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The Power of Communion

Accessing Miracles Through the Body and Blood of Jesus
Narrated by: Brenda G. Brown
Length: 2 hrs and 45 mins
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Miracles wait at the communion table

For centuries, the Church has observed the Lord’s Supper as part of corporate worship, instituted by Jesus Himself. But for many Christians today, this tradition can be a confusing ritual. Are we missing something in this ancient sacrament? 

Beni and Bill Johnson - best-selling authors and senior leaders of Bethel Church in Redding, California - had a miraculous revelation while celebrating communion. In The Power of Communion, they reveal how this sacred practice is an often overlooked opportunity to release God’s power in your life! 

Don’t settle for a lifeless routine. God is supernaturally present in the sacrament of Communion! Learn to embrace this prophetic act of remembrance, worship, warfare, and healing as it was always meant to be! 

Discover practical keys for...

  • Healing: release the healing testimony of Jesus’ blood and body over sickness. 
  • Deliverance: announce the eternal victory of Jesus over torment, addiction and bondage. 
  • Warfare: shift spiritual atmospheres over you, your family and even world events. 
  • Presence: experience new dimensions of God’s glory as you apply Jesus’ victory over your life. 

There are miracles just waiting to be released that Jesus' atonement already paid for! Discover The Power of Communion today!

©2019 Beni Johnson (P)2019 Destiny Image Audio

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I LOVE the whole content of this book. It has great revelation on the subject of the title. However, I was distracted by MANY mispronunciations of words. For instance Psalms became Palms and lymph nodes became lymph noids, and scourging became scour-a-ging. There are many others like Deuteronomy and prophetic were mispronounced. I would really like to see this book be re-narrated and put back out again so that the full content as was intended by the authors can come through. Bill and Beni Johnson have many great books on Audible and the low rating in NO way reflects on them, but SOLELY on the narration. There is mispronunciation throughout the book. To Bill and Beni I would like to say that you have done it again and given us a great book. Just please re-narrate it with someone else who can pronounce the words. Thank you so much.

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Excellent content, distracting narration

Loved this book. The narrator has a wonderful voice, but she mis-read multiple words in the text, which was very distracting.

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great book, however...

the book is absolutely fantastic, however the reader isnt pronouncing the books of the Bible correctly and I believe she is totally mispronouncing the word "prophetic" and many other words...

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Great Content, weird recording.

I loved this book, don't get me wrong. The content and the stories and the experience Beni Johnson teaches, truly brings communion to new life. My only complaint, is the reader. She pronounces common words, so oddly! Like the word Prophetic, or Prophetically, also lymph nodes and the word Psalms...not palms. It's really a small thing.

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Pro-fek-tik - NO

Not being able to pronounce the word 'prophetic' and lack of enthusiasm for the topic...definitely took away from what would otherwise be a very goid audiobook. Boring reader. so sorry, but sadly true.

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Amazing content!!

The subject and content of this book are wonderful. However, it is poorly read. The computer generated speech and continual
mispronunciation of words was difficult to listen to.
Please put up with the poor reading and focus on content. It can change your life.

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Powerful must read

The Author and the book it self are great. However the Narrator constantly pronounces words wrong. It is by far the worst narration I have ever heard and frankly should be redone. I can understand that nor everyone knows the words Prophesy and prophetic but even the scripture she quotes is missed pronounced. Like instead of saying iniquities she said inequalities. Audible owes it to the author to have this redone.

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Many mispronounced words

Many mispronounced words by narrator gave me the impression that the narrator wasn't familiar with Christian practices or theology. I would suggest a new recording of this wonderful book.

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Weak narration doesn't justify the message.

What? Don't they edit these narrations anymore? I'm very familiar with the bible and I'm a little zealous for the Word of God. Although the message of our (we devout Christians) healing and wholeness is in the communion(s) I tend to get a little upset when the narrator mispronounces many simple and well known but important words that are in the Bible. Words like prophetic is pronounced propectic and psalms as palms, Deuteronomy as Doo to rommy and many others? It makes me think that whoever orchestrated this production was doing this half heartedly and was probably doing it only to get paid. The narration does not in any way justify the meaty principle in this book. I would still recommend the book for reading. But brace yourself for a bunch of stupidness.

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Great

Loved great I learned so much thank you for this. This is a treasure. I'm grateful for this

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  • Jules
  • 04-16-19

Profound book

I started taking communion once-a-day awhile ago and I’m finding it very powerful so was keen to listen to this book. I found it excellent and enlightening, revealing new aspects I hadn’t considered.
My only gripe is the narration. Many words are mispronounced including prophetic and Psalms both of which occur frequently in the book and many other words were also mispronounced. I found it very distracting. Did no one edit the book or monitor the recording?
Apart from that I highly recommend it.

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  • Dudu
  • 05-16-19

Awesome Hidden Truth

Personally have seen the power of Communion in my life. This is the most amazing book I have read on communion.