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Metaphysical meaning of Ziha (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Ziha (mbd)
Ziha, zi'–ha (Heb.)--dazzling white; brightness; bright; sunny; clear; plain; manifest; serene; warm; dry; clear heat; dried; thirsty; drought.

a The "children" of Ziha were among the Nethinim who returned with Zerubbabel from the Babylonian captivity (Ezra 2 :43). b An overseer of the Nethinim who dwelt in Ophel (Neh. 11:21).

Meta. Serving thoughts in consciousness (men who were of the Nethinim, or bond servants in the Temple) that are pure and radiant (dazzling white, brightness) and that desire greatly, but have not as yet appropriated as their own, the real joy, energy, substance, and soul satisfaction that are the result of one's realizing one's spiritual sonship (thirsty).

It is only by knowing oneself to be the son of God, and therefore the rightful heir to all that the Father is and has, that one becomes free from bondage of every kind and realizes abundance of every good.

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