God’s Supernatural Power

13 May The Supernatural Power of Communion – Part 4

I am so excited. After reading the previous three blog posts in this series, many of you have developed a new-found love and appreciation for Communion. Forever gone are the days of Communion being just a religious ritual or a "git 'er done and over with" five-minute tradition in a church service. There is now an understanding that partaking of the juice and wafer opens the door for the paid-in-full redemptive work of Christ to be appropriated. Hallelujah! While there is so much more that I could share about Communion, let me close with these two thoughts. First, please don't restrict Communion to just being a once-a-month, only-on-Sunday-morning celebration. I want to encourage you to do the "as often as you ...

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06 May The Supernatural Power of Communion – Part 3

I have to admit that I have been mild in the first two segments of this teaching. Now, I'm going to kick into third and then fourth gear and get really, really bold. Ready? Let me state emphatically, communion isn't a meaningless tradition or powerless ritual. No. A million, billion times no. I will go so far as to state that, for the believer, the taking of the Lord's Supper can be and should be one of the most powerful connections with God. The acknowledgement of the great sacrifice and the appropriation of the benefits of the broken body and shed blood releases God's 100% supernatural, miracle-producing, healing-generating, deliverance-rendering power.  Here comes the boldness. Communion is THE perfect time to whole-heartedly expect the supernatural power of God to be seen and experienced. I stated last week that communion provides the believer the opportunity to look at the paid-in-full receipt of redemption and declare, “It’s mine, I’ll take it here and now”. I'll take the boldness up another notch. Healings and deliverances ought to be common place during communion! When the wafer touches our lips, we are provided the opportunity to boldly declare that the "by His stripes we were healed" (1 Peter 2:24) is ours right here, right now. The price has been paid for the full and total healing for cancer, blindness, arthritis, deafness, or any illness or malady. It should be the norm to see instantaneous miracles transpiring throughout the congregation. The same can be said as we partake of the juice. When the juice touches our lips, we are provided the perfect opportunity to boldly declare that the "blood of Jesus cleanseth us from all sin" (1 John 1:7). This acknowledgement of the shed blood declares that the price has been paid for our full and total freedom from sin and its bondages. We can expect tormenting strongholds to be annihilated at that very moment. Hallelujah! I'll kick into a higher gear with the boldness. (I know that this will go cross-grain against religiosity.) Communion can't be quiet and somber. One more time ...

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22 Apr The Supernatural Power of Communion – Part 1

It would be interesting to take a poll and ask fellow believers to give a list of the ways that God's supernatural, miracle-working power can be released into a believer's life. I know that they would come up with one or more of the following answers: *Prayer (1 John 5:14-15)  *Prayer of Agreement (Matthew 18:19)  *Prayer of Binding and Loosing (Matthew 18:18) *The Name of Jesus (Philippians 2:9-11) *Anointing with Oil (James 5:14-15)  *Laying on of Hands (Mark 16:18) *Reading God's Word (Hebrews 4:12)   *Hearing God's Word (Romans 10:17)  *Speaking God's Word (Mark 11:24) *Anointed Prayer Cloths (Acts 19:11-12)  *Praying Divine Mysteries (1 Corinthians 14:2) *The Gifts of the Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:7-11) Would you believe me if I told you that, in all probability, at least once a month, you have been missing out on a God-given provision that will open the door to the supernatural power of God? And, this provision has been resting on your fingertips? I am talking about a personal miracle taking place as you join others in celebrating Communion or, as much of the church world refers to this celebration, the Lord's Supper. Supernatural? A Texas-size yes. Why haven't you heard about this before? The answer is quite simple. Oft times, we have reduced Communion into being just a religious tradition or ritual that once a month is squeezed into the overfull church service schedule. Am I right? In our services, here is what happens. We distribute the elements (wafer and juice), quickly read a passage of scripture from 1 Corinthians 11, pray, consume the elements and then move on to the next thing on the service schedule. All the while, God has been waiting to release supernatural miracles including divine healings and deliverances through Communion. You could literally come into the service in one condition and leave totally changed! This subject is far too important to try to squeeze into just one 400 to 500 words blog post. So, for the next few posts, I want to break down the significance of the "this do in remembrance of me" into simple, short posts and open the door for God's miracle-working power to show up in your life. One more note. Right now, some of you are reading my blog for the very first time. You may have "stumbled" onto it by "accident" from catching a promotion on Facebook or Instagram. Others have discovered this blog because you were searching for a particular topic on Google and found a link to my ministry website. With this being Part 1, I don't want you to miss the ensuing posts. Avoid missing a single post by subscribing to this blog and have it sent early each Monday morning to your email address. Subscribing is simple, free, and absolutely painless. Just click on the following link. SUBSCRIBE...

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