“When they entered Ecbatana, Tobias said to Raphael.
‘Brother Azariah! Take me straight to our brother Raguel.’
So he took him to the house of Raguel. There, they found him sitting beside the courtyard door. They greeted him first. He replied.
‘Joyous greetings, brothers! Welcome and good health!’
Then he brought them into the house. Raguel said to his wife Edna.
‘How much the young man resembles my kinsman Tobit!’
Then Edna questioned them.
‘Where are you from, brothers?’
‘We belong to the descendents of Naphtali, who are exiles in Nineveh.’ She said to them.
‘Do you know our kinsman Tobit?’
‘Yes, we know him!’
Then she asked them.
‘Is he in good health?’
‘He is alive and in good health.’
‘He is my father.’
At that Raguel jumped up and kissed him and wept. He also spoke to them as follows.
‘Blessings on you, my child, son of a good and noble father!
O most miserable of calamities
That such an upright and beneficent man has become blind!’
He then embraced his kinsman Tobias and wept. His wife Edna also wept for him. Their daughter Sarah likewise wept. Then Raguel slaughtered ram from the flock. He received them warmly.”
When they reached Ecbatana, Tobias wanted to go visit Raguel right away. So Raphael, called Azariah, took him to that house, where Raguel was sitting outside at the courtyard door. They greeted each other. Raguel noticed that Tobias resembled Tobit. His wife Edna questioned who they were and where they were from. They said that they were from Naphtali, but they were exiles in Nineveh. Edna wanted to know if they knew Tobit. Then Tobias said that he was alive and in good health and was his father. With that Raguel became all excited. He jumped up and kissed them and began to weep. He thought it was terrible that such a good man as Tobit was blind. How he knew that Tobit was blind is not clear, since the text does explicitly say that they told him about this blindness. Then Raguel, his wife Edna, and daughter Sarah all wept. Raguel slaughtered a ram and received them warmly. All seems to be going well.