Scent: A rich, musky aroma from pure essential oils including: Cassia, Balsam, Bergamot, Cedar, Lemon, Lime, Oak Moss and Sandalwood.
Use: For those pressing in to intimate devotion with the Lord.
Let us be glad and rejoice and give Him glory, for the marriage of the Lamb has come, and His wife has made herself ready.” Revelation 19:7
“We should live in this evil world with wisdom, righteousness, and devotion to God,” Titus 2:12
Category: Cherished Covenant oil (Category determines price – more info on the Frequently Asked Questions page)
The Lord started showing me the trees of the Bible, how strong, deep rooted, and secure they were. So many parts of the trees could be used for healing. As I studied, I also saw that many of them could live for centuries. God reminded me that there is, in apothecary language, an understanding that when essential oils are blended it is sometimes called “marrying.” As they spend time together intermingling, they become “married,” or become one.
Cedars of Morocco: is the same species as the Cedars of Lebanon, which are no longer allowed to be used to produce essential oils. Some of these trees are over a thousand years old. They are still standing strong and have persevered in spite of being through floods, drought, fire, storms, earthquakes, and having repelled insects. They have been used in the past for antidotes to poisons. Cedars of Lebanon were used in the building of the temple in Jerusalem.
Sandalwood: is allowed to grow thirty years before being harvested by cutting, beating and bruising the bark and especially the heartwood. In the Old Testament sandalwood was called “aloewood” (album).
Cassia: is one of the ingredients used in the incense which burned and rose day and night before the veil separating the Holy Place from the Holy of Holies, scenting the Tabernacle of Moses and the Temple at Jerusalem.
Oak Moss: is called “lungs of oak” and is extremely tenacious, hanging from oak trees. Both Oak Moss and the oak tree live for centuries.
Olive Oil: There is an olive tree in the garden of Gethsemane that is believed to be about five thousand years old.
Balsam P: There are many references to Balm and Balsam in the scriptures as in “Balm of Gilead.” The Balm was obtained by cutting, wounding and bruising the branches and the bark which is symbolic of the suffering of Jesus before and during His crucifixion.
The Bride: The Bride brings the aroma of the lilies of the field and the fruit trees she has been among as she travels along the well worn path to spend time with the lover of her soul.
Lilies of the Field Blend: Hyacinth and other essential oils blended with Lotus
In this prophetic image we see the bride waiting in the secret place, longing to commune with the Lover of her soul.
The tree represents who she is described as in Psalm 1:2-3, “But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.”
Her path to the meeting place is well worn. The candles representing her much preparation, lighting the path with the Word of the Lord. “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” Psalm 119:105
The King eternal, immortal, invisible, is eager to commune with this hungry heart that is passionately devoted to Him. As waits she will not be disappointed. She has risen early as the dawn breaks over the day, and while the dew is still on the roses.
The Creator of the Cosmos opens up revelatory treasures to her, and lavishes her with intimate waves of revelation and intimate understanding of His magnificent love.
The voice of her Beloved, behold He comes. Opening portals in the heavens and bathing her in more love than she has ever known. There is nothing like Intimate Devotion in the Love’s pure light.