The Breaking of the Bread – Always!

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“Bring all, to where they may see Jesus’ body healed and raised; so in their own brokenness, they too may rise.”

For some the paschal mystery is known as the Eucharist and others it is the “Breaking of the Bread”; one in the same.

When the table is set, we leave a space for an honored guest; one who did so much for us and still does.

“On the Night before he was betrayed, Jesus took the sacred bread into his hands, broke it and said: Take this all of you and eat it, this is My Body; given up for your Healing.”

“At the end of the meal, Jesus took the cup, he drank from it and said: Take this all of you and drink from it, this is the New Testament in My Blood; as often as your drink it, ALWAYS do this in memory of me.”

As one, who “Breaks Bread” daily – Always:

“In His Presence is Power and there is Power is His Presence. Happy are we to be called to this Holy Supper!”

A Case for Healing

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“You did not choose me, I chose you!” (Jn. 15)

Jesus asks, “Do you want to be made whole?”

Truly, ‘Divine Faith and Love in Action’ is the key to continuous healing.

The Divine Physician is hard at work causing dead and worn out cells to fall away.

Get a vision of the inner Yeshua Christ creating new and beautiful cells; organs, teeth, tissue, skin, bones, nerves and tendons or whatever it is that you need.

Prayer Break:

“The power of the risen Christ radiates through me. The power of the risen Christ is in me.” (PAZ)

Jesus’ Promise:

“Whatever you ask for in my name, it will be given to you.” (Jn.15)

 

 

God’s Healing Shalom

Take a moment & click on the icon below to listen to this week’s “Prophetic Passages” podcast message:

“God’s Healing Shalom”

“The one who follows me will not walk in darkness but will have The Light of All Life, as her/his guide.” 

Further Reflection:

Jesus’ said, “My peace I leave you. My peace I give you; not as the world gives, but as I give.” What are you willing to do, to bring in God’s Healing Shalom?

 

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Out of Darkness into the Light – Spiritual Abuse

One of the most piercing marks of humanity that has come out and into the Light is spiritual abuse.
What is the origin of spiritual abuse?
Spiritual Abuse starts with one who has been placed in a position of authority, grasping a false sense of power and control; continuing to manipulate others, by emphatically lying about a situation or event that has come to the surface.
There is no room in any organization for the willful actions that have been inflicted upon all Children of God, regardless if one is a member of the clergy, part of a congregation or larger entity.
Abuse forces one to chip away or remove the divine layer of protection, given to us by God in our connection with him. As Paul wrote in Ephesians, “Be strong in Christ and put on the whole armor of God.”
Through the act of dishonesty, the shield of armor can be loosened or removed, when one attempts to falsely yield a sword into the heart of another, attempting to yank one back into line. This act creates a setting of deception and lack of faith.
If any maltreatment has happened on a physical level, as a result of spiritual/religious dominance, a dual loss has occurred.
The “Helmet of Salvation” that protects the mind has been knocked off and now one harbors anger and resentment against everyone, creating feelings of betrayal, and thereby moving God out of the equation, peeling back another line of divine defense.
With God eased out of the frame, the personal stage of life goes very dark.
As the mind rehashes over and over the repetition of the event, we are reminded of the image of the battered Christ, “Weaving a crown of thorns, they put it on his head.”
We know the thorns were driven into Jesus’ head. If we look at this scene found in scripture from a different view; this can also represent an interruption in the thought process, whereby one focuses on the negative instead of God.
Damage has been done. The pain remains and mental torment begins to wreak havoc. The event is repeated over and over in the mind like a major motion picture.
Deep trauma now takes up residence in one’s body, mind and spirit.
Is there a solution? Yes.
God will always give us the tools via working through others, chosen by God to assist us to bring his understanding front and center. This may time to come to fruition but healing does happen.
In the interim, through the power of prayer and forgiveness; we can “forgive those who trespass against us.”
In the act of forgiveness, I can forgive the individual and but not the blatant action of another. I can pray for that person that he/she find God’s truth in their own life.
I learned from a dear friend, years ago, to “Bless the being and the path he/she is on.” The good news is I don’t have to be on the same path or tune into the same channel as that person ever again.
In the midst of all the insanity in the world, the Light of Christ is shining brightly in dark places, to bring forth integrity and healing to those who have been kicked to the side of the road, encouraging one to stand up and walk tall in honor and freedom.
Right now, we are now witnessing the illusion of life breaking down for all those in positions of misdirected power and authority to be called to task.
Individuals who have hidden behind the curtain, protected by organizations, must give back the years that the locusts have stolen, by apologizing to all Children of God for their spiritual abuse, who once lingered in the shadow of darkness, and now walks in the Light of Christ.