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Metaphysical meaning of Tahrea (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Tahrea (mbd)
Tahrea, täh-re'-å (Heb.)--quick; fleet; flight; adroitness; adroit; crafty; cunning.

Son of Micah, who was a grandson of Jonathan son of Saul (I Chron. 9:41). He is called Tarea in I Chronicles 8:35.

Meta. The quickness of movement in consciousness, and very great skill, perception, and judgment, of spiritual faith (quick, fleet, adroit, cunning, a Benjamite). To the extent that this thought belongs to the outer consciousness and partakes of guile (crafty, cunning), its results will be unsatisfactory and inharmonious.

Preceding Entry: Tahpanhes
Following Entry: Tahtim-hodshi