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2 Kings  

  

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2 Kings 1:  

Chapter 1:18 Verses  

12 2 Kings  

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12-1:1      And Moab transgresseth against Israel after the death of Ahab,  

12-1:2      and Ahaziah falleth through the lattice in his upper chamber that is in Samaria, and is sick, and sendeth messengers, and saith unto them, `Go ye, inquire of Baal-Zebub god of Ekron if I recover from this sickness.'  

12-1:3      And a messenger of Jehovah hath spoken unto Elijah the Tishbite, `Rise, go up to meet the messengers of the king of Samaria, and speak unto them, Is it because there is not a God in Israel--ye are going to inquire of Baal Zebub god of Ekron?  

12-1:4      and therefore, thus said Jehovah, The bed whither thou hast gone up, thou dost not come down from it, for thou dost certainly die;' and Elijah goeth on.  

12-1:5      And the messengers turn back unto him, and he saith unto them, `What is this--ye have turned back!'  

12-1:6      And they say unto him, `A man hath come up to meet us, and saith unto us, Go, turn back unto the king who sent you, and ye have said unto him, Thus said Jehovah, Is it because there is not a God in Israel--thou art sending to inquire of Baal-Zebub god of Ekron? therefore, the bed whither thou hast gone up, thou dost not come down from it, for thou dost certainly die.'  

12-1:7      And he saith unto them, `What is the fashion of the man who hath come up to meet you, and speaketh unto you these words?'  

12-1:8      And they say unto him, `A man--hairy, and a girdle of skin girt about his loins;' and he saith, `He is Elijah the Tishbite.'  

12-1:9      And he sendeth unto him a head of fifty and his fifty, and he goeth up unto him (and lo, he is sitting on the top of the hill), and he speaketh unto him, `O man of God, the king hath spoken, Come down.'  

12-1:10     And Elijah answereth and speaketh unto the head of the fifty, `And if I am a man of God, fire doth come down from the heavens, and consume thee and thy fifty;' and fire cometh down from the heavens, and consumeth him and his fifty.  

12-1:11     And he turneth and sendeth unto him another head of fifty and his fifty, and he answereth and speaketh unto him, `O man of God, thus said the king, Haste, come down.'  

12-1:12     And Elijah answereth and speaketh unto them, `If I am a man of God, fire doth come down from the heavens, and consume thee and thy fifty;' and fire of God cometh down from the heavens, and consumeth him and his fifty.  

12-1:13     And he turneth and sendeth a third head of fifty and his fifty, and the third head of fifty goeth up, and cometh in, and boweth on his knees over-against Elijah, and maketh supplication unto him, and speaketh unto him, `O man of God, let be precious, I pray thee, my soul and the soul of thy servants--these fifty--in thine eyes.  

12-1:14     Lo, come down hath fire from the heavens, and consumeth the two heads of the former fifties and their fifties; and, now, let my soul be precious in thine eyes.'  

12-1:15     And a messenger of Jehovah speaketh unto Elijah, `Go down with him, be not afraid of him;' and he riseth and goeth down with him unto the king,  

12-1:16     and speaketh unto him, `Thus said Jehovah, Because that thou hast sent messengers to inquire of Baal-Zebub god of Ekron--is it because there is not a God in Israel to inquire of His word? therefore, the bed whither thou hast gone up--thou dost not come down from it, for thou dost certainly die.'  

12-1:17     And he dieth, according to the word of Jehovah that Elijah spake, and Jehoram reigneth in his stead, in the second year of Jehoram son of Jehoshaphat king of Judah, for he had no son.  

12-1:18     And the rest of the matters of Ahaziah that he did, are they not written on the book of the Chronicles of the kings of Israel?  

 

 

 

 

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2 Kings 2:  

Chapter 2:25 Verses  

12 2 Kings  

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12-2:1      And it cometh to pass, at Jehovah's taking up Elijah in a whirlwind to the heavens, that Elijah goeth, and Elisha, from Gilgal,  

12-2:2      and Elijah saith unto Elisha, `Abide, I pray thee, here, for Jehovah hath sent me unto Beth-El;' and Elisha saith, `Jehovah liveth, and thy soul liveth, if I leave thee;' and they go down to Beth-El.  

