2 King 6:8

When the king of Aram was waging war against Israel, he conferred with his servants, “My camp will be at such and such a place.”  But the man of God sent word to the king of Israel: “Be careful passing by this place, for the Arameans are going down there.” Consequently, the king of Israel sent word to the place the man of God had told him about. The man of God repeatedly warned the king, so the king would be on his guard.

2 King 6:8-10 (HCSB)


2 King 5:19

“After Naaman had traveled a short distance from Elisha, Gehazi, the attendant of Elisha the man of God, thought: My master has let this Aramean Naaman off lightly by not accepting from him what he brought. As the Lord lives, I will run after him and get something from him.”

2 King 5:19-20 (HCSB)


2 King 5

“Naaman, commander of the army for the king of Aram, was a great man in his master’s sight and highly regarded because through him, the Lord had given victory to Aram. The man was a brave warrior, but he had a skin disease. Aram had gone on raids and brought back from the land of Israel a young girl who served Naaman’s wife.  She said to her mistress, ‘If only my master would go to[b] the prophet who is in Samaria, he would cure him of his skin disease.’ ”

2 King 5:1-3 (HCSB)


2 King 4:27

When she came up to the man of God at the mountain, she clung to his feet. Gehazi came to push her away, but the man of God said, “Leave her alone—she is in severe anguish, and the Lord has hidden it from me. He hasn’t told me.”  Then she said, “Did I ask my lord for a son? Didn’t I say, ‘Do not deceive me?’”  So Elisha said to Gehazi, “Tuck your mantle under your belt, take my staff with you, and go. If you meet anyone, don’t stop to greet him, and if a man greets you, don’t answer him. Then place my staff on the boy’s face.”

2 King 4:27-29 (HCSB)




2 King 4:11

One day he came there and stopped and went to the room upstairs to lie down. He ordered his attendant Gehazi, “Call this Shunammite woman.” So he called her and she stood before him.  Then he said to Gehazi, “Say to her, ‘Look, you’ve gone to all this trouble for us. What can we do for you? Can we speak on your behalf to the king or to the commander of the army?’” She answered, “I am living among my own people.”

2 King 4:11-13 (HCSB)


2 King 4:1

“One of the wives of the sons of the prophets cried out to Elisha, ‘Your servant, my husband, has died. You know that your servant feared the Lord. Now the creditor is coming to take my two children as his slaves.’  Elisha asked her, ‘What can I do for you? Tell me, what do you have in the house?’  She said, ‘Your servant has nothing in the house except a jar of oil.’ ”

2 King 4:1-2 (HCSB)



2 King 2:10

“Elijah replied, ‘You have asked for something difficult. If you see me being taken from you, you will have it. If not, you won’t.’ As they continued walking and talking, a chariot of fire with horses of fire suddenly appeared and separated the two of them. Then Elijah went up into heaven in the whirlwind.”

2 King 2:10-11 (HCSB)




1 King 22:51

“Ahaziah son of Ahab became king over Israel in Samaria in the seventeenth year of Judah’s King Jehoshaphat and reigned over Israel two years.  He did what was evil in the Lord’s sight. He walked in the way of his father, in the way of his mother, and in the way of Jeroboam son of Nebat, who had caused Israel to sin.”

1 King 22:51-52 (HCSB)


1 King 19:19

“Elijah left there and found Elisha son of Shaphat as he was plowing.”

1 King 19:19 (HCSB)


1 King 19:1

“Ahab told Jezebel everything that Elijah had done and how he had killed all the prophets with the sword.  So Jezebel sent a messenger to Elijah, saying, ‘May the gods punish me and do so severely if I don’t make your life like the life of one of them by this time tomorrow!’ ”

1 King 19:1-2 (HCSB)