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Metaphysical meaning of Beracah (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Beracah (mbd)
Beracah (A. V., Berachah), ber'-a-cah (Heb.)--a blessing; a benediction; a gift; a present.

a A valley between Bethlehem and Hebron, where the men of Judah, under Jehoshaphat, assembled to bless Jehovah for their victory over the Moabites and the Ammonites (II Chron. 20:26). b A Benjamite who came to David at Ziklag (I Chron. 12:3).

Meta. The true spirit of thanksgiving and blessing in man, which always adheres to the thoughts, tendencies, and powers in him that are in line with Truth--and thus aids in building up and strengthening in man's consciousness that which leads to his highest unfoldment and good.

Preceding Entry: Bera
Following Entry: Beraiah