12-2:3      And sons of the prophets who are in Beth-El come out unto Elisha, and say unto him, `Hast thou known that to-day Jehovah is taking thy lord from thy head?' and he saith, `I also have known--keep silent.'  

12-2:4      And Elijah saith to him, `Elisha, abide, I pray thee, here, for Jehovah hath sent me to Jericho;' and he saith, `Jehovah liveth, and thy soul liveth, if I leave thee;' and they come in to Jericho.  

12-2:5      And sons of the prophets who are in Jericho come nigh unto Elisha, and say unto him, `Hast thou known that to-day Jehovah is taking thy lord from thy head?' and he saith, `I also have known--keep silent.'  

12-2:6      And Elijah saith to him, `Abide, I pray thee, here, for Jehovah hath sent me to the Jordan;' and he saith, `Jehovah liveth, and thy soul liveth, if I leave thee;' and they go on both of them,  

12-2:7      --and fifty men of the sons of the prophets have gone on, and stand over-against afar off--and both of them have stood by the Jordan.  

12-2:8      And Elijah taketh his robe, and wrappeth it together, and smiteth the waters, and they are halved, hither and thither, and they pass over both of them on dry land.  

12-2:9      And it cometh to pass, at their passing over, that Elijah hath said unto Elisha, `Ask, what do I do for thee before I am taken from thee?' and Elisha saith, `Then let there be, I pray thee, a double portion of thy spirit unto me;'  

12-2:10     and he saith, `Thou hast asked a hard thing; if thou dost see me taken from thee, it is to thee so; and if not, it is not.'  

12-2:11     And it cometh to pass, they are going, going on and speaking, and lo, a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, and they separate between them both, and Elijah goeth up in a whirlwind, to the heavens.  

12-2:12     And Elisha is seeing, and he is crying, `My father, my father, the chariot of Israel, and its horsemen;' and he hath not seen him again; and he taketh hold on his garments, and rendeth them into two pieces.  

12-2:13     And he taketh up the robe of Elijah, that fell from off him, and turneth back and standeth on the edge of the Jordan,  

12-2:14     and he taketh the robe of Elijah that fell from off him, and smiteth the waters, and saith, `Where is Jehovah, God of Elijah--even He?' and he smiteth the waters, and they are halved, hither and thither, and Elisha passeth over.  

12-2:15     And they see him--the sons of the prophets who are in Jericho--over-against, and they say, `Rested hath the spirit of Elijah on Elisha;' and they come to meet him, and bow themselves to him to the earth,  

12-2:16     and say unto him, `Lo, we pray thee, there are with thy servants fifty men, sons of valour: let them go, we pray thee, and they seek thy lord, lest the Spirit of Jehovah hath taken him up, and doth cast him on one of the hills, or into one of the valleys;' and he saith, `Ye do not send.'  

12-2:17     And they press upon him, till he is ashamed, and he saith, `Send ye;' and they send fifty men, and they seek three days, and have not found him;  

12-2:18     and they turn back unto him--and he is abiding in Jericho--and he saith unto them, `Did I not say unto you, Do not go?'  

12-2:19     And the men of the city say unto Elisha, `Lo, we pray thee, the site of the city is good, as my lord seeth, and the waters are bad, and the earth sterile.'  

12-2:20     And he saith, `Bring to me a new dish, and place there salt;' and they bring it unto him,  

12-2:21     and he goeth out unto the source of the waters, and casteth there salt, and saith, `Thus said Jehovah, I have given healing to these waters; there is not thence any more death and sterility.'  

12-2:22     And the waters are healed unto this day, according to the word of Elisha, that he spake.  

12-2:23     And he goeth up thence to Beth-El, and he is going up in the way, and little youths have come out from the city, and scoff at him, and say to him, `Go up, bald-head! go up, bald-head!'  

12-2:24     And he looketh behind him, and seeth them, and declareth them vile in the name of Jehovah, and two bears come out of the forest, and rend of them forty and two lads.  

