Awesome Visits to Heaven During Communion

These are recent testimonies from some of the Heart Dwellers Prayer Warriors team during their own personal Lord’s Suppers.

The Lord has been teaching us clearly that it is His express desire that we ALL celebrate Communion with Him, every day. Here is an excerpt from one of our videos:

Jesus began, “You, My Bride, must be nourished on My Body and My Blood as well. This is our point of physical union: the bread becomes a part of you physically, and because of that, you and I become One. You are fruitful and bear spiritual children, as well as being strengthened for the journey.

“I want each of you to design your own communion service using, the Last Supper as your guide. To the degree that you believe, to that degree I will be present to you [emphasis mine].

“As things become darker and darker, I want to strengthen you completely in every possible way. The reception of My Body and Blood is one of many ways, but profoundly important to Me.”

Jesus then quoted from John 6:47-51, “Very truly I tell you, the one who believes has eternal life. I am the bread of life. Your ancestors ate the manna in the wilderness, yet they died. But here is the bread that comes down from heaven, which anyone may eat and not die. I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats this bread will live forever. This bread is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.”

“I long to be received into the heart of My Bride. I long to share this communion with you. I long that we should be One in every possible way. Do not deny Me access to your bodies through communion. Do not abstain from receiving Me because you have fallen. It is the sick that need communion the most. First, confess to Me what you have done, sincerely from the heart repenting, and then you may receive.”

Just after that message from Jesus, Clare wrote ‘Communion Service, Very Simple.’ In this, she laid out a very easy-to-follow pattern for people to use, for those who would like to celebrate with the Lord in an honouring way. This teaching can be found, along with all the other teachings we have about Communion, in an Album on Vimeo called ‘Communion.’

Go to https://vimeo.com/albums/5529468

Experiences during Communion

Recently Clare shared an email with the Prayer Warriors. One of our men had written to her to share his experience with the Lord during communion. This was his account:

“I have to say, the instructions you sent for the Lord’s Suppers are a great blessing! I have made a new devotion to the Lord with it. I have, with His TREMENDOUS grace, devoted my mornings to Him. It has been SUCH a blessing to me, you will only know in Heaven. I have met many of the great Saints during the ‘hug’ section. It is truly true that the Saints in Heaven attend our Celebrations. But the most precious thing of all has been the closeness I now feel with Jesus.

“Did I say thank you already? THANK you for obeying our Lord Jesus in helping us see Him as He truly is, the tender Bridegroom, the purest Lover ever, the most amazing, kind, gentle, strong, loving Husband and God and Lover ever and ever.”

He went on to talk about his visit to Heaven then:

Children in Heaven

“I had a beautiful experience today. Jesus took me to Heaven, and I was flooded with little children. I would say they were as tall as my leg, barely over my knees. They all thanked me for praying for them… I soon got to see a LOT more, each running to other persons as I was there… I think they liked us so much that they took our names for themselves. I had been praying for aborted children to be baptized in the water and blood of Jesus that gushed from His side. Could there be a correlation there?”

Clare circulated Sam’s email and wrote, “Heart Dwellers, the Lord’s Suppers are not meant to rival mass on the Internet or in churches. They are given primarily as a powerful tool to get closer to the Lord and make your prayers more powerful. Sam has truly connected and I’m thrilled. So much wonderful fruit will come from this. It has become SO simple, simple enough for all.”

Soon there were even more replies from the Prayer Warriors, with more precious experiences with the Lord. One of the women wrote:

Dear Sam,

“I could HUG you… I really could! Thanks to your awesome testimonial, I’ve moved on a bit.

“Yesterday, although I didn’t see anything during my Lord’s Supper, I was aware of Saint Padre Pio walking up to me and saying that he is praying for me…

“But today, I was really THERE! I saw Jesus sitting down and there were lots and lots of very young children rushing around, excited to be with Jesus. Some came up to me, but I didn’t hear any of them speak. Standing near Jesus was Saint Padre Pio holding a little child in his arms and smiling. It was very clear, as though I was really THERE — not at all hazy, like visions can be for me.

“I pondered on what made it different today. One thing that may have helped is that I was so relaxed — chatting to the Saints during my Lord’s Supper and telling them how I appreciate their prayers for those I’m praying for, and adding how much I would love to see them.

