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I hear of a church recently that had a great disturbance amongst the members when one of the sisters in the church started to bake the unleavened bread for the communion. It was different. It was a bit chewy and so some complained they could not break it. They felt breaking it was important. It tasted different to the previous bread they used. A major inquiry was made into what the sister was putting in the bread. The story goes on as it does in many a religious group and gets nasty. Do you think this is what Jesus had in mind when he gave us this spiritual meal to remember His love and sacrifice?