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Quote for 2 Kings 5:1-14

July 1, 2010

I’m preaching on the Old Testament lesson this week.  I don’t have a complete “First Impressions” to share, but did find this quote from Samuel Giere, Professor of Homiletics at Wartburg Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa:

This delightfully pesky story of the healing of Naaman the Aramean by Elisha the prophet of Israel is a story of border-crossings, whereby the Lord works in mysterious ways – unwelcome by anyone, ancient or modern, who wants the Lord to observe humanity’s boundaries, and welcome by those finding themselves at the margins or on the outside.

The quote comes from WorkingPreacher.org.

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