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Anointing 1

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Some notes from recent teaching sessions - they are aimed at giving more of a background / preparatory idea about how a person might move into a position to be "anointed" by God.

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Anointing 1

  1. 1. The Anointing A Biblical and Practical Introduction
  2. 2. What do we you mean when we you talk about the anointing? What words do you think of when speaking of anointing? What ideas come into your mind?
  3. 3. What is anointing from a biblical view? How does the anointing work? How do we work in the anointing of God?
  4. 4. Fire, Power, Electricity, Gifting, Strength, Unction… Covering, Application, Coating, Coming on, Presence,…
  5. 5. What are the best known verses about anointing?
  6. 6. Zech 4:6 1 John 2:20, 27 Luke 4:18-19 James 5:14 Psalm 45:7 1 Chronicles 16:21-22 (Psalm 105) 2 Cor 1:21-22 Mk 6:13
  7. 7. A working definition, practical not theological, “God doing something that we cannot.”
  8. 8. “An overflow of God into our lives that gives us His ability to do that which we in ourselves cannot do.”
  9. 9. As believers we know that we need something more of God—the anointing is the answer to the need.
  10. 10. Anointing: Biblical Background
  11. 11. अिभिषक्त: बाइिबिलक पृष्ठभूिम Abhiṣikta: Bā'ibilika pr̥ ṣṭhabhūmi
  12. 12. First use in the Bible is Jacob anointed a pillar at Bethel, calling the place a house of God (Gen. 28:18). [Here it is used about the consecration of something for a holy purpose].
  13. 13. The law of first mention: The Bible’s first mention of a concept is the simplest and clearest presentation; doctrines are then more fully developed on that foundation.
  14. 14. Old Testament Background
  15. 15. The Hebrew verb for “anoint” (‫ַח‬‫ׁש‬ָ‫מ‬, mashach) refers to the spreading or smearing of a liquid. In the OT it shows that God was pouring out His Spirit upon the anointed.
  16. 16. The Theological Dictionary of The New Testament states: “[In the Old Testament] Anointing the aim is to give to the one anointed power, strength, or majesty."
  17. 17. In the OT three types of people are anointed: 1. Priests (e.g., Lev 8:12–13) 2. Prophets (, 1 Kgs 19:16; Isa 61:1) 3. Kings (e.g., 2 Sam 5:3; 1 Kgs 1:39
  18. 18. Examples: 1Samuel 10:1 "Then Samuel took the flask of oil, poured it on his head, kissed him and said, `Has not the Lord anointed you a ruler over His inheritance?’"
  19. 19. 1Kings 1:39, "Zadok the priest then took the horn of oil from the tent and anointed Solomon. Then they blew the trumpet, and all the people said, `Long live King Solomon!'" Also: Ex 40:15, 1Sam 16:13 Ex 30:30…
  20. 20. 1Kings 1:39, "Zadok the priest then took the horn of oil from the tent and anointed Solomon. Then they blew the trumpet, and all the people said, `Long live King Solomon!'" Also: Ex 40:15, 1Sam 16:13 Ex 30:30…
  21. 21. 1 Sam. 24:6—the king is ‘the Lord’s anointed’ [‫ָה‬‫ו‬ֹ‫ה‬ְ‫י‬ ַ‫ח‬‫ִי‬‫ׁש‬ְ‫מ‬, meshiach yehowah] This became the Hebrew word mashiah = ‘Messiah,’ and, Greek christos =‘Christ.’
  22. 22. Kings are anointed using a flask or horn of oil (1 Sam 10:1, 16:13; 1 Kgs 1:39; 2 Kgs 9:3).
  23. 23. Kings were set apart to serve under the Lord, like a vassal king to a higher king. [Vassal—a person or country in a subordinate position to another]
  24. 24. In the Old Testament anointing was not for everyone in the congregation. Exodus 30:31-33).
  25. 25. When they were but few in number, few indeed, and strangers in it, 13 they wandered from nation to nation, from one kingdom to another. 14 He allowed no one to oppress them; for their sake he rebuked kings: 15 “Do not touch my anointed ones; do my prophets no harm.”
  26. 26. This really refers to the Patriarchs, and to Jews as they wandered away from the Promised Land. It is taken symbolically to indicate the fulfilment of this in the NT when all God’s people are anointed.
  27. 27. The Old Testament anointing is the physical act of pouring oil on the head to show God's choice of them for a special office.
  28. 28. The anointing also involved the gift of the Spirit to carry out the work to which they were being anointed.