This oil is the product of a vision received in February 2013, of His children drawing closer to Him and of many who will turn to Him as a result (John 4:35). (More about the vision under Prophetic Word)
When we draw closer to the Lord we become more intimate with Him, hence, more sensitive to His voice. This is when He can share His heart about those who don’t know Him. This will cause us to pray and take action so that many will turn to Him to repent.
In the Old Testament temple only the High Priest could go behind the veil into the Holy of Holies where God’s presence dwelt and where God could commune with him (Ex.25:22 & 1Kings 8). When Jesus died, the veil was torn so that we now can go behind the veil, into His presence where He can commune with us (2Cor.3).
The ingredients in the anointing oil is for the prophetic purpose to draw His children closer to Him:
Cedar and Cypress were used for the interior of the Holy of Holies (2Chron.2&3; 1 Kings 6). It was also used in King Solomon’s place of intimacy with his queen (Song 1:17). Prophetically it contains that place of intimacy into which the King of Kings is drawing us as His Bride.
Sandalwood was used for the stairs and walkways leading into the Temple (2Chron.9:10,11 & 1Kings10:12(NKJV)) and into the Holy of Holies (1Kings6:15).
Frankincense was one of the ingredients on the incense altar where the High Priest prayed. It represents Jesus as the pure sacrifice through whom we can enter into the Holy of Holies. (More detail under Frankincense Anointing Oil).
Myrtle represents intercession or standing before God to plead for others (Zech.1). (See more on this under Esther Anointing Oil).
By anointing Christians or the place where Christians meet, you can declare that they will thirst after God (Ps.63:1-8) to draw closer to Him, that they’ll experience His presence where He can commune with them.
By anointing the place where people don’t Him as Father, you can declare that it is God’s will for them to turn to Him (1Tim.2:3) and that many will turn to Him and repent.