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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 To Have Godly Friends

Father, help me to meet new friends - friends who will encourage me. I know that You are my Source of love, companionship, and friendship. Your love and friendship are expressed through my relationship with You and members of the Body of Christ. As we learn from each other, may we find a worthy purpose in our relationship. Keep me well-balanced in my friendships, so that I will always please You rather than pleasing other people. I ask for divine connections - good friendships ordained by You. Thank You for the courage and grace to let go of detrimental friendships. Your Word says that two are better than one, because if one falls, there will be someone to lift that person up. Thank You for quality friends who help me build a stronger character and draw me closer to You. Help me be a friend to others and to love my friends at all times. Teach me what I need to know to be a quality friend. Instruct my heart and mold my character, that I may be faithful and trustworthy over the friendships You are sending into my life. Father, Your Son, Jesus, is my best Friend. He is a Friend Who sticks closer than a brother. He defined the standard when He said in John 15:13, “Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends.” Thank You, Lord, that I can entrust myself and my need for friends into Your keeping. I submit to the leadership of the Holy Spirit, in the name of Jesus. Amen.
Question of the Week
     Why is Jerusalem known as the                        City of David?                                                                        Though Jerusalem had already existed as a city, it became known as the City of David after David conquered it (2 Sam.5:6-7). During his reign in the city, David developed it into a much larger urban area. Later, the ark of God would be brought to Jerusalem, and David would make plans for a temple to be constructed under the direction of his son Solomon. In the Old Testament, the phrase “City of David” is used of Jerusalem 45 times. In the New Testament, the phrase is found twice—although, in the New Testament, the phrase refers to Bethlehem, where David was born. Jerusalem has been known as the City of David for more than 3,000 years as God has continued to keep the memory of His servant David alive for many generations. There is also a close association between King David and Jesus Christ, the Son of David (Matt.1:1). Both were born in Bethlehem and died in Jerusalem. Both came from obscurity to be kings. Both were devoted to God. Jesus was a descendant of David (Rev.22:16) from the tribe of Judah, where David first reigned. In fact, the City of David is the place where Jesus is to reign in the future. The final chapters of the Bible describe a New Jerusalem where God’s people will reign forever, marking the earthly City of David with an eternal honor.