This is a follow-up on the previous message about the Prophetic Voice, including the use of our voices in social media, and how our voices differ according to our callings and anointing. Marelize also shares on the importance of using our voice as His trumpet according to His guidance, like King David who asked the Lord about how his men ought to fight the enemy, and the nature of the balsam trees from where the Lord had said the sound would come to give David’s men the indication of when to attack. 1 Chr.14:8 Lev.26 Matt.12
God wants to use His sons’ and His daughters’ voices as trumpets to declare, to break open and to communicate His will, just like the silver trumpets and shofars were used for different purposes in the Bible. For the release of The Prophetic Voice Anointing Oil, Marelize shares on how the Lily of the Valley and Aloe contributes in its prophetic meaning, as ingredients of this new anointing oil. The release is accompanied by a prayer for the Holy Spirit’s anointing of lips and voices. Num.10 Ex.19 Is.49:2 Ecc.12:11 Hos.14:5 Prov.7:17 Heb.4:12 Jer.23:28-29 Ecc.5:2 Col.4:5-6 Eph.4:29
Marelize shares her prayer experiences while she walked up Mount Kilimanjaro 7 years ago, and how God has been answering those prayers in the meantime. She also talks about the vision that she had on the mountain regarding the Great Harvest. This is about Christians drawing closer to God, moving into the Holy of Holies where God will share His heart for those who don’t know Him, of which the Great Harvest will be the outflow. The timing of this vision 7 years ago, co-insides with the beginning of the prayer initiative in South Africa called The Return. 2 Chr.2 Ps.42, 43 Hos.11
This is a follow-up of the session Anointed, Consecrated & Empowered by Him. Marelize goes into more detail about the olive oil vision in Zec. 4 to describe the working of the Holy Spirit, and the need for an above-human level of functioning in the fulfillment of God’s dreams for us. The Holy Spirit’s anointing sets us apart, bringing healing, breaking the yoke, giving joy, is teaching us, and is leading us to drink from the fullness in His secret place. Ps. 36:7-9 1 John 2:27 2 Sam. 5:17 Is.10:27 2 Chron. 28:15 Eze. 16:8-9
Our anointing as Christians, comes from Christ, the Anointed One. It enables us to know and discern the truth, to do even more than what Jesus did when He was on earth, and it empowers us with strength and ability on a level above the human level. Marelize also discusses the different types of anointing mentioned in the Bible, and the use of anointing oil, based on the Word of God. 1 Sam.2:10 Gen.28:18 Ex.28:41 2 Cor.1:21,22 1 John 2:20,27 John 14:12-17 Zec.4:6
God remembered Hannah after she asked Him for a son. She bore Samuel, whom she dedicated to God, to by used by Him in the Temple, which was the fulfilment of her promise to God. Marelize shares how Hannah, through her prophecy after Samuel’s birth, had a powerful effect on his life and on the nation, even into his old age, and how she prophetically opened the way for him to become God’s prophet and judge, in a time in which the word of God was rare. 1Sam.2 Amos3:7 Prov.18:21 Col.4:6
Huldah the prophetess, was able to speak what God gave her, the moment she was requested. Her words caused one of the biggest renewals in Israel’s history (2 Kings 22, 23). But she had to grow in discerning His voice and grow in stature to be ready to speak God’s words the moment that she was required to, and to be trusted by the king, when she said ‘thus says the Lord’. Marelize shares about growing in discerning God’s voice, while growing in intimacy with Him.
A revelation of Abba Father’s love, abiding in Him, and allowing His compassionate love to flow through us to others during this Pandemic, will bring boldness and joy, while casting out fear (1John1:4 1John4:18 Mark14:36 Rom8:15 Ps103:13).
The heightened fear of death worldwide is strengthening the work of the spirit of death, but Jesus wants to break the power of death, to free those enslaved by the fear of death. Marelize also gives examples of how the spirit of death disguises himself among Christians during the Corona Virus Pandemic.
Marelize uses King Hezekiah as example, to describes the actions of a Warrior in tune with God. She also focuses on the pictures of the Warrior Bridegroom coming for His Warrior Bride, as seen in Song of Solomon, and uses the fragrant plants in King Solomon’s bride’s garden to give insight into the identity of the Bride of Christ.