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Metaphysical meaning of Maasai (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Maasai (mbd)
Maasai (A. V., Maasiai), må-as'-ai (Heb.)--work of Jehovah; Jehovah's creation; fruits of Jah's labor.

A priest of Israel, son of Adiel (I Chron. 9:12).

Meta. Maasai means work of Jehovah. The man was an Israelitish priest. The mission of the true, priestly thoughts in us is to carry out Jehovah's work. This work is to bring the God man in us into perfect expression; it is to finish, to perfect in manifestation, the man whom God made in His likeness--the spiritual or ideal man. We can work the works of God, Jesus tells us in John 6:29, by believing on Him whom He sent; in other words, by believing on the Christ, or Jehovah, who is the real, true, inner, ideal man or self of each of us. When we understand this and believe in our own indwelling Christ, who is our light and life, our "hope of glory," we open our consciousness and body to the activity of Spirit in and through us. Then Jehovah can accomplish His work of bringing forth into outer manifestation in us the perfect ideal man, the Christ.

Preceding Entry: Maarath
Following Entry: Maaseiah