• Scent: A sweet, bright aroma from pure essential oils including: Balsam, Bergamot, Myrtle and Rose of Sharon.
  • Use: As a commitment to be listening and stay open to receiving.

The scriptures that go with this anointing oil are:

Isaiah 40:3 (AMP) A voice of one is calling out, “Clear the way for the Lord in the wilderness [remove the obstacles]; Make straight and smooth in the desert a highway for our God.
Matthew 3:1-3 (AMP) In those days John the Baptist appeared, preaching in the Wilderness of Judea [along the western side of the Dead Sea] and saying, “Repent [change your inner self—your old way of thinking, regret past sins, live your life in a way that proves repentance; seek God’s purpose for your life], for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” This is the one who was mentioned by the prophet Isaiah when he said, “The voice of one shouting in the wilderness, ‘Prepare the road for the Lord, Make His highways straight (level, direct)!’”

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History

Carol created this oil with two prophetic intercessors. They felt that it was connected to several oils that had already been created, namely Esther, Ra’ah (the Seer), and Paga (Intercession). So one oil that is in each of those blends was included in this oil as a representation of the connection between them.

Meaning

With so many voices vying for your attention it is vital that you learn to hone in on the Voice of the Living God. His Voice thunders (Psalm 29) and He also speaks in a whisper (1 Kings 19), remember He is the Lion and the Lamb – be prepared with your heart open and waiting and trust Him to help you know that you know when it is Him.

Be mindful not to reject relationship with Him or intentionally put a “go between” between you (as in Exodus 20 where the Israelites told Moses to talk to God and they’d take direction from him as a human rather than enjoying the beauty of a direct relationship). Asking someone to talk to Him directly and absolving yourself of the need to seek Him deprives you of the blessing of that relationship. He is worth seeking. Choose to hear God directly.