21. Peter then came to him and said to him, “Lord, how many times will my brother get against me, and I forgive him?–In the last confrontation, Peter had probably been the object of particular jealousy, and his willingness to move forward to answer constantly for everything else would probably be attributed to him – and if so, probably by Judas, despite the praises of his masters. And as such insinuations were perhaps recurrent, he wanted to know how many times and how long he should last. Up to seven times?–This sacred and complete number, perhaps its importance, must there be a limit where the necessary indulgence will be full? If we ignore the context in which a passage from the Bible is written, we can literally let it say anything. One of the simplest and most important things we should do when reading the Bible is to consider the context. Read the verses before and after. “First of all, Jesus said `where two or three are gathered` in his name, so how could this apply to attitudes of four or more? And why will two or three believers come together so that Jesus may be in their midst? Isn`t he already present in every believer? So, even if a Christian prays, isn`t Jesus already there? You don`t need to call 25 people to pray with you. If you ask For God`s help to better organize your days, or if you ask for His help to deal with a small problem at work, you don`t need to call other prayer warriors to help you in minor and minor things like this. We need to be clear about that… God always hears us when we pray. Whether you are alone in the car, sitting on your knees next to your bed or joining your community in the church, God always hears us. The Bible confirms this fact several times In the context of this verse, God gives his stamp of consent if this process is followed.
It is a question of being in perfect harmony with the theme of the request and the Word of God with regard to this theme of the center of the request for prayer and not fully agreeing, because these are other personal things, points of view, feelings and opinions. That is what I believe the author of this article meant, and that is biblically correct. Verses 15-20 If an avowed Christian is struck by another injustice, he should not complain to others, as is often the case with reporting, but to go privately to the culprit, explain it nicely and show him his behavior. This would normally have the desired effect with a true Christian, and the parties would be reconciled.