Remember HIM

Day 14: Remember HIM

14 October 2022

3.4 MINS


May the Lamb of God Receive the reward for His suffering!


“… when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, ‘Take, eat; this is My body which is broken for you; do this in remembrance of Me.’ In the same manner He also took the cup after supper, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant in My blood. This do, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me.’”
— 1 Corinthians 11:24-25 (NKJV)


A communion revival is in progress across the earth. The Ecclesia is coming to the Lord’s table with a fresh revelation of the Lord Jesus Christ. What is the Lord asking us to remember?

In the scriptures above, there is a tender appeal of the Lord to remember how HE chose the cup of suffering for us as the joy that was set before HIM.

Remember Jesus experienced fear, anxiety, depression, rejection and dread that was so intense that HE sweated blood. Remember HE was betrayed by His own disciple and was taken as a prisoner.

Remember He was mocked, spat upon, his beard plucked out. Remember He was falsely accused and charged as a criminal by His own people. Remember HE wore a crown of thorns and was whipped and lashed viciously till HE could not be recognised.

Remember HE bled all the way as HE carried the cross that was heavier than HIM and needed help to not quit. Remember HE was crucified and placed between two criminals.

Remember HE was Bruised, wounded and pierced and chastised for our Sins, transgressions and iniquities as HIS BLOOD poured out from HIS broken body.

Remember HE forgave those who unjustly crucified Him and that HE died of a broken heart, full of love, forgiveness and unbearable pain.

Remember on the third day HE rose from the grave, conquering the power of death and sin – HE is the resurrection and the life.

Remember HIS BLOOD is now at the mercy seat of God forever, speaking a better word over God’s judgement and wrath — pleading mercy.

Remember HE is the Perfect Sacrifice, the Lamb who was slain for our sins of yesterday, today and tomorrow. Remember HE has Overcome Sin and death and so shall we.

Beloved of God, whatever situation we are facing, Jesus has suffered through the same and overcome it. We now have a high priest who is able to sympathise with us — He was tempted as we are and yet without sin.

The Blood of the sinless Lamb of God paid not only for the remission of sins, but also demonstrates the power of forgiveness to wash away our sins. The power of guilt and shame is removed and the sin as red as crimson is now washed as white as snow.

May this truth revive the individual believer and the collective body of Christ in our nation and the world!




Father, thank You for Your beloved Son Who is the Lamb Who was slain before the foundation of the world and is seated at Your right hand. Thank You for Jesus, Who knew no sin and became our sin that we might become Your righteousness.

We repent of our sins that have defiled the land and have grieved and quenched Your Holy Spirit. Forgive us. We repent of all filthiness of the flesh and spirit and ask for You to cleanse our soul, heart and mind by Jesus’ precious blood.

As we come into this revival of knowing You through acknowledging Your body and blood, discerning the body, and not unworthily eating or drinking condemnation, we ask You to revive us and heal us to wholeness and fullness of the image of Your son Jesus. May we be the spotless bride and the sheep nation — the reward of the Lamb of God for all HIS suffering.

Hallelujah to the lamb of God seated on the throne. We worship You. Amen.

Author BioMolly Joshi

Molly is a disciple of Jesus called to prophetic intercession, day and night prayer, and revival for Australia. Molly and her husband Viney are the founders of Revival Prayer Watch ministries. Since 2006, they have been apostolically aligned with Victory Life Church, Toowoomba, under Ps Jimmy. They have been ardent supporters of the Canberra Declaration since 2012.

Prayer Points for 31 Days of Prayer & Fasting for Revival

  1. To worship Jesus and give extravagant praise to God. Hebrews 12:28-29
  2. Pray that the Lamb who was slain might receive the reward for His suffering. Revelation 5:6-14
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  1. Kaylene Emery 15 October 2022 at 3:46 pm - Reply

    As I learn to understand I am able to remember and He has given me time to learn.
    Thank you Molly.

  2. Molly Joshi 18 October 2022 at 12:46 am - Reply

    Thank you kaylene.

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