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Sue
Sue
5 months ago

One of my favorite stories. May all our healing take our thoughts to God.

Mary Geisen
Mary Geisen
5 months ago

You have such a gift for storytelling. I loved learning more about Namaan and his redemption.

Sharon Hazel
Sharon Hazel
5 months ago

Yes I love this story of God’s transforming power and the hint there of what was to come, that God’s love knows no boundaries

Lois Flowers
Lois Flowers
5 months ago

What a beautiful retelling, Lesley. God’s creativity never ceases to amaze me!

Barbara Harper
Barbara Harper
5 months ago

I love stories of transformation, and Naaman’s is a favorite. I love that he was cleansed both inside and out.

Laurie
Laurie
5 months ago

Lesley, I am in the midst of reading the Old Testament. I recently finished 2 Kings. I must admit, I breezed right on my the story of Naaman without giving it much thought. It seems like he couldn’t believe how easy it was to receive God’s grace and healing. How many times have I been in the same situation? Thank you for opening my eyes with this wonderful post.

Wemi Omotosho
Wemi Omotosho
6 months ago

This was so well written, Lesley. And it makes me think how many times we disobey God or balk at doing something He’s said because it doesn’t fit what we expected. Great post!

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Elizabeth Crawford
Elizabeth Crawford
6 months ago

I really liked this interpretation. Your telling of the story from Naaman’s point of view brought this to life. Thank you!