2 Kings 5
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Naaman of Aram was a leper. Elisha told him to wash in the Jordan and he was healed. Gehazi asked for a gift and became leprous.

Posted on 21 Jun 2011 to 19,557 followers, with 10 retweets.

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Hi! What is the explanation of this 2Kings Ch5? Or How do you apply this in our life?
Thanks, Sunshine


Hi Sunshine, I'm sure there are lots of different ways you could apply this story, but one would be: Sometimes the thing God calls you to do might seem trivial or humiliating (like Naaman washing in the Jordan) but you have to trust that he knows the best thing.


Gehazi thought his action was unseen but Elisha the prophet was well aware of what he had done, as is God.
V 26 But Elisha said to him, ‘Was not my spirit with you when the man got down from his chariot to meet you?

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