12-2:25     And he goeth thence unto the hill of Carmel, and thence he hath turned back to Samaria.  

 

 

 

 

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2 Kings 3:  

Chapter 3:27 Verses  

12 2 Kings  

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12-3:1      And Jehoram son of Ahab hath reigned over Israel, in Samaria, in the eighteenth year of Jehoshaphat king of Judah, and he reigneth twelve years,  

12-3:2      and doth the evil thing in the eyes of Jehovah, only not like his father, and like his mother, and he turneth aside the standing-pillar of Baal that his father made;  

12-3:3      only to the sins of Jeroboam son of Nebat that he caused Israel to sin he hath cleaved, he hath not turned aside from it.  

12-3:4      And Mesha king of Moab was a sheep-master, and he rendered to the king of Israel a hundred thousand lambs, and a hundred thousand rams, with wool,  

12-3:5      and it cometh to pass at the death of Ahab, that the king of Moab transgresseth against the king of Israel.  

12-3:6      And king Jehoram goeth out in that day from Samaria, and inspecteth all Israel,  

12-3:7      and goeth and sendeth unto Jehoshaphat king of Judah, saying, `The king of Moab hath transgressed against me; dost thou go with me unto Moab for battle?' and he saith, `I go up, as I, so thou; as my people, so thy people; as my horses, so thy horses.  

12-3:8      And he saith, `Where is this--the way we go up?' and he saith, `The way of the wilderness of Edom.'  

12-3:9      And the king of Israel goeth, and the king of Judah, and the king of Edom, and they turn round the way seven days, and there hath been no water for the camp, and for the cattle that are at their feet,  

12-3:10     and the king of Israel saith, `Alas, for Jehovah hath called for these three kings, to give them into the hand of Moab.'  

12-3:11     And Jehoshaphat saith, `Is there not here a prophet of Jehovah, and we seek Jehovah by him?' And one of the servants of the king of Israel answereth and saith, `Here is Elisha son of Shaphat, who poured water on the hands of Elijah.'  

12-3:12     And Jehoshaphat saith, `The word of Jehovah is with him;' and go down unto him do the king of Israel, and Jehoshaphat, and the king of Edom.  

12-3:13     And Elisha saith unto the king of Israel, `What--to me and to thee? go unto the prophets of thy father, and unto the prophets of thy mother;' and the king of Israel saith to him, `Nay, for Jehovah hath called for these three kings to give them into the hand of Moab.'  

12-3:14     And Elisha saith, `Jehovah of Hosts liveth, before whom I have stood; for unless the face of Jehoshaphat king of Judah I am lifting up, I do not look unto thee, nor see thee;  

12-3:15     and now, bring to me a minstrel; and it hath been, at the playing of the minstrel, that the hand of Jehovah is on him,  

12-3:16     and he saith, `Thus said Jehovah, Make this valley ditches--ditches;  

12-3:17     for thus said Jehovah, Ye do not see wind, nor do ye see rain, and that valley is full of water, and ye have drunk--ye, and your cattle, and your beasts.  

12-3:18     `And this hath been light in the eyes of Jehovah, and he hath given Moab into your hand,  

12-3:19     and ye have smitten every fenced city, and every choice city, and every good tree ye cause to fall, and all fountains of waters ye stop, and every good portion ye mar with stones.'  

12-3:20     And it cometh to pass in the morning, at the ascending of the morning -present, that lo, waters are coming in from the way of Edom, and the land is filled with the waters,  

12-3:21     and all Moab have heard that the kings have come up to fight against them, and they are called together, from every one girding on a girdle and upward, and they stand by the border.  

12-3:22     And they rise early in the morning, and the sun hath shone on the waters, and the Moabites see, from over-against, the waters red as blood,  

12-3:23     and say, `Blood this is ; the kings have been surely destroyed, and they smite each his neighbour; and now for spoil, Moab!'  

12-3:24     And they come in unto the camp of Israel, and the Israelites rise, and smite the Moabites, and they flee from their face; and they enter into Moab, so as to smite Moab,  

12-3:25     and the cities they break down, and on every good portion they cast each his stone, and have filled it, and every fountain of water they stop, and every good tree they cause to fall--till one had left its stones in Kir-Haraseth, and the slingers go round and smite it.  

