The Power Of Agreement (1 of 3) by Frank Damazio
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Series: Agreement - Partner With God
Introduction: It is a powerful move to set our hearts to seek the Lord with prayer and fasting as a congregation. To humble ourselves and call on the name of the Lord, standing in agreement prayer, releases something powerful and supernatural in the invisible realm that touches the visible realm. Agreeing is forming a partnership with God, employing the prayer of faith as we bind and loose with powerful intercession.
Matthew 18:19 Again I say to you that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by My Father in heaven.
Message When two of you get together on anything at all on earth and make a prayer of it, my Father in heaven goes into action.
Again, assuredly I am saying to you, If two of you upon the earth are in agreement, concerning every matter of which they ask that something be given it shall become theirs from the presence of my Father who is in heaven.
I. DEFINING AGREEMENT
a. To be in agreement with, in unison, in one accord
b. To speak together with agreement, harmonious and united
c. To agree with and declare statements agreed upon
d. To champion with the same view or vision agreed upon
e. To regard something as settled; to reach agreement
a. To be in line, agree, accord
b. To stand as one
c. To fall into the line of footprints
d. To hold true to, to stay in agreement with what has been spiritually attained
B. CONCEPTUAL DEFINITION
1. To be in agreement is to be in unity, speaking and championing the same vision. It is to stand as one, holding true to what has been agreed upon.
2. Agreement is synergy.
a. Agreement synergy is the working together of two things to produce an effect greater than the sum of their individual parts; an advantageous agreement that results in a greater outcome.
b. Agreement as a church is a powerful ...
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