[Ex.30:23] Take the best spices: of liquid myrrh 500 shekels...
Myrrh was one of the ingredients prescribed by the Lord Himself to Moses for the sacred anointing oil to anoint the tent of Meeting and the ark of the Testimony.
The ancient Hebrew w...
Frankincense is one of the most special oils mentioned in Scripture.
As one of the ingredients of the Holy Perfume in Ex 30:34 it represents Jesus as
our High Priest.
The frankincense spoken of in the Bible was the gum of the
frank trees. T...
Galbanum was one of
the main ingredients of the holy incense mentioned in Ex 30:34.
The name GALBANUM is from a Hebrew root word, pronounced
khel-eb, which means the richest or the choicest part. The galbanum used by the
Israelites was a re...
In Ex 30:34, we read:
the Lord said to Moses, Take sweet spices, Stacte and Onycha and galbanum, with
the best frankincense, in equal weights;
And make from them a perfume, such as
is made by the art of the perfume-maker,
“the Lord said
to Moses, Take sweet spices--Stacte, Onycha, and Galbanum, sweet spices with
pure Frankincense, an equal amount of each and make of them incense, a perfume
after the perfumer's art..
This incense was burnt on coals by the P...
Ecclesiastes 3:17 … for there is a time [appointed] for
every matter and purpose and for every work.
Two weeks ago, I shared the story of my friend who discovered
that Ps 45:7, 8 is Scriptural proof that Jesus has a fragranc...
IF NEH 8:10 IS TRUE WHICH SAYS: for
the joy of the Lord is your strength!
Then it is certainly true that the enemy would desire to steal our
JOY, because then we’ll be weak!
CASSIA, the last ingredient in the Oil of Joy as men...
· The Hebrew root word for myrrh is mar and means, to be grieved, to make bitter or to drop as in distillation!
1. I would like to share on
an oil that is mentioned 3 times in Scripture and is called the oil of JOY!
2. These 3 Bible verses all have 1 thing in common:
… They refer to an extra-ordinary fact about Jesus …!...
The moment I mention CEDAR, what automatically comes to mind
is … the cedars of Lebanon!
The Hebrew word for Cedar is ARAZ meaning, strength or to be
firm. As we know from Scripture, cedar is known for its strength. David’s ho...
(all about the application of the blood of Jesus)
The use of HYSSOP is first mentioned in Ex 12:22
And you shall take a bunch of hyssop, dip it in the blood
in the basin, and touch the lintel above the door and the two side pos...