Every Day Communion

I have handed down to you what came to me by direct revelation from the Lord himself. The same night in which he was handed over, he took bread and gave thanks. Then he distributed it to the disciples and said, “Take it and eat your fill. It is my body, which is given for you. Do this to remember me.” He did the same with the cup of wine after supper and said, “This cup seals the new covenant with my blood. Drink it—and whenever you drink this, do it to remember me.” Whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you are retelling the story, proclaiming our Lord’s death until he comes. So then, my fellow believers, when you assemble as one to share a meal.. 1 Corinthians 11:23-26, 33a TPT

Each time in the day
When I stop to eat and drink
I pause to remember
Jesus’ death for me

Saying:
This is Jesus’ body
Broken for me
You took my death Lord
To set me free to be
In Your resurrection life
For eternity

This is Jesus’ blood
Which cleanses me
From guilt and sin
Sets me completely free
To live with You at God’s right hand
For eternity

Whether alone or in community
Each time I eat and drink
I recall Jesus death for me
And Glorify Him for what He achieved

Saying:
This is Jesus’ body
Broken for me
You took my death Lord
To set me free to be
In Your resurrection life
For eternity

This is Jesus’ blood
Which cleanses me
From guilt and sin
Sets me completely free
To live with You at God’s right hand
For eternity

In each meal
Whether large or small
I celebrate Your Presence
For You are my all in all

Saying:
This is Jesus’ body
Broken for me
You took my death Lord
To set me free to be
In Your resurrection life
For eternity

This is Jesus’ blood
Which cleanses me
From guilt and sin
Sets me completely free
To live with You at God’s right hand
For eternity

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