Metaphysical meaning of Jozacar (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Jozacar (mbd)
Jozacar (A. V., Jozachar), joz'-a-cär (Heb.)--whom Jehovah remembers; Jah is mindful; remembered by Jehovah; Jah recalls.

Son of Shimeath. He was one of the two servants of Joash, king of Judah, who killed Joash (II Kings 12:21).

Meta. The divine something within man's consciousness that makes it impossible for anything really to pass out of memory until it is adjusted rightly (Jah is mindful, remembered by Jehovah, Jah recalls). The law of sowing and reaping exemplifies this. Every thought, word, and act brings about, or helps to bring about, like conditions in mind, body, and affairs. If our thoughts are out of divine order the results are not to our liking, and so an adjustment must be made. The error thoughts and habits must be forgiven--erased from consciousness--and truer thoughts and activities established in their place, that harmony, joy, peace, and good may express continuously. (Joash was a good king so long as Jehoiada the high priest lived to instruct him, but after Jehoiada died, Joash departed from the Lord and did evil; he had Jehoiada's son killed for trying to hold up the Truth before him. Later he was slain by his servants. See II Chronicles 24:15-26.)

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