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Prayer of Agreement

Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by My Father who is in heaven.
(Matthew 18:19)

   A Prayer That Avails Much

Father God, in the name of Jesus I abide in You, and Your words remain in me and continue to live in my heart. Therefore, I ask whatever I will, and it shall be done for me. When I produce much fruit it brings great glory to You Father, in the name of Jesus, I commit to a new adventure in prayer and I will not give up. Jesus, You understand my weaknesses. So in Your name I come boldly to the throne of God to receive mercy and find grace to help when I need it. There are times I do not know what I ought to pray for, especially when I’m praying for others. Holy Spirit, I submit to Your leadership and thank You for interceding for me with groans that words cannot express. Search my heart and reveal the mind of the spirit to me because You intercede in accordance with God’s will. Therefore, I am assured and know that all things work together and are fitting into a plan for my good and the good of others, because I love God and am called according to Your design and purpose. I resist the temptation to be anxious about anything, but in every circumstance and in everything by prayer and petition with thanksgiving I continue to make my wants known to You. Whatever I ask for in prayer, I believe that it is granted to me, and I will receive it. The effectual prayers of the righteous avail much, and I come with a heart of thanksgiving for You were made sin so that I could be made righteous. in the name of my Lord Jesus Christ. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven! Amen.
Question of the Week
       Why do we need to confess our sins if                   they have already been forgiven? 

There are two aspects of forgiveness. One is referring to salvation, in which God has taken our sins and removed them from us “as far as the east is from the west” (Ps.103:12). This is the judicial forgiveness that God gives us upon receiving Jesus Christ as Savior. All our past, present, and future sins are forgiven on a judicial basis, meaning that we will not suffer eternal judgment for our sins. The price paid by Christ on the cross has satisfied God’s wrath against sin, and no further sacrifice or payment is necessary. When Jesus said, “It is finished,” He meant it. Our positional forgiveness was obtained then and there. We still often suffer consequences of sin while we are here on earth, however, which brings us to the question at hand. 1 John 1:9 is dealing with what we call “relational” forgiveness. When we sin, our fellowship with Him is hindered until we confess our sin. When we confess our sin to God, the fellowship is restored. This is relational forgiveness. Our daily fellowship with God needs to stay in good standing (relational forgiveness). Proper fellowship with God cannot happen with unconfessed sin in our lives. Therefore, we need to confess our sins to God as soon as we are aware that we have sinned, in order to maintain close fellowship with God.