Sunday, March 26, 2017


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

Deola prayed and fasted about an issue that was troubling her, but she knew she had not prayed through because there was still fear and anxiety in her heart concerning the issue.
During the Sunday worship service, the pastor cut short his sermon and gave people opportunity to pray for long. As soon as Deola started praying, she knew that her prayers this time were penetrating the heavens. By the time she had prayed in church for 20 minutes (cumulatively), she knew she had prayed through. Her heart was now full of faith concerning the issue she was praying about.
She saw the visible signs of answered prayer the next day.

Jesus never breaks His word. If He has said He would be in the midst of people gathered in His name, you can be sure He will keep His word.

The problem usually is that we do not know how to access [and take advantage of] His presence that is in our midst when we gather in His name. One of the ways to easily access His presence and power is through heartfelt worship and prayers.

Your prayer is more powerful if you pray when gathered with God’s people in Christ’s name because Christ is there in your midst. There is an intensity of Christ’s presence that is available when people gather together in His name. That intensity may not always be available when you are praying alone.

Go into today, deciding to always take advantage of the greater intensity of Christ’s presence brought by the gathering of people in His name.
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