WHAT TAKING COMMUNION REALLY MEANS




Taking communion before having experienced the new birth and the transforming power of the Holy Spirit within you makes you guilty of eating damnation to yourself.  The communion in itself is not holy unless it is sanctified by prayer and the Bible says “he that turneth away from hearing the law even his prayer is an abomination” (Proverbs 28:9).  All the law is fulfilled in Jesus coming to earth.  For the scripture says “Christ is the end of the law” (Romans 10:4) and “the law was given by Moses but grace and truth came by Jesus” (John 1:17).  Firstly, for the communion to be holy it must be blessed by a born again individual who blesses it in the name of Jesus.  Its practice is to show the Lord’s death till he comes.  Without being born again and indwelt by the Spirit of Jesus, we will not be careful to examine ourselves before we partake and so we will, (because of ignorance of what the taking of communion means) partake and be imitators of Judas who went on his way after and betrayed Jesus.  We need the (mirror) convicting power of the Holy Ghost to examine ourselves first and if we have not repented we won’t even touch it and also possess the indwelling power of the Spirit of God to cause us to repent of our sins if there is any and be constrained by his power to practice only righteousness.  Therefore we will no longer have anything in common with Judas, who right after his communion service betrayed Jesus, after being with him for three years seeing his pure life, his great miracles and was even commissioned along with the other eleven to perform miracles and preach the gospel.  He, even before digesting the communion went out, conspired with the chief priest and elders and sold Jesus for 30 pieces for silver and was presumptuous enough to hug him and kiss him, but later committed suicide.  Taking communion does not cleanse us from sins or erase guilt but rather as we look forward to the occasion, we maintain an awareness that prompts us to live pure lives by obeying his word and if we have made mistakes or transgressed his commandments we can confess our sins, repent having no desire to repeat our mistakes, and immediately experience his forgiveness and cleansing.  Jesus said “he that eateth my flesh and drinketh my blood, dwelleth in me, and I in him” (John 6:56).  This means you must have experienced the new birth and are trying your very best daily to live by his word to be worthy of taking communion.  He said “for my flesh is meat indeed and my blood is drink indeed” (John 6:55).  However, he thoroughly explained that the representation of his flesh and his blood (the bread and the wine) profiteth nothing because he would be resurrected after his death and ascend into heaven.  Therefore, it is the spirit that quickeneth, giving resurrection life and the words that he speaks unto us are spirit and they are life, meaning we should eat and drink them daily to nurture our spiritual life.  If you are taking communion and you haven’t experienced the new birth, you are eating and drinking damnation to yourself without discerning the Lord’s holy body.  Any person who reads this letter and does not abstain from taking communion until they have experienced the new birth will get weak in their body, become sickly or fall asleep (die spiritually prematurely) thereafter according to 1 Corinthians 11:30.
 
 

Introduction to Naked Christianity
Experience the Risen Indwelling Christ
The Naked Revealed Truth about the Key to Revival - 3 (Three) Baptisms
What Taking Communion Really Means
Christ is Non-Denominational, So are Christians
The Christian in Armour - His Arsenal
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