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Rainbow Gospel recordings of which the content centres around the meaning of the IT IS TIME Anointing Oils. It also contain prophetic words released for individuals or nations.

Declare Life When Death Wants to Sit on Your Stoep/Spreek Lewe Wanneer Dood Op Jou Stoep Wil Kom Sit

At the moment with the Covid 19 Pandemic still in our midst, many of us are experiencing death on various levels of life. Marelize uses Jacob as an example, and how God ministered to him, when his mother’s nurse, the only living link with his already diseased mother, passed away. It is about reminding yourself and reminding God of His promises over your life, and about speaking words of life from the Bible into various circumstances, also when someone close to you passes away. Gen.35 Is.62:6-7 Gen.32 2 Cor.1:20 John 10:10 Prov.21:21 Ps.121:7 Lam.3:22-23 Is.41:10 Ps.116:15
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The Joneses from Next Door/Die Jansens van Langsaan

Just as the Israelites were influenced by the nations around them, we as Christians, are often influenced by those around us, who aren’t Christians. We are called to be the salt of the earth. Salt is efficient in circumstance where there is no salt, an example of how we as Christians should make a difference where God has placed us amongst non-Christians. Gideon was influenced by what he saw, and by the fear of those around him – the Israelites’ crops were being destroyed and their cattle were being stolen. But after the Spirit of the Lord came on Gideon, he lost all fear, and reacted with boldness. This is what we as Christians need, to become the influencers, instead of being influenced by the Joneses next door. Neh.9 Deut.20:18 Judg.6 2 Cor.6:17-18 Rom.12:2 Ps.91 Joh.14:26-27 2 Tim.1:7
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Guarding the Gates of Your Life

After Nehemiah had the walls and the gates restored in Jerusalem, the place that God chose for His temple and His presence, Nehemiah’s order was that the gates would be guarded carefully, because of the enemy that was lurking on the outside. In the New Testament time in which we are, God calls our bodies the temple of God, the place where He wants to dwell. Like the city, we also have gates in our lives , that need to be guarded. Marelize shares on the physical gates of our bodies, as the spiritual gates into our lives – of how it can be defiled, but also how it can be cleansed and healed, and be guarded, so that we can fulfill the plans that God has for us on the earth. Neh.7:3 1 Cor.3:16 1 Cor.6:15, 19 Judg.16:2 Matt. 6:22 Rev.3:18 Is.11 Prov.25:28 Prov.4:23
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What It Means to Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem / Om Vir Vrede in Jerusalem Te Bid

For a Christian to pray for a city or an area, it helps to know what God’s original plan is for that place, and to pray that into being. It also gives you an indication of the counter plan of our spiritual enemy, and of the type of spiritual challenges that will be characteristic of that place. The Hebrew meaning of the name Jerusalem is about peace and safety. In the light of God’s purpose for Jerusalem, Marelize discusses king David’s description of it, and also Jesus’ love for the city and its people groups, and why those not living in Jerusalem, should pray for it.
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Hold On / Byt Vas

In a time of many upheavals, Marelize is encouraging us to hold on to God, or as it is describes in Afrikaans ‘om vas te byt’, even when the fulfilment of His long-ago-promises looks impossible, like the fulfillment of His promise of a great harvest amongst the nations, or the promise of a change in your marriage or in your child’s life. For the fulfilment of the promise of a great harvest of people coming to God, Jesus commands us to pray that God will send out, or thrust out labourers or harvesters into His harvest field. If we neglect in doing that we can not expect a harvest of people coming into His kingdom. Marelize gives guidelines from Heb.10:23 in how we need to hold onto the hope that we have in Him, when we are in a challenging time frame. Matt.9:37 Ps.91:13 Jos.23:8-10 Prov.3:5-12 Hab.3:17-19 Heb.10:23 See the Harvest Time Anointing Oil and Essential Hand Sanitizer Listen to The Great Harvest & Climbing Kilimanjaro Read about The Harvest Time Vision
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The Zeal of the Lord after the 8th of May / Die Ywer Van Die Here Na Die Dag Van 8 Mei

