SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:9 Â¶ Y vino Naamán con su caballería y con su carro, y se paró a las puertas de la casa de Eliseo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 5:9 Verse 9. Came with his horses and with his chariot] In very great pomp and state. Closely inspected, this was preposterous enough; a leper sitting in state, and affecting it!
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 9. So Naaman came with his horses, and with his chariot , etc.] In his chariot drawn by horses; or “with horsemen and chariots”, a great retinue, both for his own grandeur, and for the honour of the prophet, and to make him the more respectable by him: and stood at the door of the house of Elisha ; who now dwelt at Gilgal, as is probable, (see 2 Kings 4:38), hither Naaman was directed, and here he stopped; and having sent a messenger to Elisha to acquaint him who he was, and what was his business, he stayed waiting for an answer.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 9-14 - Elisha knew Naaman to be a proud man, and he would let him know, tha before the great God all men stand upon the same level. All God' commands make trial of men's spirits, especially those which direct sinner how to apply for the blessings of salvation. See in Naaman the folly of pride; a cure will not content him, unless he be cured with pomp and parade. He scorns to be healed, unless he be humoured. The way by which a sinner is received and made holy, through the blood, and by the Spirit of Christ, through faith alone in his name, does no sufficiently humour or employ self, to please the sinner's heart. Huma wisdom thinks it can supply wiser and better methods of cleansing Observe, masters should be willing to hear reason. As we should be dea to the counsel of the ungodly, though given by great and respecte names, so we are to have our ears open to good advice, though brough by those below us. Wouldst thou not do any thing? When diseased sinner are content to do any thing, to submit to any thing, to part with an thing, for a cure, then, and not till then, is there any hope of them The methods for the healing of the leprosy of sin, are so plain, tha we are without excuse if we do not observe them. It is but, Believe and be saved; Repent, and be pardoned; Wash, and be clean. The believe applies for salvation, not neglecting, altering, or adding to the Saviour's directions; he is thus made clean from guilt, while others who neglect them, live and die in the leprosy of sin.
Original Hebrew ויבא 935 נעמן 5283 בסוסו 5483 וברכבו 7393 ויעמד 5975 פתח 6607 הבית 1004 לאלישׁע׃ 477