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Metaphysical meaning of Jahath (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Jahath (mbd)
Jahath, ja'-hath (Heb.)--becoming one; united; unity; conjunction; together; wholeness; revival; renewing; comfort.

a A great-grandson of Judah (I Chron. 4:2). b A grandson of Gershom, the son of Levi (I Chron. 6:20). c The name of three other Levites, one an overseer in the work of repairing the Temple, in the reign of Josiah, king of Judah (I Chron. 23:10; 24:22; II Chron. 34:12)

Meta. The breaking down and the building up that constitute every true overcoming in man, and the accompanying realization of his eternal oneness with the Divine.

In every overcoming, in every realization of Truth, there must be first a letting go and dispersion of whatever limitation or error has been standing in the way of the higher good that is desired. Then the light of Spirit breaks into the consciousness of the individual and he realizes new life (revival, renewing), new understanding, and a new realization of God's presence.

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