the thing that thou shalt do unto them to hallow them, to minister unto me in the priest's office: Take one young bullock, and two rams without blemish,
Лев 9, 2
And unleavened bread, and cakes unleavened tempered with oil, and wafers unleavened anointed with oil:
wheaten flour shalt thou make them.
And thou shalt put them into one basket, and bring them in the basket, with the bullock and the two rams.
And Aaron and his sons thou shalt bring unto the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, and shalt wash them with water.
Исх 30, 20
Исх 40, 12
And thou shalt take the garments, and put upon Aaron the coat, and the robe of the ephod, and the ephod, and the breastplate, and gird him with the curious girdle of the ephod:
And thou shalt put the mitre upon his head, and put the holy crown upon the mitre.
Then shalt thou take the
and pour it upon his head, and anoint him.
So Zadok the priest, and Nathan the prophet, and Benaiah the son of Jehoiada, and the Cherethites, and the Pelethites, went down, and caused Solomon to ride upon king David's mule, and brought him to Gihon.
2 Цар 8, 18
2 Цар 15, 18
2 Цар 20, 7
And Zadok the priest took an horn of oil out of the tabernacle, and
And they blew the trumpet;
and all the people said, God save king Solomon.
Исх 30, 25
4 Цар 11, 12
Мф 21, 9
And Elisha the prophet called one of the children of the prophets, and said unto him, Gird up thy loins, and take this box of oil in thine hand, and go to Ramothgilead:
3 Цар 18, 46
4 Цар 4, 29
And when thou comest thither, look out there Jehu the son of Jehoshaphat the son of Nimshi, and go in, and make him arise up from among his brethren, and carry him to an inner chamber;
3 Цар 19, 16
Then take the box of oil, and pour
on his head, and say,
Thus saith the LORD, I have anointed thee king over Israel.
Then open the door, and flee, and tarry not.
The word «Messiah» is an English rendering of the Hebrew word Mashiach, which means «anointed». It usually refers to a person initiated into God's service by being anointed with oil.
Many Jews have long been skeptical of predictions announcing the imminent arrival of the Messiah (Mashiakh). The first century sage Rabban Yochanan ben Zakkai once said: “If you should happen to be holding a sapling in your hand when they tell you that the Messiah has arrived, first plant the sapling and then go out and greet the Messiah.” An old Jewish story tells of a Russian Jew who was paid a ruble a month by the community council to stand at the outskirts of town so that he could be the first person to greet the Messiah upon his arrival. When a friend said to him, “But the pay is so low,” the man replied: “True, but the job is permanent.”