“History shifted when the Lamb was slain. When His blood spilled, a new redemptive calendar began. The Kingdom age. Communion is the ongoing remembrance of that colossal, staggering event.
But what does it mean to proclaim the Lord’s death? First, notice the eschatological tenor of the act. The Church is to do this thing until the Lord returns. But what is that thing? According to the Apostle Paul, Communion is not just eating bread and drinking juice. Paul’s language suggests that the act itself is some sort of wild proclamation of victory that is meant to nourish and sustain us. When we eat and drink, we prophecy a continuity between His first and second coming, between the eternal triumph of His Cross and the total triumph of His glorious return.
The reenactment and fulfillment of Passover on the Cross at the cosmic level is not the kind of event one should treat casually, yet by and large, Protestants have been guilty of just that. In our zeal to correct what we perceived as the heresies and idolatries of medieval Roman Catholicism, we stripped Communion bare, turning it from a mystery to a liturgy, from liturgy to memento; from a feast of the real Presence of Christ to an occasional corporate duty scheduled regularly for Sunday church.”
— excerpted from ‘The Great Communion Revival’
Though the first dream had come to us in 2004, we knew we only had the headline, not the story: “The Blood Communion Revival.” For sixteen years we prayed into this phrase, but it wasn’t until 2020 that the dreams resumed, in earnest. One of the first to grab our attention:
In 2022, we gathered to a small house of prayer called The Door, nestled under the shadow of Pikes’s Peak in Colorado Springs. We gathered to pray, fast and ask the Lord for more understanding from His Word. Morning and evening, we took Communion, asking God to open the door of revelation in Scripture, and also to begin something on the earth. The video above is a chronicle of some of those key dreams recorded during the fast….
“Holy Communion…a sacrament instituted by Christ (is) the central act of worship”
— The Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion
Throughout history, the Lord’s Table has been considered central to the practice of Christian fellowship, worship and discipleship. Yet more and more our modern evangelical, pentecostal and charismatic services are sermon- / worship- / performance-focused. Obviously, these are vital, but what might we have lost along the way? Could we be in danger of becoming a “bloodless faith.”
“O the depth of love divine, the unfathomable grace!
Who shall say how bread and wine God into us conveys!
How the bread his flesh imparts,
how the wine transmits his blood,
fills his faithful people’s hearts with all the life of God!”
Within mere years and decades of the founding of the ekklesia, we see a rich theology around the Table of the Lord. Truly, the Eucharist was a feast for the early church. Those quoted below are well-known to history, either overlapping the lifespan of the early apostles, or living shortly thereafter. In fact, tradition records that Ignatius (along with Polycarp) were both directly discipled by the Apostle John. Also of note, of the four mentioned below, all but Tertullian was martyred for their faith. As Bishop of Antioch, Ignatius wrote a letter to his flock, begging them not to meddle with his impending execution at the hands of Rome. He said, “Now I begin to be a disciple…Let fire and cross, flocks of beasts, broken bones, dismemberment…come upon me, so long as I attain to Jesus Christ.”
As such — especially for Protestants — note that these statements were expressed one to two centuries before the reforms of Emperor Constantine in the Edict of Milan, 313 AD, when the early vigor of the church began to diminish in favor of increasing institutionalism. Observe the spirit, character and directness with which these men spoke of the experience of Communion from a period when the church was still vibrant, persecuted, and faithful.
While Communion is not a new or unfamiliar practice, our experience of it has grown quite old. Thankfully, this is changing! An unusual series of events leading up to 2022 indicate the Holy Spirit is anointing the sacrament of the body and blood of Christ with fresh vitality and strategic clarity. Interestingly, Chuck Pierce began prophesying in 2018-19 that the 2020s would be the “decade of Passover.” Since Communion is the New Covenant consummation of Passover inaugurated by the blood of Jesus, we should expect to experience a continuity between the deliverance of Passover and the salvation of the Cross.
After receiving our first dream in 2004 (see story and video at top), the dreams did not resume until 2020, after which an unexpected flurry of revelation began. As more dreams came, we dug deeply into the Word. Then in 2021, the Lord gave two or three dreams that pointed strongly to a potential gathering in Jerusalem in 2022. Global leaders were invited, and prepared to come, but Israel remained closed until Feb. 22, 2022. Nevertheless, once the nation opened, a group of nearly 200 converged on Christ Church on Passover/Good Friday, April 15, 2022 (a year of convergence between the Hebrew and Gregorian calendar). We took Communion together, live-streamed it across the earth, and called it The Global Communion Service. Of course, the church has taken Communion for 2000 years, but it was a small declaration of faith that, perhaps — just perhaps! — a new dimension of understanding and celebration of the Lamb of God had begun.
