Holy Communion Prophecy 23rd October 2008

"ICXC NIKA", meaning "Jesus Christ Conquers."

This Prophecy came to me on the 23rd October 2008

The Lord said, “ My people must take the bread and the wine as a ordinance daily, for I have commanded them to take it in remembrance of me, the one and only Saviour Jesus Christ.” Where two or three are gathered there am I in the midst , to strengthen and renew, saith the Lord.”

“If you are alone then you must seek and pray for me to send someone to you, so that you can take the Holy Communion together. It is very important for you to do this with someone, this command must be fulfilled in these troublesome days, and it is my command that you take the Holy Communion every day. Not every week, or every month, or every year, but daily.”

“For by doing this every day with a brother or sister, it will bring my strength and victory into your lives, renewing and strengthening you.”

“For my sacrifice on that cross, the emblem of suffering and shame has been changed into victory and everlasting life, through my resurrection body. The Lord saith that you do not need a Pastor, or a Priest, just a brother or a sister in the Lord, this is my command saith the Lord God Almighty.”

(The most widely used Christogram is a four-letter abbreviation ICXC — a traditional abbreviation of the Greek words for “Jesus Christ” a sacred name. It is sometimes rendered as “ICXC NIKA”, meaning “Jesus Christ Conquers.”)


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