Metaphysical meaning of Meshach (mbd)
Meshach, me'-shach (Heb. fr. Pers.) --guest of the king; guest of the shah; guest of the mighty one; withdrawn from the temple.
A name given to Mishael, one of Daniel's three companions, by the prince of the eunuchs, in Babylon. Meshach was one of the three who were saved out of the fiery furnace (Dan. 1:7; 2:49; 3:12-30). Meta. Love. Love is the guest of the mighty one that we all seek to entertain continuously throughout our being--the never failing love of God. Love is the attracting power of the universe; it is that which draws to us all good; it is irresistible.
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