Why is the Holy Communion important?

Saturday August 10th was the Holy Communion Service at RCCG’s Annual Convention.

Our general overseer reminded us about the importance of this meal. At every communion service, he reminds us but I don’t think I really paid much attention till Saturday. He said;

The Holy Communion is too powerful a meal to be toyed with. When you take it, you receive the power never to disappoint God again, never to fail again, never to be tired again.Pastor E.A Adeboye

When we take the meal, we pray. On Saturday, he asked us to pray for;

  1. Clean break from the past – bad decisions, habits, character, failure, sickness, lack, stagnation etc & a new beginning of joy, promotion, success.
  2. Cry to God for power, fresh anointing, another visitation from the Holy Spirit to succeed, never to fail again, win souls, cast out demons, raise the dead, to do the impossible.

I genuinely wanted this and I prayed from my heart.

For the past three days I had been troubled about something and I tried to “let go and let God” as I had shared in my last post but I found that a few hours later, I was back to feeling troubled.

It wasn’t until last night I made a decision to cut off what was troubling me that I found peace. I woke up this morning and I still feel at peace by my decision.

I can’t help but thank the Holy Spirit for not letting me feel settled. What I did would give me a clean break from the past and won’t hinder the fresh anointing I believe I received on Saturday.

This reminded me that we have to be sensitive to the Holy Spirit. When you’re unsettled about something and you have prayed about it but still feel unsettled, God might need you to take an action as opposed to leaving it to Him to sort out. This might not always be the case hence why we need to be sensitive.

Next time you to take the Holy Communion, please remember;

It is too powerful a meal to be toyed with. When you take it, you receive the power never to disappoint God again, never to fail again, never to be tired again.Pastor E.A Adeboye

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