Garment of Praise

  • Scent: A bright, woody aroma from pure essential oils including: Balsam, Frankincense,  Juniper Berry, Labdanum, Mandarin,  Myrrh, Spikenard and Vanilla.
  • Use: as reminder to adorn oneself in a garment of praise

The scriptures that go with this anointing oil are:Garment of Praise

“…the garment [expressive] of praise instead of a heavy, burdened, and failing spirit…” Isaiah 61:3 AMP

“Praise him for his majestic glory, the glory of his name. Come before him clothed in sacred garments.” Psalm 29:2 LIV

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A garment of praise acts as a covering. It is like a weapon because it is a shield – a protection – from the attacks of the enemy. As we align our hearts in praise there is no room for doubt, fear, and other ploys of the enemy. Praise marches out ahead of the warriors just like the armies in biblical times who sent the worshipers in front of the fighters. Praise declares victory before the battle begins and as it rages. Praise ensures the outcome.

The Inspiration:

Father began emphasizing to Carol the need for His people to put on their garments of praise.


1 Comment

  1. Brenda Roberts

    July 2015 at 10:32 pm

    Dear Carol, I have not been to your website in a long time but thought about you and decided to check out what was new. I noticed a new oil called Garment of Praise and wanted to share a poem I wrote with the same name.
    A Garment of Praise
    A garment of praise was fashioned for me
    Dyed by the blood that dripped down the tree
    Stitched from the lashings He bore on His back
    For in Satan’s hot fury there was no lack
    The king of the Universe bloodied and bare
    Took our disgrace and offered us there
    The full gift of pardon, mercy and grace
    To save even those who spat in His face
    Against His accusers He did not resist or rebel
    The Lamb remained silent, the Lamb remained still
    Veiling His glory in a barrowed shame
    Claiming all those who call on His name
    Jesus our Savior, Redeemer and Lord
    Bestowed upon us what we couldn’t afford
    A costlier raiment can never be found
    Regardless of person, occasion or crown
    Now clothed with salvation and eternally blessed
    Enrobed in His glory, I am beautifully dressed.
    I hope you enjoy it! Now it’s time to pick out a new oil or two.

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