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Anointing Oils

Cassia Oil

Cassia was one of the principal spices of the Holy Anointing oil used to anoint priests, kings and their garments. Likewise, the coming King Messiah's robes will smell of cassia. Cassia is not frequently used today but was apparently a highly valued commodity in biblical times. The root word, kiddah, in both Hebrew and Arabic, signifies a strip and refers to the strips of bark from which the spice is made. In the spiritual sense, cassia speaks of humility, being stripped of pride, set apart (holy) with a servant's heart. The deep, exotic aroma and the rich color of our Cassia oil make it a welcome addition to our family of biblical fragrant anointing oils.

Psalm 45:8 "Your robes are all fragrant with myrrh, aloes and cassia..."



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Frankincense & Myrrh

These two fragrances combined not only smell divine, but have deep spiritual significance as two of the three gifts presented to the Messiah after his birth. (Learn more about the spiritual meaning of this and our other fragrances on our anointing oil teaching page.)

In temple days, sweet incense containing Frankincense was placed on the Inner Altar of the Tabernacle and burned morning and evening. It speaks of intercession. Myrrh, used as a burial spice and in purification rites, was a primary ingredient of the Holy Anointing Oil. It speaks of suffering and death, but our total deliverance in the atoning work of Messiah. Frankincense & Myrrh, two of the three prophetic gifts given to the Messiah at His birth, represent His role as Priest and Prophet, signifying all that Messiah would do and continues to do on our behalf.

Isaiah 53:5 "He was wounded for our transgression, He was bruised for our iniquities; ....and by His stripes we are healed."

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Henna

Henna, a shrub producing masses of small, white, heavily fragrant flowers, has been widely used as a cosmetic from ancient times until present. It is popular in the Middle East as a dye which is applied in intricate patterns on the hands and feet of brides. The whole unbroken leaves of henna will not stain the skin; however, when they are broken or crushed the color is released to stain the skin. The mention of the alluring fragrance of Henna is quite appropriately found in the beautiful love song of the Bible, Song of Songs 1:14. It is a smell you can fall in love with instantly and is thought to be the source of Cleopatra's famous captivating perfume. The root word for Henna is derived from an Arabic word meaning emotional tenderness. We, like the Henna leaves and flowers, can become spiritually tender and extremely fragrant when we submit to the breaking of our own wills in true repentance before the Lord.

Psalm 51:17 "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise."

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Ketubah

Ketubah is the Hebrew word meaning "It is written" and the name given to marriage contracts for the children of Israel outlining the vows and responsibilities of the groom and the bride toward each other. Many scriptures compare the marriage covenant on earth with the covenant between the Creator and His people. After the Exodus, Moses presented the children of Israel with the terms of one such covenant, the Ten Commandments written with the finger of the Holy One of Israel, which they accepted wholeheartedly with a resounding “I do.” Love for The One True God, shown by obedience to His Word, is the basis on which this covenant is extended to all who believe.

Ketubah is a special aromatic blending of biblical fragrances representing the participants in the holy covenant of marriage: the Groom, the Bride and the Spirit of The Living God.

Frankincense & Myrrh: fragrances of the Groom

Spikenard: fragrance of the Bride

Hyssop (Holy Fire): fragrance of the Holy Spirit

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Myrrh

Myrrh, an exotic Biblical spice, was used in purification & beautification rites, in the formula for the Holy Anointing Oil, and in burial spices. Queen Esther was bathed in Oil of Myrrh for six months and with other aloes and perfumes for another six months before her presentation to the king. Bitter to the taste but sweet to the smell, myrrh in the spiritual sense speaks of dying to self to become a "sweet smelling savor" to the Lord.

Esther 2:12 Each girl had her turn to appear before King Achashverosh after she had undergone the full twelve-month preparation period prescribed for the women, consisting of a six-month treatment with oil of myrrh and six months with perfumes and other cosmetics for women.





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Pomegranate

The pomegranate, a Persian native, is one of the oldest fruits known to man and was highly esteemed by the Israelites. It takes an enormous amount of the flower petals to be pressed and steam-distilled in order to make a quantity of oil. Once pressed the slightly amber oil, which is the basis for all our Pomegranate products, gives off a pleasant and slightly fruity odor. Jewish tradition teaches that the pomegranate is a symbol for righteousness, because it is said to have 613 seeds which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot or commandments of the Torah. Pomegranate is one of the seven species the spies brought back with them to show how fertile the promised land was. It speaks of God's favor exhibited, in fruitfulness and abundance - hence we call it our “BLESSINGS COLLECTION”.



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Spikenard

Spikenard, a rare and costly fragrant oil, was used by Mary of Bethany to anoint the head and feet of the Messiah two days before His death, as recorded in John 12:3: “Then Mary took a pound of ointment of spikenard, very costly, and anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped his feet with her hair: and the house was filled with the odor of the ointment.” It speaks of the Bride’s extravagant adoration of & intimacy with the Bridegroom, in total abandonment, without regard to cost. We at ABBA call Spikenard "The Fragrance of the Bride", for it symbolizes the bride who has made herself ready.




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Shofars




The shofar is either a ram's horn or a yemenite horn which is blown somewhat like a trumpet. Our shofarot (plural for shofar) and ram’s horns are meticulously made by one of the most prominent shofarot makers in all Israel. The combined expertise of the two families covers over 300 years of craftmanship and today blends the age-old know-how of family tradition with modern methods to produce these remarkable instruments of sound and anointing. An Israeli craftsman has added 925 Sterling Silver plating in various Jewish symbols to some, making them even more desirable and cherishable.













Jumbo Yemenite Shofar

Partially Polished 38"-40" Tip to Tip /On-the-curl 42"-45"

These beautiful extra large size shofars are a delight to behold and to play. Partially Polished and Partially Raw. Each horn is sterilized, cleaned, made into a shofar, and anointed with Frankincense & Myrrh. 

Sizes range from: 38"-40" Tip-to-Tip OR 42"-45" On-the-Curl

$299.....Suggest Gift







Extra Large Yemenite Shofar

Now is the time to order the shofar of your dreams!

These beautiful Large size shofars are a delight to behold and to play. Each horn is sterilized, cleaned, made into a shofar, and anointed with Frankincense & Myrrh.


 Sizes range from 36"-38" Tip-to-Tip 38"-42" On-the-Curl

$275.....Suggested Gift
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