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The LORD says, “Touch Not My Anointed!” — 6 Comments

  1. Unprecedented truth and powerful revelation to live by in this hour. Thanks so much for your heart to hear and pour out without measure. Love and blessings, Sandi

  2. Scripturally, the word anointing mostly refers to a literal anointing with physical oil.  In the Old Testament it was applied to kings and Levitical priests rather than to prophets. The News Testament scripture, 1 John 2:27, “As for you, the anointing you received from him remains in you, and you do not need anyone to teach you. But as his anointing teaches you about all things and as that anointing is real, not counterfeit—just as it has taught you, remain in him” implies that all of the Lord’s people who have the Holy Spirit are His anointed. Unfortunately, the term the Lord’s anointed s now generally used exclusively to confer a special status on those who have the more spectacular gift of prophecy. It may thus seem surprising that the gift of teaching is more highly esteemed in the New Testament.

    • Although we are all the Lord’s anointed, and so in this particular sense are of equal honour, Paul says: “Let the elders who rule well be counted worthy of double honor, especially those who labor in the word and doctrine.” [1 Timothy 5:17]
      Thus, I think in the Body of Christ there is both a principle of equality under the headship of Christ and a principle of especially honouring those who are building it up.

    • In OT as well as in NT the “oil” represent obedience by hearing the voice of the Father”.

      THE hebrew Word is “shemen” which orrigins from shama “hear and obey”.

      The greek word is “elaion” which refers to Elijah.

      This hearing and obeying, the anointing, is the “Christ” that Jesus has, the teaching directly from the Father.

      Every “tree” found in S cripturrs represent a familj tree which includes the ” oliver tree”.
      In the same way you receive olive oil by Hard pressure the same way you will receive the anointing, by hard pressure.

      “It is through much suffering (hard pressure) we will enter the Kingdom of God” (and be anointed).

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