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9th Day of ‘8 Days of Communion’: the roads and country lanes

Communion has become a cherished moment of each day for many around the world. Many communities are introducing this practice to their family. Stories of those who are being impacted are thousands. Truly, once one opens the door for Him to come in He begins to dine with them. He shares His food (treasures of His testimony) and He awaits to receive ours. He loves to eat!

This morning I told Him (knowing full well that He knows everything) that I had eaten earthly food before coming to the table to be with Him. Personally, I like to break bread first. You know that overwhelming feeling of having been fed by the Bread of Life? It makes you feel “full,” often times even physically. Like you’ve eaten a full meal. Anyway, yes, He did respond.

This is what He said.  “I was hungry, and you fed me.”

I was stunned. He spoke again, showing me a vision of a man without a home – homeless. He said, “He is part of My body, My flesh. As you feed them, you are feeding Me. You are feeding my Body. They may not know Me yet, but they have come out of Me. They carry a part of My flesh.”

The scripture in Matthew 25 was remembered while He spoke.

“… For I was hungry, and you fed Me. I was thirsty, and you gave Me a drink. I was a stranger, and you invited Me into your home. I was naked, and you gave Me clothing. I was sick, and you cared for Me. I was in prison, and you visited Me.’

“Then these righteous ones will reply, ‘Lord, when did we ever see You hungry and feed You? Or thirsty and give You something to drink? Or a stranger and show You hospitality? Or naked and give You clothing? When did we ever see You sick or in prison and visit You?’

“And the King will say, ‘I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these My brothers and sisters, you were doing it to Me’

Matthew 25:35-40

There is no human being created outside of Creator God. Yes, He as Creator of all humankind encompasses us all. Which means that we are closer to each other than we think. Equal in the eyes of God.

Again, the groan – the anguish comes. Yes, the joy of His heart is so real. He is abounding with joy as He sees His family awakening to the reality of “all humankind has been created by Him”, and “He longs for their arrival.” But how can we eat without the entire family at the table? He waits.

Jesus, when we were in the wilderness You fed us. You came to us and gave us Food to eat. You brought us out of our homelessness, and into Your House. Thank You!!

Let’s give the Bread of Life His body back. One meal at a time.

“Then the master told his servant,

Go out to the roads and country lanes

and compel them to come in,

so that My house will be full.”

Luke 14:23

Partaking at His Table and Headed out to the Streets,

Much love, Briskilla


MARK YOUR CALENDAR: May 7th, 2019 Communion around the table via Facebook Live. Search for Priscilla Zananiri.

We intend to meet at the table once per month. Once 2020 arrives we will begin to add days for the strategic assignment of unifying His Body for the sake of the breakthrough.


For previous link of ‘8 Days of Communion” writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/18/8-days-of-communion-he-will-re-member-his-body/


What a joy it has been to be with you through the ‘8 Days of Communion.”

Our hearts are so grateful for all of you. Please know that you made room for the Lord to birth through us all something for our nations. There is evidence that hearts were transformed, that The Bread of Life spoke, and hearts were united.

God said,

“If My people will come together participating in communion, they will form My body across the atmosphere of their nation becoming a covering.” He said. “This unity (this joining) of My Body will silence the mouth of witchcraft, through the power and life of My blood. This unity of My family around communion will make room for Me to destroy the ploys of the powers of darkness.” He said, “The spilled blood of the Lamb is more powerful than all of the blood spilled unjustly.” He would dispel all witchcraft intended to be released in 2020.

A Father of the faith in Egypt (Refaat), reminded saying, “When all the houses in Egypt participated in Passover (communion – the covenant meal), God executed His judgment on the false gods of Egypt.” This is worthy of our arising today in the presence of the I Am. He is Holiness.

“…against all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments—I am the Lord…”

Exodus 12:12

Isn’t that amazing!!

The Great I AM has provided for us a more excellent way! We commune as a family, and He will remove/abolish the powers of darkness. We celebrate He who is the First Fruit of heaven, and He will remove the tares/evil spirits which have grown within the fields of the seven mountain spheres and beyond.  His angel armies will deal with the second heaven realm of warfare.


8 Days of Communion: He Will Re-Member His Body

First a story

Days of ‘family gathering’ had just come to a finish. More than 32 Minority Tribes gathered for four days. These days were meant as an embrace of love by making room for the expression of their life experiences, both painful and joyful moments. Such a surreal time was followed by releasing forgiveness to one another and to the majority of peoples while choosing to begin the walk of covenant together. Yes, learning to become one family was in process. This time was glorious, a first for many.

On to the second assignment

Local food vendors satisfy the adventurous heart and are a personal favorite pastime. This night it was probably not the wisest thing to do. The result was two days in bed, sick in a nation dear to many.  Meanwhile, one of the fathers of the movement asked my host if I would join him the next morning to spend time with some of the treasured people. How could I say no? The next few hours leading up to the appointment were spent trying to gain as much physical strength as possible. By the time the morning hour arrived it was doable.

Once situated in the car he said, “I would like you to spend some time speaking with this group of friends.” Because this was unbeknownst to me, I really needed to hear the Lord speak. This was my first time in this nation and I had already been deeply impacted within the first ten days of this nine-week journey. There was nothing in me wanting a platform. Most days I wanted to sit against the wall and just listen and observe.

Why would I say such a thing? It’s because when one sits in the midst of a people who have been formed by the hand of the Lord in hiddenness, having been persecuted so deeply, there is a pricelessness which one does not want to devalue by touching.

A short intermission

Within moments of arriving in the nation, I had realized how much I had allowed God’s invitation to live for Him to become adulterated. This is not condemnation but instead ascribing of a season of sanctifying holy fire. God will not be subservient to compromise. Consciously or subconsciously, it is easy to agree with a compromised gospel. For some, unwillingness to obey is the open door.

God was not mad at me. He was in love with me releasing an incredible gift of Father and daughter time in a foreign land which He chose as the ‘becoming place.’ This land would soon become the third home.

Back to our Chinese family

Those we worshipped with, enjoyed meals with, wept with and laughed with were Christ’s Asian bride who carried the evidence of being formed in the cauldron of His glory. Spiritual culture shock is a good way of describing the experience of being in their presence. An Awakening. Days had been spent meeting folks of deep simple faith. Immediate obedience to their actions. Selflessness formed from gratitude, their strength enabling the building of His Kingdom.

Back in the car

The knowledge He began to share was clear as we drove closer to the location. God said, “You are walking on a highway created with the blood of those in this nation.” He was referring to those that were yet alive as well as those who had passed into glory giving their lives for the proclamation of the gospel. Holy fear gripped me.  My feet were hesitant to even get out of the car physically knowing the historical ground we were walking on. How do you walk in a land paved with the soul blood of God’s champions? Tears spilled. Feeling the gift of life beneath the earth, the soles of my feet struggled. It was as if the “shoes shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace” which I was wearing in the Spirit, were alive and aware of the gospel proclaimed by those whose blood was shed. Does that make sense?

