SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:14 Y él dijo: Â¿Qué, pues, haremos por ella? Y Giezi respondió: He aquí ella no tiene hijo, y su marido es viejo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 4:14 Verse 14. What then is to be done for her?] It seems that the woman retired as soon as she had delivered the answer mentioned in the preceding verse.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. And he said , etc.] That is, Elisha to Gehazi, when he returned to him, and told him what the Shunammite said: what then is to be done for her ? something he thought should be done in gratitude, the favours they had received, and advises with his servant what could be thought of, he being one about the house: and Gehazi answered, verily she hath no child, and her husband is old ; and so not likely to have any by him; as children were always very desirable by women, and especially in those days, the servant suggests, that no doubt to have one would be very acceptable to her.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-17 - Elisha was well thought of by the king of Israel for his late services a good man can take as much pleasure in serving others, as in raisin himself. But the Shunammite needed not any good offices of this kind It is a happiness to dwell among our own people, that love and respec us, and to whom we are able to do good. It would be well with many, if they did but know when they are really well off. The Lord sees the secret wish which is suppressed in obedience to his will, and he wil hear the prayers of his servants in behalf of their benefactors, by sending unasked-for and unexpected mercies; nor must the professions of men of God be supposed to be delusive like those of men of the world.
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