Christ Jesus, I thank You and I praise You that You are the prophesy that I read about in the Old Testament and how You fulfilled that prophesy, are fulfilling the prophesy and will continue to fulfill the prophesy I read about in the New Testament. I thank You and I praise You for being born of the virgin Mary. I give You praise, glory, and honor for all Your blessings and all Your miracles of all Your yesterdays, today, and all Your tomorrows. I thank You and I praise You for Your Word. Your Word tells us to do this in remembrance of You.
(Break off a piece of the communion bread and take throughout the prayer.)
I thank You and I praise You for going to the Garden of Gethsemane and praying with such a stress level that blood and fluid seeped from Your body. I thank You and I praise You for the anguish and fear that You endured. I thank You and I praise You for allowing the Roman Soldiers to arrest You. I give You praise, glory, and honor for healing the ear of the soldier when Peter cut it off with a sword. Faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the Word of God. I believe that Your healing Word is being exponentially released throughout this entire universe that Abba Father spoke into existence!
I thank You and I praise You for every step that You took as they led you out of the Garden of Gethsemane. I thank You and I praise You for everything that You went through as they led You out of the Garden of Gethsemane: the degradation, the trepidation, the humiliation, the pain and the suffering. Your Word says that by Your stripes I am healed; therefore, by Your stripes I am healed. I believe that You allowed them to tear Your flesh from Your body representing the healing of every disease known or unknown to man.
I thank You and I praise You for every step that You took as they led You up Mount Calvary. I give You praise, glory and honor for the pain that You endured as they nailed that nine-inch spike into Your left hand, Your right hand, and into Your feet. I give You praise, glory, and honor for the pain that You endured when that cross was lifted to a vertical position. I give You praise, glory, and honor for every time that Your body had to shift in order to breathe as You hung on that cross. I thank You and I praise You for the crown of thorns that they placed on Your head. I believe that represents the healing of minds. I thank You and I praise You that I know that You, Christ Jesus, are my Lord, Savior, King, Healer, Redeemer, Restorer, Provider, and my soon coming King.
(You will need grape juice or wine.)
I drink this representing Your Holy, Holy Blood. I give You praise, glory, and honor that through the authority and power of Your name and Your Holy blood, Christ Jesus: I am protected. I am forgiven. I am healed. I am anointed. I am favored. I am blessed. I am victorious. You show me love, mercy and trust and Your love, mercy and trust are exponentially released in my life and through my life.
I give You praise, glory, and honor that in that tomb where they laid Your body the glory of God was so strong that You started breathing, Your eyes opened, You got up and folded Your burial clothes indicating that it is finished, the stone was rolled away and You walked out. I read about those who saw You resurrected and they saw You ascend to the right hand of the Father. I also read about the initial exponential release of Your Holy Spirit fifty earthly days after You ascended to the right hand of the Father.
Today is the day that You have made and I will rejoice and be glad in it. I thank You and I praise You that I am one day closer than I was yesterday for the catching up/rapture of Your church.
In and through the authority and the power of the name of Jesus Christ, Yeshua, and His Holy, Holy, Blood it is all so. To my Father God be all the Glory. Jesus Christ, You are Lord, Savior, King, Healer, Redeemer, Restorer, Provider, and my soon coming King. And, Holy Spirit, You are so very welcome here! Amen and Amen!
Recipe for Unleavened Communion Bread
Prep Time: 20 Minutes
Total Time: 40 Minutes
¾ cup of scalded milk (Scalded milk is to heat it to an almost boil)
One egg, beaten
¼ cup of honey
2 ¼ cup of flour
¼ cup butter, melted
One tsp. salt
1. Beat scalded milk, honey and butter together.
2. Add the beaten egg.
3. Gradually add 2 cups of flour.
4. Roll the dough to ¼ inch thickness on parchment paper. Flour the surface, rolling pin and dough to keep from sticking with the remaining ¼ cup of flour.
5. Prick the dough with a fork.
6. Use a cookie cutter to form a circle.
Bake at 375 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.