12-3:26     And the king of Moab seeth that the battle has been too strong for him, and he taketh with him seven hundred men, drawing sword, to cleave through unto the king of Edom, and they have not been able,  

12-3:27     and he taketh his son, the first-born who reigneth in his stead, and causeth him to ascend--a burnt-offering on the wall, and there is great wrath against Israel, and they journey from off him, and turn back to the land.  

 

 

 

 

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2 Kings 4:  

Chapter 4:44 Verses  

12 2 Kings  

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12-4:1      And a certain woman of the wives of the sons of the prophets hath cried unto Elisha, saying, `Thy servant, my husband, is dead, and thou hast known that thy servant was fearing Jehovah, and the lender hath come to take my two children to him for servants.'  

12-4:2      And Elisha saith unto her, `What do I do for thee? declare to me, what hast thou in the house?' and she saith, `Thy maid-servant hath nothing in the house except a pot of oil.'  

12-4:3      And he saith, `Go, ask for thee vessels from without, from all thy neighbours--empty vessels--let them not be few;  

12-4:4      and thou hast entered, and shut the door upon thee, and upon thy sons, and hast poured out into all these vessels, and the full ones thou dost remove.'  

12-4:5      And she goeth from him, and shutteth the door upon her, and upon her sons; they are bringing nigh unto her, and she is pouring out,  

12-4:6      and it cometh to pass, at the filling of the vessels, that she saith unto her son, `Bring nigh unto me a vessel more,' and he saith unto her, `There is not a vessel more;' and the oil stayeth.  

12-4:7      And she cometh and declareth to the man of God, and he saith, `Go, sell the oil, and repay thy loan; and thou and thy sons do live of the rest.'  

12-4:8      And the day cometh that Elisha passeth over unto Shunem, and there is a great woman, and she layeth hold on him to eat bread, and it cometh to pass, at the time of his passing over, he turneth aside thither to eat bread,  

12-4:9      and she saith unto her husband, `Lo, I pray thee, I have known that a holy man of God he is, passing over by us continually;  

12-4:10     let us make, I pray thee, a little upper chamber of the wall, and we set for him there a bed, and a table, and a high seat, and a candlestick; and it hath been, in his coming in unto us, he doth turn aside thither.'  

12-4:11     And the day cometh, that he cometh in thither, and turneth aside unto the upper chamber, and lieth there,  

12-4:12     and he saith unto Gehazi his young man, `Call for this Shunammite;' and he calleth for her, and she standeth before him.  

12-4:13     And he saith to him, `Say, I pray thee, unto her, Lo, thou hast troubled thyself concerning us with all this trouble; what--to do for thee? is it to speak for thee unto the king, or unto the head of the host?' and she saith, `In the midst of my people I am dwelling.'  

12-4:14     And he saith, `And what--to do for her?' and Gehazi saith, `Verily she hath no son, and her husband is aged.'  

12-4:15     And he saith, `Call for her;' and he calleth for her, and she standeth at the opening,  

12-4:16     and he saith, `At this season, according to the time of life, thou art embracing a son;' and she saith, `Nay, my lord, O man of God, do not lie unto thy maid-servant.'  

12-4:17     And the woman conceiveth and beareth a son, at this season, according to the time of life, that Elisha spake of unto her.  

12-4:18     And the lad groweth, and the day cometh that he goeth out unto his father, unto the reapers,  

12-4:19     and he saith unto his father, `My head, my head;' and he saith unto the young man, `Bear him unto his mother;'  

12-4:20     and he beareth him, and bringeth him in unto his mother, and he sitteth on her knees till the noon, and dieth.  

12-4:21     And she goeth up, and layeth him on the bed of the man of God, and shutteth the door upon him, and goeth out,  

12-4:22     and calleth unto her husband, and saith, `Send, I pray thee, to me, one of the young men, and one of the asses, and I run unto the man of God, and return.'  

12-4:23     And he saith, `Wherefore art thou going unto him to-day? --neither new moon nor sabbath!' and she saith, `Peace to thee !'  

