Power in Agreement

“For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them” (Matthew 18:20).

There are many spiritual laws that govern our activities in the earth realm. One of these laws is the law of agreement and Jesus taught his disciples about this law. This law needs two people to be activated and it includes our conversations, discussions and our prayers of agreement to take effect.

You know those conversations that you have daily, where you vent and discuss things that you are disappointed and frustrated about. Why not turn those conversations into sessions, where you jointly agree on what you are believing God for. Make your daily confessions to each other, agree concerning what you are believing God to do and then pray concerning each other’s struggles.

Many of our conversations are used to compare notes and if we are honest, talking to people makes us feel better. This is because we realise that as bad as we feel things are, it could be worst. None of us are meant to run each other’s race and the trials set out for each person, are to bring about a specific result. God is not tempted by evil and he does not cause bad things to happen to people. What God does is cause all things, to work together for good, for those who love Him and are called by Him (Romans 8:28).

We also know that there is a spiritual law concerning unity and strength in numbers. “How should one chase a thousand, And two put ten thousand to flight” (Deuteronomy 32:30). When we speak let us remember the spiritual law concerning our confessions. “You shall decree a thing and it shall be established” (Job 22:28).

“Let us be reminded of the power of life and death in our tongue” (Proverbs 18:21). In this season let us put into action, the spiritual laws set out in the bible and start to come in agreement concerning what we are believing God to do. Use your words to command the atmosphere and stand in agreement for change to happen.


8 thoughts on “Power in Agreement

  1. Early this year something happened. Someone near and dear to me said some very unkind things and decided to not speak to me although I was merely acting as a peacemaker to diffuse another situation between them and someone else. I remember getting home and walking into my bedroom and I said God I’m not complaining this year, I’m going to speak the results I want to see and act as though those results are present. And I keep reading things which remind me of this!!! Yes I’m being intentional with my speech because my words have power…intentional with my thoughts as well because God can do exceeding, abundantly above all we THINK

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