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Go to Bible: 2 Kings 8
 
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2Ki 8:9

“your son.” In this context, “son” is used idiomatically as a term of endearment. Ben-hadad, king of Syria, was not Elisha’s son, nor a disciple of Yahweh. He worshiped pagan gods.

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2Ki 8:20

“under the hand of Judah.” An idiom for under the authority of Judah.

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2Ki 8:21

“his army.” The Hebrew text reads “people” instead of army, but that becomes unclear in English. Joram’s “people” in this context is his army. Joram made an attack on Edom, but it was of limited success because his army deserted him and went back to Israel, and so Edom’s revolt was successful.

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