The prophetic word in communion

The prophetic voice

While it is said, To day if ye will hear his voiceharden not your hearts, as in the provocation. (Heb 3:15)

Did you know that you can hear the prophetic voice of God in communion? If you have listened to my podcast (listed above), it will describe how God spoke at communion. When we do communion at church, we rush through it and remember the death of Jesus. Sometimes, we must take our time and remember his 14 covenant promises. During that period, we can hear the prophetic voice of the Lord.

Jesus had a word for Peter. (Luke 22:31-34) Let’s see what was prophesied over his life–

1-He addressed him by his former name—Simon. This symbolized a return to the flesh.

2-The devil was asking permission to afflict him

3-He was going to fall away

4- He would return to the Lord and fulfill his ministry.

When we look at Matt 16:18, Jesus gave Simon a name change. He called him Peter. Peter means a piece of a large rock. Some translations describe his name as Rocky. He was the original Rocky. As I remember the Rocky movies, the challenger had a determination to win the Heavyweight title.

Rocky got knocked down many times. Apollo Creed (the Champion) would tell him he was going down. Rocky would get up, shake his head and say–No way. How many times have we stumbled and felt like a failure? We feel that we have passed the point of no return, and we give up?

Can your faith fail?

The word of God describes our faith as precious. Every one of us has faith inside of us as a seed. We need to develop it and guard it. Aside from pride, Jesus went further into Peter’s future. He saw that he was going to turn away from him and go back fishing.

I believe Peter loved Jesus, and when his denial convicted him, he had trouble forgiving himself. The word says that faith worketh by love (Gal 5:6). Sometimes, our worse enemy is ourselves. We don’t forgive ourselves, and that will hinder our faith.

Take inventory of your life if your faith fails you. What are some areas of love that you are not following? Ask God to reveal these areas so your faith will not fail you. Let’s pray the following prayer–

Dear Lord, I realize that there are many struggles in my life. Your word says that a just man falls seven times but gets up again. I am the righteousness of God in Christ. I have often failed you, and I ask you to forgive me. Also, I will forgive myself. I will get up. I will fight the good fight of faith and win in life. Thank you for forgiving me and loving me. I will win in life because I am more than a conqueror. I cannot lose. I am destined to win. In Jesus’s name. Amen!

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