The father sitting in the back seat (thank God he couldn’t see my face) asked me what my message would be. All I could do was lift my hand as a gesture asking him to give me a minute. I could not speak. The awe of heaven’s history books depicted formed my walk for this new chapter of life.


Ninety minutes later and tears still flowing, my new friends met only the messy and tear-filled face of this woman. Visiting the leaders in the back room was void of my voice. No words. We walked into the Living room where more than 100 waited.  Such a beautiful family. No words. Honestly, remembrance of what was spoken eludes me, but the subject matter was unity and the flesh of His body.

The raw flesh meat of our Priest and Passover Lamb

Preceding the sharing time, the family spent time in worship. It was during these moments that I found a spot against the wall and stood weeping with the reality of their pathways paved with blood. Who were these treasured saints? As I heard the sound of China come through their songs the atmosphere opened and the Lord allowed me to see His message.

The raw ‘flesh meat’ of He our King. Such a sight is not something that you would call appealing, but I’m not sure if there is anything more treasured. Yes, a large piece of meat no doubt His own. What a mystery. What groanings. Difficult to speak audibly of such a reality.

Intentionally He wanted me to recognize that the blood veins were yet not woven into the flesh meat that was before me.  I know this sounds strange. He was bringing to my attention the reality of His call for unity. He is calling His flesh – His body to unify as one in time to weave in His blood and the blood of those martyrs. Yes, this is a mystery.

He had taken note of the faith of this family. Their faith carried works and for that reason life was present. “I have been crucified with Christ, and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me…” (Galatians 2:20) “..whoever loses their life for My sake will find it.” (Matthew 10:39)

Living Tabernacle Birthed in Love and Blood

Yes, we are His tabernacle. His tabernacle will come together. The bone of His Bone and Flesh of His Flesh. The Table of Shewbread is the gathering of His Bread – His body. The Altar is the gathering of the marrow of His blood and that of His saints.

“When the Lamb broke the fifth seal,

I saw underneath the altar the souls of those who had been

slain because of the word of God,

and because of the testimony which they had maintained; and

they cried out with a loud voice, saying,

“How long, O Lord, holy and true, will You refrain

from judging and avenging our blood on those who dwell on the earth?”

And there was given to each of them a white robe, and they were told that they

should rest for a little while longer, until the number of their fellow servants and

their brethren who were to be

killed even as they had been, would be completed also.”

Revelation 6:9-11

God’s ways are higher

When satan carries out evil acts against those who love God, God transforms injustices for good. He does not leave His children abandoned. He does not give satan the last word. In order to perceive such mysteries of the ‘higher ways’, one must let go of earthly knowledge and peer into the lens of the higher ways of heaven.

Those of every nation and millennium who love God and are killed mercilessly by the powers of darkness for the sake of Christ are viewed in heaven as “lambs led to the slaughter” and cherished immensely by the Father. They have experienced the altar of His tabernacle.

He ushers their spirits into His heavens and cherishing their spilled soul lifeblood, He embraces their blood beneath the altar within the tabernacle of God. This signifies their sacrifice and invites them to rest. They have completed their earthly mission and now they remain in the tabernacle of God forever. The sound of their blood is heard as they cry out,

“How long, O Lord, holy and true, will You refrain

from judging and avenging our blood on those who dwell on the earth?”

Revelations 6:10

If humankind’s blood cries out with such a proclamation how much more is the sound of the blood of the Lamb declaring the invitation of,

“Ho! Everyone who thirsts, come to the waters;

And you who have no money come, buy and eat.

Come, buy wine and milk

Without money and without cost.

“Why do you spend money for what is not bread,

And your wages for what does not satisfy?

Listen carefully to Me, and eat what is good,

And delight yourself in abundance.

“Incline your ear and come to Me.

Listen, that you may live;

And I will make an everlasting covenant with you, …”

Isaiah 55:1-3

and then,

“Jesus spoke these things; and lifting up His eyes to heaven, He said,

“Father, the hour has come; glorify Your Son, that the Son may glorify You,

even as You gave Him authority over all flesh, that to all whom You have given

 Him, He may give eternal life… “The glory which You have given Me I have

 given to them, that they may be one, just as We are one;

I in them and You in Me, that they may be perfected in unity so that the world

 may know that You sent Me, and loved them, even as You have loved Me.”

Portions of John 17

Refined Sight as Citizens of another Kingdom

My friends, all eyes are turning towards the East. The direction of the East means The New Jerusalem. For it is as we view the Temple of God in heaven that we will perceive His ways to be so much higher than the world view.

Citizens of the Kingdom of heaven!  Within the Kingdom of God (He who is Spirit), hope’s spaciousness reaches into the very bowels of the earth and serves as a launching pad, extending us into Christ’s domain.

Blessings be upon all of us here on earth as we live wearing the lens of Christ as our guiding light. For this is the strength needed to endure and be sustained through the hours of persecution and victory which many are already being sustained through.

The safest path to take is the path of the crucified and resurrected Christ for He has already paved the way with His blood along with that of His brothers and sisters who have been accompanied into the Holy of Holies.

Blessings to you on this Passover,

Priscilla with the assistance of Becky Bradfield

*Join us this evening for the 8th Day of ‘8 Days of Communion’ via Facebook Live. Look for Priscilla Zananiri on FB at 7:30pm Central Time.

To link to the previous “8 Days of Communion” writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/18/the-emotions-of-god-and-his-harvest-fields/

*The Photo of the Olive tree is one I was able to capture while visiting the Garden of Gethsemane located on the Mount of Olives.

This is a location near to my heart for two reasons. One for the same reason it is cherished by you. The second is because of a memory of my Father and me standing at the outer edge looking across the Kidron Valley to the Old City of Jerusalem in 1996.

Right across the Kidron, one can see the East Gate known as the Golden Gate. He said to me, “Priscilla, can you imagine Jesus standing here looking across and seeing the Gate in which He will enter upon His return? What was going on in His mind? Could it be that He was pondering on, perceiving, seeing all that would take place in heaven and on earth before His return? 

One’s own thoughts continue as one ponders.


8 Days of Communion: The Emotions of God Among His Harvest Fields …

(This post has been updated due to His conversation around the table last night. This will be today’s ‘8 Days of Communion’ post) It is good to host you at visualeast.org 


Jesus came and spoke

Recollecting an encounter Jesus guided me through last February is something I’d like to scribe for you.  It’s been a two year process of beginning the learnings of God’s tabernacle through His perspective. Having just touched the surface of understanding, I’d like to share one of these experiences with you. 

It all began with Him standing at the door and saying, “I am the Keeper of the Sanctuary.”

Jesus stood at the door of His tabernacle as Host. His joy was to welcome me in. His desire was to be the Guide and Host as we moved towards the furniture piece known as the Table of Shewbread. Arriving to the table laden with bread, I followed His lead as He drew my eyes to a location behind the table.

