The last paragraph of Ecclesiasticus 48:
Elijah was shrouded in the whirlwind,
and Elisha was filled with his spirit;
throughout his life no ruler could shake him,
and no one could subdue him.
No task was too hard for him,
and even in death his body prophesied.
In his lifetime he performed wonders,
and in death his works were marvellous.
Oh dear, a biblical example of an individualist in service to God!
What could this mean?