Metaphysical meaning of Haggai (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Haggai (mbd)
Haggai, hag'-ga-l (Heb.)--festive; festal; feast; festival; joyous; rejoicing.

One of the minor prophets, who prophesied at the time the Jews returned from the Babylonian captivity. (See Ezra 6: 14 and The Book of Haggai.)

Meta. A realization of good as taking the place of seeming evil. That spiritual insight in man which heralds joyous, full, free deliverance from oppression, and abundance of rich substance and life for mind and body; it feasts upon the Truth daily, and foresees and foretells the working out of good.

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