Act 3:1 Now Peter and John were going up to the temple at the hour of prayer, the ninth hour.
Peter and John were friends from their early days of fishing (before Christ called them). And with their call, they differed greatly in gifts and point of views. They had been rivals; now they walked and served together seen with this example of going to the temple to pray. We note their conscious decision to set a time, the hour of prayer, perhaps being reminded of the Lord’s rebuke, “…could you not watch with me one hour?” (Mat 26:40). No longer was this a must do but a delight to do, the sweet hour of prayer.
Let us consider the advantage of having a prayer partner, “Two are better than one because they have a good reward for their toil.” (Ecc 4:9). Every believer should have a personal prayer life and in addition be open to corporate prayers. I know from 20yrs experience the dynamic, another level of prayers with a tag team prayer partner. In prayers, you ignite one another, it’s like a log burning when set on fire but experiences another level of burn when put together with other logs.You both learn from each other, growing stronger. This dynamic connection pushes you to excel and sow to greater heights. There is strength in numbers with like minded souls.