I like to ask you this question: “Will You Make A Choice To Be A “Honker”? of course you will!
Have you ever heard a bunch of musicians warming up for a show or something? You know, how that sounds don’t you? When they are warming up on all the different instruments, it sounds terribly inharmonious, but when the conductor unites them and they “make a symphony.” The sound is beautiful and harmonious. This is a very powerful principle in life that Jesus gave us.
Matthew 18:19-20 says: Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching anything that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. The Amplified Bible paraphrases the words “shall agree” as “make a symphony.” Isn’t that awesome?
Make a choice to come together even when there are strong differences between you and another person. Who are “they” in verse 19? These are the parties who once fell out. They’ve come together and now can move forward. When you make a decision to talk, you have made a decision to shut off the ability to stop Satan in his tracks, and the ability to heal a potential problem. When you make the decision not to talk and not say anything about the subject ever, you have decided, ‘Satan, you can have full range in my relationship.’
When two or three are gathered together in the authority of Jesus, God is in the middle of them instead of the devil.
Walking in love means the enemy can never cause you to lose. You will always be a winner if you refuse to live in strife, and choose to patch it up with the people with whom you’ve had trouble. God said, “I will be in the middle of your gathering, and I will make good on whatever you agree.”
That’s the key to the kingdom that Jesus gave you!
Let’s have a look at Moses and Aaron. They formed a divine partnership before Pharaoh. Moses felt very weak and unqualified. God is always patient with us and in this case He sent Aaron, his older brother. God promised to be with all their words and teach them what to say which illustrates a very close relationship between God and his messenger. For the next four decades, these two men walked together doing great exploits for God.
“How could one person chase a thousand of them, and two people put ten thousand to flight . . . unless the Lord had given them up?” (Deuteronomy 32:30). Two people who are in agreement are five times more powerful than two individuals acting alone! Aren’t we all far away from this very Godly principle?
Moses and Aaron did not realize how much they would need each other until after their first round with Pharaoh. Not only did Pharaoh reject them, but also their own people rejected them.
Solomon said, “Two people can accomplish more than twice as much as one; they get a better return for their labor. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But people who are alone when they fall are in real trouble” (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10).
It is a scientifically proven that geese flying in a flock honk to encourage each other. Moses needed a “honker” in Aaron, and you, too, need others to support you. Choose to be a honker for somebody else and find your two or three “honkers,” and take on the “Pharaoh” in your life!
It’s the power of choice to be in agreement with each other; to come together as one and make a symphony. God is in the middle of them instead of the devil. Will You Make A Choice To Be A “Honker”? Make a choice and it will change your life.
Are you going to choose to be a honker for somebody?