What does "Beulah Land" refer to in the Bible?


The Biblical reference to "Beulah Land" is used as symbolism for Israel. Once a desolate and barren land, the Lord commanded future prosperity of Israel by naming the land Beulah.

The name Beulah means "to be married." Isaiah 62:4 tells of the union between the Israeli people and their land. In a place that was forsaken and void of life, the Lord delighted in the marriage of the people with the land. With a promised future in sight for the people of Beulah Land, the land and the people became fertile once again. The Lord's blessing fully restored Israel and for that reason, it is called Beulah Land.

Q&A Related to "What does "Beulah Land" refer to in the Bible?"
Beulah Land is a reference to Palestine in both the post-Babylonian and Millenial times.
Beulah is the land of Israel in the Bible and Hepzivah was a queen and the mother of Manasseh in the Old Testament. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 03:
It is mentioned in Isaiah and I think it is talking about Jerusalem. But you shall be called Hephzibah and your land Beulah, For the Lord delights in you, and your land shall be married
Beulah Land is a prophetic figurative expression describing Israel when it is restored to God's
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