With the cross, the death and the resurrection of Jesus, a new covenant established on better promises was initiated. Still available today, the healing compassion demonstrated by Jesus in the Gospels is released over God’s people today. Our hope and prayer is that you receive yours.
As we look forward to Jesus’ return, we memorialize the new covenant by partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine. Peter, one of Jesus close disciples notes these benefits attached to this sacrament: “He personally carried our sins in his body on the cross so that we can be dead to sin and live for what is right. By his wounds you are healed.” (1 Peter 2:24)
We are called to make disciples, to invest our lives into others for multiplication in the Kingdom of God. Life is better when we grow together.
Has America left God forever? Is this current crisis a wake up call for all of us? Is there any hope? We hope you will join us today and receive in a powerful way.
Today on the traditional celebration of Jesus Triumphal entrance into Jerusalem, we are also celebrating Communion. This is the greatest and most powerful sacrament entailing forgiveness of sin, healing for the body, and eternal redemption.
The blood is one of the strangest, the deepest, the mightiest, and the most heavenly of the thoughts of God. It lies at the very root of both Covenants, but specially of the New Covenant. The difference between the two Covenants is the difference between the blood of beasts, and the blood of the Lamb of God! —Andrew Murray
Pastor Harley Kolterman teaches on Covenant using texts including Colossians 1:12-14.