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    What these people do not recognize is that true experienced and experienced prayer warriors know when and when they do not associate with another believer. I prayed for my husband who, after his studies, decided to return from the UK to our home country, Africa. My husband is not as strong mentally as I am, and I have encouraged him to believe and grow mentally. Things are so difficult, I`m back to finish school in another African country, he`s back home looking for a job and trying to start a business. We need a serious financial breakthrough. As an African family, we have many family members and duties that we cannot fulfill at this point. More than that, I`m pregnant for our first common child and we don`t even have the money to see a doctor! All this frustrates my husband and he tends to get anxious and angry. He is thinking of going back to Britain, but I don`t want him because it can take him further away from the grace of God! I know the life he lived in, and I don`t want him back in this life! Please, I need your advice to aim my prayers for a job and a financial breakthrough. Please help us! We fasted and I continued to love it. 3.

    Now I`ll leave you a little secret. This little mystery is for all pastors and for all others in the flock who want to learn to become a mighty prayer warrior on their way with the Lord. It was a very good article, but I ask where the author read “perfect or accurate” correspondence in the worms quoted. In Matthew 18:19-20 no, where he says “perfect correspondence” in most of the translations I read it said “… if two of you on Earth agree on anything…┬áThe only thing I suspect is that it might have something to do with the Greek translation, and if that is the case, it should be said. Otherwise, if that is the author`s opinion, it should also be said. Not two people will ever agree “perfectly,” not possible. We are human beings and we all have their own perspective.

    Only the Holy Trinity fully agrees. The other thing is minor, but verse 20 has also been cited and unrecognized. As a result of these particularly anointed and anointed prayer warriors, so successful and so powerful in their personal life of prayer with the Lord, many of these people are not known – not only from most of the herds of the Church to which they belong, but they are not even known to their own pastors or other officials of their Church. God has many of these mighty warriors of prayer who are kept in the shadows. Verses 21-35 Although we live entirely from mercy and forgiveness, we are lagging behind in forgiving the crimes of our brethren. This parable shows how much God has the provocation of his family on earth and how unpleasant his servants are. There are three things in the parable: 1. The Wonderful Grace of the Master. The guilt of sin is such that we cannot pay for it.

    Look here at what every sin deserves; it is the reward of sin, which will be sold as a slave. It is the folly of many who are under strong convictions of their sins to believe that they can make God satisfied with the injustice they have done to him. 2. The servant`s unreasonable severity towards his companion, despite his Lord`s grace to him.