Metaphysical meaning of Hezron (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Hezron (mbd)
Hezron, hez'-ron (Heb.)--inclosed; shut in; verdant fields; green pasture; court.

a Son of Reuben (Gen. 46:9). b A son of Perez, one of Judah's sons (Gen. 46:12). c The name of a place on the southern boundary of Judah, in the Promised Land (Josh. 15:3).

Meta. Single thoughts, and a group of thoughts, that belong to the seeing (Reuben) and the praise (or activity of life) and prayer (Judah) faculties of mind. These thoughts are not yet free in their expression in the consciousness and organism. They are inclosed, shut in, by the subconscious limiting error belief in man that all his faculties and powers are material and transient instead of spiritual and abiding.

In the case of the Hezron named in the genealogy of Jesus Christ (Luke 3:33), limiting beliefs are being thrown off and the truth that the name signifies is expressing itself more and more freely and fully.

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