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Leviticus is probably the most "boring" book of the Bible (even Jesus doesn’t quote from it), but in it’s pages are some of the powerful stories of forgiveness you’ll read.
Shared: 5/5/2010
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I wonder what Naaman felt after he had dipped himself for the 6th time in the Jordan and nothing had happened
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 12/5/2003
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You just can’t get by on borrowed faith. In order to please God we need a personal faith... but how do we attain that? The story of Naaman has some interesting insights.
Shared: 1/10/2005
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A parallel view of our personal lives to Joseph’s pit to the palace journey.
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Genesis 37:3-41:43
Shared: 3/12/2001
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Naaman had it all, BUT he was in need. That is exactly where everyone one of us stand before God if we have been redeemed by the blood of Jesus Christ.
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-5:27
Tags: Salvation
Shared: 7/7/2002
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God’s Grace and Mercy displayed in the OT.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-5:19
Shared: 12/13/2006
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Naaman learned that God's Miracles areawarded to those persons who are humble and obedient. His healing from a major setback in his life was a gift of God, not something he could buy or i entice.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-5:14
Shared: 6/6/2012
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The healing of a pagan military leader
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-5:17
Shared: 4/11/2009
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This message shows the correlation between the healing of Naaman's leprosy and the salvation of the lost sinner, defiled by sin.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-5:16
Shared: 3/10/2010
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A story about Naaman and the true meaning of being a sinner saved by grace.
Denomination: United Methodist
Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-5:14
Shared: 9/18/2011
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