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The Tidings of the Resurrection (Author: [unknown])

section 27

Everyone also yonder will understand what shall be in another's mind without its being manifested by words or by other signs, and they will understand, by the spiritual insight of their minds, the things that are absent and are far away from them, after that example of the holy prophet Elisha, who understood, through the spirit of prophecy, what his disciple Gehazi had done in his absence, and he far away from him, taking a reward from Naaman the Syrian for healing him of leprosy.12 For what is there unknown to those that understand the Lord unto whom nothing is unknown?