"Don't we take into ourselves the body, the very life, of Christ? Because there is one loaf, our many-ness becomes one-ness ---Christ doesn't become fragmented in us. Rather, we become unified in him." 1 Corinthians 10:16-17 MSG. The Communion meal of bread and wine is a meaningful yet a mysterious part of our life in Yeshua. Communion faciltates our union with Him, our fellowship and partnership(son-ship)with Yeshua. It is a sacred and intimate experience which we enjoy....Daily!(frequently). At the very core of this communion is the miracle of two becoming one, much the same way that a man and woman are united into one flesh through covenant...Marriage! By participation in the bread and wine, the body and the blood of Yeshua, we are united into life with Him. And that's not all! We are also united with each other, our overcoming brothers and sisters who believe!!!Not only vertical(HIM & us) but also horizontal (us with each other)! God's presence always draws us deeper into intimate fellowship with Him and with one another! This Holy partnership will change our nation and the World! COMMUNION THE CENTERPIECE of FELLOWSHIP...Let's do it OFTEN!
"She's the very Tree of Life to those who embrace her. Hold her tight-and be blessed!" Proverbs 3:18(TheMessage) Our inheritance from Abba includes the gift of wisdom, which will restore to us what was lost through the fall. When Adam & Eve sinned they were expelled from Paradise so they wouldn't eat from the Tree of Life & live forever in their sin. Then He placed a huge fiery revolving sword and stationed a angel to guard the entrance. The good news is through the victory of Yeshua at the cross and the resurrection, the angel and the sword have been removed and we are free to eat from the Tree of Life! In the spirit of wisdom and understanding we grasp that to embrace her(wisdom), there is a cleaving to that opens our heart to understand that He(Yeshua) IS the source of all wisdom. When we cleave to Him we are embracing the Tree of Life, getting back what was lost! We are the Bride, the overcomers who remember their first love, the living flames of love who
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