Anointing Oil – A Symbol of God’s Grace

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Natural Olive oil, with the addition of aromatic components, is usually called anointing oil, sanctified by prayer and was actively used in Christianity for treatment from the first centuries.

The consecrated anointing oil has deep symbolism and is the embodiment of God’s grace, God’s grace, and also correlates with the concepts of gracious joy and revival. The apostles used the oil to heal the sick and lepers. The rite of anointing with oil accompanied the process of giving a man a part of the Divine Spirit, which from the moment of sprinkling with oil, remained in the soul of the believer unchanged.

The important sacrament of Holy consecration is also connected with the anointing of a Christian with consecrated oil in the name of God with the goal of healing and accompaniment in earthly life in a state of fulfillment by the Holy Spirit. The consecration not only healed the afflictions but also absolved, that is, brought the Christian to a pure state of grateful service to God. The power of the Epiphany lay chiefly in the accompanying presbyter prayer.
Regular anointing with consecrated anointing oil heals the body and heals the soul. Healing with consecrated oil presupposes the healing effect of the oil itself and its beneficial effect, and the strength of the sick man’s prayer and the steadfastness of his faith played a significant role in healing.

Olive oil is a symbol of eternal bliss and, together with wine and wheat, is the food that God has given people for life. The abundance of these three products is a sign of God’s mercy and bestowed salvation. And the growing olive tree itself is a symbol of the righteous man of God, preparing himself for eternal life and unswervingly following the covenants.
One of the names of Israel in the Holy Bible (Deuteronomy) is “land of olive oil and wine”. Olive oil is one of the most significant and inseparable attributes of Judaism, and subsequently, was inherited by Christianity. Mary Magdalene used anointing oil to anoint Jesus’ feet.

In Judaism anointing oil (in Hebrew: “shemen ha-mishkha”) was used in Temple epoch for the sacred anointing of certain persons when they ascend to a high-ranking position. Shemen Ha-Michkha was used to anoint the High Priests, Cohens anointed for war, and the Kings of the King David’s dynasty. The king’s son needed to be anointed if there was a disagreement, and there was a dispute as to whom to elect as the kingdom ruler. At the consecration of Tabernacle Assembly, all its vessels were also anointed with the shemen ha-mishkha.

“I am a Rose of Sharon, a Lily of the Valley” (Song of Solomon 2:1). Rose of Sharon, in which the smells of incense, myrrh, and cinnamon are combined, evokes exciting and pleasant memories of the rose from Jericho, with which the beloved is compared in the book of Song of Solomon. Owing to its outstanding quality and fragrant scent, made in the Holy Land from natural olive oil and aromatic additions, the “Rose of Sharon” remains one of the most popular anointing oils over the World.

Esther / Esther is probably the strangest heroine of the Bible: a Jewish girl who wins a kind of beauty contest marries a good Persian king, and eventually uses her position to save Jews from a well-thought-out program of their annihilation. It could well have been expected that a “beauty queen” who entered into a mixed marriage, hiding her religious affiliation, would hardly risk her life for the sake of her father’s people. But Esther takes a risk, becoming one of the most famous heroines of Jewish history (which affected the popularity of her name among Jewish women). Along with Torah, the book Esther is one of the most famous books of the Bible today. It is read in synagogues on the feast of Purim.
Anointing oil “Queen Ester” is a high-quality anointing oil made in the Holy Land from natural ingredients, offering unique, unforgettable fragrance.

Consecrated anointing oil with frankincense, spikenard, and myrrh would be an unforgettable gift from the Holy Land. For centuries, Anointing oil with frankincense, spikenard, and myrrh was used in religious ceremonies and at home for daily prayers, protection from negative energy, and for healing mental and physical ailments. Spikenard was familiar to the ancient Israelites from the time of Solomon. This plant of the valerian family is known for its healing and healing properties. The aroma of frankincense, myrrh, and spikenard is considered one of the main attributes of Christianity as these aromatic substances are used in temple worship since ancient times.
This classic anointing oil is made in the Holy Land from the highest quality natural ingredients.

The Lion of Judah is first found in the Genesis of the Old Testament (1st book of Moses), where the Israelite tribe of Judah has a depiction of a lion on its coat of arms. In Judaism, the biblical Judas (Hebrew of Hebrew), which gave the name to the tribe of Judah, was traditionally associated with the symbol of a lion. In the First book of Moses, the forefather Jacob blesses his son Judas, calling him Gur Arieh, which translated from Hebrew means young lion (Genesis, 49.9): “Young lion Judah, from the prey, my son, rises. He bowed down, lay down like a lion and like a lioness: who will lift him up? ” In ancient Judea, it was a tradition to combine your own name with a nickname. Due to the fact that later the tribe of Judah became the most powerful among the ancient Israeli clans, both in ancient Judea and among the Jews of the New Age, its synonymity with the concept of Judah (Yehuda) is preserved in variants of pronunciation and in translations of the word “lion”. Anointing oil Lion of Judah is famous for its unique aroma and quality.

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Anointing Oil – A Symbol of God’s Grace

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