Do we know how privileged we are to have the grace of God upon our lives? I share this with you because some have lost trust in Him who bore our sins on the cross. We are crying for help, and it looks that support is not coming. The church has been saved by the blood of Jesus and the Communion we share with him. In Him is life (John 1:4-5), and in Him is the breath of life (Genesis 2:7; John 20:22).
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We are to be grateful for it.
Let us have faith in Him who bore our sins in His body on the cross (1 Peter 2:24). Christ Jesus is faithfully in ALL he does. He is with us in our darkest moment and the valley of the shadow of death. He is our light in darkened places. Let us hold steadfast onto Him. He shares His body and blood with us in Communion as a remembrance of who He is in our lives (Matthew 26:26-29). Remember him as your Lord Jesus Christ and bring peace into your heart.
The wine Jesus shared with His disciples represents the lamb’s blood put on doorposts and lintels of houses of the Children of Israel (Exodus 12:1-12). In the New Testament, we see Jesus sharing this blood on the cross. He also shared His broken body with us to give us the strength to live each day.
God rained Manna on the children of Israel daily during their time in the wilderness to feed them except the Sabbath day (Exodus 16:1-35). The Manna gave them the strength needed to survive the day. They lived on the Manna every day till they celebrated their first Passover in the Promised Land. We need this Manna in our daily lives to give us the strength needed in our walk with Jesus. The Manna in the Old Testament represents the broken body of Christ (his works on the cross) – the bread of life in the New Testament.
We should take this remembrance seriously. In times like these, Communion reminds us of our covenant with God. It protects us from the pestilence of the world. Sharing the Communion gives us hope in darkened places. Sharing the Communion reminds us of who we are in the Lord; the Covenant we have with him. Sharing the Communion gives us love and the strength to carry on. The love of God is with us, regardless of what is going on in the world.
We thank you, God, for the saving BLOOD of Jesus and the BODY of Christ.Tweet
We thank you for the saving grace.
Share the Communion every day to remind you of God’s covenant.
It is a trial time!
May the Lord have mercy on our souls and bring us to the point of realizing who we are as children of God. May He work on our hearts and give peace within us. We love you, Lord.
May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the sweet fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us all. Amen
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