the message below are excerpts from the opening charge of the 2016 Ministers’ forum as delivered by Bishop David Abioye
God’s glory is the cure for man’s shame. Prayer is a major platform for the encounter of the glory of God; this is why the enemy will do everything to stop the church from praying, 2Chronicles 7:1. God’s glory always responds to man’s prayer. When we start praying the glory comes down, when we stop praying the glory departs. For as long the church prays the Glory of God remains ever present
Moses- Exodus 33:18-19, Exodus 34:29-31.
Jesus- Luke 9:28-32
Men of prayers always remain in glory. God’s glory comes down with time in prayers not just suddenly. Glory Appearances are in the place of prayer. Before men will see your glory you have to see God’s glory because it is His glory that will reflect to show forth your glory. Until you see His glory, Men will not see your glory.