Who is Our Healer?
Greetings Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Who is our Messiah? As I pen this letter to you, I speaker Shalom in your life and your families’ lives. For the past two months we have been teaching on “Health and Healthy”. The subject has been “Spirit of Infirmity”. Our major Scripture Word is Luke 13:11-13. From this study we are looking at dis/ease that comes with this Spirit.
Let me just name a few for this sharing.
Bent Body – Spine – Luke 13:11
Impotent – Frail lame -John 5:5, Acts 3:2, Acts 4:9
Asthma – Hay Fever – Allergies
Picture the Spirit of Infirmity as these disorders on a tree, a beautiful Tree just hanging. Well, the best way to get ride of the oppress tree is going to the root of the tree!
- Roots – working of the flesh
By their Fruits “ye shall know them. The fruit giving to us by Holy Spirit.
Please learn this Word
John 10:10 and James 1:17
As we close and invite Sister Gentle to come and share her teaching “Communion Through the Blood/Wine and Bread/Body.
Matthew tells us 18:18 – Bind – What? Loose the Spirit of Life and Gifts of Healing. Romans 8:2; I Corinthians 12:9
Thank you for all of your sharing. Please look at this letter read and let us help each other!
In our Messiah’s
Dr. YaQar, Founder/Sr. Lead Pastor/Chief apostle
Welcome Sister Gentle!
The Healing Power of The Holy Communion
Don’t be Robbed
The observance of communion is sacred, with sacred implications. The problem is not in performing the wrong steps or failing to meet some legalistic standard. What Paul condemns here is to participate without a solemn appreciation for what the sacrament represents.
As such, each person should examine themselves before eating the bread that represents His blood. Then, when confident that they are not doing so in an unworthy way they should partake.
Joseph Prince states in his book for us today to partake of the communion in an unworthy manner is to treat the elements of communion as common, insignificant, and powerless. It is to treat the communions elements as natural and ordinary as nothing more than a cracker and some juice and fail to recognize the potent sacred force, we get to hold in our hands, it is to disdain the elements and to be like the children of Israel who got so familiar with the manna God in his grace provided that they saw the bread from heaven, as worthlessness (Numbers 21:5.
It's so simple to go through the motions of eating the bread and taking the cup without valuing the significance and power they contain. Maybe you never really understand why We as believers partake in communion. Maybe it is something that you do just because you see everyone else doing, maybe partaking in communion is something you’ve heard others do. Maybe you think it’s magic.
If any of those maybe describe you, may I tell you that you have been robbed! when I looked at the word ROB online this is what came up with:
Rob (verb): robbed (past tense);
Robbed (past participate)
Take property unlawfully from (a person or place) by force or threat of force.
Synonyms: steal from; cheat; swindle; defraud; fleece; dispossess; mulct
Informal; (be robbed)
Overcharge (someone) for something
“Bob thinks my suit cost $100, and even then, he thinks I was robbed”
Synonyms: overcharge- charge too much; informal; dialect
Steal: deprive (someone or something) of something needed, deserved, or significant:
“Poor health has robbed her of a normal social life”
Synonyms: deprive; strip; divest; deny
Colossians 2:8, NLT: Don't let anyone capture you with empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense that come from human thinking and from the spiritual powers of this world, rather than from Christ. In other words, do what the word of God says. Don't get caught up in what man says. Man says that Communion and the Lord supper are the same thing we know that it's not the truth. Men also say or they do Communion once a month when you can partake at home because the Word says in 1 Corinthians 11:25, KJV: After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, this cup is the New Testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me. It doesn't say do this once a month.
Proverbs 3:8, NIV: This will bring health to your body and nourishment to your bones.
When I came across this proverb, I really thought about how having a better understanding of communion will help and bring health to your body and nourish your bones. The more understanding that you get and the more you realize why it's important to do it. That can help be a healthier you. Doing this is not something to take lightly. You see how it brings your family together. How you see a transformation of how you think and speak, your health will increase you will not even remember what was hurting and why. When I looked online for the word health this is what came up
Health: the state of being free from illness or injury
3 John 1:2, NIV: Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.