The verse and response lines are taken from Psalm 104 describing God's sending forth His Spirit as He creates all that is seen and unseen, as we pray in the Nicene Creed.
When you're on fire about something, aren't you passionate about it? We are called to be that way in expressing our love for God's truth in how we live and spread our Faith.
It is not always easy finding the right words to pray. On certain days we may be feeling particularly uninspired and no words come to mind to express ourselves. There are instructions set forth in the Word of God to teach men how to live a prosperous life. True prosperity is the ability to apply the power of God to meet any need spiritual, mental, and physical.
Along with many others in the New Testament, these two verses make it obvious that walking by the Spirit is not simply a matter of passive surrender. The Spirit-led life is a life of conflict, because it is in constant combat with the old ways of the flesh that continue to tempt and seduce the believer. The flesh sets its desire against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh.
A believer who is not actively involved in resisting evil and obviously seeking to do good is not being led by the Spirit, no matter how much he may think he is “surrendered.” The faithful believer is not an observer but “a good soldier of Christ Jesus” who is engaged in the “active service” of his Lord.