Harvest Time Anointing Oil
R90.00 – R240.00
This oil is the product of a vision in 2013, of Christians drawing closer to God and becoming more sensitive to His heart for the lost. These close encounters with Him, motivate us to pray, which results in a harvest of people repenting and turning to Him (John 4:35). See the Harvest Time Vision.
In the Old Testament temple only the high priest could go behind the veil into the Holy of Holies where God communed with him (Ex.25:22 & 1Kings 8). When Jesus died, the veil was torn, after which we as Christians, now have access to where He communes with us (2Cor.3).
Each ingredient in this oil has a prophetic meaning:
Cedar and Cypress were used in the temple for the interior of the Holy of Holies (2Chron.2&3; 1 Kings 6) and in King Solomon’s palace (Song 1:17). So it represents that place of intimacy with our King of kings.
Sandalwood was used for the temple stairs and walkways leading to the Holy of Holies (2Chr.9:10,11 & 1Kings 6:15 & 10:12).
Frankincense, meaning ‘whiteness’ in the original language, burned on the incense altar where the high priest prayed. It’s a representation of Jesus as the pure sacrifice through whom we can enter into the Holy of Holies. See Frankincense Anointing Oil.
Myrtle represents intercession or standing before God to plead for others (Zech.1). For more on the Myrtle see Esther Anointing Oil.
By anointing Christians or their meeting place, you can declare that they’ll thirst after God and draw closer to Him, so that He can share His heart with them (Ps.63:1-8).
By anointing a place where people don’t know God as Father, you can declare His will for them to turn to Him (1Tim.2:3).