Calling on a prayer partner to pray is biblical. It makes a difference.
“Again I tell you if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by My Father in Heaven.” (Matthew 18:19)
The Bible teaches one of the first things we need to learn about praying with others, is “unity.” Jesus said, “if you agree it will be done.”
I was so in awe of this scripture recently because of the realization I came to. I learned how important prayer partners truly are.
The word “agree” is very important here. Before entering in heavy prayer, we must be certain our prayer partner is 100% in agreement with our faith and their faith in Jesus Christ our Lord. We must agree that only Jesus is the way- the truth and the life. John 14:6. We must agree that the Bible is inerrant. No mistakes, without fault in its original translation and INSPIRED by God.
We must believe as we unite in a faith-filled prayer that Jesus was born of a virgin-lived a sinless life and died for our sins and rose from the dead and that whosoever believes will have eternal life.
Why is this so important when entering into prayer with someone else? It’s very important because the two of you must have equal faith trusting God will accomplish what He promises. How can you have that kind of faith if you don’t believe the same thing? Think about it. Faith is so vital in prayer.
The Bible says “one can put a 1000 to flight and two can put 10,000 to flight.” (Deuteronomy 32:30). Do the math and see how powerful 2 or more believers can be when they join together about their concerns.
Ask a strong believer to pray with you, in agreement.
Unity in the body of Christ is extremely important to God. That is why we at Women World Leaders are very insistent and persistent about what we believe and being united as sisters in Christ through prayer. We don’t take prayer lightly. We pray with faith for one another. We carry each other’s burdens.
“I in them and you in me–so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.” (John 17:23)
Wow, this scripture completely describes the importance of unity. Please find a prayer partner that’s united in faith with you. We have many women who desire to pray together in unity to accomplish great and mighty things as God has promised. If you are one of those committed prayer warriors, we need you.
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Think about this, pray about it and please, be a prayer partner or request a prayer partner with another believer.