What Does Your Walk Sound Like?


How can a husband and wife walk together if they cannot come together in agreement? (Amos 3:3)
When we look at the word “agree”, the Greek word for agree is
“sumphoneo” (pronounced~ Soom•foan-e-o). Sumphoneo means “to sound together”. It brings to mind the word “symphony” and one might consider how their marriage sounds. Does the sound glorify God? Would He describe the sound as one of discord and confusion or one of accord and harmony? We need to reflect on the sound we are making with our spouses. A husband and wife need to come together as one-flesh partners and produce one sound that resonates agreement. By agreeing, they walk out the spiritual principle of being “one-flesh” in the natural (Mark 10:8).
There is power in your agreement! Even if you and your spouse don’t truly agree, you must agree to submit to one another out of reverence to God and at least come together and pray (Ephesians 5:21). Pray for agreement that you will both seek God’s will in making decisions when you come together in prayer. Husband is the head and therefore, the ultimate decision he makes is one he should be comfortable being held accountable by God for. He will have to answer to God for being the head of his wife and whether his decisions were made in line with God’s will. When a husband and his wife sumphoneo or agree, the spiritual blast from the sound that they release into the spiritual realm must be like a heavenly blast that pushes the unseen, wicked influences away and surrounds their marriage with a spiritual force field.
Deuteronomy 32:30 says, “How should… two put ten thousand to flight, except their Rock had sold them, and the Lord had shut them up?”
There is power in the sound you and your spouse make when you agree. The two of you can put the enemy to flight when you come together and sumphoneo! Amen! Praise God for the sound of agreement!!!
Cassandra Salamone♡
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