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What is the purpose of Elijah's travels?
At the beginning of 2 Kings 2, Elijah travels from Gilgal to Bethel to Jericho to the Jordan before being taken up in the whirlwind. Elisha then mostly reverses this course crossing back over the ...
Nov 29 '12 at 21:01
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