The original menorah was of gold and stood in the Jewish Temple, as
commanded in Exodus ch.25. It burned olive oil.
For the last 2200 years, another type of menorah is the ones that
are lit during Hanukkah.
For most Jews, the centerpiece of Hanukkah is the Hanukkah-menorah,
a nine-branched candela…
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In Luke 22 Judas Betrays Jesus before the last supper.
Durer did more than one image of the Last Supper, and at least one of them has 12 apostles in it. I think that I found the one you mean... a horizontal version that seems to be a picture of after Judas Iscariot left the meal.
According to the account at Matthew 26:17-19, we find that the disciples themselves did not select the room. Jesus did. He gave them instructions on where to go to make everything ready for this event.
The last supper is a story about the life of Christ as told in the Gospels. The Last supper was a meeting with Christ & his disciples on the evening before he was taken into custody and crucified in Jerusalem.The Painting of the last supper is a late 15th century painting by Leonardo Davinci don…
Officially, it would be October 2011. Unofficially, Jan. 2012.
The reference to a thousand years being as one day with the Lord is in 2 Peter 3:8 and in context refers to the last days. This reference is highlighting how short human perspective of time is compared to God's perspective or all of time. Time and terms for time have similar meanings in Genesis wh…
Leonardo da Vinci painted the most famous one. There are hundreds of of others.
The Last Supper took place on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem, Israel.
The menorah is a religious symbol in Judaism. The original
7-branched menorah was placed in the Temple (Exodus ch.25) and its
flames burned every night. In many modern synagogues, a single
flame (usually electric) represents the ancient menorah.
It symbolizes G-d's eternal presence among the people…
Short Answer No, you've been reading too many novels by Dan Brown.
Simon's job was a political activists as well as Judas they wanted 2 overthrow the roman government from the research i have done though it is not not exactly proven.4 the bible onyl speaks for sure of Simon-Peter, Andrew,James and John as being fishermen..and Matthew a tax collector..The others are…
He was hanged to death.
His ministry was approximately three years.
A:Christians do believe that Jesus died for our sins, to save us, but this is a matter of faith. My answer is no, on several good grounds. Of course, we all die and if there really was a Jesus of Nazareth, he was certain to die. According to the gospels, the death of Jesus was different because he w…
The number at the Last Supper is generally accepted to be 13: Jesus and His 12 apostles, but it is possible that there were more: Jesus had 12 apostles, that is closest followers; inner circle. He had at least 70 disciples (Luke 10:1) and probably very many more than that. Remember that when the 1…
Revelation ch 22 v 7 - "Behold i am coming soon! Blessed is he that keeps the words of the prophecy in this book."2 Peter ch 3 v1,18Answer:With God, one day is "... as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day..."In this regard... from the time Jesus walked the earth in the flesh until now..…
It has if there are only eleven apostles with Jesus and they are all reclining at the table like the bible says. (Luke 22:14; John 13:12)
In Luke 22:21 Jesus says the the traitor is present at the table.
John 13:12 says nothing about this, but in John 13:26 Jesus gives a piece…
The Last Supper refers to the gathering of Jesus and his disciples just before he was arrested and taken to Pontius Pilot for sentencing. There are many paintings of the event with Jesus seated at a long table with the disciples seated on either side. This was the dinner where he told them to drink …
This one is a bit tricky. We know handful of things about it: 1.) Jesus died on the Friday during Passover. This is a set time on the Jewish calendar. However, the Jewish calendar doesn't directly correspond to the Gregorian calendar (what we use in the west), so the actual date varies by year. 2.…
Answer: On the web several firms are advertizing prints by 'Brunozetti'. However nowhere is any information about this painter to be found. One print, different from most of the ones for sale, is examined closer, and it is a paraphrase on Leonardo's last supper. This rules out the possibility of a p…
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fish, wine and meat more information: People in 1st Century Palestine ate a wide variety of both local and imported foods. Among others, the following were very common: olives, dates, figs, pomegranates and other fruit; vegetables; lamb, mutton, goats, poultry and other meats; fish of many kinds; br…
No, all the Gospel accounts tell us that Jesus sat down with the
twelve disciples. There is no evidence to suggest that any one else
You get somewhat of a clue when Jesus gives the disciples communion. They had wine and unleavened bread (without yeast). As this was a Passover Seder meal observance, the following would have been served, as a minimum: Matzah - unleavened bread. Wine Maror and Chazeret - two sorts of var…
34 AD The actual year is 30 A.D. Because a full moon has to occur on a Friday. By tracking the full moon the only dates for a Friday full moon are in 28 & 30 A.D. Then the next time full moon on a Friday is not until 35 A.D. We know from Gospels that Jesus was around 33-1/2 years old at the time…
In the popular paintings of this religious event, Jesus Christ is in the middle amongst 11 disciples. In actuality, Judas was not present after betraying Jesus, so two figures at the table would have had to share the middle spot since there were exactly 12 figures on that night in history.
