"The English word ‘anoint’ is translated from the Hebrew māšaḥ, meaning ""to smear, paint, spread a liquid"" (STRONG’S HEBREW LEXICON H4886). This action of anointing is meant to set apart the common from the divine. When the priest anointed something or someone it was set apart or consecrated from the normal use to make it ready for God’s purposes. It seems we have all but lost the true meaning of anointing today. To be set apart for the use of God is a serious commitment. We should handle the things God anoints with great regard and care. The tabernacle and its items were anointed and set apart for God and the people. Let’s think carefully about our anointing and how we set
apart the common from the divine in our everyday life.
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