By Samuel M. Segal
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32 Middot of R. Eliezer, Midah 1; ed. Wilna. CONCERNING THEIR PLACE 17 The verse For the thickets of the Jordan are spoiled refers to Elijah and Elisha, who performed their miracles at the Jordan. Abbot d'R. Nathan, version 1, ch. 4, pp. 12b-13a; ed. Schechter. ELISHA'S MIRACLES GREATER THAN ELIJAH'S The verse And Elijah took his mantle and wrapped it together and smote the waters, and they were divided hither and thither, so that they two went over on dry ground teaches us that the miracles performed by Elisha at the Jordan were greater than those of Elijah.
I am contending now only for the sake of Your name. This whole army of false prophets are contending for the sake of Baal. I beg You, O Lord, do not put me to shame. Answer me quickly. Hear me, O Lord, hear me. Cause the fire to come down and the water to be consumed in this world and in the future 0 1 62 6 9 Isaiah 63:17. * ° I Kings 36:18. 6 1 62 Ezekiel 36:36. Malachi 3:23. ELIJAH 44 world against the prophets of Baal as well as against all the other false prophets. * Midrash Aggadot Bereshit, ch.
Eliezer, ch. 29; Warsaw, 1852. NEITHER GOD NOR KINGS LOVE ZEALOUS PROPHETS The prophets that spoke to Israel were not welcomed by the people. There were even those who told the prophets to be gone with their prophecies. * Elijah was angered by this remark. H e answered: "Good-for-nothing, you have de spised Him W h o created the whole world, and W h o gave the words of the Torah for His glory. By your life I will judge you according to the measure of your own words. * Elijah then took the key of rain and went away, and there was a great famine in the whole world until God 7 1 So that Elijah may personally see that the Jews observe the cov enant.
Elijah: A Study in Jewish Folklore by Samuel M. Segal