Metaphysical meaning of Oded (mbd)
Oded, o'-ded (Heb.)--turning back; returning; repeating; continuing without interruption; enduring; surrounding; aiding; sustaining; affirming; exhorting; setting up again; erecting; restoring to a former state.
a Father of Azariah, who was a prophet in the reign of Asa, king of Judah (II Chron. 15:1). The 8th verse of this chapter reads as if Oded himself were the prophet, but this is believed to be a mistranslation. b Another Oded was a prophet of Jehovah in the kingdom of Israel (II Chron. 28:9).
Meta. Continuously active, constructive, restoring, renewing, and sustaining thoughts in the higher phase of consciousness in the individual (continuing without interruption, aiding, sustaining, enduring, affirming, erecting, restoring to a former state, a prophet of Israel, and the father of a prophet of Judah). Oded could also be said to symbolize the waking of the Spirit of God in man and the universe, which will never cease until man returns fully to his original oneness with God, and all is perfect, complete.