“I’m sharing this because your beautiful testimony made such a difference to me, and hopefully mine will help someone, too. I was RELAXED… EXPECTING something to happen… and EXCITED. Anyway, it worked for me.”

And then one of the other men wrote:

A truly awesome experience

“This morning while I was in Dwelling prayer, I saw the Lord hanging on His Cross. I was at His feet, kissing and washing them. The song ‘Let Your Pain Touch My Pain,’ was playing in the background.

“I floated up to Him and embraced all His bloody torso, warmly. His Blood flowing copiously over me. Soon, I was up next to Him, nailed on my own cross to His left. Holy Spirit was upon me very strongly during all of this. I have been carrying a cross of sadness for lost souls the Lord is grieving over, that we have been interceding for.

“Later on, while celebrating the Lord’s Supper, many Saints were present. Saints Francis, Faustina, and Lawrence of the Resurrection (He is a French Carmelite Lay brother from the 7th century)… they were all among them. Our Lady was with us, as well. Jesus and I were in the center. He was still a bloody pulp in my arms.

“As we (Mary, the Saints, and I) prayed for the lost, and for His Church, and for the Heart Dwellers, I saw myself taking a balm with two fingers of my right hand and applying it to each of His wounds—which stopped bleeding and closed it up. And then I would wash them with water. When I got to the Crown of Thorns, I was given a bottle of fragrant ointment, which I poured over His head, and the thorny Crown dissolved.

“After washing His head, hair, and face, I received Him (in Communion) and we all joined our hands in worship and thanksgiving. And He was raised up, Glorious and Shining, with a great smile on His face. (Which is I usually how see Him.) And we held each other, turning slowly in Heaven, among the clouds.

“He takes such comfort from us, Family. Our love for Him and for others through prayer and charity is a balm, and the washing of His wounds.”

Next, one of the women wrote. This one goes a little off the subject of the Lord’s Supper, but it’s a powerful testimony to how we can re-enter ANY time in His life here on Earth and be with Him. Especially the hours of His Passion.

She began, “It was a while ago, but I told Him I would keep Him company in the prison before His crucifixion. And I could see Him clearly. He was sitting on a kind of cold slab. The soldiers didn’t see me, and they were taunting Him. I sat so close to Him and put my arms around Him, and His head was bent some. I could sense He was suffering so much, in a lot of pain; they must have beaten Him all the more.

“He just had me stay there with Him with my arms around Him holding Him close to me, trying to comfort Him as best I could. It wasn’t a long vision. Just enough that I was glad that I could afford Him some consolation. I don’t even think we spoke any words, because we really didn’t need to. We just had to be close to each other, and I just had to hold Him.”

The email continued, “Jesus said once to Gabrielle Bossis, in the book ‘He and I‘, “Visit Me in My day...” Since He sees Time all in one glance, you can be with Him in Gethsemane, which He really, really loves. I’ve been there, too, with Him—holding Him as I know others have. And this is for just everyone to do!

“So, don’t hesitate to just go back in His time in your imagination, this gift that He gave us, (our imaginations) that we can be with Him in any way that we can imagine. And He just feels everything for real. For instance, He said (again, this is from the book ‘He and I’) “Take My hand, Gabrielle. Come be with Me in the Garden as if it’s that very night. Even though I am God, I am very distressed, and your presence is comforting to Me. Oh, how I need the presence of My loved ones around Me!’”

“How wonderful it is that He allows us to touch Him this way! It is so sweet to let us know that WE are a balm and comfort to Him—just as He is to us. How precious is this Love He gives us— to cherish and hold in return! There are just are no words…”

If we love Jesus with all our heart He will not allow the enemy to deceive us

Maybe you are sceptical about the visits to Heaven that some are experiencing nowadays during their personal, daily Lord’s Supper? This is of God! The enemy would never have anything to do with something that brings us so very much closer to Jesus and strengthens our faith.

First of all, in our individual Lord’s Suppers we spend time in worship, then we search our hearts in depth, and repent of all known sin before we begin our Communion. We know that imagination is a gift we have all been given. We think prayerfully about Jesus, longing to see Him, and the Holy Spirit does the rest. Our hearts are His, our will is His, and there is nothing coming between us and our Lord. He will never allow us to make a mistake.

