Holy Oil Bath Salts
Holy Oil Bath Salts
These amazing Bath Salts are sure to please. Made from Dead Sea Salts and Biblical Holy Oils, soaking in these will help to calm and soothe. Add to a bath, light a candle, add soft music or devotionals and clear your mind. A beautiful time for prayer as well. A time to reconnect with God in the quiet space.
Available in various scents
- Frankincense & Myrrh; 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.
Is 53:5 "He was wounded for our transgression, He was bruised for our iniquities; ....and by His stripes we are healed."Heb 7:24-26: "...he is totally able to deliver those who approach God through him; since he is alive forever and thus able to intercede on their behalf."
Balm of Gilead - Spiritual Emphasis- Healing of Wounds
Botanically Rich & Aromatically Divine! Try our NEW fragrance of Balm of Gilead, representing the Healer of Wounds. As believers we know that Jesus is the Balm in Gilead, the Healer of our wounded hearts, souls and our great physician.
Jeremiah 8:21-22 -"Since my people are crushed, I am crushed; I mourn, and horror grips me. Is there no balm in Gilead? Is there no physician there? Why then is there no healing for the wounds my people?".
- Frankincense; In Temple times, a special HOLY INCENSE containing FRANKINCENSE was burned on the Altar of Incense morning and evening. In Scripture, incense is often associated with prayer. Sweet-smelling smoke from incense represented the people's prayers ascending to God. Just as the incense carried a perfumed odor, our prayers are scented with the righteousness of our High Priest, Messiah our Savior. In Revelation5:8, John tells us the prayers of the saints ascend to the altar in heaven before the throne of God as a sweet smelling savor.
Myrrh: an exotic biblical spice, was used in purification and 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.
Song of Sol. 1:13: "A bundle of myrrh is my well-beloved unto me.
8 ounce container