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Metaphysical meaning of Micah (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Micah (mbd)
Micah (in A.V., I Chronicles 24:24, Michah), mi'-cah (Heb.)--who is like unto Jehovah?; who can assimilate Jah?

a A man of the hill country of Ephraim, who made a graven image, a molten image, an ephod, and a teraphim; he kept these in his house and had a Levite for his priest. This was in a time when "there was no king in Israel," but "every man did that which was right in his own eyes" (Judg. 17; 18). b The prophet Micah, the Morashtite, who lived in the days of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah (Mic. 1:1). c There were other men by this name (I Chron. 5:5; 8:34; 24:24; II Chron. 34:20).

Meta. The individual's awakening to the truth of his real being, to the fact that in his real, true self he is spiritual, was made in the image and likeness of God, and is endowed with all the possibilities that can be attained through the use of his spiritual powers: life, love, wisdom, intelligence, faith, strength, power, substance, all that is contained in the Son, the Christ, Jehovah, I AM (who is like unto Jehovah?). This makes the individual both a prophet of God and a priest of God.

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