In June 2017, I was rushed to hospital by ambulance in the middle of the night. I had to have an emergency operation; they told me later that I could have died. My fellow prayer warriors were in prayer for me. As I thought about Jesus, loving Him in my heart, I saw Him come and sit on my hospital bed day after day, looking lovingly at me. Oh, those eyes of love and compassion… I’m lost for words.

Jesus is still suffering today

Abortion is breaking His heart. He feels the excruciating pain of babies who are literally torn limb from limb in their mothers’ womb. Those who survive an attempted abortion are given no medical attention whatsoever and are left to die in agony in a bucket. Their cries must be heartbreaking to hear. Jesus knows what those babies were destined to be. Furthermore, He sees the sons and daughters who would have been born to them, and that their destinies had been denied them too. His tender heart is utterly broken.

The barbaric trafficking of young children, who die very soon from their horrendous internal injuries, is also breaking the heart of our Lord.

Jesus also weeps over the terror and excruciating pain of the many victims of satanic sacrifice, kept in the dark for days on end and given no food. Then they are tortured prior to being murdered and offered in sacrifice to Satan.

Likewise, Jesus grieves over the victims of domestic violence… over the murderers… over the suffering of the homeless and starving… over the extortioners and the drug addicts… the list is endless. Yes, without a shadow of a doubt Jesus is still suffering today; He longs for us to console Him and has told us so.

Notes from So Greatly Loved

‘Let Your Pain Touch My Pain’

This beautiful song, referred to in one of the testimonies, was written by Ezekiel du Bois:

Echoes in my mind, mirrors back in Time. Spirits yet entwined, softly speaking. Embers in my soul, layers yet unfold, Hearts are open wide calling Your name.

Let your pain touch My pain.

Let your wounds touch My wounded heart. Let your dying touch My dying.

Let your pain touch My pain.

Let your wounds touch My wounded heart. Let your dying touch My dying.

And be healed.

Passions fall away, living for today.

Garden filled with grace quietly waiting. Banquet of your love, flowing from your side. Marriage bed of suffering for Your Bride.

Let your pain touch My pain.

Let your wounds touch My wounded heart. Let your dying touch My dying.

Let your pain touch My pain.

Let your wounds touch My wounded heart. Let your dying touch My dying.

And be healed.

Let Your pain touch My pain.

Let your wounds touch My wounded heart. Let your dying touch My dying.

Let your pain touch My pain.

Let your wounds touch My wounded heart.

Let your dying touch My dying.

And be healed. And be healed. And be healed.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

He and I’

This book, which is referred to above and is one of my own favourite books, is the Journal written by Gabrielle Bossis (1874-1950) in which she shared her own personal experiences with Jesus. She was a French Catholic, and a successful career woman, who had an exceptionally close walk with Jesus. Her frequent encounters with Him are beautifully recorded in this inspiring book; it frequently sells out at Amazon. French speakers may be interested to know that ‘He and I’ is available in the original French, ‘Lui et Moi.’

Author: sogreatlyoved

I was born in England in the middle of WWII. I am a retired Spanish and French teacher, and in later years I became a Bible School lecturer. My husband and I have been very happily married for almost fifty years. We have three children and three grandchildren. The most important choice I made in my life was to ask Jesus Christ to come into my heart and be my Saviour. I was born again during my first term at university in 1961, after searching for the truth for several years. Jesus has brought me into a beautiful, close, intimate walk with Him and I chat to Him often throughout the day. When my husband and I took early retirement we worked as missionaries in India. We were privileged to see awesome healing miracles, and many lives transformed by the power of God. I have also worked for Jesus in Spain, France and South Africa. It is very much on my heart to write about the breathtakingly wonderful things I have seen Jesus do, and to encourage others to trust Him for themselves. The Lord has always been there for me through the fifty-eight years I have known Him. He has never let me down, and His grace is always more than sufficient in times of need. Jesus shows His boundless love for me in so many ways. Truly, I am So Greatly Loved.

2 thoughts on “Awesome Visits to Heaven During Communion”

  1. Thank you, Valerie. I’m learning a lot from our Prayer Warriors. The testimony which begins, “Dear Sam, I could HUG you!” is mine. It was my first experience of seeing a glimpse of Heaven a few days ago. I think testimonies can be tremendously helpful because they encourage others to think that they too might move

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