Many Christians in South Africa had united in prayer on the 8th May, when it was a day set aside for a renewed connection with ancestors who’d passed away, to stand in the gap and ask God’s forgiveness and to fill the atmosphere with praises to God. Yet, Christians can’t relax now after this day, because things were stirred up in the spirit realm. We thus need the zeal, or the fire and passion of the Lord in us, to keep on establishing His presence and His plans over South Africa. Marelize shares about the zeal of the Lord, which is usually mentioned in the Bible when God is revealed as the Lord of the Hosts, a description of Him when He is in warfare, and how it relates to the Christian’s armor, as a cloak, to ensure that we would be the winning warriors for Him where He has placed us. Is.59:16-19 Is.9:6-7 Is.42:13 Jer.20 Ps.119:139 Ps.69:9 1 Cor.9:2 Eph.5:15-16 Gal.1:14 Eph.6:12
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Couch Potatoes & The 8th of May / Stoepsitters & Die Dag Van 8 Mei

On the 8th of May in South Africa, some leaders in the nation have declared it to be a day to reconnect with the forefathers who had passed away. As this is not in line with the word of God, what will be the right thing to do for us as Christians? Besides the various prayer guidelines available, Marelize shares about seeking God for His original plan for that day. By looking at what happened in history on that day and how God intervened, helps us to find God’s original plan and to pray towards the fulfilment of His plan. This day is happening in a time frame in which South Africa is still in lock down. After a year in lockdown, ways of doing things have changed. Many people got used to doing everything from home. The result is that many of us have become couch potatoes, because it feels like just too much effort to dress up to leave the house. Marelize uses Nehemiah as example, who had a very comfortable position, as cupbearer to the king in exile. While being in comfort, he heard about his people in distress and the state of Jerusalem. He was so
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Unload Your Heavy Wheelbarrow/Laai Af Jou Swaargelaaide Kruiwa

God compares Himself in Is.46 with an idol or a false god in terms of carrying weight – Him as the One who wants to carry us, while an idol needs to be carried, and causes the carrier to become weary. In the Afrikaans Bible He describes Himself as “…Ek het julle gemaak en Ek sal julle vashou, julle dra en julle red” (Jes.46:4). Although the wheelbarrow is not mentioned in the Bible, the cart, which is in the Afrikaans Bible called ‘die wa’ is mentioned in the Bible. It had the purpose of carrying a load, and was pulled by animals. If the load was heavy, it caused the animal to get tired. The wheelbarrow has the same effect in that if it is heavily loaded, it causes the person pushing it, to get tired and weary. Then the load becomes a burden. There are many different types of burdens mentioned in the Bible. Some examples are – sin, anxiety, oppression and sickness. While we are still in the time of the Covid 19 Pandemic, people are carrying various burdens. Marelize shares God’s word for this moment – to unload your heavy wheelbarrow and to keep unloading it before
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A Wall of Fire and a Rib Cage / ‘n Muur Van Vuur En ‘n Ribbekas

The Jews in exile, returned to their promised land under the blessing of king Cyrus, to rebuild their temple. But they were a threat to their neighbours. After complains from the neighbours, they stopped the building, and started focusing on building their own homes. The prophet Haggai then gave them a warning from God that they should stop setting up nice homes for themselves, while God’s dwelling place were in ruins. The prophet Zechariah followed that up, with a word of judgement from God, about their history of turning away from God, upon which the Angel of the Lord interceded for them at the myrtle bush. So the Lord said that He’ll have mercy on them – that they should rebuild the temple, and that He Himself with be the wall of fire around them, while the city was having no wall of protection against their angry neighbours. He then declared that the temple would be build not by might or power, but through the working of His Spirit. This gave their leaders boldness to build again, in the face of fierce adversity. Marelize shares on how God’s word was fulfilled there, and applies it to us as Christians when
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The Cedar and the Silver Palace/Die Seder En Die Silwer Paleis

How God cares for us as His loved ones, is captured in the words about the little sister in Song of Solomon. It says that if she is a wall, then upon her will be built a tower or palace of silver, and if she is a door, she will be enclosed with planks of cedar. Marelize describes this picture of God’s protection, and of His care and provision for our royal identity. Song 8:8-9 Ex.30 Heb.9:13-15 2 Chron.25:18 2 Sam.7:2 Jer.22:15 Zec.11
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Fragrance in Heaven

