Metaphysical meaning of Jerusha (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Jerusha (mbd)
Jerusha, je-ru.'-shå (Heb.)--taking; seizing; possessing; possession; inheritance; heredity.

Daughter of Zadok, also wife of Uzziah and mother of Jotham, kings of Judah (II Kings 15:33). She is called Jerushah in II Chronicles 27:1.

Meta. Man's possession by inheritance, his hereditary possession, is the soul, the whole consciousness, at one with the Christ mind and constantly open to ideas from the one Mind. The thought of taking, seizing, possessing, shows that man has work to do in order to enter into conscious oneness with Spirit, his divine inheritance. Thus Jerusha is a fitting daughter of Zadok, meaning righteous, and wife of Uzziah king of Judah, signifying divine strength, and mother of Jotham king of Judah, meaning whom Jah makes perfect.

Preceding Entry: Jerusalem
Following Entry: Jeshaiah

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