Metaphysical meaning of Bezalel (mbd)
Bezalel (A. V., Bezaleel) be-zal'-el (Heb.)--in the shadow of God; in the likeness of God; in the shelter of God; in the protection of God. This word is formed from the same root as that used in Genesis 1:26, 27, which is rendered as "image" and "likeness."
Son of Uri and grandson of Hur, of the tribe of Judah. Jehovah filled him with wisdom, understanding, and skill, and he was one of those who were given charge of the construction of the tabernacle in the wilderness, and of the priests' garments, and of other similar work. This man's work was in gold, silver, brass, the cutting of stones for setting, the carving of wood, and in all skilled workmanship (Ex. 31:2-11).
Meta. The inner assurance of the guarding, guiding, protecting presence and power of Spirit; a conception of divine sonship, Godlikeness (in the shadow of God, in the likeness of God, in the shelter of God, in the protection of God). If we have this assurance and conception of being in truth like God, it clears the way for the inflow of divine light and wisdom, that we may know better how to handle the substance ideas in our consciousness and our body. These ideas are in various phases, or degrees, of materiality and spirituality; we need understanding and wisdom, as well as the ability and protection of Truth, in order to mold or build them into a more enduring structure (body temple) wherein God can be worshiped in spirit.