How many times have we heard preachers quote “Where two or more are gathered together in my name, there I am in the midst of them.”? It is a common phrase invoked at large religious gatherings when opening up the sermon. Yet, it now appears that it never was in the Bible.
What is in it's place is the text "where two or three are gathered". Let's ponder that. Where TWO OR THREE are gathered, there is Jesus in the midst of them. How about four or five? How about one or two hundred? Mmmm, no, it doesn't say that Jesus will be in a group larger than three.
Ironically (or not), this has played out during the scamdemic of 2020 to be advantageous to our Satanic orverlords. "You can't have any crowds, and the churches must be closed!" Then, low and behold, a preacher actually pointed out that it says in the Bible that "two or three are gathered" meant that groups should be small.
We believe that due to the supernatural Bible changes that have been occurring since about 2016, that this is a Mandela Effect, and it has been changed from "where two or more are gathered". Watch below to see how many decades of people have been so-called "misremembering" this phrase and ask yourself - how could they all have gotten it so wrong?
For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.
The following video repeats the verse "where two or more are gathered in my name" at minute 3:50: