And as they were eating Jesus took blessed bread, broke, gave to the disciples and said,"Take, eat this is My body" and He took the cup, gave thanks, gave to the disciples and said,"Drink you all of it for this is My blood of the New Testament which is shed for many and for the remission of sins. But I say unto you I Will note drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new with you in My Father's Kingdom. Watch and pray that you enter not into temptation the spirit indeed willing but the flesh weak.
These are symbolic representations:
blessed means Holy and bread is the Word of God
The body of Christ represents righteousness.
The blood of the New Testament represents acceptance of the New Covenant for the remission of sin which is the naming of sin to God for forgiveness not to man for forgiveness cause man can not for give sin but God does.
In order to drink of this vine we must all be grafted and be of the righteous. Drink it new represents being renewed into the Kingdom of God. To watch is to research the scriptures and pray not to enter into temptation means not to go by the teaching that is contrary to the Word. The spirit is willing means our inward person, our conscience will be willing to live righteous and to do that which is right but the flesh is weak meaning lust to do the things of the world to please physically or mentally the things that are not righteous which brings blemishes to the soul.
For God so love the world He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believe Him shall not perish but have eternal life. God sent not His Son into the world to condemn the world but that the world through Him may be saved.
Jesus is the POE to God
To accept the New Covenant which is the first step: Repentance then the washing away of sin through baptism.
By the way POE= Point of Entry
Wherefore whosoever shall eat this Bread(Word of God) and Drink(absorb) of this cup(righteousness) unworthily shall be guilty of the body(covenant)and blood(New Testament)so let a person examine themselves, let them eat of Bread and drink of the cup for they that eat and drink unworthily eat and drink damnation to themselves not discerning the body for this cause many are weak, sickly and sleep among you. For if we would judge for ourselves we should note that we chastened should not be condemned with the world.