Communion is a kingdom feast. Communion is a renewal of the new covenant. Communion is when the church experiences the dynamic presence of Christ. Communion is a demonstration of church unity. Communion is the experience of the fourth cup. Yet, from my travels and study, few of these truths are being embraced by the average church. We explain communion in many ways, and for the most part, celebration of the King and his covenant are not one of them. This cannot be ignored any longer. The Evangelical Church needs a major overall of its understanding and experience of the Lord's Supper. We have lost its connection to the new covenant and to the kingdom. As we grow in the revelation of God's ever-increasing kingdom our experience of the Lord's Table must follow suit.
Kingdom Communion is written with the conviction we are missing a glorious opportunity. If we continually see communion as 'not that important' our worship services will fail to make the kingdom transition God is searching for. A revelation of Christ and his advancing kingdom affects every doctrine and this includes the Lord's Supper. Over several decades, we have enjoyed a rebirth of lively spontaneous worship. We have heard the prophetic voice return to the church. There has been a great flow of spiritual gifts and miracles. This journey has been a great adventure. Yet, we have also paid a price. Our purely emotional worship is taking a toll. It becomes difficult to maintain the level of emotion needed to bring the same level of excitement week after week.
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- ISBN-13: 9781615291823
- ISBN-10: 1615291822
- Publisher: Vision Publishing (Ramona, CA)
- Publish Date: May 2017
- Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.23 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds
- Page Count: 112