You will be delighted with these fragrant anointing oils from Israel.
Each comes with a set of prayers to offer, and a bright coloured bottle. Choose the fragrance, touch a person or item of concern and pray God oversees your anointing. The fragrances are Rose of Sharon, Pomegranate, Lily of the Valley and Hyssop. Created by: Abba Oil Specify Fragrance: One of the four: Rose of Sharon, Pomegranate, Lily of the Valley or Hyssop, thanks. Choose whichever you'd prefer.
Rose of Sharon: This flower from the region of Sharon in Israel is actually not a rose, but is part of the hibiscus family. Its blooms are nonetheless beautiful and glorious, just as Isaiah depicted the millennial reign when the Bride of Messiah shines forth in all the radiance of her heavenly glory and beauty.
Song of Sol 2:1 "I am the rose of Sharon, the lily of the valleys." Lily of the valley is known for its delicate, cup-like, pure white flowers and its light and crisp fragrance. In the spiritual sense, lily speaks of purity of heart. Song of Sol 2:1 "I am the rose of Sharon, the lily of the valleys." Song of Sol. 2:2 "As the lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters." Ho 14:5 "I will be as the dew unto Israel: he shall grow as the lily, and cast forth his roots as Lebanon." Packaged in gold gift box, with scroll containing brief story of anointing oils and scriptures to pray. Hyssop, another exotic Biblical plant, was used for sprinkling in the ritual practices of the Hebrews. Ex 12:22 reads 'And ye shall take a bunch of hyssop, and dip it in the blood that is in the basin, and strike the lintel and the two side posts with the blood that is in the basin; and none of you shall go out at the door of his house until the morning.' Hyssop speaks of spiritual cleansing, as is so aptly put in the scripture: Ps 51:7 'Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.'
Cassia was one of the principal spices of the Holy Anointing oil used to anoint priests, kings and their garments. Likewise the coming King Messiah's robes will smell of cassia. Cassia is not frequently used today but was apparently a highly valued commodity in Bible times. The root word, kiddah, in both Hebrew and Arabic, signifies a strip and refers to the strips of bark from which the spice is made. In the spiritual sense, cassia speaks of humility, being stripped of pride, set apart (holy) with a servant's heart. The deep, exotic aroma and the rich color of our Cassia oil make it a welcome addition to our family of Biblical fragrant anointing oils.
Cassia is an evergreen tree with an aromatic bark, similar to cinnamon, but darker, thicker and coarser. The outer surface is rough and greyish-brown, the inside bark is smoother and reddish-brown. The stems are cut down when the bark is mature. The bark is removed in short lengths and dried, then ground into powder or rolled from both sides toward the center, to form a quill resembling a scroll. An aromatic oil can be derived through steam distillation of the leaves to produce a strong and penetrating fragrance.
The pomegranate was cultivated in Egypt and was highly esteemed by the Israelites. Carved figures of the pomegranate adorned the tops of the pillars in Solomon's temple, and worked representations of this fruit, in blue, purple and scarlet, ornamented the hem of the robe of the High Priest. Pomegranates are one of the seven species the spies brought back with them to show how fertile the promised land was.
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