When the power of agreement is present in prayer, miracles happen.

The power of agreement is one of the most powerful weapons the church has, yet perhaps one of the least used. Many churches have a weekly prayer meeting only to come together in “one place” with each person getting in his own corner having personal prayer time. Sister Susie is praying for her children, Brother John is praying for China, Pastor Jones is praying for the city, and little Bobby is praying for his puppy that ran away. Important as each of these prayers may be, they can be covered in their personal prayer time at home.  The Bible says, “Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them” (Matthew 18:19-20).

How can we agree if we are praying for different things? Why not maximize the power of agreement? We get the “one place” right, but often we miss it on the “one accord” part.

One: 1. being a single unit or thing; 2. being one in particular
Accord: 1. to bring into agreement  Webster’s dictionary

“One accord” (being single in agreement) praying led the church into the Book of Acts—into the supernatural. During the previous 30 Days of Prayer many miracles were reported to the World Network of Prayer from churches who participated.

Join with us during the month of January as we focus in prayer together for the needs of our world!