In the book of Revelations heaven is described in all its beauty. Amidst the continuous worship singing in heaven, a fragrance is rising, initiated from earth by the prayers of the saints. The tabernacle of Moses was an image of the worship of God in heaven. Marelize uses the contents of the incense altar where the high priest prayed and the different perfume notes that it releases, to compare it with the different aspects of prayer. She uses the Lord’s prayer as model of the different aspects of prayer, and the advantage of memorizing scripture to use in prayer, as encouragement for us, to realize the impact of our prayers in heaven. Rev.4 & 5 Ex.30 1Thess.5:17 Ps.45 Ps.141:2 Luke 11 About the Incense Altar – Our Prayers Before His Throne Are Filling the Golden Bowls of Incense
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My Conebush and the Grace of God / My Tolbos En Die Genade Van Die Here

A conebush, also called the tolbos in South Africa, can roll for long distances over areas of flat terrain, when it is driven by the wind. Marelize compares the action of the conebush with the Hebrew word ‘galal’, which means to roll over, or to roll upon. The one context in which it is used in the Bible, is when it describes the rolling of your ways or your works upon the Lord, so that He can carry it, and that your plans can work out according to His ways. Another context in which it is used, is when the Bible describes how God rolls away the reproach, the shame and the disrespect from His people. King David also prayed that God will roll away the reproach and contempt of others around him. The conebush is driven by the wind. In a similar way the Wind of God, the Holy Spirit drives the action of rolling away the reproach of others, or the rolling of our ways upon the Lord. David is a good example of being treated with contempt, getting angry as a result, but then withholding from acting out his anger when Abigail intervened. David’s submission activated God’s
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When You’re like a Tree Shaking in the Wind/Wanneer Jou Boompie Rondskud Soos ‘n FladdervoĆ«l in ‘n Stormwind

This is about receiving unexpected news, or being slandered by someone just after you have worked hard to do things in the right way, because of your devotion and love for the Lord. King Ahaz was shaking like a tree in the wind when he received news about a planned war against him. But it was his son Hezekiah who followed him up as king, who gives us an excellent example of how to react, and his strategy of prayer that he used, that we can follow, when unexpected bad news, or unexpected words of slander is received. 2 Chron.31&32 Is.7 Ps.119:49-50 Is.62:6-7 Is.37 Eph.3:16-19
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Walking in His Authority Amidst a Pandemic

King Hezekiah got the authority to destroy the foreign altars that his father erected, and restored the temple, when he became king. We as Christians, also has a similar authority spiritually, because we are seated with Christ in heavenly places and by grace received authority to reign in life with Jesus Christ, as a royal priesthood. Marelize explains the living out of this authority through the life of Jeremiah, the kingly authority that he had over kingdoms, and the strategy with which he prayed in the midst of a challenging time. She also explains the Kingly Authority Anointing Oil, and the meaning of it through the ingredients in the oil – the Balm of Gilead, the Spikenard and the Juniper Essential Oils. 2 Chron.29 Rom.5:17 Ps.2:8 Jer.1:4-10 Is.9:2-5 Gen.49 Is.62:4-5 Hos.14:8 Jer.20 & 23
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The Biblical Use of Anointing Oil/Die Bybelse Gebruik Van Salwingsolie

As Christians we should endeavor to be filled with the knowledge of God’s will, so that we may live a life worthy of Him and be pleasing to Him in every way. This includes the way in which we use anointing oil. Marelize gives her testimony about her discovery of the place of fragrances in the Bible – like Noah’s sacrifice which was a sweet savour to God, the fragrant oils in the Holy Anointing Oil, the connection between the Bridegroom’s love and the fragrant plants in Song of Solomon, the aromatic substances mentioned with the Oil of Joy, and our prayers that are like incense before God’s throne. This led to her study of anointing oil in the Bible, the purposes for which it was used, the ingredients, the significance of olive oil used in anointing oil, the role of the Holy Spirit, and the right that New Testament Christians have as God’s royal priesthood to use anointing oil. Col.1:9-10 2 Cor.2:15 Ex.28 & 30 Rev.5:8 & 8:3-4 Is.43:24 Lev.8:30 Lev.14:14-18 Zec.4 Luke 4 Acts 10:38 Is.10:27 Ps.45
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Just When You Think There’s Nothing Left, His Oil Pours Out

