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Part 1 – In verse one we see God’s sovereignty in Naaman’s life, just as God is sovereign and intentional in our lives. Part 2 – In verses two and three we see God orchestrating really unusual things so that a powerless foreign slave girl can deliver good news to the powerful man, just as […]

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Part 1 – In verse one we see God’s sovereignty in Naaman’s life. Part 2 – In verses two and three we see God orchestrating really unusual things so that a powerless foreign slave girl can deliver good news to the powerful man. Part 3 – We are reminded that a wealthy, powerful man desperately […]

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Part 1 – In verse one we see God’s sovereignty in Naaman’s life. Part 2 – In verses two and three we see God orchestrating really unusual things so that a powerless foreign slave girl can deliver good news to the powerful man. Part 3 – We are reminded that a wealthy, powerful man desperately […]

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Part 1 – In verse one we see God’s sovereignty in Naaman’s life. Part 2 – In verses two and three we see God orchestrating really unusual things so that a powerless foreign slave girl can deliver good news to the powerful man. Part 3 – 2 Kings 5:4-5 So Naaman went in and told […]

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In 2 Kings 5:1, God’s sovereignty was clearly stated.  As we walk toward the usual highlight of the cleansing, today we see the first of a whole series of really unusual things happening.  And it results in a hard, but good, challenge to me as a parent of a child with a disability. 2 Kings […]

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This account of God’s work in 2 Kings 5 has been a huge encouragement for me as a dad with a boy with multiple disabilities and a wife with cancer.  I pray it will be for you as well. As I wrote yesterday, I want to tell the story of Naaman as it really is […]

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Bible stories have consequences on children who grow up to be adults who have children with disabilities. I’m old enough to remember when little cut-out figures made of flannel were used to tell bible stories in Sunday School.  The problem isn’t the flannelgraph. The problem is that they made God look pathetically small. Here’s what […]

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