Understanding came quickly that this was the pathway leading into the heart of His Father.  He welcomed me in and remained. Positioning Himself really close behind me, we stood right inside what seemed to be the entrance. His holiness and the brightest white light made up the entire area. He directed me to what I will call “the left wall.” 

Quickly I was to learn that His Son was revealing a part of His Father’s heart. The bright white light gave way to the most glorious living and breathing golden wheat fields. Right there before us swaying in the wind were the golden fields of God’s Harvest. His Spirit and emotion of love cascading like a wave. Each wave touched each stalk of wheat with His affection. He is so deeply in love. So overwhelming. 


Even while scribing this reality, memory is taking me back to Zarqa, Jordan. While ministering to members of a precious body of believers there, Jesus presented Himself within the wheat fields of Jordan. How could I be holding a microphone sharing the story of Ruth with them and at the same time outside within the fields of Harvest? He is God and loves to bring us to Himself.  This is what is called an “open vision” or “trance.”

Dressed in His white robe, He moved through these ripened fields with extreme ecstasy.  The Bridegroom King was passing through His fields. He was visiting His future family.

As we moved through the fields, He took some of the wheat and playfully grazed them against my cheeks. His joyful love was poured out at the touch of each ripened stalk. So real. So alive. So tender. Such love. Yes, one was so close that you could tangibly feel the roughness of the shell protecting each seed.  

Even in the playfulness one could sense the labor of love and the battle for the soul within the shell waiting to be harvested. 

Back to the pathway in the heart of our Father

His only begotten Son and I stood listening to the heart of His Father, my Father. He spoke. His message was clear. His deep desire is for us to love Him by stopping long enough to hear, see, and experience what He is experiencing. 

The greater reward is His invitation. This received as we let go of self-ambition. Available is the transforming experience of learning of His personal emotions expressed. He is looking for those who will yield to His reality. Yes, to learn what He encounters as He moves through the fields.  It is these emotions of God which are flooding the harvest fields.  It is this emotion and action of love which gather the seeds of harvest into His house.

It is from the place of us yielding to His Heart- Holy Union with His holy emotion (of love) that we are to work within the golden fields of Harvest.

I was wrecked – broken.

Dear Jesus, it is so true!

For God so loved the world!!

It’s not about the “applause” given to humankind of how successful a ministry is. It is not about the numbers. Instead, it is about becoming one with the emotions churning within the heart of Father God. 

Such a mighty God,

His humility astounding –

His love never ending –

His groaning for the harvest fields is real.

Authentic partnership is available.

For God so loved the world!!!!

“… Seeing the people, He felt compassion for them, because

they were distressed and dispirited like sheep without a shepherd.

Then He said to His disciples,

‘The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.

Therefore beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest.’”

Matthew 9:36-38


The anguish of His Heart

Last night while breaking bread during the “8 Days of Communion”, the reality of His anguish filled the atmosphere for a moment. His soul’s anguish of love expressed itself this way.

Culturally, mothers of the eastern nations usually will not sit down and begin to eat until all their children are seated at the table and have been served. It was this anguish of heart and love that was announcing its presence last night. 

His heart’s loss of appetite to eat of the bread, knowing that lost sheep had yet not been gathered, was pronounced.  Our Shepherd – Our Bridegroom King – Jesus released a cry of anguish saying, “How can I place this bread in My mouth and be filled? Members of my family have yet not arrived to the table!!”  

One could “hear” the souls of moms and dads weeping, saying, “How can I begin this Communion knowing that my child has yet not arrived to the table?” 

Magnificent is God’s love for His family and for His Son. He desires for all to be gathered at the Marriage Supper of His Lamb, He who is our Bridegroom King. 

His invitation is for us to move through the fields of Harvest with His Father. Jesus asked us to tarry with Him. What better place to tarry than to arrive at the heart of His Father ready to love as He first loved us?

We welcome you to the table this evening at 7:30pm Central time. Facebook Live will be on priscilla zananiri’s page. We look forward to meeting with you there.


Much love to you, 



For the previous ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings, please click on this link: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/17/8-days-of-communion-the-power-of-the-heel/


10372899_10152087462431921_6763653369926479858_o(the garden of Gethsemane)


8 Days of Communion: The Power of The Heel

Tasting of the Sufferings of Christ

Captured because of his faith he was held in a cell waiting for His death by hanging. As a young imprisoned believer, he wrestled in anguish with the question, “If once I arrive to the point of ‘no return’ will I be able to persevere in faith overcoming fear of death?” His anguish over what he thought was inability to conquer fear, was so strong that as each Friday approached he would request from his friend who was headed to the gallows to remember him before Jesus.

It was many years ago that this story took place. Relayed to me in 2011 while sitting in a Hong Kong hotel room, I listened to the one to whom this story belonged. His story of His imprisonment found a raw cord within me. The beauty of suffering – sharing a taste of what Christ encountered for the sake of our freedom. What a privilege. Silence was the highest honor.

The schedule of the prison was that every Friday one believer would be killed by hanging. There was no room for mercy. There was one more friend who would be killed before this beautiful man of God would also meet his fate. He spoke honestly with his friend, older than him in faith. His transparency led him to request that he speak to Jesus on his behalf upon arriving into heaven. He said, “Please tell Jesus that I’m concerned about my ability to pass through this test.” He comforted his friend, then forced to watch him hang, he waited. Seven more days until he too would be before His Redeemer.

Often, they would take him and tying his arms they would torture him by whipping his feet and legs mercilessly. The pain? Unspeakable. One day while being whipped he cried out to the Lord for help, and within seconds he no longer felt pain. Looking to see what had changed he noticed Jesus sitting beside him on the ground. He sat so close. Hip to Hip they sat. Jesus responded to his cries and came to assist him through His selfless surrender to evil. Jesus placed His legs atop His friends’ legs, and took the whippings for him. His memory forever stamped within this moment.

“No greater love does a friend have, but to lay down his life for his friend.”

In the moments following Jesus’ betrayal:

Recorded in John chapter 13, we read of the Upper Room encounters of the twelve and their Rabbi. Jesus takes off His outer garments, kneels at the feet of every disciple, and washes their feet. A momentary mystery.

“What I do you do not realize now but you will understand hereafter.”

I believe He was preparing them for their life-long walk of sufferings. He was strengthening their walk. Satan could not touch their spirit, for this was the place of immunity; however, their flesh would encounter the land yet groaning for the revealing of the sons of God. The dust of earth’s flesh would find a way to lodge upon their soul. Yes, they were about to pay a heavy price as foundational pillars of the Kingdom of God. This their inheritance.

“Peter said to Him, “Never shall You wash my feet!”

Jesus answered him,

“If I do not wash you, you have no part with Me.””

John 13:8

The high calling:

Having washed the feet of twelve, Jesus spoke advising His future apostles to wash one another’s feet. The leaders of ‘The Way,’ puzzled, would realize later the need for dependence on God and one another – family. They would later realize one of their greatest weapons was meant to be “polished” by one another. This weapon was their heel.

