HIS WILL IS IN FORCE
For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord’s
death till he come
(1 Corinthians 11:26).
The word “shew” isn’t exactly the same as “show”; to show is to display. Of course, it also means, in a certain way, to declare, to make
known. But more typically, “shew” which is translated from the Greek word “kataggellō” is to announce, to proclaim. When we take the Holy Communion, we’re announcing or proclaiming the Lord’s death. We’re
being emphatic that the testator died; and as a result, His testament (His will) is in force.
That testament left you an estate; everything He owned, He gave to you; it’s declared in His will. A will is the last disposition of a man that died. All you need to enjoy what’s in the will is proof of death. Once he’s dead, the testament becomes effective. When we take the Communion, we’re reaffirming the Lord’s death, declaring that His testament is now in force. There’s no argument; Satan can’t stand against that. Hallelujah!
Every time you have the opportunity to participate in the Holy Communion, it’s an announcement of glory, of your triumphant life in Christ Jesus. You’re declaring that all blessings of the New Testament are your present-hour reality. You’re in dominion and walking in glory; nothing has power over you.
No sickness, disease or infirmity can thrive in your body. His blood was shed for you that you may live. And now, you live, because He lives. This is the eternal significance of the Communion; it’s an announcement that His testament is in force.
Holy Father, I thank you for the blood of Jesus that was shed for me, that I may have, and live the Godlife. I celebrate my oneness with you. No sickness, disease or infirmity can thrive in my body. All the
blessings of the New Testament are manifest in my life, being sealed in, and guaranteed by, the blood of Jesus Christ. Hallelujah!
Colossians 1:13-14; 1 John 5:11-12 NIV
1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: John 8:31-47 & 1 Kings 22
2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Mark 11:1-11 & Numbers 21