This Week’s Topic
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- Naaman was a commander of an enemy army, and he had leprosy. 2 Kings 5:1
- Naaman’s army raided Israel and took lots of people captive.
- One of the captives felt sad for Naaman and wanted him to be healed. 2 Kings 5:2-3
- You can be a hero if you show kindness even when people don’t deserve it.
Luke 6:27 Love your enemies! Do good to those who hate you.
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