Anointing Oil (in Roll on) - Galilee Authentic Olive Oil, Different Scents (10ml)
A powerful tool to connect with God. It's color, scents and fill lifts you "up" when you pray.
You can be assured it is the real thing - Prepared with high-quality ingredients, primarily based on concentrated Galilee authentic Olive Oil and has a unique blend.
Why you should Add to Cart our authentic Roll-on Anointing Oil:
Light of Jerusalem - “Then the LORD said to Moses, Take the following fine spices: 500 shekels of liquid myrrh, half as much of fragrant cinnamon, 250 shekels of fragrant cane, 500 shekels of cassia and a hin of olive oil. Make these into a sacred anointing
oil, a fragrant blend, the work of a perfumer. It will be the sacred anointing oil".
King David - David was the second king of the United Kingdom of Israel according to the Old Testament.
He is depicted as a righteous king, although not without fault, as well as an acclaimed warrior, musician, and poet, traditionally credited for composing many of the psalms contained in the Book of Psalms.
After he has been anointed a king over Israel and Judah, David conquers the Jebusite fortress of Jerusalem and makes it his capital. Tree of Jesse (David father) family branches demonstrating how divine kingship descended from Jesse, through his son David, to Jesus.
Lion of Judah - The Lion of Judah was the symbol of the Israelite tribe of Judah in the Book of Genesis of the Old Testament.
The Lion of Judah also represents Jesus, the phrase appears in the New Testament Book of Revelation 5:5; "And one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof."
King Solomon - The third king of the United Monarchy of Israel according to the Old Testament and the final king before the northern Kingdom of Israel and the southern Kingdom of Judah split; Was the builder of the First Temple in Jerusalem.
Jesus mentions Solomon twice, the first reference is the famous simile of Matthew 6:28-29 and Luke 12:27, in which Jesus compares the lilies of the field with "Solomon in his glory". In the second reference, Jesus alludes to the Queen of Sheba's visit to the court of Solomon.
Myrrh - "Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the
east to Jerusalem… and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense and
myrrh" Matthew 2:1-11.
Since ancient times, myrrh has been valued for its fragrance, its medicinal qualities as a wound dressing and aromatic oil.
So valuable has it been at times in ancient history that it has been equal in weight to the value of gold. During times of
scarcity, its value rose even higher than that. It has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense and in medicine.
Frankincense & Myrrh.
Lily of the Valleys - In some Christian teaching, Mary's tears turned to lily of the valley when she cried at the crucifixion of Jesus, and because of this it is also known as Mary's tears. Lily of the valley is also considered the sign of Christ's second coming. as other herbs and flowers of the time, Lily of the valley has been used for medicinal purposes. It is believed to strengthen memory,
to restore speech and as liquor smeared on the forehead and the back of the neck, to make one have good common sense.
Rose of Sharon - “I am a rose of sharon, a lily of the valley. Like a lily among thorns is my darling among the maidens.”
Spikenard - Also called nard, nardin, and muskroot. Can be crushed and distilled into an intensely aromatic amber-colored essential oil, which is very thick in consistency.
Nard oil is used as a perfume, an incense, a sedative, and as herbal medicine said to fight insomnia, birth difficulties, and other minor ailments. Nard is mentioned a number of times in the Old Testament. It was used as one of the Eleven Herbs for the Incense in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. And it is mentioned in the biblical love poem, the Song of Solomon(1:12&4:13).
In the New Testament (John 12:1-10): six days before the Passover Jesus arrives in Bethany. In Bethany, Mary, sister of Lazarus uses a pound of pure nard to anoint Jesus's feet. Preparing him for his death, as he said to the
criticizers of the event.