Topic: Matthew 18:15-20
"I also tell you this - if two of you agree down here on earth concerning anything you ask for, My Father in heaven will do it for you" (Matthew 18:19).
Some of the richest experiences of my life have occurred in the practice of meeting with one or two individuals to pray specifically for definite things. The Scripture promises that one person can defeat 1000 but two can defeat 10,000 (Deuteronomy 32:30).
I believe that same principle holds in prayer. When individuals pray together, agreeing concerning a certain matter - assuming, of course, that they are praying according to the Word and will of God - the mighty sources of deity are released in their behalf.
Some interpret this verse to refer to church discipline, rejecting the claim that I am making in principle that there is great power, supernatural power, released when God's children unite together in prayer. We have not because we ask not (James 4:2). Whatsoever we shall ask in prayer, believing, we shall receive (Matthew 21:22). If we ask anything according to God's will, He hears and answers us (1 John 5:14). If we ask anything in Christ's name, He will do it (John 14:14).
When two or more individuals unite and together claim these promises concerning a certain matter whatever it may be, they should expect answers. That is in accordance with God's promise and God does not lie.
I will seek opportunities to unite with others to pray specifically concerning the needs of individual believers or my church or missions around the world, and we will expect answers in accordance with God's promise.