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  • One Man's Blessing But Another Man's Curse

    Contributed by James May on Sep 30, 2007
    based on 20 ratings

    Naaman’s blessing became Gehazi’s curse because of their reverence for God and their fear of him.

    One Man’s Blessing but Another Man’s Curse By Pastor Jim May II Kings 5:1 – 27 How we handle the provisions of God in our lives will determine whether those provision will be a blessing, or a curse. We must be careful to misuse what God has given us. For those who reverence and keep a more

  • Un Pequeño Paso De Fe Series

    Contributed by Wilbur Madera Rivas on Jul 9, 2007

    Un pequeño paso de fe puede descencadenar grandes efectos en la historia

    Un pequeño paso de fe Intro: Hace 14 años, una tarde mientras me bañaba, noté una pequeña protuberancia en mi cuero cabelludo. Al explorar un poco más de cerca, me di cuenta de que el abultamiento estaba formado por capas de piel seca y muerta que se desgajaba como hojuelas. Me encontraba more

  • 7 Ducks In Muddy Water

    Contributed by Tim Parish on Sep 11, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Relates the cleansing of Naaman to the baptism of the New Testament.

    Intro: A. Leprosy – 116 vs in Lev 13-14 a. Note: 13.45-46 B. What it is & is not (explore Biblical leprosy and present-day leprosy) a. Uncleanness and what that meant C. Then to text – 2 Kings 5.1ff I. Notice – From the story of Naaman, turn to the oft asked question “Why does more

  • The Spoiled One And His Unsung Heros

    Contributed by Craig Benner on Sep 27, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Naaman was well known, but the real heros in this story are the unnamed little servant girl and some other servants who persuaded their master to obey the word of the prophet.

    Naaman 2 Kings 5:1-14 (central text) I. Qualities of this man (v. 1) A. a leader (of rank) B. submissive to his king C. an honorable man D. used by God E. he had a real problem and need Who amongst us has a need? Who does God choose to use to send the message of hope? In more

  • Thanksgiving Truths

    Contributed by Dr. Keion Parrish on Jun 9, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    8 things we need to know

    THANKSGIVING SERMON Scripture: Psalm 100; 145 Thanksgiving Truths Introduction: Thanksgiving is the day when we pause to reflect, remember, and respect the abundant blessings that God has bestowed upon us. Millions will use this special day, which more

  • The Man Who Liked Change

    Contributed by Jonathan Russell on Jul 2, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Examining Naaman’s life and his desire for God to do a miracle in his life

    Note three aspects of Naaman’s life: 1. BEFORE the change (v. 1-13) A. We must admit that there’s a problem (v. 1-4) B. We must go to the right person (v. 5-7) C. We must have faith (v. 7) D. We must understand that the way to change may surprise us (v. 8-12) E. We must learn that little more

  • Simple Restoration

    Contributed by Scott Cody on Jul 9, 2007
    based on 41 ratings

    A study of Naaman and God’s simple process of restoration.

    1. Lesson Intro a. Restoration is difficult work i. easier to build a home than to restore one b. Washington monument i. 1886 - $250,000 ii.Renovation 1986 – 86 million. c. Restoring one’s life is just as difficult. 2. The Work of Art a. (2 Ki more

  • Washing In The Big Muddy

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jun 12, 2007
    based on 68 ratings

    The Mississippi River is called the Big Muddy and rightly so. This is a message about another "Big Muddy" River.

    WASHING IN THE BIG MUDDY 2 Kings 5:1-14 INTRO: The Mississippi River is called the Big Muddy and rightly so. I first saw the river at Memphis. It looked like a mass of cocoa moving lazily toward the sea. At one time this mighty river was colored only by the tons of silt it carried more

  • Four Of The Hardest Words To Say

    Contributed by Bruce Lee on Sep 18, 2011
    based on 126 ratings

    A story about Naaman and the true meaning of being a sinner saved by grace.

    "Four of the Hardest Words to Say" Now Naaman, captain of the host of the king of Syria, was a great man with his master, and honourable, because by him the LORD had given deliverance unto Syria: he was also a mighty man in valour... (2 Kings 5:1a KJV) Intro: In the northwestern more

  • You Shall Be Clean

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Dec 16, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Through the offices of a servant girl a man of importance learns to trust God and find cleansing, grace, and healing.

    YOU SHALL BE CLEAN 2 KINGS 5__1—14 There was a commander from the land of Aram by the name of Naaman. He was a great warrior, brave and strong against the country’s foes. A great warrior, Naaman. He had oniy one problem, but a huge one—he was a leper. He had contracted that terrible more

  • 2nd Kings 5:1-14 Hear, Believe, And Follow The Instructions

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Aug 30, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Leprosy in the Bible is a picture and type of sin; we have in the miracle of Naaman being healed of leprosy a picture of salvation through faith in God’s Word. What Naaman had no doctor on earth could cure, he carried with him a death sentence, all lo

    2ND KINGS 5:1-14 HEAR, BELIEVE, AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS 8-27-11 As we get into the message today, I want to point out that Leprosy in the Bible is a picture and type of sin; we have in the miracle of Naaman being healed of leprosy a picture of salvation through faith in God’s more

  • Stop Focusing On Your Buts Series

    Contributed by Chris Carroll on Nov 28, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Pride by far is one of the most deadly sins. Pride acts as the gateway to just about every other sin, and Pride acts as a barrier between you and God, and your will and God’s will.

    There were these 2 ducks and a frog that lived together in a pond on a farm. They were the best of friends. You could sit there and watch them all day as they would play together in that pond. However they began to have a drought like we have had and the pond was drying up and they knew that more

  • Living With A Ministry Outlook

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 17, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Pulpit drama monologue as if Naaman the Syrian were reporting his healing. God’s gifts are free, contrary to what Gehazi thought.

    It’s incredible. Truly remarkable. That I should look this good, after all I have been through. Maybe you wouldn’t understand. You did not see what I looked like only yesterday. Leprosy! I had leprosy! Great scabs on my skin. Whitish blotches here and there. Horrible sores, everywhere. more

  • Seven Dips In The Muddy Jordan

    Contributed by W. Alderman on Nov 17, 2007
    based on 34 ratings

    This is a message that shows the miracle of salvation when Naaman was healed of leprosy.

    SEVEN DIPS IN THE MUDDY JORDAN Text: 2 Kings 5:1-14 W. Max Alderman INTRODUCTION: Pride is something that God absolutely hates. Pride has been the ruin of many a person. “Only by pride cometh more

  • Fruit Of The Spirit - Patience

    Contributed by Betty Johnson on Aug 18, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Discovering through the story of Naaman, how we can allow the Holy Spirit to produce the fruit of patience in us.

    Fruit of the Spirit - Patience Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-19 Today we’re going to talk about the fruit of the Spirit - patience. And we’re going to look at this story of Naaman. This great Syrian commander of the Aramean army who, because of the Lord - OUR Lord - had give the king of Aram more