Sin as Leprosy (Part 2)
In the narrative we’re looking at, Naaman continually seeks to go to kings, but God insists on continually speaking to Naaman only and exclusively through slaves. Naaman is continually going to “somebodies,” and God insists on speaking to him through “nobodies.”
What does that mean? What does that tell us about ourselves? What does that tell us about God?
This sermon was preached by Rev. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on March 10, 1996. Series “The Faces of Sin”. Scripture: 2 Kings 5:5-17.
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