What the seven last utterances of Christ on the cross, the seven "I Am" statements of Jesus, and the seven letters to the church in Revelation mean to us today.
In the summer of 1969, Buzz Aldrin had a mission--to fly 240 thousand miles and, along with fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong, be the first to walk on the moon. But moments before that historic step, Aldrin poured a specially prepared drink into a cup and partook of a sacred celebration that had first occurred two thousand years prior.
The lunar Last Supper was full of meaning, just as it had been when Jesus himself took of the elements and acknowledged his calling and purpose. But the significance didn't end there. As we remember the sacrifice of Christ on the cross, followed by his resurrection, we are reminded that what seemed to be an end became the genesis of everything--to include the rescue and restoration of anyone who calls on Jesus' name.
In The Last Supper on the Moon, bestselling author Levi Lusko journeys back in time and forward in hope as he uses the 1969 lunar mission as an analogy of the metamorphosis that was unleashed by the man from Galilee. Along the way he uncovers the remarkable "sevens" that guide us through the death and life of Jesus, and what he is calling each of us to today.