Have you ever heard the song Beulahland and wondered what the heck a beulah is? Of course we're not talking about a rock band or a town in Whyoming (but there is a beulah in both). No, if you saw the video you'd surmise that the song is about Israel. The word beulah is used in Isaiah 62:4 where God Promises that rather than being called desolate or forsaken, she would be called beulah, meaning married. The Aplified adds, "The Amplified adds," (owned and protected by the Lord)"
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