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Over time, it is very easy for your brain to, unknowingly, add false memories.  When other people and 'word-of-mouth' are added, multiple 'truths' are born.  (A truth depends on other factors.  So, there can be more than one truth.)  This fact is illustrated in the existence of multiple religious 'truths.'
(Have you ever listened to a song, on the radio, and you heard the artist say a phrase.  You were told by all of your friends that the artist said the phrase that you heard.  Now, that is a truth, to you.  You are totally convinced that you  heard correctly.  Then, you meet someone that is totally convinced that the artist said something else.  Who's truth is really true?)
Many times, the brain's addition of false information begin at the misquoting and personal interpretations of facts.  This is the case with this verse.
Matthew 18:19 
Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven.
Many tell of this verse as saying:  ' Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching my Father shall be there also.'  But, it is known that God is there even if two don't agree.  God's presents can not be governed by people.
History has shown us that many beliefs have started from 'truths' that have started from smaller brain additions.  If I am mistaken, please let me know.  Unlearn.

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