– LeAnn Squier – So as James began to sing up here, he was standing in front of me, and you were singing here in posture. Here we stand with open hearts. Here we stand with open eyes. Here we stand with open mouths and open arms. And literally the Lord pulled a veil back for me, and I saw into the spirit. And what I saw, James, just that stance you had, and you had your arms stretched out. When he said open arms, I literally looked because there was oil dripping from his hand onto the floor. And I was like, oh, did that happen? And I looked to see if something had rolled off of his hand. And then I realized I was seeing it in the spirit. And what I knew, a couple of things I knew is that because of his posture before the Lord, he was ready. He was ready to touch the people in the earth. He was going, it was a priestly anointing, and his hands were dripping with oil, which is healing. And he was fully, almost like suited up, if you will. And the word that came earlier about wearing the garments that the Lord has tried to give us, now we’re ready. And it was as if the Lord was saying, now, this is what you really look like in the spirit when you are positioned and postured with open heart, open mouth, open eyes, and then open arms. I just saw us embracing the people in the earth in a whole new way and a whole new anointing of healing being able to be released because we are standing before the Lord. And what he is is flowing down through us. And so your hands are dripping with oil.
– Chuck Pierce – Now, I want you to do something. I want you to shut your eyes for a moment. I’m going to ask the Lord to give us each a vision of how he sees us. The first thing you need to get out of your thought process is your reflection in the mirror. Let him show you who you are. Then with your eyes closed, see that vessel filling up with oil. Your vessel is meant for oil. You’re meant to be a well of oil. We all look differently. We all sound differently. And the worst judgment a person can carry in their heart is toward themself. See, the pure in heart see God. And if you’re judging yourself for things you’ve done in the past, you can’t see clearly your vision for the future. Father, we thank you for the divine vision of recovery that you’re putting upon each one of us.