The Priestly Anointing

Priests where the servants of the people, responsible for the sacrifices, purification rituals, and the teaching of revelation and wisdom. The posts below all speak to Jesus’ priestly calling and anointing.


The Structure of the Old Testament (useful for navigation)

A description of how you can use the shape of the Old Testament to navigate this site... but if you've ...
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The Cross breathed through Scripture

The roots, shoots and fruits of the א-apleh ת-tav. The first, the last, the biggest sacrifice on a cross. For ...
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Judgement or Grace, the prophecy hidden in Enoch’s heirs.

This post is part of a series, see Jesus' life in his ancestors and The glory descends. In these last ...
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The Glory of God descends to dedicate a teacher.

(This is a follow up post to Jesus life in his ancestors). In the last post we explored a couple ...
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Jesus life in his ancestors: God to Kenan

It was way back when I first noticed that if you translated the names of Jesus' ancestors you got descriptions ...
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Wisdom is vindicated by all her Children

Proverbs 8 spells out the role of Wisdom as a active agent in Creation, the passage makes Wisdom female, but ...
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Signs on the Earth and in The Sky.

One of the things people most enjoy when I'm teaching through the Gospels are the ways in which apparent contradictions ...
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The Apostle Sending Saviour in the Burning Bush.

In Luke 11:49,  referring backwards to Israels history, Jesus says: "And so the Wisdom of God says: 'I will send ...
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The Greatest Priest and the Blood of Jesus

Every now and again as I've searched and meditated on Jesus involvement in the Old Testament I come across something ...
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A Three-dimensional view of the Cross in the Foundations of the Priesthood

The First five books of the Bible are collectively referred to as the Torah by Jewish communities and as the ...
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Joshua and the day of Jesus’ greatest victory.

The Old Testament leader Joshua is called “Jesus” in the King James version of the New Testament, (see Acts 7:45 ...
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