But that wasn’t the end . . .
Little known to us, our friend, Rick Riding, founder of Succat Hallel House of Prayer in Jerusalem, had recently experienced what might be called the final installment of an open vision he had previously received in an expanding series of visions beginning in 2012, then again in 2014, and lastly in 2021.
“I had a spiritual vision of the Lord with a rod in His hand. He was standing over the International Date Line, near the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean, which would indicate a change of ‘times and seasons.’ He took the staff and struck it forcefully against the ocean floor. This produced a spiritual tsunami of a huge wave of light that was headed towards Jerusalem and the Middle East. I saw many intercessors and harvesters who began to ride the tsunami wave. They were from the Pacific, especially from New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, and Japan.
The wave then began to carry intercessors and harvesters from Korea, China, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and India. I saw that Satan had long feared this wave would come and that he had spent centuries building one sea wall after another as barriers to try to stop it. Each seawall was a spiritual stronghold, with a demonic principality sitting on a throne on top of that seawall. The principality on each throne had its arms crossed as if to show “You will never get past me”. But the tsunami wave (and earthquakes) broke down wall after wall and throne after throne. The first wall and throne toppled were the strongholds of Shintoism and idolatry. The second wall and throne represented Buddhism and ancestor worship. The third wall represented Hinduism. Each of these crumbled and fell before the wave, and a great harvest of people were brought into the Kingdom of God. The fourth and final wall was that of Islam. This wall had a huge principality on its throne that looked very intimidating. But even that wall fell before this wave.
There was a great ‘breaking up of the fountains of the deep’ that released even more water into this desert region, and the water levels rose quickly. This led to the gathering of a great harvest. I heard the voice of the Lord proclaiming loudly: ‘I am breaking up the fountains of the deep so that the earth may be covered with the glory of the Lord.’” (LINK)
After the final version, recorded October 20, 2021 and quoted above, Rick asked the Lord, “When will this happen? Will you give me a sign that what I’m seeing is real?”
Watch the video below to see the answer.
The Holy Spirit is orchestrating a massive, global awakening to honor the body and blood of Jesus like never before. In these pages, you’ll discover secrets of His redemptive bloodline woven through Scripture, and why Communion is meant to be a force of gospel proclamation and unity by recreating Christ’s triumph, rather than the empty, divisive tradition it presently seems to be.
“And the great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world—he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him. And I heard a loud voice in heaven, saying, “Now the salvation and the power and the kingdom of our God and the authority of his Christ have come, for the accuser of our brothers has been thrown down, who accuses them day and night before our God. And they have conquered him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, for they loved not their lives even unto death.” (ESV)
July 18, 2020
“A large group was in a room full of people acting in faith for The Great Communion Revival, including other leaders, intercessors and musicians. As we talked about The Great Communion Revival, we wondered whether we had enough BB diplomas to hand out at the communion service later that night. One of the women in the room said “Every time one is handed out, they multiply.”
After this, the scene in the dream changed and we are all watching a giant, live, interactive map of the United States. On this map, homes, streets and highways would light up as people partook of communion. As they did, they each received these BB diplomas. I saw a historic trail called the Trail of Death across Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Kansas. As individuals and groups received and took communion together with faith in the finished work of Christ, that trail on the map would light up with red light.
At the same time, a different kind of activity showed on the map, marked by a dark, blue light. A great and terrible darkness was rising across the country. It seemed concentrated in universities, colleges and schools, but also in homes and especially in witch covens. People in these places also partook of a different kind of communion service involving toxic cocktails of anger, accusation, unforgiveness and blood. They also received diplomas, but their diplomas were labelled BA. Both the BB and BA diplomas were multiplying across the USA.
I came to understand that the BB diplomas stood for “Better Blood,” while the BA diplomas were for “Brethren Accusers.” In other words, both groups were “graduating” to new levels, either of mery and love, or judgment and bitterness. Both had power and both resisted one another, yet only the BB had real authority. The dream ended with us talking about how we can’t fight power with power only, we needed to fight power with Authority. Somebody was quoting Luke 10 saying; “The Authority we have been given over all the power of the enemy is through the Better Blood…”