5 0 5 0 0 5:15 A blessing: a present. 5 15 5 0 0 5:19 Go in peace: What the prophet here allowed, was not an outward conformity to an idolatrous worship; but only a service which by his office he owed to his master: who on all public occasions leaned on him: so that his bowing down when his master bowed himself down was not in effect adoring the idols: nor was it so understood by the standers by, since he publicly professed himself a worshipper of the only true and living God, but it was no more than doing a civil office to the king his master, whose leaning upon him obliged him to bow at the same time that he bowed. 5 19 5 0 0 Content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8 THE HOLY BIBLE Douay-Rheims: 2ki 5:0

THE HOLY BIBLE Douay-Rheims

Notes on Fourth Book of Kings (Author Bishop Richard Challoner (ed.))

¤ Chapter 5: Naaman the Syrian is cleansed of his leprosy. He professeth his belief in one God, promising to serve him. Giezi taketh gifts of Naaman, and is struck with leprosy.



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