If you are for healing, it is wise not to engage a large number of people to pray for you, because not everyone agrees with what God`s Word says about healing. Some pray, „If it is your will, Lord, heal them.“ These people do not believe that it is God`s will to heal everyone. Pastor Kennedy says that the other side of this prayer is: „If God`s will is not to heal them, let them die!“ To be honest, these people do not have the faith to receive God`s healing, and you do not want them to pray that you will be healed. If God wants to associate you from time to time with other believers, it means that you need other good Christian friends, who can immediately call you and ask them to pray with you in agreement and agreement. Many of you already have good prayer partners with whom you can do so. 2. The second thing to repeat from this verse is the very last sentence in which Jesus says that he will personally be in the midst of two or three faithful who will gather in his name to pray on a particular thing. This next secret of prayer tells us that if two or three faithful can unite in their prayers with the Lord, God, the Father, will move to answer prayer. 1 Corinthians 7:5 Do not deprive yourself of one another, except perhaps by unity for a limited time, so that you may surrender to prayer; but then you come together so that Satan does not seduce you because of your lack of self-control. I believe that God and Jesus are trying to tell us, with the concrete wording of this verse, that there is an extreme power in collective prayer – where a group of believers all marry in one unity, in harmony and in agreement with what they will pray before the Lord. Prayer chains are powerful as long as the people who pray agree. In an interesting Bible verse in Amos 3:3, it says: „Can two leave together, unless they are agreed?“ If two or more people do not fully agree with what they are praying, their prayer of agreement will not be effective. 2 Corinthians 6:16 What is the concordance between the temple of God and the idols? For we are the temple of the living God; As God said: I will make my abode among them, and I will walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people.
Matthew 18:19 has nothing to do with dementia. They remove verse 19 completely from the context of Matthew 18:15-20 verses that concern exclusively ecclesiastical discipline. The writing cannot and cannot be contradicted. On the other hand, I speak to John 5:14 of prayer, and I interrupt the most important factor, that he hears our prayers, if it is according to his will, not according to our own. It is a question of being in perfect harmony with the theme of the request and the Word of God with regard to this theme of the center of the request for prayer and not fully agreeing, because these are other personal things, points of view, feelings and opinions.