1 Kings 17

ECB(i) 1
RAVENS SUSTAIN ELI YAH
And Eli Yah the Tisbehiy of the settlers of Gilad, says to Ach Ab, Yah Veh Elohim of Yisra El lives, at whose face I stand, neither dew nor rain becomes these years, except as according to my mouth. 2 And the word of Yah Veh comes to him, saying, 3 Go from here and face eastward and hide yourself by the wadi Kerith at the face of Yarden: 4 and so be it, drink of the wadi; and I misvah the ravens to sustain you there. 5 So he goes and works according to the word of Yah Veh: he goes and settles by the wadi Kerith at the face of Yarden: 6 and the ravens bring him bread and flesh in the morning and bread and flesh in the evening; and he drinks of the wadi: 7 and so be it, at the end of days, the wadi withers, there being no rain in the land. 8 And so be the word of Yah Veh to him, saying, 9 Rise, go to Sarephath, Sidon and settle there: behold, I misvah a widow woman there to sustain you. 10 So he rises and goes to Sarephath: and he comes to the portal of the city and behold, the widow woman gathers timber: and he calls to her, and says, Take me, I beseech you, a little water in an instrument, to drink. 11 And she goes to take it, and he calls to her, and says, Take me, I beseech you, a morsel of bread in your hand. 12 And she says, Yah Veh your Elohim lives, I have no bakings except a palmful of flour in a pitcher and a little oil in a cruse: and behold, I gather two timbers to go in and work for me and my son to eat - and die. 13 And Eli Yah says to her, Awe not! Go and work as you worded: but first, work me a little ashcake and bring it to me; and after, work for you and for your son: 14 for thus says Yah Veh Elohim of Yisra El, Neither the pitcher of flour finishes off nor the cruse of oil lack until the day Yah Veh gives rain on the face of the soil. 15 And she goes and works according to the word of Eli Yah: and she and he and her house, eat for days: 16 and neither the pitcher of flour finishes off nor the cruse of oil lacks; according to the word Yah Veh worded by the hand of Eli Yah. 17
ELI YAH ENLIVENS THE SON OF THE WIDOW
And so be it, after these words, the son of the woman, the baalah of the house, falls sick; and his sickness is mighty strong, no breath remains in him. 18 And she says to Eli Yah, What have I to do with you, O you man of Elohim? Come you to me to call my perversity to remembrance and to deathify my son? 19 And he says to her, Give me your son. And he takes him from her bosom and ascends him into an upper room where he settles and lays him down on his own bed: 20 and he calls to Yah Veh and says, O Yah Veh my Elohim, vilify you the widow with whom I sojourn by deathifying her son? 21 And he measures himself on the child three times and calls to Yah Veh and says, O Yah Veh my Elohim, I beseech you, return the soul of this child into his inwards. 22 And Yah Veh hears the voice of Eli Yah; and he returns the soul of the child into his inwards and he lives. 23 And Eli Yah takes the child and descends him from the upper room in the house and gives him to his mother: and Eli Yah says, See, your son lives. 24 And the woman says to Eli Yah, Now this I know that you are a man of Elohim and that the word of Yah Veh in your mouth is truth.