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Holy Anointing Oil 2oz

Holy Anointing Oil 2oz

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“Then you shall take the anointing oil and pour it on his head and anoint him.”~Exodus 29:7~ This gentle scented but powerful blend of oils that was carefully put together was made with the purest of oils that was prayed over, purified and blessed! Each oil was handpicked with purpose for cleansing, purification, beauty, healing, for worshiping, praising, traveling, and praying. Olive Oil in the Bible is mentioned several times as the oil used for lighting lamps (Leviticus 24:2; Exodus 27:20). Olive oil was also used for anointing oil (Exodus 30:23–25) and as part of the grain offerings (Leviticus 2:1–10). Kings were anointed with olive oil as a sign that they were chosen by God to rule (1 Samuel 16:1). As an important ingredient in the recipe for anointing oil, olive oil was used to sanctify priests (Exodus 29:7), the tabernacle, and all its furnishings (Exodus 40:9). I purposely chose this bottle with a white top because white represents righteousness (Daniel 7:9, Matthew 17:2, Mark 9:3, Revelation 1:12 - 14). It also symbolizes purity (Daniel 11:35, 12:10, Psalm 51:7, Isaiah 1:18, Revelation 3:18), wisdom (Revelation 1:14), holiness and dedication to God (Mark 16:5, John 20:12, Acts 1:10, Revelation 4:4, 19:14). It also represents joy (Ecclesiastes 9:8). I added Frankincense to symbolize his role as a priest. Myrrh dates back to Exodus when the Israelites would use myrrh as a main ingredient in holy anointing oil (Exodus 30:23). It had two main uses, perfume (Esther 2:12) and embalming (John 19:39). I purposely added Myrrh more so for the remembrance of what Jesus Christ came here on earth to do for us! To be the human sacrifice that saved us all! His death gave us life! Although in the Bible Jesus isn’t actually referred to as the Rose of Sharon, BUT however, Jesus is symbolically referred to as the Rose of Sharon by many scholars. The phrase “rose of Sharon” comes out of the Old Testament in the Song of Solomon. “I am the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valleys” (Solomon 2:1). The Rose of Sharon was symbolic for beauty and majesty back in the Bible times. The person saying she is the “rose of Sharon” in the above verse was a Shunammite woman who apparently was Solomon’s bride. The New Testament refers to Jesus as being the Bridegroom and the Church as His Bride. This tells us right here that God is using the “lover” analogy to describe the personal relationship that He wants us to have with His Son. The rose is considered to be the most “perfect” of all flowers. Jesus is symbolically referred to as the Rose of Sharon. Jesus is totally perfect in His nature and personality. Cassia comes from the Hebrew word, “qadad” which means to bow the head, to stoop and to strip off. Like cinnamon the leaves of the cassia shrub are first stripped off and then the bark is ground into a fine powder. This portrays Jesus’s sacrificial laying down of his own life. He was willing to empty Himself out and to be stripped of His deity. He humbled Himself by becoming obedient to the point death (Phil. 2:3-8) and was crushed for us. It reminds us of the sacrifice He made on our behalf and that He became our propitiation and our substitute. (I John 2:2) ”And He [that same Jesus Himself] is the propitiation (the atoning sacrifice) for our sins, and not for ours alone but also for the [sins of] the whole world.” Psalm 51:7 says “Purify me with hyssop, and I will be clean; Wash me, and I will be whiter than snow.” Hyssop was used for cleansing and purification. Cinnamon was added because it represents Holy Boldness, Courage and Passion in the believer. The cedarwood referred to in the Bible is the cedar of Lebanon, one of the oldest known aromatics. Clothing was also anointed with cedar to protect it from humidity. King Solomon used cedarwood in building God's temple and Jesus was crucified on a cross made of cedarwood or cypress. It was thought to bring wisdom. Cedarwood was used for ritual cleansing and served as medicine in treating skin conditions and leprosy. And last but not least, those pretty little tan colored rocks aren’t really rocks, they are Frankincense Resin! Frankincense Resin is a hardened gum-like material that comes from cuts made in the trunk of the Boswellia sacra tree. People have used it for centuries to make medicine.

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