Anointing horns from Israel -
Buy the horn of anointing direct from Jerusalem. Large selection of anointing shofar with biblical symbols in silver and hand-painted horns. Release the power of the anointing oil in faith by His Holy Spirit.
The most iconic symbol of ancient Israel is the shofar, the ram’s horn. These traditional instruments were used in Biblical times for many purposes. From the time that God spoke to Moses on Sinai with the voice of a shofar, they called God’s people to worship and to war. Many of the sacrifices in the Tabernacle and Temple were carried out to the sound of the shofar blowing. Twice when the men of Israel were engaged in civil war, after the death of King Saul and then years later during Absalom’s rebellion, Joab blew a shofar to signal to his soldiers that the battle had ended.
Significantly, David was anointed by the prophet Samuel, and Solomon was anointed by Zadok the priest with what the Bible terms a horn of oil. In Solomon’s case, the horn of oil was brought out from the Tent of Meeting. These men chosen by God and anointed by to be king by oil poured from a horn.
At Zak’s Jerusalem Gifts, we offer several shofars for anointing oil. Each of these shofars have a messianic theme. They all point to the descendant of both King David and King Solomon: Jesus. All of them come from Jerusalem, the city at the heart of the Gospel story. Each of them is exquisitely crafted to point to Jesus and to remind the user of His sacrificial death and His soon return as our conquering King.
As believers in our Messiah, King Jesus, we are commanded to anoint the sick with oil and pray over them for healing. What better way to obey the book of James than with a shofar the reminds us of the kingship of the son of David as we pray to Him? The shofar also recalls the ancient people of God worshipping in the Tabernacle and Temple. As we anoint the sick, remember that the shofar was sounded over the sacrifices and we can thank God for His Son. Finally, the shofar reminds us, just as Joab’s shofar signaled the end of the battle and the war, one day God’s trumpet blast will announce the end of time and His return to earth.
And Zadok the priest took an horn of oil out of the tabernacle, and anointed Solomon. And they blew the trumpet; and all the people said, God save king Solomon. (1 Kings 1:39)
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