When you think that you have nothing more to give, especially in this time of lockdown, His oil comes forth pouring out, so that you and others around you can be blessed. The Lord often asks of us to live in the opposite spirit than what is going on around us, like when surrounded with fear, to live in faith while praising God, like king David did. God may also ask you, when things are tight financially, to live and to share in abundance, like the woman who anointed Jesus’ feet, who could have used ordinary olive oil, but instead anointed Him with the most costly nard oil. Another example is the widow who just had a jar of oil left, who followed the prophet’s word, and got as many jars as she could, and filled it. Her obedience gave God opportunity to have His oil pouring out in her jars, so that she not only got enough income from it to pay her debtors, but also could have enough, so her and her sons could make a living from it. Something else that the Lord may ask of you, is to bring restoration to the land though prayer, or
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When the Waves Are Raging/As Die Golwe Raas

Many of us are currently experiencing challenges and are being tested on levels that we haven’t had before. Marelize looks at Bible scriptures where the feeling of being surrounded by rolling waves, stormy waters, or deep waters and miry clay, are described – times in which God is surrounding us with His mercy, and with songs of salvation. Ps.42:6-7 Ps.69:1-4,13-17,30 1Thess.5:18 Ps.32 Ps.93:3-4 Jam.1:1-6
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When Jesus Turns up as Commander of the Army

As Christians we must learn how to fight the spiritual war, just like soldiers must learn how to fight in the physical war. Part of this, is to learn how and when God reveals Himself as the One who fights for us. Marelize looks at times in the Bible when God revealed Himself as the Commander of the Heavenly Army, or as the Lord of hosts, or as Lord of Sabaoth. It was usually during big battles, like with Joshua at Jericho, or with the bursting forth of a new season, like with the young prophet Samuel, or when an evil leader’s reign had to end, like with king Ahab. Prayer strategy is shared on how to work with the One who is fighting for us, to conquer when the battle is on, or to bring to an end the influence, injustice and corruption of an evil leader or ex-leader. Jos.5&6 Gen.32 Hos.12:3-5 1 Kings 21-22 2 Thess.1:7-10 Jam.5:1-6 Ps.24
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Life Versus Death

Marelize shares her story about when she had Covid 19, about the rotten smell that she had, and how the Lord used that to make her aware of His fragrance of life, and the awareness of life, versus smell of death, and the awareness of death in our present world. The experience and isolation of someone who tested positive for the virus, is compared to those who had leprosy in Bible times who also had to isolate. But the time frame in which we are, is not only about physical death, but death also on many other areas of life. The focus in this presentation is on death to hopes and aspirations, death to finances, death to certain relationships, as well as some guidelines on how to pray in this time. Luke 17:12 Jer.20 Gen.9 Ps.127:3 Eph.4:3 Ps.133 Ps.35 Ps.6:45 John 10:10 Ps.23
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When the Fig Tree Starts to Bud

When Jesus told His disciples about the troubled times awaiting the world before He returns to earth, He said to them that when the branch of the fig tree is tender and the leaves are appearing, that summer is upon them, and that the time of His coming is near. Marelize explains the seasons of the fig tree, of when the branches are tender and the leaves are budding, which brings a greater understanding, of what Jesus meant. The fig tree produces different types of figs during its different seasons. That sets it apart from other fruit trees. Then the passage in Song of Solomon, about the bridegroom calling his bride to arise, when the winter is gone and the green figs appears, becomes clear, as a call by Jesus as Bridegroom, for His Bride, to get ready. Jesus also calls His disciples to prepare for His return. One of the ways in which we need to prepare, is to bear fruit, especially in this time of the Covid 19 Pandemic. An example of this, is the barren fig tree that Jesus encountered, in a time when He needed it, to bear fruit. Mark 13:28 Song 2:10 Mark 11:13 Matt.7:16
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Loving My Lord with Everything in Me

