Definition of Sacramental oil
1. Noun. A consecrated ointment consisting of a mixture of oil and balsam.
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Literary usage of Sacramental oil
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Conversation Between Dominie and Patrick: Or, The Bible Vs. Papacy by Thomas Reid Rawson (1860)
"Patrick—But that don't make the holy sacramental oil to be the only means of saving the sick ..."
2. A Glossary of Liturgical and Ecclesiastical Terms by Frederick George Lee (1877)
"... to one for the sacramental oil, baptismal shell, stoles, and towel used in baptism. 4. Any locker for books, Church music, sconces, &c. HYMN. ..."
3. A Philosophical Dictionary by Voltaire (1824)
"The judicious Dutch preacher, a disciple of the illustrious Cocceius, finds the sacramental oil of these different celestial unctions in the visible signs ..."
4. Christian Institutions by Alexander Viets Griswold Allen (1897)
"So with the sacramental oil; so with the wine; though before the benediction they are of little value, each of them, after the sanctification bestowed by ..."
5. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1892)
"It is equivalent to 'Jehovah's anointed,' which means one who, whether with or without the sacramental oil, has received the anointing of the Spirit, ..."