SEV Biblia, Chapter 30:30 Ungirás también a Aarón y a sus hijos, y los santificarás para que sean mis sacerdotes.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 30:30 Verse 30. Thou shalt anoint Aaron and his sons] For the reason of this anointing, see the note on "chap. xxix. 7". It seems that this anointing oil was an emblem of Divine teaching, and especially of those influences by which the Church of Christ was, in the beginning, guided into all truth; as is evident from the allusion to it by St. John: "Ye have an unction from the HOLY ONE, and ye know all things. The anointing which ye have received from him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you; but as the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in HIM; 1 John ii. 20, 27.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 22-38 - Directions are here given for making the holy anointing oil, and the incense to be used in the service of the tabernacle. To show the excellency of holiness, there was this spiced oil in the tabernacle which was grateful to the sight and to the smell. Christ's name is a ointment poured forth, So 1:3, and the good name of Christians is lik precious ointment, Ec 7:1. The incense burned upon the golden altar wa prepared of sweet spices. When it was used, it was to be beaten very small; thus it pleased the Lord to bruise the Redeemer, when he offere himself for a sacrifice of a sweet-smelling savour. The like should no be made for any common use. Thus God would keep in the people's mind reverence for his own services, and teach us not to profane or abus any thing whereby God makes himself known. It is a great affront to God to jest with sacred things, and to make sport with his word an ordinances. It is most dangerous and fatal to use professions of the gospel of Christ to forward wordly interests __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ואת 853 אהרן 175 ואת 853 בניו 1121 תמשׁח 4886 וקדשׁת 6942 אתם 853 לכהן׃ 3547