12-4:24     And she saddleth the ass, and saith unto her young man, `Lead, and go, do not restrain riding for me, except I have said so to thee.'  

12-4:25     And she goeth, and cometh in unto the man of God, unto the hill of Carmel, and it cometh to pass, at the man of God's seeing her from over-against, that he saith unto Gehazi his young man, `Lo, this Shunammite;  

12-4:26     now, run, I pray thee, to meet her, and say to her, Is there peace to thee? is there peace to thy husband? is there peace to the lad?' and she saith, `Peace.'  

12-4:27     And she cometh in unto the man of God, unto the hill, and layeth hold on his feet, and Gehazi cometh nigh to thrust her away, and the man of God saith, `Let her alone, for her soul is bitter to her, and Jehovah hath hidden it from me, and hath not declared it to me.'  

12-4:28     And she saith, `Did I ask a son from my lord? did I not say, Do not deceive me?'  

12-4:29     And he saith to Gehazi, `Gird up thy loins, and take my staff in thy hand, and go; when thou dost meet a man, thou dost not salute him; and when a man doth salute thee, thou dost not answer him; and thou hast laid my staff on the face of the youth.'  

12-4:30     And the mother of the youth saith, `Jehovah liveth, and thy soul liveth--if I leave thee;' and he riseth and goeth after her.  

12-4:31     And Gehazi hath passed on before them, and layeth the staff on the face of the youth, and there is no voice, and there is no attention, and he turneth back to meet him, and declareth to him, saying, `The youth hath not awaked.'  

12-4:32     And Elisha cometh in to the house, and lo, the youth is dead, laid on his bed,  

12-4:33     and he goeth in and shutteth the door upon them both, and prayeth unto Jehovah.  

12-4:34     And he goeth up, and lieth down on the lad, and putteth his mouth on his mouth, and his eyes on his eyes, and his hands on his hands, and stretcheth himself upon him, and the flesh of the lad becometh warm;  

12-4:35     and he turneth back and walketh in the house, once hither and once thither, and goeth up and stretcheth himself upon him, and the youth sneezeth till seven times, and the youth openeth his eyes.  

12-4:36     And he calleth unto Gehazi, and saith, `Call unto this Shunammite;' and he calleth her, and she cometh in unto him, and he saith, `Lift up thy son.'  

12-4:37     And she goeth in, and falleth at his feet, and boweth herself to the earth, and lifteth up her son, and goeth out.  

12-4:38     And Elisha hath turned back to Gilgal, and the famine is in the land, and the sons of the prophets are sitting before him, and he saith to his young man, `Set on the great pot, and boil pottage for the sons of the prophets.'  

12-4:39     And one goeth out unto the field to gather herbs, and findeth a vine of the field, and gathereth of it gourds of the field--the fulness of his garment--and cometh in and splitteth them into the pot of pottage, for they knew them not;  

12-4:40     and they pour out for the men to eat, and it cometh to pass at their eating of the pottage, that they have cried out, and say, `Death is in the pot, O man of God!' and they have not been able to eat.  

12-4:41     And he saith, `Then bring ye meal;' and he casteth into the pot, and saith, `Pour out for the people, and they eat;' and there was no evil thing in the pot.  

12-4:42     And a man hath come from Baal-Shalishah, and bringeth in to the man of God bread of first-fruits, twenty loaves of barley, and full ears of corn in its husk, and he saith, `Give to the people, and they eat.'  

12-4:43     And his minister saith, `What--do I give this before a hundred men?' and he saith, `Give to the people, and they eat, for thus said Jehovah, Eat and leave;'  

12-4:44     and he giveth before them, and they eat and leave, according to the word of Jehovah.  

 

 

 

 

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2 Kings 5:  

Chapter 5:27 Verses  

12 2 Kings  

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12-5:1      And Naaman, head of the host of the king of Aram, was a great man before his lord, and accepted of face, for by him had Jehovah given salvation to Aram, and the man was mighty in valour--leprous.  

