Hephzibah

Hephzibah or Hepzibah ( or ; ) is a figure in the Books of Kings in the Bible.wikipedia
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She was the wife of Hezekiah, King of Judah (reigned c. 715 and 686 BCE), and the mother of Manasseh of Judah (reigned c. 687–643 BCE).
He was the oldest of the sons of Hezekiah and his wife Hephzibah.

Hezekiah

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She was the wife of Hezekiah, King of Judah (reigned c. 715 and 686 BCE), and the mother of Manasseh of Judah (reigned c. 687–643 BCE).

Books of Kings

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Hephzibah or Hepzibah ( or ; ) is a figure in the Books of Kings in the Bible.

Kings of Judah

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She was the wife of Hezekiah, King of Judah (reigned c. 715 and 686 BCE), and the mother of Manasseh of Judah (reigned c. 687–643 BCE).

Isaiah

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According to rabbinic literature Isaiah was the maternal grandfather of Manasseh.

Zion

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Hephzibah is also a symbolic name for Zion once it has been restored to the favor of Yahweh in.

Yahweh

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Hephzibah is also a symbolic name for Zion once it has been restored to the favor of Yahweh in.

Hephzibah (disambiguation)

Hephzibah or Hepzibah is a figure in the Second Book of Kings in the Bible.

Jewish name

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A distinctive characteristic of Bible onomastics is the frequency of composite names, which form at times even complete sentences, as in the case of Isaiah's son Shear-jashub ("the remnant shall return") and Hephzibah ("my pleasure is in her").

Silas Marner

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Silas keeps the child and names her Eppie, after his deceased mother and sister, both named Hephzibah.

Apocalypse of Zerubbabel

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The Zohar is cognizant of the legend of Hephzibah whom the apocalypse first names as the mother of the Davidic Messiah.