How to Have a Holy Communion Anywhere
Anyone who believes in Jesus as their savior may have communion and any person can give communion.
What is Needed:
Bread, which is the body of Christ and wine which is the blood of Christ. We can
use host bread or any bread. Loaves of bread are good. We can use wine or grape juice or what is comparable. We encourage you to practice communion on the streets of your country offering communion to the desolate and poor. Give to Jesus your prayers and leave your burdens behind.
The Lord's Supper is a remembrance and a celebration of Jesus’s death by which He atoned for all our sins. He gave us salvation and repentance for everything we ever did that caused pain, guilt, shame, resentment, sin and fear. It’s a way to remember our unity in Christ freeing us from sin. When we take communion we cleanse our Soul of all unrighteousness and remember Jesus giving us salvation.
ON THE NIGHT OF THE LAST SUPPER
1 Corinthians 11:23-26: The Lord Jesus took bread. And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do ye in remembrance of me. After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the New Testament in my blood: this do as often as ye drink it, in remembrance of me. For as often as ye shall eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye show the Lord’s death till he come.
LET US PRAY
We thank you Lord by whose word everything comes to be. We receive this bread as the body of Christ, the bread of life. May the God of peace make us Holy in every way, and may our mind, body, Spirit and Soul be kept blameless until the day our Lord Jesus comes again. May Angels surround us and bless us, removing all obstructions from our mind that keep us from living in Heavens Love. May there be a path providing the people, the way and the miracles to always live being blessed.
Only you Dear Lord know our prayers, wishes and needs. May a light wash upon us and where we are wounded may we be healed. Where we have fear, may it be replaced with Love. Where we are weak, may you make us strong and where we have fallen, may you lift us up. We pray, and have faith in your Love and guidance. Keep us for eternity in Christ’s light. Always and forever in the power and the glory of You our Father and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen
This bread is the body of Jesus Christ our Savior broken on the cross. This juice is poured and is the blood of Jesus that was shed on the cross setting us free from our broken ways and blessing us with salvation. It’s likely we all have struggled from time to time not being able to forgive someone, or having mercy for them or living peacefully keeping brotherhood as our mission.
Let us forgive ourselves and those who have trespassed against us; and become vessels of light, which is why we remember and live from the Love of Jesus. During communion, we remind ourselves we have been given the gift of the Holy Spirit which is the power of Heaven to live through all levels of life, no matter what we face we can make it through. We have the Spirit of Christ in us, giving us perseverance, resolution, and faith to go forward in Heavens Love.
Let us take this time to reset ourselves to living Christ minded. Let us share this bread and the fruit of the vine as we continue in remembrance of our Lord; affirming we are the mercy, kindness, Love, and compassion of His light to all we meet. May we become the people of God which He has in His mind and fulfill the calling and purpose of our Souls in this part of life. Becoming more conscious of Love. Blessing those around us with greater Love, thankfulness, and charity. May we celebrate our unity in Christ.
We take the bread.
May the Lord be with you in the body of Christ, the bread of Heaven.
We take the cup.
May the Lord be with you in the blood of Christ, the cup of salvation. (Amen-cross ourselves)
As we go about our day let us live only in the kingdom of Heaven. Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. May we walk in the valley of righteousness with minds at peace and hearts filled with infinite Love blessing all of those we meet. May God keep us blessed now and for eternity, always and forever. Amen
This concludes the communion.