Communion by Jerry Hyde
Dear bro. Taylor
Am in agreement with "Food for thought"
Other things which are indirectly related with communion I
"And as it is appointed unto man once to die, but after
So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto
look for him shall he appear the second time without sin unto
Jesus took the appointment of death that was on man, that
we might take
the life that is offered in Him. This relates to "I stand
at the door and
knock..will sup with him and he with me... He will take our
give us of his life.
Nearly all the people in the scriptures who had an intervention
bodies for longevity were standing in a time of transition,
Caleb, Moses, Simeon, etc.
The manna in the wilderness bred worms and stank if kept overnight,
except the double portion on the sixth day which was preserved
seventh day. Also the manna which was in the ark was preserved
taken into the land of Canaan which typifies Rest.
The flaming sword and Cherubims were placed to keep the Way
of the tree
of life, not to close the way. I believe this speaks of a
ministry that will invite us through the fire back to the
tree of life.
Of course part of that is what you are teaching about communion.
bread, meaning His BODY. It also typifies the WORD, really
thing. The flaming sword.. The living anointed word. The Cherub-that
which guards and covers His glory in the inner sanctuary.
Holy of Holies was to be on the outside, not on the inside,
and I think
is the realm of the body, meaning God's life and glory visable
manifested, not hidden as it is today.
Zion was an enemy stronghold which David conquered. The enemy
said "If you can take our sick and lame, then you will
be able to take
the city. David conquered the sick and lamb, then he conquered
Christ healed the sick and lame, then he conquered death itself.
therefore is the place of total victory, and is the place
where the Lord
sits to reign in David's throne forever. Christ intercedes
as great high
priest after order of Melchizedek which speaks of an endless
is the kind of priesthood the overcomers in Rev. 5 are singing
"Thou hast made us..................we shall reign".
That is transition
between two days. The process is over (the end of the second
are qualified to reign, the third day.) This is the Kingdom
rule the earth for 1000 years. Jesus sits on the throne of
death itself, surely we should be seeing more healings and
if they are less powerful than the powers of death which He
So when he said "I will build my church and the gates
of hell will not
prevail", he meant death itself will not prevail over
the house I am
building. When he teaches
"consider the lilies, Solomon was not arrayed as one
of these", it could
be interpreted by Paul's writing in 1 Cor 15:49-58 this mortal
on immortality---etc--- and 2Cor 5:1-4 "not that we would
but clothed upon."
Verse 10 says that everyone might receive the things done
in his body,
according to that he has done, whether good or bad. This seems
to what we have done will manifest what we ARE, and our body
life to that extent, and will affect the quality and degree
of HIS LIFE
in us. When John said in 1 John he that has this hope in himself
himself, he was not referring to a hope of Christ's character,
but a hope
of His image in his resurrection.
The overcomers in Rev. 5 are around the throne which is Christ
dominion. They worship him on the basis of what he has been
able to do IN
THEM, and has done it.
Around about the overcomers are the angelic host. They are
the worship of the overcomers who worship the LAMB who liveth
dead. Around about the angelic host are the rest of the created
They worship and receive revelation and change on the basis
revelation of angels who receive revelation from the overcomers
worship out of a finished work done in them by the LAMB who
with the Glory of His Father. Wheels within wheels. We have
error of teaching the resurrection as something in heaven
after we die,
and the benefit of obedience to the Lord as some reward, when
really to release a better quality of resurrection in us.
For the dead
and the living, it is a hope that is to be manifested down
here on the
earth. Whew!! I am reluctant to teach too much about it. Could
I think Jesus meant "your fathers ate manna in the wilderness
and are dead." Not only did they die in the wilderness,
instead of going
across the Jordan, but they missed out on the hope of the
resurrection life he is referring to. They ARE dead, not they
Do you think it should be taught more openly, or should it
only be given
at certain times to certain people??? I am really not sure.
But what you
are teaching about this is very real to me. I you ever would
want to use
this little e-mail, or combine it with your, you are welcome
to do so.