Metaphysical meaning of Adaiah (mbd)
Adaiah, a-da'-iah (Heb.)--whom Jehovah adorns; pleasing to Jah.
The name of several Israelitish men mentioned in the Bible (II Kings 22:1; I Chron. 6:41; 8:21; 9:12).
Meta. An awakening to, and acceptance of, spiritual Truth. Such an awakening is pleasing to Jehovah, and it gives adorning grace to the individual (whom Jehovah adorns).
The two men named Adaiah who took foreign wives (Ezra 10 :29, 39) signify a seeking to unify spiritual ideals with carnal affection. Such an attempt can bring only trouble. It must be given up before the individual can be blessed truly and permanently.
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