Communion Prayer

Download the prayer declarations we use at Freedom Church when sharing the covenant meal.

Applying the body and blood of Jesus (updated 2015)

You are welcome to print, use and freely share this document, but please do not modify it in any way.

You can learn more about the content of this prayer in the following blog posts:

in Communion, a four-part mp3 audio teaching series from 2015 in which Mike takes the prayer line by line, (approximately three hours of teaching)

and in the whole Transformation series.

Note: If you are looking for the original version of the prayer, as quoted in the blog posts Transformation Through Communion and Eat This Bread, Live Forever, please click here.

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18 thoughts on “Communion Prayer”

  1. Is the Communion audio teaching series supposed to be included with this program? When I click on the link, it takes me to a page where I can purchase the series. Thank you.

    1. Hi

      It depends on what device you wish to download it on.

      On a pc and most recent Apple Mac devices, right-click the link and select ‘Save link as’ or something similar.
      On some other devices you may need to left-click to view the document and then save it.
      On an iPhone or iPad, you probably can’t download it unless you have a download manager app – or perhaps someone else knows a way?

      If none of that helps, then you can email us at admin@freedomarc.org, and we will send you the file as an attachment by email.

      Blessings

      Jeremy

  2. Thank you so much for this amazing communion prayer! We are learning how important and powerful communion is and how it is not simply the religious ritual it has become in so many places. This prayer has opened up a whole new level of revelation for us! Many blessings on you guys.

  3. The Lord spoke to me this morning through John 14:12. He had me speak and declare it several times. Then He spoke ” don’t be disheartened My daughter you will see and do the ” greater works” soon.” It’s been a long difficult path but our God is always faithful. Such an encouraging word and felt it needed to be shared for those needing to be encouraged.

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