The dust of the flesh of the world was their opposition, and resisting the one who crawled through the dust was a daily battle fought. Encountering darkness was met with truth spoken and acted upon daily. Teachings were given in every town and city, giving the citizens of the regions the precepts of His Kingdom. Each truth spoken was a blow to the head of the serpent. Each truth acted upon was piercing the earth with a tent peg of righteousness.

There was no better gift to give a sister or brother at the end of the day then to cleanse their feet from the day’s resistance and work. This would empower them for the next day’s victories. This was “loving one another.” Serving one another in this way was a profound reality of the economy of heaven. Love was the gold. Washing each other’s feet, the investment.

Judas, one who used his heel against His Redeemer

Often, we are so greatly offended by the weakness of others; as well as, our own. Christ overcame through understanding the ways of the flesh (Psalms 103: 13-14) meeting each experience with compassion and understanding. He asks us to do the same. We will offend and be offended. But the antidote is clear. Love one another and strengthen one another’s walk through the washing with water.

The accuser of the brethren will be one of the prominent spirits to overcome in these last days. The most profound way in which we can assist one another is to bend our backs and pick up a towel, washing the dust of the flesh off of our friend’s feet. In so doing, we are releasing healing; thereby, crushing the authority of the snake from near the heels of our fellow traveler.

The strength of our heel is not meant to crush the spirits of Christ’s friends; instead this weapon is intended to crush the head of the false tales and stinging words, the serpent’s questions of doubt, the snake’s thievery, and the false alliances with darkness.

 “Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions,

and over all the power of the enemy,

and nothing will injure you.

Luke 10:19

Judas chose to shrink in stature as he accepted the oppression of the accuser, making Jesus so small in his eyes. In so doing he reversed (in his mind) the blessing which God gave to the seed of Mary. Her seed would crush the authority of satan. Instead of assisting in the victory, Judas yielded and gave the power of his heel to darkness.

Extending Reception

Jesus said,

“Truly, truly, I say to you,

he who receives whomever I send receives Me;

and he who receives Me receives Him who sent Me.”

John 13:20

Oh, for the love of the Tree of Life!!! We are meant to discern with the eyes of our heart and not by the outward appearance (Isaiah 11:3-4). We were meant to judge with righteousness (John 7:24). In so doing we will be able to receive everyone who Jesus sends onto our path. This is a direct commandment from the Lord. A cause for celebration is the identity of each of Christ’s family members. It is He who established the new commandment.

“A new commandment I give to you,

that you love one another, even as I have loved you,

that you also love one another.

“By this all men will know that you are My disciples,

if you have love for one another.”

John 13:34

Just a simple reminder. The expansion of the Kingdom will continue as we access the love bestowed upon us from the One who is love itself. For when we love we are learning the identity of the One who is The I Am.

“Nevertheless, we live, but Christ who lives in us.”

Galatians 2:20

Learning to bend,
We look forward to visit with you at the table of the Lord. See you tonight at 7:30pm Facebook Live on the page of Priscilla Zananiri
To link to the previous ‘8 Days of Communion ‘ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/15/8-days-of-communion-one-who-chose-to-commune-with-him/

To link to the next ‘8 Day son Communion” writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/18/the-emotions-of-god-and-his-harvest-fields/


8 Days of Communion: One Who Chose to Commune with Him

Mary Magdalene is one of my favorite people in the Bible, and I dare say Jesus thought she was a pretty cool (fantastic) sister in His Father’s Kingdom also. There is no doubt in my mind that God hand-picked her to be the first New Testament female apostle[1], and to stand in representation of all of God’s royal daughters – His redeemed Eve[2]. I wonder if Jesus knew this beforehand or did He find out as things progressed?

Delivered of seven demons through the ministry of Jesus[3], she became one of the team of women who traveled with Jesus[4]. Christ’s twelve disciples were called by name on a three-year journey to be discipled by Him, while this team of women faithful to His ministry traveled with the sole purpose of ministering to Him[5]. Through the unfathomable crucifixion, to the ascension, and beyond Mary of Magdala was loyal to this call.

The Passover Lamb

The Passover Lamb was passing through the valley of death. His journey of three days was in motion. Mary’s courageous character infused her desire to take care of the body of Jesus after the Sabbath. Still reeling from the crucifixion, the city had not rested. She herself yet in agony, made her way to the garden tomb[6]. Stunned to find the stone rolled away, she begged Golgotha’s gardener to tell her where He had moved her Messiah.

Two who did not recognize Him, and more.

There are only two people mentioned by name in the New Testament’s narration of the Passover Lamb and His ascension, who met Him in His glorified state and could not recognize Him. Mary at the Garden in Jerusalem, and John amidst the garden of God in heaven. Both were some of the closest followers of the Messiah. Covered in different realms of glory His past identity was concealed from them.

With Mary and John, it is understood that the men walking on the Emmaus road were disciples, and to them them also, His previous identity was concealed. The eyes of their heart had yet not be refocused to know who this One was who walked with them.

Back to Mary

Only when Mary heard the sound of His voice did she recognize her teacher. Calling out to Him, “Rabboni.,” she reached out to cling to Him. His response to her was deeper than the English language portrays.

Jesus said to her,

“Stop clinging to Me, for I have not yet ascended to the Father;

but go to My brethren and say to them,

‘I ascend to My Father and your Father,

and My God and your God.’”

John 20:17

“Stop clinging to Me.”

In the culture of the day family was so important. To embrace a family member would have been the expected thing to do. After experiencing the most non-earthly experience which no words can accurately describe, are we not sure that Jesus would have joyfully hugged His followers and family? I do think so, but heaven’s wisdom and clock stopped Him.

The word “cling” in His statement is the Greek word “haptō”, and as a verb carries the meaning of, “to fasten – to set on fire: to kindle light. A more practical way of saying this as stated in the Thayer’s dictionary is “to fasten fire to a thing, kindle, set on fire.”

Jesus could not touch anything of earth or flesh, for He had already taken into His body all powers of darkness. Taking full blame for the simplest and vilest of offenses, He was on His way to present Himself before the One whose Love was being fulfilled and whose wrath had been poured out on the powers of darkness.

Mary wanted to pour her love upon the one she loved but, Jesus could not receive the strength of one’s fire of love lite for Him. Neither could He reciprocate allowing anyone to be kindled with comfort, light, nor fire through His emotion during this “forever moment as The Sacrifice.” He stood alone in this eternal space of time, on His way to a critical appointment. Audience of one with the One He knew as Father. Sealed was the sacrifice and forever torn open was the veil, making accessible the Highway of Holiness to all of humankind. This highway leading into the heart of Father.

He Yearns for us to Cling to Him

That eternal moment has passed accomplished over two thousand years ago. Jesus yearns for us to draw near to Him and be kindled with holy fire. He yet yearns to be ministered to by those who love Him.

Along with uniting with Him, Christ yearns for humanity to also unite igniting the fires of Godhead’s union. This being accomplished through the consuming of His flesh and blood – His bread and wine.

