2 Kings 6:12-18 NIRV
“You are my king and master,” said one of his officers. “None of us is on Israel’s side. But Elisha is a prophet in Israel. He tells the king of Israel even the words you speak in your own bedroom.”
“Go and find out where he is,” the king ordered. “Then I can send my men and capture him.” The report came back. The officers said, “He’s in Dothan.” Then the king sent horses and chariots and a strong army there. They went at night and surrounded the city.
The servant of the man of God got up the next morning. He went out early. He saw that an army with horses and chariots had surrounded the city. “Oh no, my master!” the servant said. “What can we do?”
“Don’t be afraid,” the prophet answered. “Those who are with us are more than those who are with them.”
Elisha prayed, “LORD, open my servant’s eyes so that he can see.” Then the LORD opened his eyes. Elisha’s servant looked up and saw the hills. He saw that Elisha was surrounded by horses and chariots made of fire.
Aram’s army came down toward Elisha. Then he prayed to the LORD, “Make these soldiers blind.” So the LORD made them blind, just as Elisha had prayed.
NIRV: New International Reader’s Version