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

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

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

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 Prayer Walk in your area.

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 connected to the meaning of your name, and how to declare God’s meaning and identity connected to your name. She also deals with examples of being anointed for a purpose, from the life of David (1 Sam 15,16), Jehu (2 Kings 9), and Jehoshabeath (2 Chron 22). Other scriptures – Is 49:1 Song 8:6

This is a follow-up of the radio talk – Anointed, Consecrated & Empowered by Him.