Mary Magdalene was a devout worshiper.
Her Scent is a sweet, floral aroma including essences of Jasmine, Myrrh, Rose Absolute, and Spikenard.
Mary of Magdala, a town on the western shore of the Lake of Tiberias. Luke 8:3 records her as one of the women who “ministered to Christ of their substance,” since He had cast seven demons out of her. Gratitude, loyalty, trust and love toward her great Deliverer prompted her to become his follower.
Mary and other women accompanied him also on his last journey to Jerusalem (Mat 27:55; Mark 15:41; Luke 23:55). They stood near the cross. There Mary remained till all was over, and the body was taken down and laid in Joseph’s tomb. Again, in the earliest dawn of the first day of the week she, with Salome and Mary the mother of James (Mat 28:1; Mark 16:2), came to the sepulcher, bringing with them sweet spices, that they might anoint the body of Jesus. They found the sepulcher empty, but saw the “vision of angels” (Mat 28:5). She hastens to tell Peter and John, and again immediately returns to the sepulcher.
There she lingers thoughtfully, weeping at the door of the tomb. The risen Lord appears to her, but at first she knows him not. His utterance of her name “Mary” recalls her to consciousness, and she utters the joyful, reverent cry, “Rabboni.” She wanted to cling to him, but he forbids her, saying, “Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father.” This is the last record regarding Mary of Magdala, who then returned to Jerusalem where she may have been among the women in the upper room of Acts 1.