"Although Jesus often spent time alone in prayer, there were multiple occasions when He encouraged His closest disciples to pray with Him. Peter, James, and John accompanied Jesus to the mount of transfiguration (Matt. 17:1-2). He urged them to unite with Him in praying in Gethsemane (Luke 22:39-46). There is unusual power in united prayer."
"The promise (Matt. 18:19-20) is made on condition that the united prayers of God’s people are offered, and in answer to these prayers there may be expected a power greater than that which comes in answer to private prayer. The power given will be proportionate to the unity of the members and their love for God and for one another."
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You can listen to these broadcasts live on: www.paroledelivrance.org or over the phone at (832) 551-5094. Jesus loves you. He entrusts you with a mission. You are unique and precious in His eyes.
Your brother in Christ,
Dr. Jean-Marie Charles
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