Bishop on communion: You should be ready!


We’re here to commemorate a special occasion about the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The Bible says to modify the deeds of the flesh, so you can be submissive to the word of God. But the blood of Jesus cleanses you from the guilt of sin. He has taken our sins upon Him and we can praise Him for what He’s done! 

Bible says sin is the transgression of the law, so your body will always be the same, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be saved. But we have to keep in mind that we can’t yield our members to sin and please God. He has given us the Spirit to overpower the flesh, because greater is He than is in you than he that is in the world.

Aren’t you glad about the Holy Ghost?
We’ve been crucified with Christ because of what He’s done for us. Through the power of the indwelling spirit I can bring my flesh under subjection. God is a great God and without Him we can do nothing. In Colossians, we know we have redemption through Him, even the forgiveness of sin.  (more…)


Experience communion service as it happened

Evangelist Walls leads worship with all the “Power in the Blood” songs.
Min. Gravette preaches the first sermonette from 1 Corinthians 11: 23-24 and John 6: 53-56, 58.
Notes: “By partaking of the break we have access to eternal life. Think about it. ” It should have been our bodies broken on the cross because of sin. He that eats of this bread lives forever. “Take of the cup and live forever.”
Deacon Morris preaches the second sermonette.
Notes: The blood makes an atonement for the soul. Remember when Abel’s blood cried unto God? The blood has a voice. It speaks. When God sees us He sees the blood of Jesus and “finds no fault.” All things are purged by blood, but it has to be pure. “He that eateth my flesh and drinketh my blood dwells in me and I in them.” (more…)