His banner over me is love

His banner over me is love,
His banner over me is love;
He brought me into His banqueting house,
And His banner over me is love.
  Is love! Is love!
His banner over me is love;
He brought me into His banqueting house,
  And His banner over me is love.
His fruit is sweet unto my taste,
His fruit is sweet unto my taste;
I’m feasting here in His banqueting house,
And His fruit is sweet unto my taste.
  How sweet! How sweet!
His fruit is sweet unto my taste;
I’m feasting here in His banqueting house,
  And His fruit is sweet unto my taste.
Uzochukwu Gift Madu

Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria

Sweet song. It reminds me of Isaiah 25:6.

De Nobleman

Abuja, FCT, Nigeria

Wao, thank you Lord Jesus Christ for bringing us into your Banquet hall.

Because his Banner over us is LOVE

Femi Alofe

Doha, Qatar

We bless God for the opportunity to be called to him. Thanks for this awesome love, God. And we pray we will not abuse the love or take it for granted. We also pray that our calling to the banqueting will not only be in this perishing world but also to dine with you eternally in Jesus name.

Cody Enderli

San Marcos, TX, United States

What a banner! Thank you Lord for such a proclamation over us!!!

Amos Kimani

Naivasha, Nakuru, Kenya

He brought me into His banqueting house,

And His banner over me is love.

The problem with Adam was eating. He did not eat the right food. He was supposed to eat the tree of life but he ate tree of knowledge of good and evil leading death. But hallelujah now He has brought me to His banqueting house to eat Him live forever.

Osuji Precious

Umuahia, Abia, Nigeria

Farther thank You for bringing me into Your banqueting table, despite my shortcoming Your grace, love and eye's is upon me. I love You so so much.


Texas, United States

Oh, that we all come and taste the sweetness of His love. His love is so prevailing! We love You Lord Jesus! Your banner over us is love!!


Tulsa, OK, United States

Lord, I’m feasting here in Your banqueting house!

Love That

Long Beach, Nsw

That photo is what I imagine the garden of Eden would look like in atmosphere of perfect love.

Toyin Diyan

London, United Kingdom

Thank You Lord for bringing us into Your banqueting house!

May we respond to Your love in kind - adequately, fully, completely, thoroughly, absolutely, etc etc. Amen!

We also need to eat the unleavened bread and the bitter herbs (Exo. 12:8; 1 Cor. 5:8). In these three items—the flesh of the lamb, the unleavened bread, and the bitter herbs—there are two kinds of lives: the animal life and the vegetable life. In the Scriptures these two kinds of lives typify two aspects of Christ's life. The animal life has blood that can be shed for redemption. Hence, the animal life typifies the redeeming aspect of the life of Christ, a life that redeems us continually (Rev. 13:8). The vegetable life is the generating life and typifies Christ's life in the aspect of generating. Christ was the grain of wheat that fell into the earth, died, and grew up to produce many grains (John 12:24). However, both the redeeming and the generating aspects of Christ's life are for sustaining, nourishing, supporting, energizing, and strengthening. Whether we eat the flesh of the animal life or the unleavened bread of the vegetable life, we will be strengthened and nourished. Christ as life to us is the sustaining and strengthening power. We need to take Christ as such a life.

We may wonder why it was necessary to eat the unleavened bread with bitter herbs. We often speak of how sweet it is to receive Christ, and a number of hymns use this expression (see Hymns, #221, 554, 1143, and 1157). But it is quite significant that in the type of the passover there are bitter herbs. While we are eating the flesh of the lamb and the unleavened bread, we need to experience bitterness also. The proper way to experience Christ as life is, on the one hand, to be sustained, strengthened, nourished, and supported and, on the other hand, to sense that we are sinful. In fact, the more we enjoy Christ, the more we will sense that we are sinful, worldly, natural, fleshly, soulish, and very much against God. The more we enjoy Christ, the more joy we will have, and also the more bitterness we will have. While we are thanking the Lord for being everything to us, we may also be confessing with tears how sinful, worldly, fleshly, and full of the self and the natural man we are, and how much we are for ourselves and how little we are for God. Before God we may feel that everything concerning us is wrong. In our experience the enjoyment of Christ as life is always accompanied by such a real repentance. This is to enjoy Christ with a contrite heart and a broken spirit (Psa. 51:17). Whenever we eat and enjoy Christ as the Lamb, there must also be the bitter herbs.