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What is the difference between "ordain" and "anoint"?
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First, please show us what your dictionaries say.
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Ordain: to make sb a priest, minister or rabbi... (I think it's like: appoint, nominate or sth like that)
Anoint: to put oil or water on sb's head as part of a religious ceremony.
*They are two different verbs, but either is involved in religion, I suppose.
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it is quiet simple the lord ordains for a position

Anoint is for a purpose