The Power Of Agreement Bible Study

If you agree – mind and soul (spirit) – your actions must be consistent. If finances are what you`ve agreed on, you`d expect the money to come in. That means agreeing. You can`t agree on something in prayer, then do the opposite and wait for it to happen. If you do that, your actions will eventually take your mind. Let us look at the following scriptures and examine what each of them says on the theme of convergence: «Father, we see in your word that you will satisfy all our needs for glory according to your wealth. We all agree that our financial needs should be covered according to your word. We think we are receiving (be specific) _________ Amen`» The prayer of concordance will only work if it is based on the Word of God. You and your husband or wife might one day get up and accept that you will own a hundred oil wells by midnight, but you will never see that this prayer of agreement will come true because it is not based on the Word of God.

So, if you have a desire as a family, speak up first. Find the promise that covers the special situation for which you are praying. So write it down and meditate on it, until, as Psalm 112:7 (1JV) says, your heart is fixed and trusting in the Lord. Set your whole family on this promise so that your agreement is built on a solid foundation. The word agree, which Jesus uses in Matthew 18:19, can also be translated to harmonize or make a symphony. A symphony consists of many instruments that seem to be played together in one voice. If you have ever heard a symphony, you know that if each instrument is correct, each of them plays separately, there is not much to hear. But when the conductor raises his wand and all these instruments begin to harmonize, the sound they make is extremely powerful. The same goes for prayer. Believers who are united in the Holy Spirit are a powerful and inexorable force. This is why Satan fights Christian families. That is why he does not want men and women to be united in marriage.

He wants us to fight and bring back all the time, because He knows that this will hinder our prayers (cf. 1 Peter 3:7). Whenever you do not get results from the chord prayer, you perform a test of harmony. Ask the Holy Spirit to show you when you are in conflict with your husband or wife (or someone else). Then follow the instructions of Mark 11:25 (11:25), where Jesus tells us: «If you pray, forgive yourself if you are against anyone, so that your Father, who is in heaven, may forgive you too.» It is not enough for you and your spouse to simply agree on the particular topic for which you are praying. . . .

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