A Message from Momma Lilo

I was communicating with Momma Lilo Keller this morning. Her sharing was a powerful confirmation that the table of communion is on the Lords heart. This is what she wrote.

“The Lord spoke to me many weeks ago about Revelation 3:20-22, ‘Behold, I’m standing at the door, knocking. If your heart is open to hear My voice and you open the door within, I will come in to you and feast with you, and you will feast with Me. 21 And to the one who conquers I will give the privilege of sitting with Me on my throne, just as I conquered and sat down with My Father on His throne. 22 The one whose heart is open let him listen carefully to what the Spirit is saying now to the churches.’”

So much to ponder and write about Mary. But for now, I am sure Mary received the embrace she needed just a few days later, and with it the empowering force needed to carry her through her personal lifetime of transfiguration of spirit and soul. According to the mandate of Revelation 3, it is clear this was a woman who heeded His invitation; and in so doing, walked powerfully in authoriy.

Lilo’s meditative question regarding Mary and her Redeemer was this, “How can I comprehend this holy mystery?”

Emmaus Road
Those who loved Him so dearly, as they walked the Emmaus road with the resurrected Christ could not recognize Him. He gifted them with a conversation of such depths, that we wish we had all of what He deposited into them. Even with that level of anointing spilling forth they did not realize they had shared a journey with their Lord. No, even though their spirits burned within them, they could not UNTIL they broke bread.
The Open Door is the Gate of the Overcomer

Christ made it clear to us just a few days ago. Jon West received a vision of a door opening and angels bringing in the silver plates for communion. As they walked in the Lord said that He desired to release understanding of His unity. Heavy rains were coming to assist the people of God in uprooting bitter roots which had caused them to feel separated from Him.

Mary was delivered of strongholds too large for her to rescue herself, as she opened the door of her garden making room for the One who knocked requesting entrance. She allowed Him to guide her to His table, together partaking of the food of His Father. She ate her fill and in so doing found that the food of darkness had been abolished from her presence. Mary became a friend of Christ and key witness in His life. She was a woman of great authority.

We are in the becoming moment in time.
Two Marys and one John in heart, Momma Lilo of Switzerland, Emil (my husband) and Briskilla


During this Passover Season, we are excited to commune of Him together with you at His table.

Looking forward to being together on Facebook Live, tonight at 7:30pm Central. Look for priscilla zananiri on Facebook and click on the live feed.

Link to previous “8 Days of Communion”: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/14/8-days-of-communion-his-triumphant-entry-into-the-highest-heavens/


[1]NASV John 20:17, He sent her as the first person to testify of His resurrection.

[2]What took place in the Garden of Eden was covered in the blood and here in the garden of resurrection restoration was experienced (John 19:41). Mary embraced the Tree of Life. The doubt of “Hath God said?” had not seeded in her mind. She trusted and believed in the One who was the Word made flesh. She feasted upon His words of life. She was sent out by Him, representing His Bride and daughters of His Father.

[3]Mark 16:19

[4]Mark 15:40

[5]Matthew 27:55,56

[6]Mark 16:1-8, Matthew 28:1-8, Luke 24:1-10


8 Days of Communion: His Triumphant Entry into the Highest Heavens

The incredible reality of the Slain Lamb entering the Temple of God in heaven, is what is being meditated upon today. Join us. May He take us all further into His realms of His glorious house.

While pondering where Holy Spirit wanted us to land our viewing lens today, Revelation chapter 1 kept on presenting itself. While sharing this with Ruthie Young, it was clear that the repentance and healing which took place on last night’s call was preemptive, as we now venture towards He who is holiness. Let me explain. This week all over the world, celebrations have begun in remembrance of Christ’s death and resurrection. Today, April 14th is the day of His entrance into Jerusalem (Betty Love will bring decrees regarding this on tonight’s call.). For our Jewish family and all those who follow the Messiah, Passover begins April 19th

I’d love to invite you into this mediation with us. It seems to be where He has me pinned in His Glory for now. “Poetical” in nature, of which I often attempt, allow me to share this with you.

Three tabernacles – One home.

The first, the temple in Jerusalem

Then second, God’s temple in the heavens

The third, the tabernacle of our hearts.

Within a short span of time Jesus visited each of these houses,

all due to His identity as Slain Lamb and High Priest of God and our hearts.

It is Jesus in whom all things hold together.

Through His blood and resurrection 

we have the profound privilege of inviting Him in.

Through His blood and resurrection

we’ve received the invitational gift of walking through The Door into Father’s House.


Before this could take place ‘He – Salvation birthed’ was now presenting Himself to the Father, whose love groaned with longing.


Father’s wrath against darkness was now fulfilled. Can one imagine?


Son’s obedience was now perfected. Father and Son now face to face.


Sacrifice ready to be accepted into the highest heavens.

His life/soul blood to be secured in a disclosed location,

available for all generations into eternity.


Right before Jesus encountered His Father, here on earth in the city of Jerusalem something else occurred. Not far from where Jesus, days earlier, had entered through the gates of the temple riding on a donkey Mary Magdalene now stood weeping. She was afraid Golgotha’s gardener had moved her Messiah.

Mary, delivered of seven demons and a close friend to Jesus, encountered Him. Alarmed and relieved she called out to her “Rabboni,” and leaning into Him desired to embrace Him with love. Jesus responded to her with,

“Stop clinging to Me, for I have not yet ascended to the Father;

but go to My brethren and say to them,

‘I ascend to My Father and your Father,

and My God and your God.’”

John 20:17

He needed to take one more journey. Between the time of encountering Mary and visiting with His disciples Jesus stood before His Eternal Father. He who is God – Adonai – Elohim – the I AM! Can we imagine the reality of this?!? Let’s stop and ponder this.

What an incredible entrance into heaven’s tabernacle!

What an incredible reunion!

What magnificent splendor!

The High Priest of Heaven had returned to present His offering to the One who Is!

The High Priest of Heaven was endowed once again with the fullness of Resurrection’s power.

The High Priest of Heaven’s offering of self was cut in two (the Veil – the Door);

creating the path of the Highway of Holiness, for all to travel into the heart of God the Father.

There He stood before His Father.

What was the sound of the Lion of Judah like in this moment?


What was the sound of gratitude like exuding from Father towards His Son?


What was the expression of Son to His Father?!?


Lord of the Highest heavens!

Lord, Highest Praises!!!

You are worthy, O God!!!

Be enthroned on the praises of thousands of generations!!!


The birth of Salvation:

It was with the deepest travail and groanings of Christs’ Spirit, Soul, and Body with which He birthed salvation. What a sound of silence in the earth world. But oh, what a sound of travailing victory echoing from the heart of Father.

The earth shook.

The heavens opened.

The rains poured.

The sun hid itself.

The lightnings struck the earth.

God’s lightnings of Justice tent pegged into the earth – the Cross!


“The Lord will go forth like a warrior,

He will arouse His zeal like a man of war.

