The combination of confessing our sins one another with godly grief (sorrow) and “the prayer of faith…for one another” by a “righteous person” brings about the forgiveness and healing. We must not leave out one of these elements lest we lower “serving one another” to a ritual that leaves out the active presence and power of God through the Holy Spirit and genuine character on our part.
As each of these “one another” principles are put into practice, the body of Christ is strengthened and made to mature. I trust you have gained from these six blogs. Pass on to others what you are learning and you will grow yourself.