Beulah

Beu'lah (Heb. Beulah', בּעוּלָה, married; Sept. paraphrases οἰκουμένη) occurs in Isa 62:4, metaphorically of Judaea, as of a land desolated, but again filled with inhabitants, when "the land shall be married (תִּבָּעֵל)," referring to the return from Babylon; or it may be applied to the Jewish Church to denote the intimacy of its relation to God.

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See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

 
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