2 Kings 6:3

3 One of them then said, "Please! Come along with us!" He said, "Certainly."

2 Kings 6:3 Meaning and Commentary

2 Kings 6:3

And one said, be content, I pray thee, and with thy servants,
&c.] Or be pleased to go with us; he begged it as a favour, that, being awed by his presence, they might preserve peace and order, and have his advice as to the spot of ground to erect their edifice on, and might be protected by him from harm and mischief by men or wild beasts:

and he answered, I will go;
he consented to it, knowing perhaps before hand that he should have an opportunity of working a miracle there, as he did.

2 Kings 6:3 In-Context

1 One day the guild of prophets came to Elisha and said, "You can see that this place where we're living under your leadership is getting cramped - we have no elbow room.
2 Give us permission to go down to the Jordan where each of us will get a log. We'll build a roomier place." Elisha said, "Go ahead."
3 One of them then said, "Please! Come along with us!" He said, "Certainly."
4 He went with them. They came to the Jordan and started chopping down trees.
5 As one of them was felling a timber, his axhead flew off and sank in the river. "Oh no, master!" he cried out. "And it was borrowed!"