In this teaching, Aliyah takes us through the crowd as it parts, to where the followers and enemies of Yeshua recline around the table, at Mary and Martha's home in Bethany. Mary makes her way through the crowd to where her Rabbi sits and loosens her hair. The smell of spikenard fills the air and Mary anoints the Saviour for His death.
Reflecting on Mary's act of love, Aliyah uncovers the meaning of our own alabaster jars, the cost of love, the nearness of the Saviour, and the presence of women during Yeshua's ministry on earth. This message is one for the heart in need of a space to rest and to be refreshed again.