6 0 6 0 0 6:18 Blindness: The blindness here spoken of was of a particular kind, which hindered them from seeing the objects that were really before them; and represented other different objects to their imagination: so that they no longer perceived the city of Dothan, nor were able to know the person of Eliseus; but were easily led by him, whom they took to be another man, to Samaria. So that he truly told them, this is not the way, neither is this the city, etc., because he spoke with relation to the way and to the city, which was represented to them. 6 18 6 0 0 Content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8 THE HOLY BIBLE Douay-Rheims: 2ki 6:0

THE HOLY BIBLE Douay-Rheims

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

¤ Chapter 6: Eliseus maketh iron to swim upon the water: he leadeth the Syrians that were sent to apprehend him into Samaria, where there eyes being opened, they are courteously entertained. The Syrians besiege Samaria: the famine there causeth a woman to eat her own child. Upon this the king commandeth Eliseus to be put to death.



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