He will utter a shout, yes, He will raise a war cry

I have kept silent for a long time,

I have kept still and restrained Myself.

Now like a woman in labor I will groan,

I will both gasp and pant.

Isaiah 42:13-14

Messiah our Priest, now the Door into the Tabernacle of Heaven. The work was finished. Born through the womb of Christ was the answer to creations agony. God, Our Salvation. Dread Champion of Heaven and Earth. He is God.


His appearance so magnificent that John (the one whom said of himself, “The one whom the Lord loved”) fell to the ground having lost all strength. Yes, the one who knew Jesus seemingly so well could not recognize the transfigured Christ. It is this King, who yearns for us to draw near to Him. Face to Face. 

On this Palm Sunday, may the lens of our hearts shine due to the nearness our King. 

To behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world!!!





Meditating right along with you.

Thank you for joining our Priest, God, Shepherd, King, and His family at His table of remembering’s.

Looking forward to our time tonight on Facebook Live at 7:30pm Central time. Look for Priscilla Zananiri on FB.

Much love,


Link to previous ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/13/deliverance-from-bitterness/


8 Days of Communion: Deliverance from Bitterness


A word from Jonathan West, a friend and prophetic voice from Shreveport, Louisiana. He was unaware of the opening night of “8 Days of Communion.” Jon had not read nor seen anything to do with the vision. He released this prophesy in a meeting at Christian Center Shreveport on the eve of April 12th. This vision was given to Jon as we began the FB Live session. We are grateful to the Lord for what He is confirming.

This is the prophesy given by Jonathan West:

“I saw a door open and angels coming in bringing silver communion dishes.  The Lord said, “He is bringing a message of communion tonight. He wanted us to understand His unity. I saw real heavy rain come and angels came and began to extract bitterness out of our heart.

There is a heavy thing from the Lord right now, that He wants to uproot every bitterness out of our hearts. The Lord does not want to prophesy to our bitterness. We cannot keep quoting the scripture, “Those who sow with tears will reap with joy” when it is bitterness. It has to be something where there is a pain of righteousness. I just felt that the Lord wanted to uproot that tonight as we take communion.

So, check your heart and make sure there is nothing in our heart where we have unforgiveness. Even if there is a condition where there is bitterness that has set in. The Lord says, “I want to remove that tonight. I want to bring a communion with Me tonight where you know that I am God. “

Lord we thank You that You have come right now to uproot every root of bitterness out of us Father. This, so that we will not defile many Lord.  I thank You for that grace tonight as we take communion with You. In Jesus name.”

Jezebel and Athalia will not champion a victory:

My heart is grateful for this word given to Jon. It is clear that we as a body of believers cannot war against Jezebel (1 Kings 18 & 19) nor her daughter Athaliah (2 Kings 11) with any trace of bitterness enthroned in our soul. Jezebel killed the prophets and her daughter Athaliah the lineage of royal children.   Both are active not only in the United States at this time but all over the world. The abuse of children through this spirit of Athaliah will be overcome by the blood of the Lamb.

Let’s embrace the Kindness of the Lord, as He overwhelms us with Himself. His refining fires are revealing the gold invested within us. He weeps with us and lavishes His love upon us. We are His precious living stones of light.  Find time to encounter Him alone. For it is in those moments where we will experience the empowering deliverance of His intentions.  

The bigger picture:

It is very clear that even as Jesus Christ was about to empty Himself out, the very first thing that happened to Him was the ultimate betrayal by one of His twelve. Room for him to become offended was larger than life itself, but in the very moment he chose to take the bread and offer thanksgiving to His Father. He chose to allow is bread-his flesh to be partaken of (crucified) by the evilest of cohorts. He chose to allow himself to drink the cup meant for the world. He did this in full Thanksgiving. This is the ultimate weapon against the injustice of betrayal.

Often times right before the greatest breakthrough of coming into selflessness there is invitation to engage the greatest offense. This trail leading to bitterness.

It is in this very moment that the identity of us as dread champions for our King is given opportunity to come out of the desert place leaning on her Beloved.  It is in this moment, oftentimes, that we experience the reality of, “Nevertheless I live but Christ that lives in me.”

Bitterness truly is an ugly substitute for His inheritance of Glory. Bitterness truly is a counterfeit energy opposing the Dunamis power waiting to be released out of us into the harvest fields.

The quickest way into redemption is quickly agreeing with our adversary, receiving Christ’s mercy, confession of sins, spending time in Christ’s one on one presence of love.  Yielding our soul (mind, will, and emotions), body, and spirit to Him is the rescue He has provided for us. Let Him form our present day and future.

It is He who called us forth as Royalty. From that place our hearts are restored and our nations freed.

A prayer of repentance and cleansing:


“I come to You, Priest of my heart.

Jehovah The Existing One, You who rule over and tend to me. 

Your love strengthens me. 

You are the teacher and pastor of my world. 

Your rulership and guidance causes me to never be in lack. 

Thank You for never causing me to fall.  

Yes, I cause myself to fall, but You have never done that to me. Never. 

Teacher, you strengthen me to run, 

sustaining me alongside peaceful waters. 

You have brought me ‘again’ into a moment of repentance: 

in time to intentionally break down, dig, circumcise, and renew me; 

birthing a powerful and loving transformation of my soul. 

You are my sustainer, governor, and guide. 

Extract from me the gall of bitterness and the bondage of iniquity (Acts 8:23)

You have created for me an opportunity in all spheres of life to do what is right and just.

You have proven to me over and over again; when I yield to You as Shepherd of my life,  

that Your desire to shine through me, revealing Your identity breaks through. 

I find courage to trust through Your eyes, Jehovah. 

Extract from me all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, slander, and malic (Ephesians 4:31).

For Your nearness helps me realize that death’s demise is just that – a passing evil shade. 

For You are the True Existing One, Champion and Light of my heart.  

Fear of evil’s domain has no hold on me; 

as long as I look into Your eyes. 

Priest of my heart, do not allow me to fall short of Your supplied grace. I yield to you. I accept Your removal of the bitterness root trap set around my shoes of peace and heart of gold. I do not want to be defiled nor defile anyone (Hebrews 12:15).  

I love that my life is hidden inside of Your Heart. 

As Your nearness, strategies, and grace teaches me while in this valley, 

I learn how to rescue others who are caught in deception’s thickets.  

But first, remove from me all pain, jealousy, selfish ambitions, and arrogance. For I do not want to lie against the Truth (James 3:14).

Your seal of authority and support of every kind immensely comforts me.

I receive Your seal of fire upon me Song of Solomon 8:6).

I receive Your baptism of fire (Matthew 3:11).

 I choose to come to Your gates and thank You for what I have passed through. Yet, I live because You are Life itself (Psalms 100:4).

Ruler and King of my heart, You have set Your sacred table before me. 

I accept Your invitation to dine at Your Kingly table. 

Right there in the fields of the seen and unseen enemies of Your cross, of my heart, and identity, You bless me so deeply.

