Readers Comments on “Communion Resurrected”

Readers Comments on “Communion Resurrected”

“One of the best things I have ever done is to read “Communion Resurrected”. I mean it!

It was sitting on my shelf for 18 months gathering dust.  I really struggled to bring myself to pick it up.  Having read it, the reason is obvious.  Communion is an incredible story, an even more incredible gift.  I can see why the kingdom of darkness has sown so much confusion and dissension about this truth, leaving most of the church wallowing in a hollow ritual, bereft of the life support Jesus so wants us to have – himself.  Himself physically present in us, complimenting the Holy Spirit whenever we take communion.  

I cannot stress enough what an incredible comfort and life changing experience this new understanding of communion has been. It becomes an oasis of security, reassurance and intimacy with Jesus every time I take it” F Percival,  QLD, Australia

“Ground breaking and Foundational.  If the foundation isn’t right, the building isn’t.  This book can revolutionize people, families, a church or an organisation. Once this is done and practised, it is life changing” Dr David Brock,Alaska. 

What I believed about communion, growing up in a mostly protestant background, and what I know now to be true about communion, has truly changed my daily walk as a Christian and increased my intimacy with Christ profoundly. If you want to grow in your relationship with Christ in a way you may have never expected – through daily communion with the resurrected Jesus – this is a must read. For those of you who come from the communion background of oyster crackers and grape juice on the 4th Sunday of the month (like myself), I believe your eyes will be opened wide and you will be excited to find out how much more there is to the story! So very grateful to Peter Toth for writing this book!!  Comment by “Kam” USA

 

Peter’s style of writing is direct and uncluttered. This book is easy to read and full of nuggets of revelation about the power of Communion and the intention Jesus has for it in our daily lives. Most Christians have listened to many teachings on Communion,and know the scriptures in the new testament. This book is wonderfully embedded in scriptures, but also reveals communion with additional insight that is refreshing to read and challenged any apathetic attitudes remaining about the importance of communion in my life. B Lepson, North Carolina