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Now to Him who is able to protect you from stumbling, and to make you stand in the presence of His glory, blameless with great joy, to the only God our Savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, dominion, and authority, before all time and now and forever. Amen (Jude 24-25 nasb).

1 Let’s begin this month by praising God for the sacrificial and redemptive work of Jesus that makes it possible for us to “stand in the presence of His glory, blameless with great joy” (Jude 24).

2 In seeking to please God, Moses longed to know His ways (Exodus 33:13). Pray that the members of your church family will experience a renewed desire to know and better understand the ways of God.

3 Pray that the members of your church will have the same heart as Moses when he said to God, “If Your presence does not go with us, do not lead us up from here” (Exodus 33:15).

4 Pray that churches in your community will experience the kind of revival that sets them apart from the ways of the world. Pray that these congregations will be distinguished within your community by the ongoing, manifest presence of God (Exodus 33:16).

5 Pray that your pastor and church leaders will be desperate to experience the glory of God (Exodus 33:18).

6 Pray that your entire congregation will understand how God holds Christians accountable individually and corporately when they depart from His presence, purposes, and ways (Ezekiel 36:19).

7 Pray that Christians across the country will long for the manifest presence of God more than just His blessings of favor. Pray that we will all see Christ’s powerful presence as the only hope for lasting, spiritual victory within our churches and nation (Psalm 44:3).

8 In Matthew 21:12-16, we see Jesus cleansing the temple in Jerusalem. Pray that God will move in a similar way today, bringing purification, prayer, power, perfected praise, and His anointed presence back into the lives of church members.

9 Pray that Christians will purpose to demonstrate their love for Christ by obeying Him completely. Pray for the grace to lay down whatever displeases Christ and do that which brings Him the greatest pleasure (John 14:21).

10 Before every spiritual awakening in America, the church has acknowledged through prayer her need for God’s manifest presence. Cry out to Him today that this same burden will once more arise and be evidenced by the church’s pursuit of God through fervent prayer (James 5:16).

11 When the manifest presence of God is felt among church members, they often sense an increased burden for the lost to be saved. Just as Jesus came to seek and save the lost, pray that today’s church members will do the same (Luke 19:10).

12 Ask God to so manifest His power within His people that boldness and clarity of witness become the norm (Acts 1:8).

13 As we sense Christ’s holy presence personally, pray that believers everywhere will be moved to courageously obey the two Great Commandments: loving God with all their hearts and loving their neighbors as they love themselves (Matthew 22:37-40).

14 Pray that God will break the church’s love of self, money, and pleasure (2 Timothy 3:2-4). Pray that we will instead choose to love Christ, seeking His manifest presence more than the passing pleasures of this world

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