The very robes of God are fragrant with myrrh, according to Psalms 45. God directed that the Tabernacle's sacred anointing oil be produced using myrrh in Exodus 35. God clearly enjoys the scent of myrrh.
The wise men did not bring this sacred treasure as a gift for the Son of God by chance. Jesus was handed a drink laced with myrrh while on the cross, but he declined.
Myrrh was utilised as a pain reliever in ancient times. He refused to take anything that might make the suffering He was experiencing on the cross any less. Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea buried him with a mixture of myrrh.
The tale of God's love for His people and our redemption is infused in this aroma.
Anointing oil for healing, straight from the heart of Jerusalem, on the Christian quarter route, within the Old City Walls.
The Holy Land, where Jesus travelled, produces this anointing oil. These materials are then perfumed with Cassia, frankincense, myrrh, cassia, and biblical flowers with herb essence typical of the Holy Land, using natural, pure Galilee and Jerusalem virgin olive oils.
The fundamental goal of anointing with holy anointing oil is to sanctify and'set apart' the anointed individual for ministry activity led by the Holy Spirit.
The Christian is "put apart" for God's purposes after being anointed with oil under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, as well as repentance.
You have loved righteousness and hated wickedness; therefore God, your God, has set you above your companions by anointing you with the oil of joy." (Hebrews 1:9)