Emanna for 01/07/2021

Becoming the All-Inclusive Spirit for Us to Apply (2)

Bible Verses

Exo 30:23 Take thou also unto thee principal spices, of pure myrrh...and of sweet cinnamon...and of sweet calamus... (24) And of cassia...and of oil olive an hin: (25) And thou shalt make it an oil of holy ointment, an ointment compound after the art of the apothecary: it shall be an holy anointing oil

Words of Ministry

[Part 2 of 3]
We also need to point out that the all-inclusive Spirit is the reality of the compound ointment described in Exodus 30. As the compound ointment, the Spirit no longer includes only the Spirit of God typified by the olive oil, but also the aspects of Christ's death and resurrection typified by the spices. After the olive oil had been blended with the spices, the oil became a compound, an ointment. Formerly the olive oil was of one essence, one element. But after it had been compounded with the spices, other elements had been added to it. The ointment produced by compounding olive oil with the four spices signifies the all-inclusive Spirit. In eternity past the Spirit of God existed with just one element, the element of divinity. But at the time of Christ's incarnation, God put on humanity. During Christ's thirty-three and a a half years of human living on earth, more was added to the divine element. Furthermore, through His crucifixion, the essence of His all-inclusive, effective death was added to Him. The same was true of His resurrection. As Christ took these crucial steps, God was processed and compounded with humanity. Just as the olive oil was blended with the spices to be a type, the Spirit of God was blended with the effectiveness and sweetness of Christ's death and with the effectiveness and power of His resurrection. Therefore, our God is now the processed God who descends as the all-inclusive Spirit upon His chosen people and enters into them to make them the church.
[continued tomorrow]

Bible verses are taken from the Recovery Version of the Bible and Words of Ministry, from Witness Lee, Life- study of Colossians, pp. 220-221. Both are published by Living Stream Ministry, Anaheim, CA. (Repeat 3/20/2000) Please visit us at www.emanna.com Comments to: comment@emanna.com.