Gehazi


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Gehazi

(gēhā`zī), in the Bible, Elisha's dishonest servant.

Gehazi

behind master’s back, takes money he declined. [O.T.: II Kings 5:21–22]
See: Greed
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sketches him from what Gehazi reports, from his absence at Jehu's anointing, from Elisha's brief appearance when he himself is deathly ill, and finally from the abrupt notice of the prophet's death.
the four laypersons are Balaam, Doag, Ahitofel, and Gehazi.
By contrast, Elisha is often associated with a company of prophets and/or is attended by a named servant, Gehazi.
Elisha's servant Gehazi secretively claims a payment from Naaman and as a result becomes afflicted with Naaman's leprosy.
Whereas the shameless pardoners purchase their vile traffic in farm with Simon, sell Indulgences with Gehazi, and squander their gains in disgraceful fashion with the Prodigal Son: but what is more detestable still, although not in holy orders, they preach publicly, and pretend falsely that they have full powers of absolving both living and dead alike from punishment and guilt, along with other blasphemies, by means of which they plunder and seduce the people, and in all probability drag them down with their own person to the infernal regions, by affording them frivolous hope and an audacity to commit sin: therefore, let the abuses of this pestilential sect be blotted out from the threshold of the Church.
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