And he returned to the man of God, he and all his
&c.] To give him thanks for the advice he had given him, and by him to give thanks to God for the cure he had received; for he was sensible it was from the Lord, his words show:
and came and stood before him;
for being admitted into the prophet's house, instead of the prophet standing before him, as he before expected, he now stood before the prophet in veneration of him, and sensible of his obligation to him:
behold, now I know there is no God in all the earth, but in
though he did not before, but his cure fully convinced him of it:
I pray thee, take a blessing of thy servant;
not a wish of health and happiness, which the prophet would not have refused, but a present; the Targum calls it an offering.