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ravra rov re 'Icopa/xov Kal rovs irapovrag els x^pdv TTepierpei/je' Tnareveiv ydp rco 7Tpoi KTo Naber. These words changed the feelings of Joram and those present to one of joy, for they did not hesitate to believe the prophet, having been convinced of his truthfulness by earlier experiences ; moreover the expected day (of plenty) made the want and distress of that day seem light to them.* But the commander them, the messenger came down to them ; and he (the king ? Behold, this evil is from the Lord ; why should I wait for the Lord any longer ? dv Spes o Sv TOV dpidp Lov reaaapcs Std ravrrjv rrjv ai Tia V TTp O TCJOV TTv Xc OV p L€VOVT€S, p.7^K€Tt firjhei'O^ av Toig bid ttjv VTrep^o Xrjv rov Xipov Tpofftrjv Ik- 75 (f6apr^ae- adai Ka Kc Js vtto rov Xip Lov Xoyiaafxevoi, rovro^ 8e treiaeada L Kav avrodi peivojcnv a TTopia rpo(f)rjg, irapahovva L Tot? Kittim), representing C yprus or the Greek islands generally ; ef. oxvpcordras TTo Xeis ip,7Tprja€t,s, /cat 7rai8ia fiev a TTo Aet? 11) seems to mean that Hazael ' kept the expression of his features unmoved ; the Targum's rendering, " lengthened it greatly," may have suggested Josephus's interpretation. 88-92 to inquire of the prophet about his illness and ask whether he would escape the danger it threatened. with his own body of horsemen and chariots, invaded ^'- ^• Idumaea by night and destroyed those people who were near the borders of his kingdom, but did not proceed farther. TTcaovros 8e ^lwpdp,ov heiaas Trepl rrjs avrov acorrjpias 'Op^o^tas" ro dpp,a els erepav ohov 121 e^evevae, Xiqaeadai rov ^Itjovv viro Xa^wv. think, who urged him on to it, in order that he 2 Kings might suffer punishment for his transgressions against 2 chron.