The Holy Communion is an act of worship we engage every Sunday. It is also known as the Lord’s supper as well as the Eucharist. A term with its roots in the Greek ‘eucharisto’ which means ‘giving of thanks’.
I was compelled to write this article because of two needs that the modern church seem to have.
(A) The high percentage of believers who have never received the Spirit baptism.
(B) Their inadequate knowledge about the Spirit baptism and its purpose.