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A Reflection on Communing With Jesus

by | Jul 21, 2021 | Deliverance, Freedom in Christ, Relationship

It is March 2, 2019. I’m viewing the film “The life of Jesus”

Jesus said: “Take, eat; this is my body … Drink from it, all of you, for this is my blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many, for the remission of sins.” (Matthew 26:26-28 NKJV)

I pray: “Jesus, what do you mean by ‘eat, this is my body, and drink, and this is my blood’? I’m sure we did not really understand all of what you mean about “eat my flesh, drink my blood”.

The next morning, I’m sitting, saying my morning prayers and reading, I’m reflecting on Jesus’ words from last night. I have to write what is coming to me. I am reminded of a course I followed several years ago called “The Five Human Soul Wounds”. I reflect on the fact that Jesus has experienced them all, and also that He has overcome them all and can heal us. I understand that He wants us to commune our soul to his soul for healing and be set free from those wounds with His power.

I see that it is possible through Jesus’ grace, by surrendering to Him and requesting healing and victory. I began to apply this solution since then. I can now tell that it has been beneficial for me, and I hope to share this with others who seek, like me, all solutions and hope in Jesus. I am not in the medical field, but I am a believer in Christ Jesus to be our healer. Jesus wants us to be happy, joyful and free. To become overcomers with Him, and like Him.

I’d like to share with you more about the five human soul wounds and how Christ can heal us.  Read more about it here.

“Take my yoke upon you, and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly (humble) in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” (Matthew 11:29 NKJV)

JULY 16, 2021

The human being can experience five different “soul blisters”. Each one carries its own fear and survival reactions to survive the pain. We subconsciously tend to conceal our wounds with survival behaviours.

Fear: Panic
Profile: The flyer
Need: Belonging- Acceptation
Effects: We hold our feelings inside. We fear solitude; we tend towards anxiety, anguish and panic. We become people-pleasers and peacemakers to avoid rejection. We may even begin to reject ourselves.

Fear: Solitude
Profile: The dependent, or co-dependent
Need: Adoption- Belonging- Attention
Effects: Abandonment causes us to require attention, to feel victimized, lonely and sad. We rely on others for our happiness. We become dependent and we dramatize situations. We are quick to try and reconcile differences and we fear being assertive. We may even abandon ourselves.

Fear: Freedom
Profile: The self-destroyer
Need: Freedom – Approbation – Being Recognized
Effects: We don’t listen to our own needs. We try to save the world, and in the process, we exhaust, overwhelm and neglect ourselves. We lack self-respect, and we ignore our intuitions and preferences.

Fear: “Dropping the ball”
Profile: The Controller
Need: Confidence- Faithfulness
Effects: We have difficulty delegating. We become manipulative. We have high expectations, and we impose our own points of view. We develop a sense of superiority. We lack tact and are impatient. We come off as authoritarian. Our moods shift dramatically and often. We worry too much about what people think, and in our efforts to avoid further betrayal, we tend to betray ourselves.

Fear: Coldness
Profile: The Rigid
Need: Freedom
Effects: We separate ourselves from our emotions. We become perfectionistic, cold and envious. We refuse help, fearing that someone else cannot do it as well as we can. We hide our emotions, we don’t respect our limits, we have a deep-seated need to be right. We justify our own actions, and we are hard on ourselves and others. Our ego suffocates our joy.

Through Jesus’ resurrection, He gave us a precious gift.

When we commune our soul with His living soul, He heals and replaces our soul wounds with the following:

Rejection is healed and replaced with His Acceptance
Abandonment is healed and replaced with His Adoption
Humiliation is healed and replaced with Jesus’ Approbation
Betrayal is healed and replaced with His Faithfulness
Injustice is healed and replaced with His Justice

“Take my yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly (humble) in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy, and My burden is light.” (Matthew 11:29 NKJV)

How do we apply this communion?

Every time we get hurt in our soul, we need to voice it out loud (if not possible, just say it inside yourself) “I feel — when this person says or does this. I surrender to you Jesus this wound, I ask you to heal it and replace it with your promises. Please replace my rejection for Your Acceptance etc. Thank You for Your Acceptance, I receive it.”

This was shown to me on March 2, 2019. I have applied it many times and now I can glorify Jesus’ power of healing and I can better place myself beyond circumstances. No wonder I love you, Jesus!

Prayer: Thank you for having shown me this, and allowing me to share it with those who, like me, are seeking Your healing. Amen.

Lucie Vaillancourt
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