By Apostle Tonya
And when He had given thanks, He brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my Body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me. 1 Corinthians 11:24
There is the most glorious revelation that we can Feast on in our abiding with the Holy Spirit.
On one particular evening, as I was preparing for a teaching; the Teacher guided me to study a different passage than I had originally planned. Most magnificently, as He led me to the First Book of Corinthians, Chapter 11, He began to speak to me about Communion. Thereafter, the Holy Spirit graced me with profound details about His Majesty’s intimate time with His Disciples. He graciously guided me to follow the Last Footsteps of the King of Glory on Earth. Faithfully reminding me that when we Feast; there is precious revelation that will come forth from the breaking of Bread.
This is what the great Apostle Paul, by the Spirit, taught the Corinthians in the First Book of Corinthians, Chapter 11. Apostle Paul taught what He received from the Lord Jesus of what occurred on the night of the Last Supper. 1 Corinthians 11:23-34.
The Lord Jesus, the all Knowing God, in His Earthly life knew the hearts of all men. When He sat down with His Friends, the Disciples, He sat to Feast knowing that one would betray Him for thirty pieces of silver and a kiss. Yet, our Merciful Savior demonstrated His love and prepared a Table and broke bread with him.
Thy Lord surely carried grief and sorrows in His Heart of a man as His beloved friend, Judas Iscariot, tragically walked away from the Master’s Table to satan’s path of the greatest betrayal. Ofttimes, we read with tears, the story left for us of our Humble King whom in such great love continued in fellowship, supped from the Cup of praise and sang hymns with His Dearest Friends.
The Lord’s love for Judas never departed as His Disciple conspired with satan to betray him. When we sit at the Blessed Lord Jesus’ Feet, may we remember how His Heart responded to His Friend, turned enemy. In this, we will continue to partake in remembering Him.
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