The maxim

Love The Son And He Will Be Bread And Wine Accordingly

The maxim on the front page can be understood in two ways. One is the evident, since we are fond of bread and wine. So The Son will be pleasant – other than judging – if we love Him. He will nourish us. He will keep us. He will give us strength. He will be truth and justice, be food. The other way to understand the maxim is to see that The Son will be rewarding. The Son will be the outcome of our lives. The bread is the outcome of the seed dying and the wine is the outcome of the vine producing. And so The Son typically will be the reward of the father sown and of the mother giving fruit. The Son is the meaning of life.

In the communion, the sacrament, we know, Jesus, The Son, is the bread and wine.