12-5:2      And the Aramaeans have gone out by troops, and they take captive out of the land of Israel a little damsel, and she is before the wife of Naaman,  

12-5:3      and she saith unto her mistress, `O that my lord were before the prophet who is in Samaria; then he doth recover him from his leprosy.'  

12-5:4      And one goeth in and declareth to his lord, saying, `Thus and thus she hath spoken, the damsel who is from the land of Israel.'  

12-5:5      And the king of Aram saith, `Go thou, enter, and I send a letter unto the king of Israel;' and he goeth and taketh in his hand ten talents of silver, and six thousand pieces of gold, and ten changes of garments.  

12-5:6      And he bringeth in the letter unto the king of Israel, saying, `And now, at the coming in of this letter unto thee, lo, I have sent unto thee Naaman my servant, and thou hast recovered him from his leprosy.'  

12-5:7      And it cometh to pass, at the king of Israel's reading the letter, that he rendeth his garments, and saith, `Am I God, to put to death and to keep alive, that this one is sending unto me to recover a man from his leprosy? for surely know, I pray you, and see, for he is presenting himself to me.'  

12-5:8      And it cometh to pass, at Elisha the man of God's hearing that the king of Israel hath rent his garments, that he sendeth unto the king, saying, `Why hast thou rent thy garments? let him come, I pray thee, unto me, and he doth know that there is a prophet in Israel.'  

12-5:9      And Naaman cometh, with his horses and with his chariot, and standeth at the opening of the house for Elisha;  

12-5:10     and Elisha sendeth unto him a messenger, saying, `Go, and thou hast washed seven times in Jordan, and thy flesh doth turn back to thee--and be thou clean.  

12-5:11     And Naaman is wroth, and goeth on, and saith, `Lo, I said, Unto me he doth certainly come out, and hath stood and called in the name of Jehovah his God, and waved his hand over the place, and recovered the leper.  

12-5:12     Are not Abana and Pharpar, rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel? do I not wash in them and I have been clean?' and he turneth and goeth on in fury.  

12-5:13     And his servants come nigh, and speak unto him, and say, `My father, a great thing had the prophet spoken unto thee--dost thou not do it ? and surely, when he hath said unto thee, Wash, and be clean.'  

12-5:14     And he goeth down and dippeth in Jordan seven times, according to the word of the man of God, and his flesh doth turn back as the flesh of a little youth, and is clean.  

12-5:15     And he turneth back unto the man of God, he and all his camp, and cometh in, and standeth before him, and saith, `Lo, I pray thee, I have known that there is not a God in all the earth except in Israel; and now, take, I pray thee, a blessing from thy servant.'  

12-5:16     And he saith, `Jehovah liveth, before whom I have stood--if I take it ;' and he presseth on him to take, and he refuseth.  

12-5:17     And Naaman saith, `If not--let be given, I pray thee, to thy servant, a couple of mules' burden of earth, for thy servant doth make no more burnt-offering and sacrifice to other gods, but to Jehovah.  

12-5:18     For this thing Jehovah be propitious to thy servant, in the coming in of my lord into the house of Rimmon to bow himself there, and he was supported by my hand, and I bowed myself in the house of Rimmon; for my bowing myself in the house of Rimmon Jehovah be propitious, I pray thee, to thy servant in this thing.'  

12-5:19     And he saith to him, `Go in peace.' And he goeth from him a kibrath of land,  

12-5:20     And Gehazi, servant of Elisha the man of God, saith, `Lo, my lord hath spared Naaman this Aramaean, not to receive from his hand that which he brought; Jehovah liveth; surely if I have run after him, then I have taken from him something.'  

12-5:21     And Gehazi pursueth after Naaman, and Naaman seeth one running after him, and alighteth from off the chariot to meet him, and saith, `Is there peace?'  

12-5:22     And he saith, `Peace; my lord hath sent me, saying, Lo, now, this, come unto me have two young men from the hill-country of Ephraim, of the sons of the prophets; give, I pray thee, to them, a talent of silver, and two changes of garments.'  

