12th May 2013
On several occasions in the Bible, in both Old and New Testament, we see God using the Holy Oil to represent or release His Power upon something or someone. The Olive Tree is said to be one of the most resistent trees in the world, which can survive all conditions. In fact, there are Olive Trees in Israel that are believed to be over 2000 years old!
Mainly, the Holy Oil was chosen by God as an instrument of faith to heal the sick and as a point of contact to overcome darkness with all its evil forces. Notably, the Lord Jesus Himself instructed His disciples to anoint people with Oil and miracles followed.
“And they cast out many demons, and anointed with oil many who were sick, and healed them.” – Mark 6:13
“Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer of faith will save the sick, and the Lord will raise him up.” – James 5:14-15
Jesus’ disciples anointed the sick and spiritually burdened with the Holy Oil, and they were both healed and made free. The Oil is also a symbol of the Holy Spirit, Consecration, Prosperity and of God’s providence, among other references in the Bible.
The Holy Oil comes from the Holy Land of Jerusalem, Israel. In order to have it in Australia, Customs Clearance by the Australian Authorities is obtained when gaining entry into mainland. Once a year, Bishops and Pastors from around the world make their pilgrimage to the Holy Land and after praying for God to Bless the Holy Oil with His power and promises, it is distributed in the Church. Those trusting in the Word of God can also benefit from the Power of Faith today!
There is absolutely no cost or any fee to be paid. The Holy Oil is distributed free of charge to thoseattending the Prayer Meeting on Sunday, May 12, 2013: 3pm at Whitlam Leisure Centre. The UCKG will be providing one bottle of the Holy Oil to each person attending the service on the day.
Make a decision that you will attend the Strong Service on Sunday, May 12 at 3pm.
Write down and bring with you the problems that are disturbing your house, family, finances, health, relationship, marriage, work and other areas of your life.
During the service, Bishop and Pastors will be praying against your problems.
Don’t allow anything or anyone to stop you from receiving God’s Blessing on this day!
Because of the number of people attending the service, make sure to arrive early so you can find a seat. The service lasts approximately one hour and a half.
Venue: Whitlam Leisure Centre
90 Memorial Ave, Liverpool