Because his employer requested he do so. Leonardo worked for Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, for nearly eighteen years (1482-99). The Duke decided he wanted this particular religious scene painted and Leonardo, who was not stupid, decided painting it made perfect financial sense.
I ran across mine at Goodwill for $1.99. It is stamped 1946 Multi
Prod Inc. Check your local thrift stores or on Ebay.
Is the Supper True?
That is not an answer!
The Bible says at John 13:21-30, Jesus told his disciples that Judas Iscariot would would be his betrayer, and Judas left the room before Jesus and the 11 faithful partook of the Bread and Wine that represented Jesus' blood and body. Because of the defection of Judas Iscariot, who died unf…
According to Christian tradition, the Last Supper took place on Maundy Thursday, the Thursday before Easter Sunday.
Quick reference;8:6 This they said, tempting him, that they
might have to accuse him. But Jesus stooped down, and with his
finger wrote on the ground, as though he heard them not.
see Jeremiah 17:13 O Jehovah, the hope of Israel, all that forsake
thee shall be put to shame. They that depart from m…
Acts.15  "That ye abstain from meats offered to idols*, and from blood, and from things strangled, and from fornication: from which if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do well. Fare ye well." (KJV)
This is a quote/extract from an official letter (verses 23-29) written by the apostles and elders i…
It is generally agreed that Cleopatra's death was caused by some type of poison. Forget the tale of her being bitten by a snake. That's pure myth that was allowed to spread for political purposes.
Jesus and the 12 disciples
No, it is not, if you mean the one by Leonardo. There are several hundred others..
It symbolizes the miracle of the oil in the menorah of the Temple.
Nothing is really known about this artist. He may have been an engraver from the late 18th or early 19th century. The only piece that comes up with his name is a drawing of the Last Supper.
where a consequence must be proved, prosecution will have to show that the defendants conduct was both the factual and the legal cause of death.legal cause: the defendant's conduct must be more than a 'minimal' cause of death but it need not be a substantial cause.
If you mean in terms of natural descent then there never were any decendants since Jesus never married or had any children. He came as a savior and to die for the sins of the world and then to return to heaven before He comes as judge. It would have been most inconsiderate of Him to take a wife and …
only if it was not treated. some people slice their tongue for religious reasons, and other may do it for a fashion statement but have ways to help it heal. however, if your tongue was cut off and you had no medical attention, you could bleed to death.
it took Leonardo 5 years to paint the last supper Answer 2 From 1495 till 1497 = 2 years.
For many people, Friday night is the best part of the week. There are so many fun things you can do, and you probably don't have to wake up and go to school or work in the morning. Activities for young people:Hang out with your parents/friends/siblingsPlay computer or video gamesPlay board gamesMake…
God's will for Jesus is like it is for us as Christians, timing. Jesus was completely tuned into the Father's will so he didn't want certain things said until the proper time, at and after Pentecost when the disciples would be telling everything about him. We need to be tuned into God's timing as we…
1. The Lord's Supper is a joint participation among disciples and
between disciples and Jesus (Mt. 26:29; 1 Cor. 10:16-17; 11:27-33).
The Lord's Supper is observed to "proclaim the Lord's death until
he comes" (1 Cor. 11:26).
2. Jesus mentioned "the day that" he would drink the fruit of the
It is in the Santa Maria delle Grazie abbey in Milan, Italy. It is painted directly on the wall opposite of where the monks sit for their meals.
