Metaphysical meaning of Mica (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Mica (mbd)
Mica (A.V., Micha), ml'-cå (Heb.)--who is like Jehovah?; who can assimilate Jah ?

a Son of Mephibosheth, who was Jonathan's son (II Sam. 9:12). b One who joined Nehemiah in sealing the covenant (Neh. 10:11). c A Levite who is mentioned in Nehemiah 11:17, 22.

Meta. Thoughts in the high, true consciousness of man and among his natural religious tendencies (Israelites, and one a Levite) that have awakened to a perception of the magnitude and perfection, the love, greatness, and glory, of the Christ, of man's true, spiritual I AM, or Jehovah (who is like Jehovah? who can assimilate Jah?). When these revelations come to the human mind and soul, they cause man to seem very lowly and humble in his own eyes, since they expose the falsity of the personal that has hitherto been intent upon exalting itself. When one sees that the righteousness and glory of the outer personal self, apart from the true knowledge of God, are "as a polluted garment" (Isa. 64:6), one can then see the necessity of putting on Christ.

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