The prophet then went and stood by the road, waiting for the king. He also disguised himself by putting a bandage down over his eyes.
The prophet 1 quickly removed the bandage from his eyes and the king of Israel recognized he was one of the prophets.
He 1 went up to him 2 and bandaged his wounds, pouring oil 3 and wine on them. Then 4 he put him on 5 his own animal, 6 brought him to an inn, and took care of him.
“Son of man, I have broken the arm 1 of Pharaoh king of Egypt. 2 Look, it has not been bandaged for healing or set with a dressing so that it might become strong enough to grasp a sword.
He heals 1 the brokenhearted, and bandages their wounds.
From the soles of your feet to your head, there is no spot that is unharmed. 1 There are only bruises, cuts, and open wounds. They have not been cleansed 2 or bandaged, nor have they been treated 3 with olive oil. 4
For 1 he 2 wounds, 3 but he also bandages; he strikes, but his hands also heal.
“Come on! Let’s return to the Lord! He himself has torn us to pieces, but he will heal us! He has injured 1 us, but he will bandage our wounds!
I will seek the lost and bring back the strays; I will bandage the injured and strengthen the sick, but the fat and the strong I will destroy. I will feed them – with judgment!
You have not strengthened the weak, healed the sick, bandaged the injured, brought back the strays, or sought the lost, but with force and harshness 1 you have ruled over them.