Jesus once said that to love the Lord with all of your heart, your soul, your mind and your strength, and to love your neighbor as yourself, is what will cause you to truly live. Marelize shares what it means to love God in each of these areas, and how our love for God can grow, and can cause us to feel at peace in this time of fear, in the midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic. She also shares about Jesus’ restoration of Simon Peter’s love relationship with Him, after he had denied that he had known Jesus. Luke 10:27 Deut.6:5 Lev.19:18 Zeph.3:17 Rev.12:11 Ps.18 John 21:15-19 John 14:15-21 1 John 4:7-20 Eph.3:16
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He Heals the Brokenhearted

While we are in the time of the Covid Pandemic, God wants reveal Himself as healer not only of our physical bodies, but also of our emotional brokenness and woundedness. Marelize shares about God’s heart for the brokenhearted and how He wants to heal, by likening His process of healing to how olive oil was used in Bible times on wounds, to bring soothing and healing. Ps. 147:2 Luke 10:34 Song 1:3 Luke 4:18 Isa. 1:6 Ps. 34:18 Isa. 41:10 Isa. 57:15 Ps. 51:17
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The ‘dunamis’ Power in Jesus’ Name

Marelize shares about her experience of being infected with the Covid 19 virus, how the Lord prepared her for this journey, and about Jesus’ nature and power to save, to heal and to deliver from pestilence. She shares from the book of Luke the different ways in which Jesus healed the sick, and in particular what happened when the woman with the flow of blood touched the hem of His garment. This woman was someone who had an understanding of His power, or as it is called in Greek, His ‘dunamis’, and she therefore had an expectation that she would be healed. To understand the depth of His power, we need to understand the meaning of Jesus’ name, that He would save, or as it is called in Greek, that He would ‘sozo’, which also means heal, or deliver, His people from their sin and from the effects of sin. May all who need His healing, experience His power and nature, to heal, and to deliver, especially in this time of the Covid Pandemic. Luke 8:43 Lev.15:19 Mark 5 Matt.1 Luke 4:14-18 Luke 6:47-49 John 16:23 Phil.2:9-11 Heb.4:14-16 Use the Mercy of God Anointing Oil when praying for healing.
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The Virgin and the Lamp Oil – an Assessment of 2020

On the last day of 2020 Marelize shares about looking back over the past year, and assessing your growth in your relationship with God. She uses the plants (Pomegranate, Henna, Myrrh, Spikenard, Saffron, Calamus, Cinnamon, Frankincense & Aloe) in the garden of the bride, who was ready to meet her bridegroom in Song of Solomon, as yardsticks of measuring our growth in the different areas of our spiritual lives. Some of these examples are – growth in intimacy with God, growth in protecting and advancing His kingdom, growth in the knowledge of His word, in speaking His word, and in living according to His word. Matt.24 Song 4:9-14 Jer.23:5-6 Eph.4:22-24 Isa.61:10 Rom.12:10 Song 1:12-13 Isa.11:1-3 Song 7:12 Jam.4:9 Heb.10:19-22 2 Cor.3:16 Isa.9:6 Joh.17:17-19 Rom.12:1-2 Eph.6:13 2 Tim.2:21 Warrior Bride – The Warrior Bride Radio Talk – 22 July 2020
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The Vessel of Gold, the Cedar Tree and the Pandemic

The tree called the cedar of Lebanon has many lessons for us as Christians, with its exceptional height, and breadth and root system. The Bible says that the righteous shall grow like the cedar of Lebanon. This includes growing to become a vessel of gold, useful for God our Master and prepared for every good work. This is crucial at this time of the Covid 19 Pandemic. 2 Tim 2:19-21 Ps 92:12-14 Eze 31 John 4:14 John 7:38 Num 24:6 Col 2:6-7 Eph 4:14 1 Pet 1:6-16
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I Am Yahweh Rapha, the God Who Heals You

God reveled Himself as the God who heals, as Yahweh Rapha, for the first time when He healed the bitter waters of Mara so that weary people could be refreshed and restored. His heart is to heal us. Why do we then often suffer because of sickness? Marelize shares some personal testimonies and also shares about the different reasons why we get sick, and different ways in which God may choose to heal us. Ps 30 2 Chron 21:18 Numb 12 John 9 Luke 13:11-13 Jam 5:14-16 Isa 53:3-5 Ps 103:1-5 For anoint for healing use the Mercy of God Anointing Oil
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Praying Over the Waters in Your Area

