NAR soothsayer and prognosticator Chuck Pierce is one of the more obvious false prophets out there, and well known for stringing together pseudo-prophetic jargon and vacuous NAR-babble to manufacture "prophecies" so vague and nebulous as to apply to just about anything and anyone at anytime, anyplace and anywhere, which of course renders them utterly meaningless. Pierce has also been a long-standing associate of the Tikkun Global NARpostolic network both over here and abroad and is actually revered by them as a genuine prophetic voice and is often seen in the company of these, our local Israeli, epically devoid of discernment, so-called apostles.
This oil is of course bogus, and is no more likely to have any effect than those patent remedies hocked from the back of wagons by snake oil salesmen in the Old West.
A snake oil salesman, for those who don't know, was a con-merchant who sold useless quack remedies for personal profit regardless of whether they worked or not (or what effect they had on the recipient). Well in the true spirit of spiritual quackery we have come to expect from the Chuck Pierce theatre of weird, Glory of Zion are literally selling oil, with which you can anoint your lips to decree what you see. This anointing oil presumably adds an extra dash of spiritual zing to your prophetic decrees and commands, so that those shifts, breakthroughs, shakings, accelerations and whatever "come into manifestation".
If this weren't so serious, it would be farcical, but I find the fact that there may be, and probably are, people out there who will actually buy this because they agree with what is said on the bottle, far more disturbing than the product itself.
But there is a serious side to this; a product like this is actually a form of simony -because it's not just lip balm they are flogging here; they are in effect, attempting to merchandise what purports to be the anointing or power of God, -for money. If God condemned Simon Magus for trying to buy the power of God, how much more do you think He will condemn those who try to sell it, and in His name as well? The LORD will not hold guiltless those who take His name in vain.