb who takes away the sins of the world.
This is when Jesus brings Peter, James, and John to go pray with him in the garden. As he goes on further into this garden he begs God to take this burden from Him. This is significant because he is showing his human nature, while still being submissive to God's will by doing what God asks him to do
This is when Jesus is dying on the cross and this is significant because He submitted to God's will and completed the promise that a Messiah will come down and save us from sin. Also it is because of this that we are saved from our sins.
In this passage Paul calls Jesus the passover lamb; Jesus established that the wine starts eating in the meal. So when we turn the wine to the blood in the Sacrament of the Eucharist, we are starting the meal that we are about to take in the Sacrament in the Eucharist. So Jesus sacrifice, the blood that he shed, starts the savlation for our sins which help us feed our souls with grace.