The Last Supper refers to the last meal that Jesus Christ shared with his disciples before his betrayal by Judas later that night and his crucifixion the next day. It is also famous because it was at the Last Supper… Full Answer
This was categorized under 'The Last Supper', so I'm going to conclude that you were referring to that. The Last Supper was not bad, however what proceeded the day after and what the Last Supper stood for is rather grotesque… Full Answer
There were 13 people counting Jesus at the last supper. They all came to know who would betray Jesus Christ.. The bread and wine , the body and blood of Jesus christ would be shed for all mankind. People today… Full Answer
Jesus fulfilled the Passover as was given to Moses as an example of His coming. For some Christians, Passover is a memorial of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, "our Passover" which made possible the forgiveness of our sins.
During the might of the last supper held on Thursday night in the upper room there was a total of thirteen people, who took part in the supper. It included Jesus Christ and there were 12 disciples as well.
In the synoptic gospels, the Last Supper was on the day of the Jewish Passover feast, so we can say that Jesus and the disciples were partaking of the Passover feast. In John's Gospel, the crucifixion was on the day… Full Answer
Though the phrase 'Last Supper' is not mentioned in the Bible, many believe Jesus and His Apostles shared this final meal together before the Friday execution. It is thought to be on a Thursday and is also called the 'Lord's… Full Answer