Metaphysical meaning of Huram (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Huram (mbd)
Huram, hu'-ram (Heb.)--noble; free; highborn; pure; brilliant; white-robed.

a Son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (I Chron. 8:5). b II Chronicles :3, 11-13, gives the name of Hiram, king of Tyre, as Huram. (See also II Chronicles 4:11, 16.)

Meta. See HIRAM.

The Huram who was a Benjamite signifies the activity of faith as a purifying, uplifting, constructive power in man's consciousness, to bring about true liberty and nobility. These building qualities in consciousness that Hiram or Huram represents are noble, free, and highborn; they are of spiritual origin.

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