A major disappointment is often a Divine appointment in disguise. If you only look at the natural situation you will only see a worldly view. Things happen for many reasons. Often, there is a lesson to be learned…an opportunity to grow and change in a positive direction.
If you live Kingdom you do not get entangled with earthy drama. You may even have to walk away from what would appear to be right according to worldly standards. To live Kingdom often requires the opposite action and outcome on your part. To live Kingdom is to bring the Kingdom of God
At His last Passover supper on the night before His crucifixion, Jesus established communion for all who follow Him. Communion calls to mind the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. My Pastor told me decades ago that communion is most powerful and healing.
Yet, within the body of Christ today many denominations and non-denominations limit the opportunity to receive communion to annually, quarterly, monthly, etc. Although Jesus never stipulated an exact time frame to receive, He did say, “…as often as …” in 1 Corinthians 11:25b.
I attended a funeral not too long ago in a church where the