2 Kings 5:18
and he leaneth: This verse should probably, as many learned men have supposed, be read in the past, and not in the future tense: "In this thing the Lord pardon thy servant, that when my master went into the house of Rimmon to worship there, and he leaned on my hand, and I worshipped in the house of Rimmon; in that I have worshipped in the house of Rimmon, the Lord pardon thy servant in this thing." Rimmon is supposed by Selden to the same with Elion, a god of the Phoenicians, borrowed undoubtedly from the Elyon of the Hebrews, one of the names of God. 2Ki 7:2, 2Ki 7:17 and I bow: 2Ki 17:35, Exo 20:5, 1Ki 19:18 the Lord pardon: 2Ch 30:18, 2Ch 30:19, Jer 50:20 Reciprocal: 1Ch 6:77 - Rimmon