12-5:23     And Naaman saith, `Be pleased, take two talents;' and he urgeth on him, and bindeth two talents of silver in two purses, and two changes of garments, and giveth unto two of his young men, and they bear before him;  

12-5:24     and he cometh in unto the high place, and taketh out of their hand, and layeth up in the house, and sendeth away the men, and they go.  

12-5:25     And he hath come in, and doth stand by his lord, and Elisha saith unto him, `Whence--Gehazi?' and he saith, `Thy servant went not hither or thither.'  

12-5:26     And he saith unto him, `My heart went not when the man turned from off his chariot to meet thee; is it a time to take silver, and to take garments, and olives, and vines, and flock, and herd, and men-servants, and maid-servants?  

12-5:27     yea, the leprosy of Naaman doth cleave to thee, and to thy seed, --to the age;' and he goeth out from before him--leprous as snow.  

 

 

 

 

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2 Kings 6:  

Chapter 6:33 Verses  

12 2 Kings  

(Young’s L.T. ) .  

12-6:1      And sons of the prophet say unto Elisha, `Lo, we pray thee, the place where we are dwelling before thee is too strait for us;  

12-6:2      let us go, we pray thee, unto the Jordan, and we take thence each one beam, and we make for ourselves there a place to dwell there;' and he saith, `Go.'  

12-6:3      And the one saith, `Be pleased, I pray thee, and go with thy servants;' and he saith, `I--I go.'  

12-6:4      And he goeth with them, and they come in to the Jordan, and cut down the trees,  

12-6:5      and it cometh to pass, the one is felling the beam, and the iron hath fallen into the water, and he crieth and saith, `Alas! my lord, and it asked!'  

12-6:6      And the man of God saith, `Whither hath it fallen?' and he sheweth him the place, and he cutteth a stick, and casteth thither, and causeth the iron to swim,  

12-6:7      and saith, `Raise to thee;' and he putteth forth his hand and taketh it.  

12-6:8      And the king of Aram hath been fighting against Israel, and taketh counsel with his servants, saying, `At such and such a place is my encamping.'  

12-6:9      And the man of God sendeth unto the king of Israel, saying, `Take heed of passing by this place, for thither are the Aramaeans coming down;  

12-6:10     and the king of Israel sendeth unto the place of which the man of God spake to him, and warned him, and he is preserved there not once nor twice.  

12-6:11     And the heart of the king of Aram is tossed about concerning this thing, and he calleth unto his servants, and saith unto them, `Do ye not declare to me who of us is for the king of Israel?'  

12-6:12     And one of his servants saith, `Nay, my lord, O king, for Elisha the prophet, who is in Israel, declareth to the king of Israel the words that thou speakest in the inner part of thy bed-chamber.'  

12-6:13     And he saith, `Go ye and see where he is , and I send and take him;' and it is declared to him, saying, `Lo--in Dothan.'  

12-6:14     And he sendeth thither horses and chariot, and a heavy force, and they come in by night, and go round against the city.  

12-6:15     And the servant of the man of God riseth early, and goeth out, and lo, a force is surrounding the city, and horse and chariot, and his young man saith unto him, `Alas! my lord, how do we do?'  

12-6:16     And he saith, `Fear not, for more are they who are with us than they who are with them.'  

12-6:17     And Elisha prayeth, and saith, `Jehovah, open, I pray Thee, his eyes, and he doth see;' and Jehovah openeth the eyes of the young man, and he seeth, and lo, the hill is full of horses and chariots of fire, round about Elisha.  

12-6:18     And they come down unto it, and Elisha prayeth unto Jehovah, and saith, `Smite, I pray Thee, this nation with blindness;' and He smiteth them with blindness, according to the word of Elisha.  

12-6:19     And Elisha saith unto them, `This is not the way, nor is this the city; come after me, and I lead you unto the man whom ye seek;' and he leadeth them to Samaria.  

12-6:20     And it cometh to pass, at their coming in to Samaria, that Elisha saith, `Jehovah, open the eyes of these, and they see;' and Jehovah openeth their eyes, and they see, and lo, in the midst of Samaria!  

12-6:21     And the king of Israel saith unto Elisha, at his seeing them, `Do I smite--do I smite--my father?'  

