Some Jesus Things Temple Incense Enhanced Description
The Sages say that The Holy One, Blessed Be He, Loved the Incense Offering…because it represents Unity. It is associated with Divine, Protection from harm and illness and those who offered it were rewarded by haven with abundant wealth. These jars of blended incense contain: Clove, Galbanum, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cassia, Spikenard, Muscat Nut Bark and Cinnamon.
The smoke of the incense is a representative of our prayers rising to heaven. Burn the Incense and Let the aromatic scent purify your home. The incense is used for ritual cleansings for purification ~ The burning of incense removes all impurities and leaves only the essence for the Blessing of God.
The Temple Incense
All forces in the world, even the forces of death and destruction, contribute to the development and perfection of the universe. When all the realms and their forces, both spiritual and physical, draw together, each one provides a unique function. From this standpoint, the force of death also serves as a force of life.
The unique character of the incense reflects this message of harmony and inter-connectivity. The Hebrew word for incense, ketoret, is related to the word kesher, meaning a ‘bind’ or ‘knot.’ The incense unites together the core essence of all forces: Life, Matter, and Spirit — according to the extraordinary recipe that God prescribed in the Torah. ***
Our blend of The Temple Incense contains: Clove, Galbanum, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cassia, Spikenard, Muscat Nut Bark and Cinnamon.
*** (English and Hebrew Names) Balsam (Zori Nataf) Clove (Tziporen) Galbanum (Hachelbina) Frankincense (Levona) Myrrh (Mor) Cassia (Ktziaa) Spikenard (Shibolet Nard) Saffron (Karkom) Costus (Kosht) Muscat Nut Bark (Klufa) Cinnamon (Kinamon)