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Unleavened Bread Ministries with David Eells

Refuge Presence of God

Bill Rowe - 05/01/2009
(David's notes in red)

I was reading in second Samuel and this scripture impressed me: {2Sa.6:14} And David danced before Jehovah with all his might; and David was girded with a linen ephod. {15} So David and all the house of Israel brought up the ark of Jehovah with shouting, and with the sound of the trumpet. (When the David ministries are anointed as the new leadershipof God's people, the presence of God will bein their midst for the first time since the Saul ministries began. {1 Chr.12:38}All these being men of war, that could order the battle array, came with a perfect heart to Hebron, to make David king over all Israel: and all the rest also of Israel were of one heart to make David king... {13:2} And David said unto all the assembly of Israel, If it seem good unto you, and if it be of Jehovah our God, let us send abroad everywhere unto our brethren that are left in all the land of Israel, with whom the priests and Levites are in their cities that have suburbs, that they may gather themselves unto us; {3} and let us bring again the ark of our God to us: for we sought not unto it in the days of Saul.)

Then, last night, I had a refuge dream and only the following came to mind: We were in a covered pavilion with picnic tables. David (representing the David/man-child ministries to come) and I had arrived and there was a group of people expecting us. A middle-aged woman came up to us and told us that the pretzels in the stacked, white boxes ofdifferent sizes on the picnic tables were for us to eat. (This represents partaking of the joyous rewards of the unleavened bread of the Word, the crucified life of the heart,and prayer. All this in a clean, white garment representing faith and the works of the Spirit. [see below]) David was walking behind me, singing in tongues. He was in a very joyous mood. (Bringing the anointed presence of God.)


What Do Pretzels Represent?

The origins of the pretzel go back to a frugal monastery in the mountains between Southern France and Northern Italy. In 610 AD, the monks created the first soft pretzels. They didn't want to waste the dough leftover from making unleavened communion bread. (Partaking of the pure Word.)

Christians, in those days, prayed with their arms crossed over their chest, (the crucified life of the heart) with each hand on the opposite shoulder. The monks realized that the dough could be twisted into a similar shape. The treats were given to village children as a reward to children for memorizing their prayers. The monks called their treats "pretiola", a Latin word that means "little rewards". (Partaking of the joyous rewards of the unleavened bread of the Word and prayer.)

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