Metaphysical meaning of Ramiah (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Ramiah (mbd)
Ramiah, rå-ml'-ah (Heb.)--Jehovah is high; exalted by Jehovah; Jehovah exalts; Jah raises up on high.

Son of Parosh, one who had taken a foreign wife during the Babylonian captivity (Ezra 10:25).

Meta. A thought activity in the higher religious ideals of man (Israelites) that exalts the Christ in consciousness (Jehovah is high), and is in turn lifted to a high plane of light and Truth (exalted by Jehovah). "And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto myself," said the Christ in Jesus. The rendering of this text as given in the Emphatic Diaglott is, "And I, if I be raised on high from the EARTH, will draw All to myself.” Even so, if one exalts the Christ --one's true, spiritual I AM--in one's life and keeps the mind's eye centered on seeing the Son in oneself and in all people, all of one's thoughts and all that is in one will be raised to spiritual expression and manifestation.

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Preceding Entry: Rameses
Following Entry: Ramoth-gilead