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Metaphysical meaning of Imnah (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Imnah (mbd)
Imnah (in A. V., Genesis 46:17, Jimnah), im'-nah (Heb.)--good fortune; prosperity.

a Son of Asher (I Chron. 7:30). b A Levite (II Chron. 31:14).

Meta. A strong belief in and realization of abundant prosperity and every good as being man's true inheritance and the Father's will for him. (Kore, the son of the second Imnah that is mentioned, "was over the freewill-offerings of God, to distribute the oblations of Jehovah, and the most holy things." This was in the Temple, in Hezekiah's reign.)

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