What Is A Golden Censer
The Golden Censer is a vessel used by the Jews in the Temple to offer incense. It was commanded to be made by God and given to Moses in Exodus 30:1-6. This censer was used daily as part of the sacrificial ritual and on the Day of Atonement. The censer also contains coals from the altar, and incense is burned directly on it, creating a cloud that symbolizes prayer and intercession. Hebrews 9:4 is mentioned as part of the ark of the covenant, and Revelation 8:3 and five are associated with an angel. The Golden Censer is an essential symbol of protection and a representation of Christ in all His perfections.