Anointing Breaks the Yoke is a Myth. The literal translation is: Isaiah 10:27. And it will be in that day, his burden will be taken away from off your shoulder, and his yoke from off your neck, and the yoke will be destroyed because of your robustness.

There is not a word in this verse that means Anointing. The Hebrew word Shamen is related to the word Shemen which means olive oil, but Shamen when it does not refer to people means fat or fatness. When Shamen refers to people it speaks of someone like a pro football guard or tackle, very big and very strong. Think of yourself as that awesome against the burden or yoke you are fighting. These next three verses show how fearsome an enemy you can destroy.

Judges 3:29. And they slew of Moab at that time about ten thousand men, every one robust and every one courageous, and not a man escaped.

Ezekiel 34:16. I shall seek that which was lost and bring back that which was driven away and will bind up that which was broken and will strengthen that which was sick, but I will destroy the robust and the strong. I will feed them with judgment.

Psalm 78: 29. So they ate and were well filled, for He gave them their desire. 30. They were not estranged from their lust, but while their meat was still in their mouths, 31. the wrath of God came upon them and slew the most robust of them and struck down the chosen men of Israel.

All these translated Robust are the Hebrew word Shamen. Isaiah says the burden will be taken from our shoulders and the yoke on our neck will be destroyed because of our strength, because we are to be spiritually strong. Our strength comes from faith, the knowledge, the certainty that God is in us and nothing is too hard for Him.