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Joseph Prince (October-15-2021) Daily Devotional: Intimate Fellowship

But the one who is united and joined to the Lord is one spirit with Him. 1 Corinthians 6:17 AMP

Let me share with you something that I pray will cause your heart to be filled with such warmth as you see more and more of Jesus. The very word communion speaks of the relationship our Lord desires to have with us. The apostle Paul wrote:

The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not the communion of the body of Christ? For we, though many, are one bread and one body; for we all partake of that one bread. Observe Israel after the flesh: Are not those who eat of the sacrifices partakers of the altar?

—1 Corinthians 10:16–18
 

The word used for communion in the original Greek is the word koinonia, meaning “fellowship.” It also has the idea of an intimate participation, like the intimacy a husband and wife share when they say and do things no one else is privy to. Isn’t that beautiful?

Whenever you partake of the Communion, it’s a time of intimacy between you and the Lord. It’s a time you set aside to remember your heavenly Bridegroom, who loved you so much He gave Himself up for you (Eph. 5:25). It’s a time you run to Him and lose yourself in His presence, and let His perfect love cast out every fear that may be eating at you.

He knows the secret fears of your heart as you look at the symptoms in your body. He knows the burdens that weigh you down as the doctors tell you about the long-term complications, side effects, and financial cost that treatment would entail. Run to Him, and cast all your anxieties, all your worries, and all your concerns on Him, for He cares about you with deepest affection and watches over you very carefully (1 Pet. 5:7 AMP).

As you take time to commune with Him and to remember Him through the holy Communion, do you know what happens? You become an intimate participator of the benefits of the body and the blood.

Just as those who ate of the sacrifices become “partakers of the altar” (1 Cor. 10:18), when you eat the bread and drink the cup, you become a partaker of all Jesus accomplished at the cross. As you drink the cup, that is communion with and sharing in the blood of Christ (1 Cor. 10:16 NASB). As you eat of the broken bread, you are participating in the body of Christ that was broken for you (1 Cor. 10:16 NIV).

Sunday, 26 June 2022 08:59

Fellowship - Robert Morris

Robert Morris - Fellowship. Pastor Robert delivers a message about how we grow in fellowship with the Lord and warns us about tactics the enemy uses to halt this process.

John MacArthur (March-24-2021) Watch Sermon: The Church Has No Fellowship with the World

Benny Hinn (January-21-2021) Watch Sermon: Fellowship with God! Part 3

Benny Hinn (January-19-2021) Watch Sermon: Fellowship with God!

John MacArthur (May-29-2020) Sermon: The Necessity of Christian Fellowship, Part 1

Jesse Duplantis (January-27-2020) Sermon: Fellowshipping With Your Vision, Part 2 Vol. 2. Jesse explores deeper into how to see and fellowship with God's big vision for your life.

Jesse Duplantis (January-23-2020) Sermon: Fellowshipping With Your Vision, Part 1 Vol. 2. Jesse explores deeper into how to see and fellowship with God's big vision for your life.

In sermon Are There Commandments Under Grace? - Joseph Prince talks about commandments under grace. He says that because the cross has made all the difference, there are commandments that are not about you doing, but simply believing how much God loves you as demonstrated through the cross of Jesus. Joseph shows you how a revelation of God’s love is key to loving God and your fellow man and living successfully as a Christian.

What does God want us to pursue under the new covenant of grace? Join Joseph Prince as he shows you clearly and scripturally what our Lord’s commandments are under the new covenant. Because the cross has made all the difference, discover how they are not about you doing, but simply believing how much God loves you as demonstrated through the cross of Jesus. Understand how a revelation of His love is key to loving God and your fellow man, and learn from the story of Cain and Abel what “practicing righteousness” means as well as how we are to walk this out under grace.

Tuesday, 03 March 2015 04:08

Friendship With The Holy Spirit - Matt Sorger

In sermon Friendship With The Holy Spirit Matt Sorger talks about friendship with the Holy Spirit. He says that the Spirit of the Lord is passionate for you. Matt shows you insights in developing intimacy with the Holy Spirit.

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