firm. (1.) The fourth son of Simeon (Gen. 46:10), called also Jarib (1 Chr. 4:24). (2.) The head of one of the courses (the twenty-first) of priests (1 Chr. 24:17). (3.) One of the priests who returned from the Exile (1 Chr. 9:10).
Some suppose that the words imply "He will establish" (jachin) "in strength" (Boaz).
The twin pillars jachin and Boaz bear witness to this truth.
Solomon erected two pillars in the porch of his temple, and called them jachin and Boaz, and added pomegranate ornaments.
The pillars were, for unknown reasons, called jachin and Boaz.
He had enjoyed a thoroughly satisfactory interview with jachin Fell.
Another man might have seemed irritated by the wait, but jachin Fell was quite unruffled.
Boaz and jachin, two pillars of brass at the entrance of Solomon's Temple, signifying respectively strength and stability.
It is to be hoped that few clerks resembled poor lost jachin.
The two pillars placed before46 the temple, called jachin and Boaz, are probably connected with the Mazzebah.
Thus the word "jachin" resolves itself into the words "one only," the all-embracing Unity.