D-Day World Prayer Summit
Lord We Must See Your Glory
Our theme for 2022 is “Lord, We Must See Your Glory,” akin to the cry of Moses when he pleaded with God to show him His Glory (Exodus 33:17-18). We want to cry out to heaven on that day and plead with God to show us His glory in the earth in the face of all the devastation from COVID-19 and other judgments in the earth. Like Moses and Aaron stood between the living and the dead after God began to pour His judgment on Israel for their rebellion against Moses and Aaron (Numbers 16:48), and God stayed His hand, so we must stand on D-Day 2022; 14000 persons had already died from the plague, but God stopped it because of His great mercy.
We have assigned various aspects of this cry from the earth to various participants, like the barren is admonished to sing and cry aloud, for greater are the children of the desolate than of the married woman (Isa 54:1). Peradventure, God would take note and show up in His doxa glory, as opposed to His kavod glory (weightiness, terror, judgment, mayhem, calamity, plagues) which He has been pouring out for the past two years via COVID-19. We want to see the splendor of our God, HIS BEAUTY, His majesty, His brightness, His demonstration of greatness and excellence, dynamic, irresistible and “right in your face” manifestation, that the living may know that the Most High rules in the affairs of man. It is time for the narrative to change.
Like Joshua, who said to the Sun and the moon to stand still; like Elijah who said to Ahab, “By my word,” there shall be no rain for the next three and a half years. They were mortal men who knew that God’s glory would show up, so they spoke like God would speak, and the results were phenomenal. We are approaching D-Day 2022 with this in mind.
Let us come together and cry out for the manifestation of God’s glory in the earth and that the knowledge of the glory of God (not the science of COVID-19, and of masks and social distancing, and vaccines) will fill the earth as the waters cover the sea (Habakkuk 2:14)