How 31 Days of Communion Has Changed My Life


When I started on this 31 Day Challenge, I was really quite freaked out about finding enough material to write about for 31 Days, in fact several times I wrote out a list of what I would write about and only got 7 days worth of ideas.  I nearly didn’t do it, in fact it was the day of the 1st October that I decided to jump in and try.   The month before I had tried to do a pre-run and get organised and ask for testimonies so I would be super organised, and remember to take communion every day.  Didn’t happen.

God has supplied me every day with just the right blog to write, and put books in my path to study and do chapter outlines on.

A few things I learnt was that blogging really did require a routine. I needed to take Miss 2 out every morning and get her tired so that she would sleep in the afternoon and give me time to write.  When I didn’t do this, the writing didn’t happen, because nights just didn’t work for me more than once or twice.

Spiritually I learnt a lot more though.  I am far more confident in myself in what I believe and why.  Studying communion has been something I would recommend everyone does, it’s very foundational to understanding the Old and New Covenants and how they link together.  When you have that foundation and the foundation of how God sees you now, your life is built on such a solid foundation.

I feel confident now to share with people what I believe, where before I really didn’t.


2 Timothy 2:15

Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.


  I also feel far more stable in my doctrine, and that I’m not going to be tossed around.


Ephesians 4:14

That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning.


I’m understanding the covenant of healing we have with God so much better, not just that but everything we have available to us in the covenant.


Some of my favourite discoveries during this study of communion have been



and definitely the testimony from Robyn Small on



And looking into all the Biblical Methods of Healing

and finally the dream I had where God highlighted 3 Communion Breakthrough Keys




In August and September when I was staying with family and then had some staying with us, I was wondering what my ‘next thing’ would look like, in this new town, and God said He would show me when they all went home. That was my communion study, and though in a sense it’s been lonely, because I’ve been focused on this.   Now God has said He would show me my next thing, and by all the prophetic words coming our way, maybe with my foundations solid, it’s time to step into evangelism.


The prayers and supplications made were more than just empty red candy wrappers, they were the very blood of the lamb sprinkled and drawn into a blood line.

About Elizabeth

My name is Elizabeth Ainsworth, a wife and mother in QLD Australia who shares her ponderings of faith at Where Deep Calls to Deep

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