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The art in the movie was done by Stefanie Schneider
"And, being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem, but wait for the promise of the Father, which, saith he, ye have heard of me. For John truly baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days…
The 'Last Supper' is a fresco depicting Jesus with his disciples as they partake of the meal before passover as described in the Bible book of Luke. This most famous image was painted by Leonardo da Vinci. The subject of the Last Supper has been painted by many other artists.Answer:As Luke reveals, …
Jesus washed the disciples feet. This was considered the job of a servant, and Jesus used it as an example of humility and how the disciples were to behave.
Christians don't celebrate the Last Supper. Jesus had the Last Supper with his disciples before He went to the cross. What we celebrate is known as the Lord's Supper. The reason the celebration of the Lord's Supper is significant to Christians is that Jesus told us to celebrate it to remember his sa…
Matthew21:28-32, Luke 15:11-32.
It depends upon the English version in use. Here is the New King
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1 Samuel (2)
2 Samuel (2)
1 Kings (2)
2 Chronicles (1)
i have the orignal brunozetti last supper painting, and i would like to know the value of it. the date on it is 1836. I also have an oil painting of Brunozetti's "last supper" that was my great grandmothers. it hung in the living room of my grandmother's home in Italy and then was passed down to my…
The Lord's Supper, Holy Communion, Holy Eucharist.
Leonardo da Vinci painted 'The Last Supper' on the back wall of the dining hall of the Domican convent of St Maria delle Grazie in Italy. . .
Matthew 26: 21: And as they did eat, he said, Verily I say unto you, that one of you shall betray me. 22And they were exceeding sorrowful, and began every one of them to say unto him, Lord, is it I? 23And he answered and said, He that dippeth his hand with me in the dish, the same shall betray me…
The Last Supper (otherwise known as The Passover), Jesus changed the way the Passover is to be observed, the most obvious is in what is called The Communion - the ceremony of eating the portion of unleavened bread and drinking the wine that remembers Jesus' sacrifice. He is the Lamb to which a milli…
They were celebrating the Passover.
All authorities agree it was between 29 and 33AD. The traditional date is 33AD, but more-up-to-date and biblically-impartial scholarship taking into account (i) the Passover dates (ii) that there were two sabbaths that week (not just 1) and (iii) Daniel's 70-weeks prophecy seem to put it at 32AD or …
From left to right:BartholomewJames 'the Lesser' (aka James of Alphaeus)Andrew (Simon Peter's brother)Judas IscariotPeter (aka Simon Peter)John/Mary (John 'Boanerges'/possibly Mary Magdalene)JesusThomas (aka Thomas Didymus; Didymus Thomas; Judas Didymus Thomas; Jude Thomas)James 'the Great' (James '…
Yes, it is primarily the remembrance of the Last Supper Jesus had with his disciples prior to his crucifixion. Significantly, it was here that Christ instituted the Eucharist ( also called the Lord's Supper, Lord's Table, or Holy Communion.) Christ's prayers, betrayal, and arrest in the Garden of Ge…
The same people that killed him.
The same people who carried out the execution, namely the Romans, would have had authority over the body. This explains why it was necessary to go to Pilate to obtain the body. According to the New Testament accounts it was Joseph of Arimathea, a follower of Jes…
Unleavened bread was used. =)
The Last Supper was what Jesus Himself celebrated with His disciples shortly before His death. What Christians celebrate is known as "the Lord's Supper" or "communion." How Jehovah's Witnesses celebrate itWe celebrate, or hold a memorial of Jesus "last supper," or "Lord's evening meal," once a year …
"The Last Supper" is a proper title in English for the event where Jesus celebrated the Pasch and inaugurated the New Law in the presence of his disciples on the eve of His death. Other Catholic titles for this event include "The Lord's Supper" "Cena Domini" "The First Mass" "Holy Thursday"
There are quite a number of subjects discussed in the various records passed down to us in the Gospels about the last supper. The Gospel of John, for example, devotes all of chapters 13 through 17 to it. Broadly speaking, there are a number of different things discussed. 1. The supper itself and i…
Nobody really "made" Jesus, per se. It's can be confusing, but I will do my best to explain. God the Father, God the Son (Jesus), and God the Holy Spirit are all one. I like to compare it to water. There is solid water (ice), liquid water, and snow. These forms of water look different, and yet they…
On these days, Jesus was arrested, beaten and given the death
sentence even though he did not wrong. He was later crucified.
