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Metaphysical meaning of Melea (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Melea (mbd)
Melea, me'-le-å (Gk. fr. Heb.)--fullness; fully supplied; abundance; full measure; multitude.

Son of Menna and father of Eliakim, in the genealogy of Jesus Christ (Luke 3:31)

Meta. An inner discernment of the all-sufficiency of Spirit (fullness, fully supplied, full measure).

Melech, me'-lech (Heb.)--king; ruler; counselor; judge.

Son of Micah, a Benjamite, descended from Saul through Jonathan (I Chron. 8:35)

Meta. A thought that belongs to the will. It rules in the active faith faculty in the individual, and has become discriminative to the extent of being able to counsel and advise the other thoughts of the phase of consciousness to which it belongs. (King pertains to the will, or to a ruling thought; Benjamite refers to the active faith faculty in man; counselor, judge, suggests discrimination and judgment. Saul, from whom Melech was descended, signifies the will, since he was a king of Israel; Jonathan, his son, and an ancestor of Melech, represents a phase of love. When the will begins to recognize love and to unify itself with the love thought, it becomes less dictatorial and more discriminating.)

Preceding Entry: Melchizedek
Following Entry: Melita