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The well which the princes 1 dug, which the leaders of the people opened with their scepters and their staffs.” And from the wilderness they traveled to Mattanah;
Elisha 1 told Gehazi, “Tuck your robes into your belt, take my staff, 2 and go! Don’t stop to exchange greetings with anyone! 3 Place my staff on the child’s face.”
and then 1 if he gets up and walks about 2 outside on his staff, then the one who struck him is innocent, except he must pay 3 for the injured person’s 4 loss of time 5 and see to it that he is fully healed.
Even when I must walk through the darkest valley, I fear no danger, for you are with me; your rod and your staff reassure me. 1
Look, the sovereign Lord who commands armies 1 is about to remove from Jerusalem 2 and Judah every source of security, including 3 all the food and water, 4
Then all those living in Egypt will know that I am the Lord because they were a reed staff 1 for the house of Israel;
Moreover, the Lord who rules over all says, ‘Old men and women will once more live in the plazas of Jerusalem, each one leaning on a cane because of advanced age.
The Lord’s messenger touched the meat and the unleavened bread with the tip of his staff. 1 Fire flared up from the rock and consumed the meat and unleavened bread. The Lord’s messenger then disappeared. 2
Now Gehazi went on ahead of them. He placed the staff on the child’s face, but there was no sound or response. When he came back to Elisha 1 he told him, “The child did not wake up.”
Now look, you must be trusting in Egypt, that splintered reed staff. If a man leans for support on it, it punctures his hand and wounds him. That is what Pharaoh king of Egypt does to all who trust in him.
Look, you must be trusting in Egypt, that splintered reed staff. If someone leans on it for support, it punctures his hand and wounds him. That is what Pharaoh king of Egypt does to all who trust in him!