Often in ministry we are blessed with an insider view of God’s grace and His working in the lives of individuals. Pastor Kathy Dana shares her experience with this blessing. Thank you, Kathy for sharing with us.
A view from the communion table
Written by Pastor Kathy Dana
The calling to be a pastor is an awesome privilege. We become part of the lives of people God has entrusted to us. We hold very intimate details of their lives. It can be hard. It can be lonely. Yet, it is the greatest blessing of our life's calling.
Among those blessings, I am thankful for the pastor's blessing of the view from the communion table. God revealed this blessing to me on Christmas Eve a few years ago. I was serving the elements at the communion table and as I waited, I looked over the congregation. The Holy Spirit revealed to me the precious saints preparing for communion. I have had the privilege of ministering to many of them through their most difficult seasons of life. I was overwhelmed with the revelation of how God had brought them through.
As pastors we see...
As pastors and ministry women, we are blessed to see all these things and more. The view from the communion table is a gift from God – a glimpse of God’s glory revealed through His people.
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