About 10:30 PM I noticed a little girl about the age of 2 sitting on the far-right edge of the stage near the 36 bottles of Holy Anointing Oil that I had sent for the conference. She was very carefully holding a bottle of anointing oil with her left hand and sticking the index finger of her right hand into the bottle of oil and then rubbing oil all over her face, legs and arms. She was very intentional in making little circles with the oil. It was truly precious. So, I went up to her, smiled and held out my hand. She poured a little oil in my hand and stirred it up with her finger, never speaking a word, just smiling with delicious happiness. Blessings beyond words...
After the service during the ministry time, as I was sitting on the steps of the stage next to Joyce, we were sharing about the presence of God’s Glory. I heard someone laughing and looked down to notice a teenage boy sitting at my feet with his hands held up catching the oil mixed with gold sparkles that was dripping off my hands. The oil flowed for about 20 minutes as others came and wiped their hands across mine, taking all the oil, that simply reappeared time and time again. The oil from my hands was more like the consistency of golden liquid honey than olive oil. I believe that signs and wonders are simply a way to give GOD’s people hope, to encourage and build their faith, to comfort them and mostly to let them know they are loved by GOD.
It has not been my nature to ask for signs and wonders because my life is a sign and a wonder. I believe GOD's presence goes with me which brings HIS signs and wonders. However, this evening changed my perspective simply because of how it eternally impacted the lives of others. So, from now on, I am intentionally asking God for signs and wonders, to demonstrate HIS joyous power, love, kindness and majesty. One of the young girls that came up to receive the oil dripping from my hands, found a gold flake in the palm of her hand, it was about the size of a dime. There is such a sweet faith and divine expectancy in the hearts of God’s children. Sweet pure innocent love.
Jennifer Lynn Joy, Hillsboro, Oregon, USA
And I answered the second time and said to him, “What are the two olive branches which are beside the two golden pipes, which empty the golden oil from themselves?” (Zechariah 4:12, NASB).