12-6:22     And he saith, `Thou dost not smite; those whom thou hast taken captive with thy sword and with thy bow art thou smiting? set bread and water before them, and they eat, and drink, and go unto their lord.'  

12-6:23     And he prepareth for them great provision, and they eat and drink, and he sendeth them away, and they go unto their lord: and troops of Aram have not added any more to come in to the land of Israel.  

12-6:24     And it cometh to pass afterwards, that Ben-Hadad king of Aram gathereth all his camp, and goeth up, and layeth siege to Samaria,  

12-6:25     and there is a great famine in Samaria, and lo, they are laying siege to it, till the head of an ass is at eighty silverlings, and a forth of the cab of dovesdung at five silverlings.  

12-6:26     And it cometh to pass, the king of Israel is passing by on the wall, and a woman hath cried unto him, saying, `Save, my lord, O king.'  

12-6:27     And he saith, `Jehovah doth not save thee--whence do I save thee? out of the threshing-floor, or out of the wine-vat?'  

12-6:28     And the king saith to her, `What--to thee?' and she saith, `This woman said unto me, Give thy son, and we eat him to-day, and my son we eat to-morrow;  

12-6:29     and we boil my son and eat him, and I say unto her on the next day, Give thy son, and we eat him; and she hideth her son.'  

12-6:30     And it cometh to pass, at the king's hearing the words of the woman, that he rendeth his garments, and he is passing by on the wall, and the people see, and lo, the sackcloth is on his flesh within.  

12-6:31     And he saith, `Thus doth God do to me, and thus He doth add--if it remain--the head of Elisha son of Shaphat--upon him this day.'  

12-6:32     And Elisha is sitting in his house, and the elders are sitting with him, and the king sendeth a man from before him; before the messenger doth come unto him, even he himself said unto the elders, `Have ye seen that this son of the murderer hath sent to turn aside my head? see, at the coming in of the messenger, shut the door, and ye have held him fast at the door, is not the sound of the feet of his lord behind him?'  

12-6:33     He is yet speaking with them, and lo, the messenger is coming down unto him, and he saith, `Lo, this is the evil from Jehovah: what--do I wait for Jehovah any more?'  

 

 

 

 

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2 Kings 7:  

Chapter 7:20 Verses  

12 2 Kings  

(Young’s L.T. ) .  

12-7:1      And Elisha saith, `Hear ye a word of Jehovah: thus said Jehovah, About this time to-morrow, a measure of fine flour is at a shekel, and two measures of barley at a shekel, in the gate of Samaria.'  

12-7:2      And the captain whom the king hath, by whose hand he hath been supported, answereth the man of God and saith, `Lo, Jehovah is making windows in the heavens--shall this thing be?' and he saith, `Lo, thou art seeing it with thine eyes, and thereof thou dost not eat.'  

12-7:3      And four men have been leprous, at the opening of the gate, and they say one unto another, `What--we are sitting here till we have died;  

12-7:4      if we have said, We go in to the city, then the famine is in the city, and we have died there; and if we have sat here, then we have died; and now, come and we fall unto the camp of Aram; if they keep us alive, we live, and if they put us to death--we have died.'  

12-7:5      And they rise in the twilight, to go in unto the camp of Aram, and they come in unto the extremity of the camp of Aram, and lo, there is not a man there,  

12-7:6      seeing Jehovah hath caused the camp of Aram to hear a noise of chariot and a noise of horse--a noise of great force, and they say one unto another, `Lo, the king of Israel hath hired against us the kings of the Hittites, and the kings of Egypt, to come against us.'  

12-7:7      And they rise and flee in the twilight, and forsake their tents, and their horses, and their asses--the camp as it is --and flee for their life.  

12-7:8      And these lepers come in unto the extremity of the camp, and come in unto one tent, and eat, and drink, and lift up thence silver, and gold, and garments, and go and hide; and they turn back and go in unto another tent, and lift up thence, and go and hide.  

12-7:9      And they say one unto another, `We are not doing right this day; a day of tidings it is , and we are keeping silent; and--we have waited till the light of the morning, then hath punishment found us; and now, come and we go in and declare to