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Metaphysical meaning of Jehoram (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Jehoram (mbd)
Jehoram, je-ho'-ram (Heb.)--whom Jehovah has exalted; whom Jah raises up; Jehovah makes high; elation of Jah; praise of Jehovah.

a Son of Jehoshaphat king of Judah (I Kings 22:50). He became king upon the death of his father, but unlike his father he was a very wicked king (II Chron. 21:6). b A king of Israel. He was a son of Ahab and succeeded his brother Ahaziah on the throne (II Kings 1:17); called Joram in II Kings 8:16. c A priest in Jehoshaphat's reign (II Chron. 17:8).

Meta. The elevation of the individual, in character, in power, in joy, in true success and all good, because he has lifted up his spiritual I AM, Jehovah, the Christ, in his consciousness and life (praise of Jehovah, whom Jehovah has exalted, whom Jah raises up.)

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