In this supper, Jesus gives us Himself. He allows us to feed on Him and by feeding on Him by faith we become life to the world. We become symbols to the world of what it means to die and be raised.
Coming to this table weekly restores us and nourishes us with the same Christ that spoke to the woman in John 4. She was thirsty and discovered Christ to be the One who would satisfy her thirst. Again, as we do each week as a body, we taste in bread and wine that Christ is our only true satisfaction. We experience the same truth experienced on that very day at Jacob’s well; the truth that whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again.
Come and eat and drink of the eternal fountain of life, Jesus Christ.