This Premium Anointing Oil has been hand crafted in Israel using Extra Virgin Olive Oil made from Olive Trees around Jerusalem. It has been scented and mixed according to Ancient Hebrew recipes by using Biblical essential oils and fragrances sourced from Middle and Far East. This bottle of Anointing Oil has been dedicated to God and soaked in prayer and it was been officially tested for quality.
"You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies;You have anointed my head with oil;My cup overflows" (Psalm 23:5)
Messiah's Fragrance :
The oil of joy and gladness.
Ingredients: Pure Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Israel mixed with Myrrh, Aloes, and Cassia.
As we take a closer look at the anointed life style of our Bridegroom Yeshua we see how it has been dispensing its fragrance throughout the ages and will of course continue to do so. Consider what is said about Him and especially the scent He carries, in the Wedding Psalm on chapter 45:7-8
“Therefore God, has anointed you with the oil of joy above your fellows. All your garments are fragrant with myrrh and aloes and cassia..."
Out of ivory palaces Our Messiah-King’s garments are fragrant with the "Oil of Joy" and the recipe from our text is therefore myrrh, aloes and cassia.
Anointing with oil was no stranger during Yeshua’s life on earth. We see this in the fourth chapter of Luke where Yeshua is anointed at the beginning of his ministry by a woman and again at the end before he is crucified by Mary of Bethany. Let us always remember what Proverbs 27: 9 tells us when it shares with us that “oil and perfume make the heart glad!”
Scriptures related with this oil can be found in: Isaiah 61:1-3, Hebrews 1:9, and Luke 7:46
The Oil associated with divine matters in ancient cultures.
Ingredients: Pure Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Israel mixed with Frankincense essential oil.
The Hebrew word “levona”, comes from the root word “lavan” meaning white, evidently from its milky color. The Greek “libanos” is derived from the Hebrew. White carries with it the connotation of purity. Frankincense resin is acquired in the same way as myrrh. In the tabernacle of Moses, we find frankincense in the grain offering, in the incense that was burned on the golden altar and sprinkled on the showbread. A powerful interpretation of the meaning of incense is set forth in the book of Revelation, where it is connected with intercessory prayer. “…Each one had a harp and they were holding golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints.”Since Moses and the prophets point to Messiah, we see the aspects of His purity and intercession that comes into focus with this fragrance also.
Frankincense was acquired exactly in the same way as myrrh. It is a gum resin that’s known as tears, the same as myrrh. The bride’s involvement in intercession causes her to participate in a divine activity. Moreover frankincense’s association with divinity throughout the ancient world was a reason that frankincense was one of the three gifts given to Yeshua at his birth together with myrrh and gold.
Scriptures related with this oil can be found in: Ex. 30:7,34,35, Lev.2:1, Lev. 24:7, Song 3:6, Song 4:6-7, Isaiah 60:6, and Revelation 5:8