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  1. Second: The passage does not say, this is my "bones" which are broken for you, it says this is my "body." The body can be broken without the bones being broken. When they lashed Jesus or nailed him to the cross, or pressed a crown of thorns onto His head, they broke his skin, which is part of his body.
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  3. Oct 07,  · A country ballad of sadness detailing the heartbreak relationship between my love of exercise and my broke-ass human shell. elizabeth tobey. Oct 7, · 16 min read. All I .
  4. Apr 22,  · April 2nd, Year @Angela Ziegler James had to admit a certain nervousness, arriving at the hospital that afternoon. He'd never had a reason to visit before now. Or, more accurately, he'd had every reason to get his prostheses examined, but he'd never done so. A few months after his.
  5. And he blessed and he broke and he said, “Take eat; this is my body, which is broken for your persons; thus you shall do for my Memorial. GOD'S WORD® Translation and spoke a prayer of thanksgiving. He broke the bread and said, "This is my body, which is given for you. Do this to remember me." New American Standard
  6. Mar 24,  · Answer: During the Last Supper when Jesus and His disciples were eating a Passover meal together the night of His betrayal, Jesus took bread and said, “This is my body, broken for you.” The statement is recorded four times in the New Testament.
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  8. Sep 13,  · So where does the phrase “broken for you” come from? It is from a textual variation of 1 Corinthians And more importantly, it is included in the translation of the King James Version—“Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you.” Given the massive influence of the King James Bible on the English-speaking world, this means the phrase “broken for you” is a part of .

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