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Metaphysical meaning of Biztha (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Biztha (mbd)
Biztha, biz'-thå (Heb. from Pers.)--weak person (sexually, incapable of reproduction); eunuch.

One of the seven chamberlains who ministered to King Ahasuerus of Media and Persia (Esth. 1:10).

Meta. In consciousness a eunuch represents a thought from which the capacity to increase life and its forms has been eliminated. King Ahasuerus represents the will dominated by ambition and puffed up by its conquests. Biztha is a thought, void of vital strength and power, that serves the puffed-up will, and because of its weakening character helps to bring about the downfall of the will.

"Pride goeth before destruction,

And a haughty spirit before a fall" (Prov. 16:18).

The personal of itself has no power to give or to sustain life and wholeness. Only that which is founded in Spirit and acknowledges God as the one power will stand the test.

Preceding Entry: Biziothiah
Following Entry: blasphemy