Prayer Summary for July 25


We yield to You today!
Lord, we give all of our hearts to You!
Thank You for the presence of Your Spirit!
We want our hearts to be stirred and set on fire for You
Remove hindrances that are in the way of us connecting with Your glory
We turn away from them and rise to a place where the shackles of this world fall off our feet
Lord, we cast all of our cares and fears on You!
Thank You for liberty to flow with You and in You!
We want to do the things You show us to do!
Illuminate us and make us brighter!
We have been called to go all the way through to the finish line!
Lord, we trust You and we pull out of the rest area
Many things have been locked up, but we speak freedom now!
You are revealing the mysteries!
Thank You for a strengthening today!
Father, we thank You for the protection of the blood around us
The Word, the blood, and the ministry of the Spirit sustain and keep us
Moving out with new resources
Praying over the new positions, places, and plans
A position for promotion!
Father, we believe for all of the elements to line up in and on time!
It will be alright!
Shaking things off and moving through
Take your heavenly seat and operate from there!
When we speak to things to move, they must move because of the power and authority we have through the blood of Jesus!
Declaring many ministries are about to break through!
Keep your feet moving in the right way, and keep your eyes on Him
Speaking to positions of authority in the church—you MUST pursue and do what the Lord has called you to do
We pray for momentum, strengthening, and encouragement!
It is for the Church to move to a higher position!
Thank You, Lord, for great and impossible plans!
We move out to where no man has ever been before
Praying for accuracy in hearing, seeing, knowing, and doing!
Leaving complacency behind!
Thank You for Your favor that is before us
We watch over steps and territories we have never even thought of going into!
There are positions that need to be filled
Thank You for Your Holy Spirit resting upon them
Giving them wisdom and clarity
We will go in the right way and will speak the right words
Calling for a complete turnaround!
Help us to see Your glory, for everything we need is found there!
You are so worthy and precious, Lord
We continually humble ourselves before You
Thank You for all of the new You have prepared for us
We call this day supernaturally blessed!


The following commentary to Exodus 24:16–17 is taken from The Revival Study Bible:

No Fire, No Glory
Exodus 24:16–17

To the Israelites, the glory of the Lord looked like a consuming fire on top of the mountain. When the glory of God is present, people know it. There is no more need to announce the presence of God’s glory than there is need to announce the presence of fire. God’s glory is something tangible. Everyone feels it; everyone sees it; everyone experiences it. In fact, the glory of God is the visible manifestation of God either by a distinct outward form (like the pillar of cloud) or by a supernatural; outward demonstration (like the raising of Lazarus from the dead or a miraculous healing). What has become of the glory?

Because our nation has experienced precious little revival in the last two generations, we have “changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like corruptible man” (Rom 1:23). We have cheapened it, trivialized it, and made it something light—the Hebrew for “glory” means “heavy”! We have had plenty of smoke (we can really talk it up!) but very little fire.

How will we know when the glory appears? How can we see the glory of God? “Now it came to pass, as Aaron spoke to the whole congregation of the children of Israel, that they looked toward the wilderness, and behold, the glory of the Lord appeared in the cloud” (Ex 16:10). “Did I not say to you that if you would believe you would see the glory of God?” (John 11:40). These are the words of Jesus! Believe His Word. Then you will see. Show us Your glory, oh, God! (See Ex 33:18).

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