Oil of Gladness


Foot Balm, Handeroom, Lipbalm, Mom to Be Oil, Profetiese Pakkies, Vreugde Olie


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Oil of Gladness for anointing
Anointing oil has been an essential part of Israel since ancient times. God in Exodus 30:22-25, presented to Moses the ingredients of the anointing oil, with which the furniture of the Tabernacle and the priests were to be anointed. Later, it was used in religious ceremonies of consecration (Leviticus 8:12), to anoint the kings of Israel and Judah (1 Samuel 10:1 and 16:13 to anoint David and Saul), in prayer, praise and healing.
The Word of God gives us many reminiscences about the importance and use of anointing oil, so much so that Job already mentioned it in 29:6 and David when he speaks of being anointed with oil in Psalm 23:5.
Christ himself taught about oil as a symbol of anointing and preparation in the parable of the ten virgins (Matthew 25:3), of healing and healing in the parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:34
When using your anointing oil at home it is important to remember that the power is not in the oil but in the faith behind your prayers and ultimately your faith in the blood of Jesus.
Jesus tells us in John 14:12, “Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater
We also see that in Luke 10:19, that Jesus has given us the authority over all the power of the enemy.
When you are anointing yourself or someone with oil, remember these truths and operate in the power that you hold.
Without faith, this is simply a nice glass bottle filled with olive oil and warm fragrances.
On the other hand, with faith, this becomes a powerful tool for healing and anointing.