Metaphysical meaning of Michael (mbd)
Michael, mi'-chå-el (Heb.)--who is like unto God?; who is like God; who is assimilated of God; Godlike; who is like expanding power.
a "The archangel" (Jude 9), or "one of the chief princes" who came to help Daniel (Dan. 10:13). He is mentioned in Revelation 12:7 as the leader of the heavenly army that wars against the dragon. b There are several Israelites by this name mentioned in the Bible, too (Num. 13:13; I Chron. 5:13; 6:40; 7:3; 8:16; 12:20; 27:18).
Meta. Divine inspiration, and a realization of the all-conquering power of God; also a Godlike or perfect state of being.
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