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Spiritual Significance of Cinnamon in the Bible

Cinnamon

I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon.

- Proverbs 7:17

The primary root of the word "cinnamon" means "emitting an odor," while spiritually it speaks of holiness and set-apartness. In the Song of Solomon, cinnamon grows in a locked garden that Yeshua calls "my sister, [my] spouse" (Song of Solomon 4:12-14).

For every new believer, the heart is a fragrant garden, enclosed and set apart for Him alone. We must allow the Father to form and shape us into the image of Him and share the heart of the Lord that is undivided in devotion to Him.

Thanks be to God, who always leads us triumphant in Christ, and manifests through us the sweet aroma of the knowledge of Him in every place. For we are a fragrance of Christ to God (2 Corinthians 2:14-15).

For more information about the spiritual significance of the fragrances of the bible, visit our website at http://www.healwithoil.com or purchase a copy of Rebecca's book, The Fragrance of the Bride online at bookstores everywhere.

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Rebecca Park Totilo’s flair and passion for life bursts into living color when she writes. As an award-winning publisher author of over 34 books, she has been spoken to millions via television, radio and live appearances. Her credits include working as a contributor writer on two best-selling series ("Quiet Moments with God" and “Stories for the Teen’s Heart”) which sold over one million and five million copies respectively.  She is also a freelance writer for several national magazines including Christian Parenting Today, Discipleship Journal and Woman’s World. Rebecca's photography work has appeared in numerous national magazines such as Woman’s World, Sports Spectrum, Evangel, and Sharing the Victory.

Rebecca is a homeschool mom for 20 years and serves as president of Rebecca at the Well Foundation. Please visit her websites at: http://RebeccaAtTheWell.org and http://HealWithOil.com.

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