You have allowed me to go through a shaking; and in so doing, 

You have removed all the ashes of what has burned.  

You have smeared my head with oil, making me fat with strength and releasing to me authority; 

enabling the building of Your and my dream. 

What You hold together (as sustainer and glue) in me, 

I know You will cause to overflow with wealth. 

My heart leaps thinking about how Your goodness and mercy will chase me all the days of my life. 

And to realize that at the appointed time, You will bring me back into Your heavenly home (the place where my origins began).

For there is where I will dwell and govern with You forever. 

The deepest of contentment moves within me. 

Gratitude overflows to You, my Shepherd and King.

You are the Priest of my heart.

I choose to cling to Your design, open my eyes to see Your creation.

Shepherd, minister to me Your oil crushed and prepared for me, the desire of Your heart.

I love You.

Teach me to love You.

I receive Your desire.

Teach and empower me to be kind, tender-hearted, and love extended to Your family,

Yes, even as You have forgiven me (Ephesians 4:32)”

In the name of You my Priest, Messiah, King, and God.

Yes, let Father’s love continue to wash over you. The power of the Holy Spirit as Comforter is with you. Our Dread Champion and Deliverer Jesus celebrates this victory with you. His blood covers you!

Through the power of the blood of Jesus, Amen


If you have walked through this prayer, I would like to invite you to keep a copy with you and work through each section, as Holy Spirit highlights portions to you.

This is something I’ve put together for myself and would like to share it with you.

The scriptures which have been referenced are salted through a self-paraphrased version of Psalms 23.  It is a delight to share this with you.

April 12-19th, 2019 – 8 Days of Communion– Facebook live 7:30pm Central Time – on Priscilla Zananiri’s page.


Link for previous ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/13/unity-displayed-through-the-generations-his-table-the-catalyst/

Link for the next ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/14/8-days-of-communion-his-triumphant-entry-into-the-highest-heavens/




8 Days of Communion: Unity Displayed Through the Generations – His Table the Catalyst.

A constant flow of the power of agreement between heaven and earth occurs over our nations as we broadcast alongside the symphony of heaven, through this meal of remembrance. Our declaration makes room for the angel armies of heaven to move through our nations in obedience to God’s directives. This is clearly stated through the Greek study of “proclaiming.” Our sound preaches as we eat of His bread and wine.

“For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup,

you proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes.

1 Corinthians 11: 26


I’m hearing this now in the early morning hours… It’s the voice of comfort.

“United States of America, peace be still!

Storms churning with groanings of tumultuous waters,

respond to the sound of the Bride and Groom.

We bow our knee to He who is King.

All nations, Peace be still!

Bend your knee to the One who rules in majestic splendor,

For His Righteousness is your safety and is peace.”


Let’s take a photo for a moment. Let’s call it, “Unity Outside of Time”:

“Therefore, brethren, since we have confidence

to enter the holy place by the blood of Jesus,

by a new and living way which He inaugurated for us through the veil,

that is, His flesh …

Hebrews 10:19-20

The veil has been torn.

Let’s imagine for a moment. In order to do so, we will need to come outside of earth’s time restrictions. When we come to the table we share the ONE Bread, right? There is one Christ. There is not a new ‘Bread of Life’ for each generation. He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. He is eternal. He is Life. He lives. This meal has been enjoyed and respected by the remnant of every generation since the historical moment of Jesus’ betrayal.

The communion of bread and wine has been partaken of with its meaning hidden like a treasure in the Old Testament. A good example of this is Melchizedek who visited Abraham bringing bread and wine to him after his great victory. His message was clear. As his High Priest Melchizedek was bringing the strength of the bread and wine to strengthen Abraham (the father of the family of God)  after he defeated the enemy (Genesis 14). 

In the New Testament we see the hidden meaning come to life as Christ shared His meal at the time of His betrayal, with His disciples. This was His meal of thanksgiving, a sign of His body torn and His blood poured out. From that day onward Communion has been shared. Paul confirmed the necessity of partaking of this meal giving us further instructions on the need, the power, and strength found in remembering His sacrifice (1 Corinthians 11:23-26).

This meal, outside of earth’s time, connects us even to the sons and daughters of God who have gone on before us. Our brothers and sisters in Christ in every millennium have cherished this meal, receiving the strength of Jesus our Bread of Life. We follow in their footsteps. We eat of the same Bread. We are one through this covenant meal. This is unity between heaven and earth.

We are one body, having eaten of the same Bread. He is worthy of His family uniting.  He is worthy of our unity. We are giving Him His Body back as we share this meal one with another. Yes, the veil between heaven and earth is torn in two.


“But you have come to Mount Zion and to the city of the living God,

the heavenly Jerusalem, and to myriads of angels,

to the general assembly and church of the firstborn who are enrolled in heaven,

and to God, the Judge of all, and to the spirits of therighteous made perfect,

and to Jesus, the mediator of a new covenant,

and to the sprinkled blood, which speaks better than the bloodof Abel.”

Hebrews 12: 22-24


His Blood speaks louder and is more powerful than any blood spilled unjustly. He is Holiness. He truly established a better way for His family.

Agreeing to come together in unity with Father God’s family opens the way for witnessing the sprinkling of the blood of the Lamb over our nations as He has cleansed the earth with His blood (Isaiah 52). Through the life and soul of His blood we are being trained in how to rule and reign with him in His kingdom. What a powerful era to be alive in.

How beautiful it is to unify across the United States of America and around the world. Oh, to watch to cleansing of the land on which we walk. The joy of witnessing the cleansing of the hearts as the harvest fields turns to the One who sacrificed all for them.

Let’s meet at the supper table and thank the One who is worthy of all of our praise. The One who said, “It is finished!” And because of this He said we would do greater things than He. He is an amazing Bridegroom King.

See you tonight at 7:30pm Central via the Facebook page of Priscilla Zananiri

Honored to scribe today in partnership with my friend Refaat,  a blessed Kingdom father within the nation of Egypt. 

Link for the next ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/13/deliverance-from-bitterness/

Link for the previous ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/12/8-days-of-communion-the-power-of-communion/



8 Days of Communion: The Power of Communion

The Lord’s direction was clear. He said, “If My people will come together participating in communion, they will form My body across the atmosphere of their nation becoming a covering.” He said. “This unity (this joining) of My Body will silence the mouth of witchcraft, through the power and life of My blood. This unity of My family around communion will make room for Me to destroy the ploys of the powers of darkness.” He said, “The spilled blood of the Lamb is more powerful than all of the blood spilled unjustly.”

The Power of Communion:

My friend from the Middle East reminded me today saying, “When all the houses in Egypt participated in Passover (communion – the covenant meal), God executed His judgment on the false gods of Egypt.” This is worthy of our arising today in the presence of the I Am. He is Holiness.

