Just as we must correctly analyze the Bible according to the old and new covenants, it is also imperative to rightly divide pivotal events, such as the Lord’s Supper. There is a difference between eating a regular meal and taking communion. We must not think that many are sick and die early because of communion. Sickness and death happen not because we take communion, but because we do not take advantage of the deliverance that has been provided through the communion given to us by grace. We may have heard in church that we should not take communion if we have sin in our lives; this causes us to remember our sins instead of remembering what Jesus did for us. We must view Holy Communion in context with the covenant of grace. We eat it not simply to satisfy our hunger, but to celebrate our healing, our deliverance, and our wholeness.