Army general finds healing in unusual place

Roots of Faith

 The third column in our series on healing has a difficult patient who complained that the treatment was worse than the disease.
In 2 Kings chapter 5, Naaman is the army commander for the King of Aram (Syria). He was rich, well-respected and had everything going for him—except good health. He was inflicted with leprosy, a word that referred to several skin diseases such as psoriasis or eczema.
A Jewish servant girl told Naaman about the prophet Elisha, who had performed miracles. Naaman was...

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