Myrrh Cross Shaped Pendant blessed on the Stone of Anointing B07883M222 yPKhqDgh

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This miniature bottle contains oil from the lamps that burned all day long in the Aedicule inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. By the end of the day it was carefully collected and preserved for pious believers. The bottle with lamp oil from the Holy Land may be a great gift idea for a lasting memory to be cherished — as good as the Jerusalem icon of the Mother of God.
  • According to the New Testament, Apostles and those who were inducted by them into presbyters used consecrated oil to anoint sick people, when they prayed for their healing. This way, the tradition to anoint wounds, injuries, temples and other parts of the body with consecrated lamp oil has existed in Christianity from the earliest times.
  • Anointing with a Holy Land oil is appropriate not only for the sick, but for every believer. In times when Our Lord Jesus Christ lived on earth, there was a tradition to anoint body, face and hair with fragrant oil as a sign of great spiritual joy. “But you, when you fast, anoint your head, and wash your face” — says the Savior (Matthew 6:17).
  • The oil is packaged in 3mm mini bottles, which are all adorned with a Jerusalem cross and “Jerusalem Candle” logo. You may want to add from time to time a drop of this oil into your icon lamp — creating an invisible spiritual bond with the place of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  • This miniature bottle contains oil from the lamps that burned all day long in the Aedicule inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. By the end of the day it was carefully collected and preserved for pious believers. The bottle with lamp oil from the Holy Land may be a great gift idea for a lasting memory to be cherished — as good as the Jerusalem icon of the Mother of God. According to the New Testament, Apostles and those who were inducted by them into presbyters used consecrated oil to anoint sick people, when they prayed for their healing. This way, the tradition to anoint wounds, injuries, temples and other parts of the body with consecrated lamp oil has existed in Christianity from the earliest times. Its healing effect becomes even stronger if it burnt in a prayed-in holy place, especially inside a shrine known as the place of the resurrection of Jesus Christ — this is possible only by worshipper’s steadfast faith and trust in God’s help. Anointing with a Holy Land oil is appropriate not only for the sick, but for every believer. In times when Our Lord Jesus Christ lived on earth, there was a tradition to anoint body, face and hair with fragrant oil as a sign of great spiritual joy. “But you, when you fast, anoint your head, and wash your face” — says the Savior (Matthew 6:17). The oil is packaged in 3mm mini bottles, which are all adorned with a Jerusalem cross and “Jerusalem Candle” logo. You may want to add from time to time a drop of this oil into your icon lamp — creating an invisible spiritual bond with the place of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    Myrrh Cross Shaped Pendant blessed on the Stone of Anointing B07883M222 yPKhqDgh


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