But he said, then bring meal: and he cast it into the pot,
&c.] And stirred it about in it:
and he said, pour out for the people, that they may eat;
as they now might freely, and without any danger, as he intimated:
and there was no harm in the pot;
or anything that could do any harm or mischief to the health of men: this was not owing to the natural virtue of meal, but to a miraculous power attending it, whereby the pottage was cured of its malignity, as the bad waters of Jericho were by salt, in a preceding miracle.