2 Kings 8:4

Overview - 2 Kings 8
The Shunammite, having left her country seven years, to avoid the forewarned famine, for Elisha's miracle's sake has her land restored by the king.
Hazael, being sent with a present by Ben-hadad to Elisha at Damascus, after he had heard the prophecy, kills his master, and succeeds him.
16 Jehoram's wicked reign in Judah.
20 Edom and Libnah revolt.
23 Ahaziah succeeds Jehoram.
25 Ahaziah's wicked reign.
28 He visits Joram, being wounded, at Jezreel.
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2 Kings 8:4  (King James Version)
And the king talked with Gehazi the servant of the man of God, saying, Tell me, I pray thee, all the great things that Elisha hath done.

the king
As it appears not likely that the king would hold conversation with a leprous man; or, that, knowing Gehazi had been dismissed with the highest disgrace from the prophet's service, he would talk with him concerning his late master; some have supposed that this happened before the cleansing of Naaman. But it agrees better with the chronology to consider it as having taken place after that event; the king, probably, having an insatiable curiosity to know the private history of a man who had done such astonishing things. As to the circumstances of Gehazi's disease, he might overlook that, and converse with him, keeping at a reasonable distance, as nothing but actual contact could defile.

5:20-27 2 Kings 7:3 2 Kings 7:10

Matthew 2:8 ; Luke 9:9 ; 23:8 John 9:27 ; Acts 24:24

all the great
2 Kings 2:14 2 Kings 2:20-22 2 Kings 2:24 3:14-16 2 Kings 4:3-6 2 Kings 4:16 2 Kings 4:17 2 Kings 5:14 2 Kings 5:27 2 Kings 6:6 2 Kings 6:9-12 2 Kings 6:17-20 2 Kings 6:32
2 Kings 7:1 2 Kings 7:16-20