People often ask how I got my anointing. It is a calling of which I have nothing to do with, but it stayed latent (indwelling). It started outpouring when I began to rub with God, of which I do have something to do with. Spending time with God through the study of His word, prayer, and worship brings out a stream of anointing which breaks the yoke off people lives. It never gets old. That’s it – I rubbed with God. People understood that the disciples were uneducated, but they also realized that they had been rubbing with Jesus. That was enough to get the anointing flowing, enough to put any town in turmoil by their mere presence and speech – many times over.
Rub With God
Samuel was called from his mother’s womb (latent anointing) but before Samuel ministered to the people, had a platform or an established ministry, he ministered unto the Lord first. And as he rubbed with God, the prophetic anointing was restored to Israel through his ministry after being absent for so many years. Jesus told Martha to rub her faith with Him so the anointing of resurrection could flow and engulf Lazarus. A dead man who came in contact with Elisha’s bones was raised back to life because Elisha had rubbed enough with Elijah to release an unending anointing.
Activate Your Anointing
Electricity is a current that flows when you have magnets rubbing against a coil. We truly do not understand it, neither can we fully comprehend it. But we can harness it, we know it’s there. We feel it go through our bodies when we touch a live conduit. And that’s what the anointing is. It is you rubbing with God. You don’t see it but jobs are obtained and marriages restored. It’s hard to explain it, but sickness flees when it comes in contact with your anointing. Mostly, you are edified and led by the Holy Spirit when your anointing flows.
But the anointing which ye have received of him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you: but as the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in him – 1 John 2:27