The Ketubah Collection - Marriage Covenant
Ketubah is the Hebrew word meaning "It is written" and the name given to marriage contracts for the children of Israel outlining the vows and responsibilities of the groom and the bride toward each other. Many scriptures compare the marriage covenant on earth with the covenant between the Creator and His people. After the Exodus, Moses presented the children of Israel with the terms of one such covenant, the Ten Commandments written with the finger of the Holy One of Israel, which they accepted wholeheartedly with a resounding “I do.” Love for The One True God, shown by obedience to His Word, is the basis on which this covenant is extended to all who believe.
Ketubah is a special aromatic blending of biblical fragrances representing the participants in the holy covenant of marriage--the Groom, the Bride and the Spirit of The Living God.
Frankincense & Myrrh: fragrances of the Groom
Spikenard: fragrance of the Bride
Hyssop (Holy Fire): fragrance of the Holy Spirit