If this verse is used in this way, it means that if two or more agree, what they ask will be done. In other words, when two people pray the same prayer, we hear what they are praying for. Verses 1-6 Christ said many of his sufferings, but only one of his glory; but the disciples attach themselves to it and neglect others. Many like to hear and talk about the privileges and glory that are willing to miss the thoughts of work and effort. Our Lord introduced them to a small child and solemnly assured them that they would not be able to come to his kingdom if they were not converted and made as young children. Children, when they are very young, do not want authority, do not see external distinctions, are free from wickedness, are educated and willingly dependent on their parents. It is true that they soon begin to show other predispositions, and other ideas are taught to them at an early age; but they are signs of childhood, and they make them true emblems of the spirit of the lower of true Christians. Certainly, we must be renewed daily in the spirit of our mind, in order to become simple and humble, as little children, and ready to be the smallest of all. Let`s study this every day and look at our own minds. Thus, we can trust that God will grant our prayers, if we follow him obediently and pray according to His will.
If they have not lived the answered prayer, then perhaps you do not live in obedience and/or pray according to his will (or perhaps he answered and you did not recognize the answer, because he often responds in a way that we do not expect). Hello Sandra, as I mentioned in the article, every believer has in him the Holy Spirit, and Paul says that Christ is in us. So two people are not necessary for the Lord to be present. He is present in all believers. The article clearly shows what this is about in the passage and it is not a question of needing two or three people together for the Lord to be present in his Church. This statement was made within the framework of ecclesiastical discipline. I hope it will help. Mark Moore in Chronological`s The Life Of Christ put it this way, the prayer of verse 19 is not for “everything” we could plan or wish for, but for any court case.