ENCOUNTER THE KING! 7th Month Moedim

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ENCOUNTER THE KING!  Yom Teruah! Yom Kippurim!  Sukkot!
An Essential Oil Blend to Celebrate 7TH Chodesh Moedim – Appointment Feasts!

In the last days, as prophesied (Myrrh) and because we belong (Myrrh) to Elohim, we humble (Cassia) ourselves and come before our King to have a face to face encounter (Onycha) with Him, to intercede (Onycha) and do spiritual warfare by worshiping (Sandalwood Mysore) YHWH and seeking His wisdom and glorious light (Israeli Tangerine/Kumquat).

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ENCOUNTER THE KING!  Yom Teruah! Yom Kippurim!  Sukkot!
An Essential Oil Blend to Celebrate 5th & 7th Chodesh Moedim – Appointment Feasts!

In the last days, as prophesied (Myrrh) and because we belong (Myrrh) to Elohim, we humble (Cassia) ourselves and come before our King to have a face to face encounter (Onycha) with Him, to intercede (Onycha) and do spiritual warfare by worshiping (Sandalwood Mysore) YHWH and seeking His wisdom and glorious light (Israeli Tangerine/Kumquat).

This blend was originally a custom order blend for a fellowship group.  

Application:  Use as a perfume for worship and celebration by applying to wrists, behind the ears and down the side of neck and at temples.

Note: If you would like the 5ml or 10ml in a roll-on bottle — email and let us know when you order.  The 2ml is in a roll-on bottle.

Emotional Influence:  Grounding and uplifting.  The essential oils contained in this blend are warm, soothing and may aid to turn inwardly to seek the Ruach during prayer.  Yet, the citrus fruit aromas of Kumquat or Tangerine (from the Land of Israel) aids to uplift one’s spirit just as the flower buds of such burst open with praise towards the heavens with beautiful white and yellow flowers.

Ingredients:  Cassia, Myrrh, Onycha, Sandalwood, Jojoba and F.C.O.

2 reviews for ENCOUNTER THE KING! 7th Month Moedim

  1. Tova Ratzon

    Another wonder-full, Ruach-infused blend from the Heart of the King to Nitza’s hands. I’m in the Fellowship that made the request so received the oil at our Yom Teruah gathering the evening of 9-29-19. I would imagine this fragrance is close to the fragrance of Gan Eden ~ YAH’s bouquet to His beloved Bride. HALLELOVEYAH!

  2. Nitza Moshe

    Todah rabah Tova Ratzon! Ooh that sounds wonderful – is that a Hebrew poetry?!
    Thank you for the review. I always love working with your fellowship — it’s such a delight and encounter with the King when we make Him the center of our purpose and discussions!

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