Holy Land Olive Wood

The Olive Tree is native to the holy land since ancient times.
The Olive Tree has both a sentimental and religious significance to all nations and all religions. In both the Old Testament and the New Testament.

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The Olive Oil in the Old Testament was used for nourishment, healing, the anointing of prophets and kings and as fuel for the temple lamps in Jerusalem. Even in the New Testament, Jesus Christ was described as the “Anointed One” the Messiah, which in Aramaic, Hebrew and Arabic means anointed with olive oil.Mount of Olives is the name of the mountain where Jesus Christ prayed and taught his disciples the word of God.