Jesus is the author of the Sacraments, their dispenser and the cause of their efficacy. He, however, is not properly a sacrament Himself, for a sacrament is a visible sign meant to confer grace when validly administered.
The phrase, "Jesus is the first sacrament" may refer to Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, for He is there truly present, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity. The Holy Eucharist is not the first sacrament received, however, it is first among the others in its sublime excellence, for in it we really receive God and are in His Divine Presence. The Holy Eucharist also carries with it incredible graces.
In the sacrament of communion the bread represents Jesus' body and the wine represents Jesus' blood
The sacrament of the Eucharist.
Orders: the sacrament of Ordination.
First answer:Jesus didn't institute any sacrament, nor is that word found in the Bible.Another answer:The answer you are looking for is the Eucharist.
If you mean the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, then it was on the night Jesus was betrayed as He and the disciples celebrated the Passover feast.
the Church is the fundamental sacrament of Jesus because it is the symbol or the visible presence of God's will to humanity.
Confirmation is the sacrament that makes one a soldier of Jesus. This confirms that one will defend the preaching of Jesus and GOD his father according the bible.
The sacrament of confirmation