What is happening in and around the waters in your area has a spiritual effect on the water, which can have a spiritual effect on creation surrounding the waters. Marelize uses the example of the quarreling that took place where Isaac’s servants dug wells, where years later, in the same area the Israelites contended with Moses about their lack of water. The place was even named after the strife that happened there. God created water for various purposes, amongst others, water is created – to bring life, to bring praise to God, to quench thirst, for cleansing and for healing. Our spiritual enemy will do all in his power to cause water to bring the opposite – to cause death, to cause destruction, to cause sicknesses or to leave filth because of contamination. The Christian has dominion to speak to God’s creation, that it will come in line with God’s purposes – Marelize gives guidelines in how to pray and do prophetic actions at the water sources in your area. Eze.29, 31&47 Rev.17&17 Ps.8, 29&148 Isa.55 Exo.15&17 Gen.10&26 Use Word Scrolls as part of your prophetic action, when you go to pray over the waters in your area. How to
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Anointed for His Purpose

This radio talk is about the Christian’s anointing connected to his calling and purpose. God called and set apart Jeremiah in his mother’s womb (Jer 1). The same was recorded by the Apostle Paul. Though this happened before birth, the anointing on Paul’s calling only started when he was stopped on the road to Damascus, when Jesus Christ was revealed to him (Gal 1:15-16). True to the meaning of his name in Hebrew, which means ‘little’, he belittled others before his Jesus-encounter. The derivative of that Hebrew word, means to be stopped, describes the nature of his encounter. This leads us, to one way in which we can know God’s calling and purpose on our lives – by looking at the meaning of our names. Your name may have a meaning that is in line with God’s calling on your life. But if your name has a negative meaning, something that is contrary to God’s calling, or not in line with what Ps 139 says about you, then you need to renounce that meaning (2 Cor 4:2 &10:3-5). Jabez is a good example of that (1 Chron 4:9-10). Marelize shares on how to do it, how to deal with strongholds
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The Mercy of God over the Nation – about the Myrtle, the Angel & The Red Horse

When a nation is in a time in which it seems like corruption and criminal activities are on the increase, it is time in which God is calling His children as the Royal Priesthood, to stand in the gap, and to pray for God’s mercy. Marelize uses the vision of Zechariah, of the Angel of the Lord on a red horse in front of a myrtle bush, to illustrate how intercession at the right time, happened for Israel, with Daniel doing it at about the same time, so that God’s promise given through Jeremiah could be fulfilled. Different aspects of the vision, like the myrtle bush in the deep place and the red horse, gives meaning to the vision, as the Angel of the Lord stood in the gap for God’s people. This is compared with Esther, whose Hebrew name in English, is Myrtle, who also stood in the gap for her people at the right time. It is time, to stand in the gap for South Africa, but also for the United States of America in this regard. Zec 1 Ps 88:6 Jer 29:10-13 Dan 9:2 Esther Anointing Oil Harvest Time Anointing Oil
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Do Not Fight in This Battle, Rather Position Yourselves, Stand and See His Salvation

There are times in which God wants us to fight back when the enemy is attacking us, by using our spiritual weapons of warfare. Then there are other times in which He doesn’t want us to fight, but to position ourselves, to stand and to see what He is doing to rescue us from the attack. This is what happened with king Jehoshaphat and his people. When they heard of the enemy approaching, they were scared, and in reaction they sought the Lord. Jehoshaphat then prayed a prayer, by declaring who God is, and by declaring what He had done for them in the past. Then he approached God as judge, to state their case, and reminded God of His promises. In bowing down before God, Jehoshaphat and his people worshipped and praised God. Then in the midst of their worship and praise, God intervened, and caused the enemy to turn on themselves, so that every one was destroyed, the Israelites were blessed, and God was honored for what He did. Positioning yourself, and standing, while facing the enemy thus entails praise and worship God amidst the attack, but also declaring what He will do to the enemy. Marelize uses
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