You know what doesn't make a ton of sense? The idea I used to getting someone else to agree with you in prayer was all it took to make God give you whatever you want whenever you want it? That would be both awesome and a weird chaotic mess.
And further, how did I go for so long when I was young thinking that was what Matthew 18:20 was saying?
Better late than never.
Let's ruin the twisted version of Matthew 18:20 that says that God always has to give us things we pray for when we pray with at least two people at once.
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