A chariot is a vehicle. A vessel. A container. A mode of transportation. The Intercessory Chariot is a conveyor of prayer. A conveyor of intercession. The lens around the logo of The Intercessory Chariot resembles an eye of an eagle that has a range of vision over other eagles who desire to convey the Word of God and prayer to multitudes through all forms of creative writing and arts.

The Word of God can penetrate any heart, no matter the location. It is full of energy, and it pierces more sharply than a two edged-sword. It will even penetrate to the very core of our being where soul and spirit, bone and marrow meet. It interprets and reveals the true thoughts and secret motives of our hearts. (Hebrews 4:12 TPT)

Be the kind of container God can use to present any and every kind of gift to his guests for their blessing. (2 Timothy 2:2 MSG)

Pray without ceasing. (1 Thessalonians 5:17 KJV)

And do everything with love. (1 Corinthians 16:14 NLT)


I looked for someone who might rebuild the wall of righteousness that guards the land. I searched for someone to stand in the gap in the wall so I wouldn’t have to destroy the land, but I found no one. (Ezekiel 22:30 NLT)

An Intercessor is someone who avails themselves to speak to God on behalf of others through prayer. A person who takes time to pray for the needs of others, for them to be delivered from oppression or for them to be able to comprehend the blessings due to them from our heavenly Father. An Intercessor must operate through partnership with the Holy Spirit, who gives us the ability to love and the ability to go deep into matters of those we intercede for.

And the Holy Spirit helps us in our weakness. For example, we don’t know what God wants us to pray for. But the Holy Spirit prays for us with groanings that cannot be expressed in words. (Romans 8:26 NLT)

God, the searcher of the heart, knows fully our longings, yet he also understands the desires of the Spirit, because the Holy Spirit passionately pleads before God for us, his holy ones, in perfect harmony with God’s plan and our destiny. (Romans 8:27 TPT)