What Is The Meaning Of Prayer Of Agreement

Yazının yazıldığı tarih Tarih: 15 Nisan 2021  Yazının ait olduğu kategori Bölüm: Genel  Yazının okunma sayısı Okunma: 85 views  Yazıya yapılan toplam yorum Yok.

“If two of you on earth agree on everything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am in the midst of them. (Matthew 18:19-20 NKJV) These words of Jesus are among the main reasons why we gather as the Body of Christ, the Church, and are the basis of all our prayers with other faithful. Jesus promised that if at least “two” of his successors agree on all that will be asked in prayer, their Heavenly Father would do so. What makes this particularly remarkable is the association he makes with a senseless truth, that if two or more believers are gathered in his name – that is, at the same time in the same place where his name is raised – he will manifest his invisible presence in their midst! If every believer could understand this great reality, it would change their lives and their whole prospect of meeting with the Church! Remember, the true person of the Lord Jesus Christ comes in the presence of his successor. Although invisible, he is there, just as he was with Peter, James or John, available to touch life with his presence, his love and his power. The word “Agree” comes from the Greek word “SUMPHONEO”, which means to be harmonious or in accordance with the English words, the symphony and the concert. Thus, the prayer of concord can be considered as a prayer, uttered by more than one person at the same time for the same thing or agreed with it. However, the idea that Jesus taught seems to involve more than prayer, but also the purpose and attitude of the people gathered.

Similarly, the term “assembled” comes from the Greek words “SUN,” which refers to unity or completeness, and “AGO,” meaning to be collected or brought together. Combined with SUNAGO, the term conveys the idea of coming together in unity or “unity,” which was the same description of the Pentecost Day assembly, before the Lord`s successors were filled with the strength of the Holy Spirit. “When the day of Pentecost was filled, they were all unanimous in one place” (Acts 2:1). “One chord” is another interesting phrase that comes from HOMOTHYMADON, a word for unity or bias.

Facebook'ta paylaş   Twitter'da paylaş   Besleme | RSS


Yorumlara Kapalı