WHY NAAMAN WASHED IN JORDAN

We see in the picture a man standing in the water of a river. He seems to be talking to the men who stand on the river bank.

This man's name is Naaman. He has been a leper. His body has been spotted with a disease called leprosy. This disease could not be cured by any doctor, and Naaman was unhappy.

Then one day some one told Naaman about God's prophet who lived in a country near by. This prophet could make him well.

Naaman hurried at once to find the prophet of God. When he came to the house where the prophet lived, a servant met him. This servant told him that he must go down to the river of Jordan and dip himself seven times in the water. Then he would be cured of his leprosy.

At first Naaman did not want to obey the servant's words. He did not think that washing would cure his disease. But when his friends asked him to try this simple cure, he listened to them. He went down to the river and did just as the prophet's servant had told him to do. And he was made well. Then he knew that the God of the prophet had cured him, because he had obeyed. -2 Kings 5:1-19.

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