Anointing Qodeshim With Oil
From the B'rit Hadasha [new testament] we found 5 passages that refer to the practice of Biblical Oil To Anoint, yet none of them explain the use and preparation of it. We can only draw conclusions from the context.
Should followers of Messiah use Biblical Oil To Anoint?
Specific Oil For The "Anointed"? Biblical Oil To Maw-Shakh?
Another meaning for the word anointed is "Behkiri" [Chosen One]. The Scripture says that Messiah Yahushua was anointed by Yahuah Elohim with the Ruach ha'Qodesh [Spirit of Dedication "Holy Spirit"] to spread the Good News and free those who have been held captive by sin (Luke 4:18-19; Acts 10:38). After Emmanuel left the earth, He gave us the gift of the Ruach ha'Qodesh (John 14:16). Now all Believers are anointed, chosen for a specific purpose in furthering the Maljut ha'Shamayim [Kingdom of Heaven] (1 John 2:20). "Now He who establishes us with you in Messiah and has anointed us is Elyon, who also has sealed us and given us the ruach in our hearts as a guarantee" (2 Corinthians 1:21-22).
When Shabbat was over, Miryam Magdalene, Miryam the mother of James, and Salome bought spices
so that they might go to anoint Messiah Yahushua’s body
(Mark 16:1). The women’s visit to the tomb is also mentioned in Matthew 28:1, Luke 24:1, and John 20:1, though Luke is the only other gospel writer to mention the spices they brought with them.
Luke 23:56 adds that, on the day of Elohim ET crucifixion, the women “went home and prepared spices and perfumes. But they rested in Sabbath to fulfill the Torah.” John 19:39 reveals that Nicodemus had already used spices on the body of the Genesis Lamb: “Nicodemus brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about seventy-five pounds.”
The main reason a dead body was anointed with spices was to control the smell of decomposition. Jews did not practice embalming, and the funeral spices were a way to help minimize unpleasant odors. At the tomb of Lazarus, when Messiah asked for the stone to be rolled away from the mouth of the tomb, Martha objected: “By this time there is a bad odor, for he has been there four days” (John 11:39). The spices the women brought to Jesus’ tomb were intended to eliminate such an odor and honor the body of the ET Lamb.
The fact that the women brought spices to anoint Emmanuel’s tabernacle showed they did not expect Elohim's Salvation to literally conquer death. After resting on the Sabbath (Use The Mazzaroth to understand Yoseph's dream), the women traveled to Messiah's tomb early the morning after with plans to provide the traditional spices used on a dead body. This group of women included Miryam Magdalene, Miryam the mother of James, Salome, Joanna, and possibly others (Luke 24:10). Their primary concern was over how the stone would be moved to allow them entrance to the tomb. When they arrived at the tomb, they were surprised to see the stone already rolled away and no body inside.
In their love and faithfulness to the truth, these beautiful and reverent followers of Messiah Yahushua became the first witnesses of the empty tomb and the first to see the Lion of the Tribe of Yahuda. The spices they brought were unneeded, since Yahushua was alive forevermore, but their zealous loyalty to the Savior was rewarded with the honor of becoming the first eyewitnesses of the resurrected Elohim.
Qodesh Mashach Shemen David
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