Communion is Served at Sunday Service
Also Tuesday and Friday early morning
At the occasion of the Last Supper, Jesus ate with the Apostles and served them bread and wine. In so doing, He taught the Apostles the Sacrament known as Holy Communion.
…Jesus took a loaf of bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to the Apostles, saying, “Take, eat; this is My Body.” Then taking a cup, and after giving thanks, Jesus gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you; for this is My Blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins…”
In the mystical tradition, an ordained Priest or Teacher calls down the transmutation of bread and wine in the ritualistic ceremony that makes up this Sacrament. By their word, the substance of the Earth (in the form of bread and wine) is instantly transmuted to embody the heavenly vibratory qualities of The Body and Blood of Christ.
By the taking of these sacred substances, we are consenting to receive the great spiritual power of the Christ Force which is available for the healing of humankind from a consciousness of fear into a consciousness of love.
Repeated, consistent receiving of the Body and Blood of Christ will begin to raise the personal vibration of the partaker. Grace and healing are natural consequences of taking Communion regularly. In our receiving, we acknowledge the Mission of Jesus, that He allowed Himself to be sacrificed in order that God would forgive humanity for its selfishness and hardness of heart.
In essence, acknowledging what Jesus did may be thought of as what many church teach as ‘taking Jesus as your Lord and Savior’.
When you kneel and open yourself in humility and receive the Body and Blood of Christ, errors you have committed are forgiven by God. This leads to a liberated consciousness in which more energy is available to you and your desire to serve God is magnified.
Weekday Meditation and Communion:
Charleston Center: Tuesdays at 7:30 am and Fridays at 6:30 am (Charleston)
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