We Partake of The Lamb (And None Were Feeble Pt 2)

One week ago, I posted a writing “And None Were Feeble”. I’d had that verse coming to mind, over and over and over. Just the weekend prior, I was being reminded that though Jesus laid down His own life, He was sacrificed. Yes, sacrificed, just as bulls, goats and lambs were sacrificed  – a covenant cut with man. Then one more piece fell into place: to fellowship with His sufferings. This offering today is the song that came along with the other post, but I thought I’d spaced them out a bit. Much of the following is built on several years of revelations… Be Blessed…


We partake of the Lamb
Who was crucified and sacrificed
We partake of the Lamb
Who was slain
Perfect in every way
Spotless, pure perfection
Innocent in all of His ways

Still He was beaten
Still He was scorned
Battered and bruised and
torn in two
The Holy Lamb of God
The Holy Curtain
Torn that we might enter through

Only through the Lamb
Only through His Blood
May we enter the Holiest Place
Only through the Lamb
Only by His Grace
May we enter to seek His face

We enter into Covenant
Sealed by His Blood
We walk into the Promises
Washed Clean by the Blood

Sealed, Healed and Delivered!
Cleansed and made Whole
We partake of the Body
We partake of the Blood

We partake of His Sufferings
We partake of His Joy
We partake of the Sacrifice
So that we may be One

R S Munchel 2013

cup of the covenant


And None Were Feeble

And there was not one feeble among them (His tribes)

When they partook of the lamb

On the night the firstborn were taken

They were passed over through

The blood of the Lamb

cup of the covenantTake this and eat – this is my Body

Take this and drink – this is my Blood

I am the Bread of Life

The Cup of Salvation – My Blood

Whoever is Hungry, Whoever thirsts

Come to the Table

Come to Me and Drink

Unless you drink of my blood

And eat of My Body

Death will over take you

For no life is within you.

And for as oft as you do this

Remember Me

The Bread of His Presence

A Holy Drink Offering poured out

Ever before His Face

In the Holy Place

Only through the Son

Only by the Blood

The Blood

Well, this has certainly been a morning of stirring already, and it’s only 9:18 am. Shuffling off to the coffee pot, I was drawn to the computer, an urge I attempted to ignore, but then thought, “Hmm, maybe there is something there I need to see this morning”. That, evidently, was an understatement. On the screen was a prophetic word that I’d not gotten to read yesterday, and didn’t want to miss. Things have been stirred up ever since, including a poem. I didn’t exactly intend for it to be a poem – I’d only meant to jot down those couple of thoughts before they escaped me; but out it all popped. 🙂  Will post it lastly.

But while was in the throne room, I was reflecting on this word, and the thoughts that had been stirred up. Internally, I was still seeking more. I was pondering on covenant, specifically His covenant. Every so often, a covenant needs to be renewed… or at least our awareness of and/or committment to. Most of God’s covenants – oaths and promises – were connected to blood. But hey, weren’t most of the ‘god’s’ we read, saw movies, and learned about sacrificed to? And the sacrifice was usually young, pure, innocent virgins. 

God’s ultimate sacrifice was in the form of a pure, innocent, blameless & spotless Lamb – Jesus. And before this sacrifice was made, this same Jesus declared (John 6) that unless one eat of His body, and drank of His blood, they would have no life in them. http://www.blueletterbible.org/tools/printerFriendly.cfm?b=Jhn&c=6&t=KJV&x=13&y=9

cup of the covenant

So here I am thinking about the thought of drinking blood. OOOh gross. But ya know, people did that. Worse.. people still do. Seems to me there’s something else written about that.. about NOT drinking the blood of a slain animal, for it’s life was in it’s blood… Selah

But His life source is in the Blood. What Christians call the sacrament of Communion is the reminder of the covenant of God through His son Jesus, by His Blood. He told his disciples at the table, take and drink, this my blood, the cup of the new covenant. http://www.blueletterbible.org/search/translationResults.cfm?Criteria=this+is+my+blood&t=NLT&sf=5

What if we approached the Table, set out before us remembering EXACTLY what it represents – literally. Then what if we partook of this sacrifice made, and came back into covenant with the One who came into covenant with us, by His blood. By His blood and His suffering, God cut covenant with Mankind, an eternal, once for all, once and for all sacrificial covenant. A natural, spiritual, supernatural and eternal covenant. Life, with Him, forever more. Yeppers… and HE called it Love. 

"Like a Rose..."

“Like a Rose…”

For God, so LOVED the world, that He gave His only begotten Son (unto death!!!), that who-so-ever would believe on Him, would not perish, but have eternal life. (John 3:16) Oh, and that eternal life starts immediately. Knowing God IS eternal life, and fully getting to know Him will take an eternity – oh what a journey it is!!! 🙂

And for those to whom, when the cup is raised with a “Yes Lord” attached, may each and everytime, you remember not only the covenant He’s made, and may your ‘Yes Lord’ be made in return, not only with the agreement to receive what He has offered but also with your renewal of the covenant & your oath to walk it out.


The Blood of Jesus. 

Always available

Always needed

Always precious

Forever Expensive

Yes, Salvation is free

to those who’d receive

Yet Salvation is never free:



It is powerful.

ALL powerful.


Yes, we are redeemed,

Made Holy and Righteous

By the Blood


By the Blood


By the Blood we have


Everything contained

In that Salvation –

Healing, Wholeness,

Protection, Deliverance

Prosperity, Saved,

Forgiven and Set Free


Free to us –

Salvation was earned

By the One who hung

On the Tree

At Calvary


But WE must first

Believe it

Accept it


Receive it


THEN we can

Apply it

And be made

Clean, Well

& Whole

By It.

THEN we’re

To walk covered in It

And free others;

By the Blood

Nothing, Nothing but the Blood of Jesus