SCRIPT FOR TODAY: PDCP- 02/17/15- “Come Together!” (Matthew 18:20)

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SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 02/17/15- “Come Together!” (Matthew 18:20)

Premise Question: What is the most significantly important principle, to accept and understand, when we, as believers, come together to meet; and, is actually “The Key Factor” to ever getting anything accomplished, that when implemented, will bring to fruition, Papa God’s perfectly designed, ultimate divine plan, His purpose and will?

For where two or three gather together as my followers, I am there among them.” (‭Matthew‬ ‭18‬:‭20‬ NLT)

For, anytime, anywhere, and for any reason, even if there are only two or three of you, as members of The Company of The Redeemed, that come together, in agreement, to meet in My Name, I, The LORD, will always be there with you. (Matthew 18:20 PDCP)

Bottom Line: It is agreement! Simply put: The LORD is with us, when we meet, if we are in agreement! Otherwise, not so much. For its not the where, what place or the why, for what reason, or a specific set time, nor is it who we may be meeting with, or the count and amount of who we’re meeting with, but it is how we choose to meet, by coming together, being in one accord, in a spirit of cooperation, uniting our hearts, as one, in The Name of The LORD, setting aside our differences, by accepting the principle of agreement and then connecting to it through the implementation and application of it to every situation and circumstance we are confronted or challenged with, always coming together in agreement, every time we meet, for whatever the reason. So, as I use some words from an old song of my youth: “Come together, right now, over me!” I believe The LORD used the principle and concept of these words long before the Beatles did, just sayin. Here’s just three of the many scrips to consider…Amos 3:3, 1 Corinthians 1:10 and Psalm 133…Blessings…
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