1 Corinthians 11:17-22 (King James Version)
17Now in this that I declare unto you I praise you not, that ye come together not for the better, but for the worse.
18For first of all, when ye come together in the church, I hear that there be divisions among you; and I partly believe it.
It was the traditional Jewish Passover meal which is held on Nissan 13 each year.
The Last Supper was the last Passover meal that Jesus shared with
His disciples before He was betrayed and crucified. Some have dated
this event to Tuesday evening (days in Israel begin and end at
sunset), 25 April 31 AD. He was crucified around 6 AM and died at 3
PM. He was buried shortly before su…
The Last Supper or Communion is supposed to be observed as a Memorial to our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Himself instructed his disciples to do this "in remembrance of Me". You can find this quote in the book of Luke , Chapter 22, verse 19. I must note that observing the Lords Supper is serious busines…
Some religions try to read more into the Lord's Supper than is in
the scriptures. Jesus said to his disciples "do this in memory of
Paul also tells the Corinthian Church that he - Paul - received the
same instructions from the Lord:
1Co 11:24 and when He had given thanks, He broke it and sai…
Matthew 10:2-4 "2Now the names of the twelve apostles are these: The first, Simon, who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother; and James the son of Zebedee, and John his brother; 3Philip and Bartholomew; Thomas and Matthew the tax collector; James the son of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus;4Simon the Zealo…
Brunozetti is an artist with little information known about him.
One piece of artwork that he is credited for making is The Last
Leonardo Da Vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci
The word "praise" is in the King James Version of the Bible 248 times. It is in 216 verses. Please see the related link below.
If you view the New Covenant as a legal document proposing a law then that law has to take effect from a certain date. Jesus did this when He said at the Last Supper "this cup which is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood." (Luke Ch.22) So the New Covenant came into effect wh…
The Last Supper took place during the feast of Passover. No special Hymns were sung to commemorate the Last supper itself. The hymns were most likely traditional Jewish passover hymns.
Jesus said he did not come to abolish the law and the prophets but to fulfill them. This is exactly what the Last Supper is about. Instead of the meal celebrating the passover lamb being sacrificed and consumed the Last Supper celebrated the sacrifice and consumption of he Lamb of God. The New Co…
The Last Supper
Christ told his disciples to eat his symbolic body in the form of bread and to drink his symbolic blood in the form of wine as a remembrance. Paul told the disciples to examine themselves so that they do not eat and drink of the bread and wine unworthily; they will bring damnation to themselves if t…
Jesus said to his disciples - as they took the "last supper" - "do
this in memory of me."
Paul also tells the Corinthian Church that he - Paul - received the
same instructions from the Lord:
1Co 11:24 and when He had given thanks, He broke it and said,
"Take, eat; this is My body which is broken…
death from asphyxiation. However, it is mentioned that a Roman
soldier put a sharp spear through Jesus side. It is felt that this
was to speed up the death and reduce teh sufering
last supper is history but the popular picture is nothing to do with the real insident.
It isquite misunderstanding when we look at Deviance picture,
1. It is just an imagination.
2. It is not true because Jesus is not a hypocrite, while the bible teaches long hair for man is a shame for man, Jesu…
The Upper Room
At the last supper, there was Bread and Wine.
The correct date is disputed, but it was the Friday after the passover.
left side of Jesus/Peter, Andrew, Thaddeus, Simon, Matthew, Philipright side of Jesus/John, James the Great, James the Less, Bartholomew, Thomas and Judas Iscariot
The main event which took place on the Mount of Olives was on the night before Jesus was crucified, when He wept over Jerusalem. See Luke Chapter 22
It also was the location of Jesus' sermon known as the Olivet Discourse, which is found in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21.
None! It was the meaning which was given clarity which after the
death, burial, and resurrection was given this fulfillment and new
In Jerusalem on the hill called "Golgotha" meaning "skull"
no, Jesus was there with his 12 disciples. Read the Bible for questions like this. It answers many questions. Yes, she was; this answer is wrong. Jesus told his disciples to follow a man with a pitcher of water to ask where he could eat the Passover with his disciples. His disciples included Mary Ma…
The unleavened bread eaten by the Jews during Passover is called Matza or Matzo; it is made of only flour and water. I am assuming that Our Blessed Lord used the same, as that is what our Hosts are made out of now.