Holy Land Anointing Oils from Israel, Assorted Sample Kit 4, Bulk Set of 6 Bottles, 1/4oz Each, Made in Jerusalem from Local Herbs and Essences, Gift for Pastors & Priests, Surtido de Aceite de Unción
Holy Land Anointing Oil from Jerusalem, Variety Pack of 6
This assortment contains 6 individual bottles of Holy Land Anointing Oil. Each roller-top bottle is made in the Holy Land of the Bible by local perfumers, using natural oils sourced from Galilee, Bethlehem, and Jerusalem, and scented with flowers and herb essences mentioned in the Bible and characteristic of the Holy Land.
Anointing Oil: The Basics
The tradition and ceremony of anointing has been around since Biblical times. We as Christ followers have undoubtedly heard of, and perhaps even participated in these traditions many times. But just how familiar are we with this ancient Biblical heritage?
What does it mean to be anointed? Throughout the countless mentions of the word throughout the Bible, we can understand that to be anointed is, primarily, to be set apart and made holy (consecrated); to be elevated into a sacred purpose ordained by God specifically for YOU. This "anointing" into the chosen, divinely appointed service and grace of the Lord is made tangible and given physical substance through the ceremony of oil. All throughout the Bible, this special tradition has been performed with various oils and incenses. In fact, the very word "anoint" is derived from the Latin word meaning "smear with oil", "inunctus". So, we, the followers of God, make physical our ordination into the Lord's chosen through the anointing of oil.
This assortment includes 1 of each bottle of the following scents:
Rose of Sharon,
Lily of the Valley,
Frankincense & Myrrh,
Each bottle comes from the Holy Land of Jerusalem.
"Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord. And the Prayer of faith will save the sick, and the Lord will raise him up. And if he has committed sins, he will be forgiven." - James 5:14-15