“…against all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments—I am the Lord…”

Exodus 12:12

The Great I AM has provided for us a more excellent way! We commune as a family, and He will remove/abolish the powers of darkness. We celebrate He who is the First Fruit of heaven, and He will remove the tares/evil spirits which have grown within the fields of the seven mountain spheres and beyond.  His angel armies will deal with the second heaven realm of warfare.

The Sound of Communion:

Family, the Lord desires our voice! The invitation to release the sound is clearly written by Apostle Paul. It is Communion which is one of the most powerful weapons of love and war, given to us to proclaim eviction to the adversaries of darkness. Look at how Jesus says the unified sound is released.

“For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup,

you proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes.

1 Corinthians 11: 26

A little Greek and Arabic:

Proclaim is the Greek word kataggellō; which means to declare, preach, speak of truth. This word is the action-verb of ‘pronouncing publicly His truth.’

The base of this word is ‘aggelos’, which means ‘angel messenger.’

‘Kataggellō’ is the Greek word which is derived from the word ‘kata.’ In its simplest form ‘kata’ carries the meaning of, “opposition distribution or intensity.”

I find it interesting that in Arabic translations the word for proclaim includes the phrase ‘radio-sound waves.’


Is it possible that as we unify in releasing our declaration of Christ’s Supper we are making room for the angel army messengers to be released from heaven to come to earth,  to deal with the adversaries? I do believe so.

The building of Christ’s Kingdom will not take place through striving, mockery, and vain words; instead, His Kingdom will be built by the Spirit of the Living God released through the sound of Communion. He has provided a more excellent way!

One of the most beautiful moments in history where this is seen is at the arrival (the birth) of the Body of Jesus– a boy born. In that very moment there was the manifesting of the body and blood of Jesus coming to earth in the image of man, as the Son of God. And within that very moment there was a declaration – a releasing of radio waves of sound by the voices of the angel messengers.  

“In the same region there were some shepherds staying out in the fields and keeping watch over their flock by night. And an angel of the Lord suddenly stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them; and they were terribly frightened. But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid; for behold, I bring you good news of great joy which will be for all the people; for today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. “This will be a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.” And suddenly there appeared with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying, “Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace among men with whom He is pleased.”

Luke 2:8-14

At the coming of the Bread of Life, within the town called ‘Bethlehem’ (the house of bread), the heavens were opened and the messenger’s sound of the Gospel’s arrival was decreed. The Deliverer had come to love humankind and to war abolishing the powers of darkness. Today He is requiring of us to come into agreement with the finished work of the cross and to step into governing with the King of God’s Kingdom.


Let’s join the expanse of the heavens as they decree the reality of our God. Let the flame within us burn with communion with the Body and Wine of our God. Let us make radio waves, broadcasting the truth of His Sacrifice.


“The heavens are telling of the glory of God;

And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands.

Day to day pours forth speech,

And night to night reveals knowledge.

There is no speech, nor are there words;

Their voice is not heard.

Their line has gone out through all the earth,

And their utterances to the end of the world.

In them He has placed a tent for the sun,

Which is as a bridegroom coming out of his chamber;

It rejoices as a strong man to run his course.

Its rising is from one end of the heavens,

And its circuit to the other end of them;

And there is nothing hidden from its heat.”

Psalms 19:1-9


We are all blessed today through the One who is the I AM. His Supper is waiting at the table.

Honored to scribe today in partnership with my friend Refaat,  a blessed Kingdom father within the nation of Egypt. 

Looking forward to joining with you at the Supper Table of our Lord, tonight at 7:30 Central Time.  Look for priscilla zananiri on Facebook for the Live schedule. We will be doing this from April 12-19th. Ending on Passover. 


Link for the next ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/13/unity-displayed-through-the-generations-his-table-the-catalyst/

Link for previous ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/11/8-days-of-communion-honoring-his-fiery-seal-of-love-upon-his-body-preparation-through-meditation/



8 Days of Communion: Honoring His fiery seal of love upon His Body. (preparation through meditation)

“He is also head of the body, the church; and He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead so that He Himself will come to have first place in everything. For it was the Father’s good pleasure for all the fullness to dwell in Him, and through Him to reconcile all things to Himself, having made peace through the blood of His cross; through Him, I say, whether things on earth or things in heaven.” Colossians 1:18-20

Jesus, sitting here with my fingers on the keyboard, I ponder the very first phrase of this scripture and recognize what Your Father is declaring. You are the Head, You are the Rosh (authority) of Your Body. My response?


Father God, teach me (teach us) to yield to Your Son;

giving Him the throne of authority in our spirit, soul, and body.

Teach us to acknowledge Him in our nations.

Thank You, Redeemer.  

We yield You, Living God. 

Come and take Your place King of the Highest Kingdom.

Return to us the awe of Your Dread Champion, Oh God;

He who rides throughout the nations, even now.

Teach us to bend to the Shepherd of our soul; for You are the beginning of all things.

Let us bend to You, Priest of our heart; You who released peace through Your sacrifice.

Let us yield to You, The desire of nations.

At the courts of Your presence, we Thank You.

At the gates of Your dwelling, we are in awe of Your goodness, God.




If the Body of Jesus Christ is us. And, yes, we are. Then isn’t it true that the health of a Body is in loving God and loving oneself? Tonight’s meditation continues with this simple prayer. But first, here is the confirmation.

To the question of, “What is the foremost commandment?” Jesus replied

“The foremost is,

‘Hear, O Israel! The Lord our God is one Lord;

and you shall love the Lord your God with

all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind,

and with all your strength.’

“The second is this, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”  Mk 12:29–31


As we begin to break bread together, is it possible that a good, healthy place to start is to ask Holy Spirit our Healer, Comforter, Helper, and Truth Speaker to assist us in restoring our spirit, soul, and body through receiving His celebration of love? If you agree, let’s do that together. For we love as He teaches us through His restoration within us. (Of course, complete this portion as you desire.)

Jesus, You who are the desire of our heart, we draw near to You.

We are in awe that Your desire is towards us.

We receive Your affection seal of love upon us.

Come near and take Your place in us.

Holy Spirit, we acknowledge the weight of Your presence.

Father, we receive our identity spoken by You.

We receive You as Father and God.

We receive Your affectionate joy regarding us.

We receive the restoration of our being.

Forgive us for any agreement with self-hate.

We receive Your assistance into wholeness.

We receive Your firey seal set upon each of Your family members.




As we eat of His bread together, may His love consume our spirit, soul, and body.

As we drink the wine together, may His Holy Spirit and Christ’s perfected obedience (accomplished through His yielded will, mind, and emotions) baptize our spirit, soul, and body; into transformation.


Our prayer as we break bread together is for the miracle of a beautiful shield to form over our nations; made up of all who are called ‘the Body of Jesus Christ’. Honoring and loving God. Honoring and loving one another.”

In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Through the power of His blood and the authority of His resurrection. Amen! 


Link for the next ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/12/8-days-of-communion-the-power-of-communion/

Link for the previous ‘8 Days of Communion’ writings: https://visualeast.org/2019/04/10/lets-break-bread-together/