“Amen and Amen” is found 3 times in the Bible; all in the book of Psalms. David said it in Ps. 41:13. Solomon, quoting his dad, in Ps 72:19. Ethan the Ezrahite in Ps. 89:52.
If Amen means so be it unto me (I claim that promise for myself), what does Amen and Amen mean? Why the extra Amen?
Matthew Henry explains that “Amen and Amen” means: what is so now, let it be so to all eternity. Or, as I say Amen, let all others say Amen too. Perhaps the next time you hear something in a sermon you’d like to acquire for yourself and your whole family, and not just for now but forever; try adding that extra Amen! Amen? Amen and Amen!