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<b>This 'Communion' picture was drawn</b>, under the influence of the Holy Spirit, depicting the tree of life (creation), the Wine & Bread of the ‘Last Supper’ and the lifting of Christ high within the lives of His believers, revealing Christ’s Blood and Love for the World.

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This 'Communion' picture was drawn, under the influence of the Holy Spirit, depicting the tree of life (creation), the Wine & Bread of the ‘Last Supper’ and the lifting of Christ high within the lives of His believers, revealing Christ’s Blood and Love for the World.

This picture was drawn, under the influence of the Holy Spirit, depicting the tree of life (creation), the Wine & Bread of the ‘Last Supper’ and the lifting of Christ high within the lives of His believers, revealing Christ’s Blood and Love for the World.

The picture of the Communion of the Bread and the Wine. In the centre of the picture is the cross in the Heart of Christ. Jesus is being lifted up by the two people in worship. To the left of the picture is a tree and its roots spread out to the bearer of the Good News and two roots go to the Grapes and Bread which represent the Blood of Jesus and His Body.

The Tree has an abundance of fruit and leaves. God's Holy Spirit is moving and He is sending forth the Gospel among His people so that they may grow. In the middle of the picture, above the Heart, the seed and Fruit are coming together. His Word has been sown and His Word has grown.

The Grapes and Leaves represent the Vine. God's Vine reaches out to the Tree to become one. From the Vine, Wine is made and goes into a Vessel and is poured into God's Goblet so that we may share together His Communion and be reminded of His Death on the Cross. From the Wine we eat of the Bread which reminds us that His Body was broken for us and is shared among us in Faith coming back to worship Him together as a Family of Christ.


Pray that there will be a 'revival' in your region and the Nation. This Nation has seen 'Christian Revivals' in the past; as for example in the '1904 Welsh Revival' and the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, where a Christian Revival took place in 1949, led by Duncan Campbell.

Revivals normally take place in one region and then spread to other regions.

The Holy Spirit moves wherever He pleases and responds to people humbling themselves before Jesus Christ and crying out for mercy and forgiveness. 2 Chronicles 7:14 'If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land'.

Joel 2:24 'I will pour out My Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions. Even on your servants, both men and women, I will pour out My Spirit in those days'.

John 3:5 Jesus answered, "I tell you the truth, no-one can enter the Kingdom of God unless he is born of water and the Spirit. Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. You should not be surprised at My saying, 'You must be born again'. The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot hear where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit."

There are quite a few accounts of revivals in the UK: John Wesley and friends in the 1700’s, Dwight L Moody 1860’s, Hugh Bourne Stoke 1807, Cornish William Haslam 1850, Belfast 1859, William & Bramwell Booth (Salvation Army) Whitechapel London 1878, Welsh 1904, Smith Wigglesworth 1920’s, East Scotland 1921, Lewis 1949 and so forth.

Christian revival takes place when the Holy Spirit, mentioned by Jesus Christ in the Bible, moves in a sovereign way to bring conviction of sin and leading people into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, who is deity; Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

May we all be encouraged to open up our homes, church buildings every day & evening to pray for revival.

We would be pleased to come along to your Church fellowship, to share and pray for revival.