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  • Curtis Williams
    The providence of God is amazing. He chose to allow four diseased, discarded, disregarded souls to be the instruments of good news -- thank God that they did not allow their condition to dictate their behavior.
  • Kevin
    2 Kings Ch7 V. 3 What were the names of the 4 leperous men?
  • Peter A. Okebukola
    God's Word is yea and amen. When God is on our side, we will conquer all enemies. If we are on the Lord's side, victory is sure. The Israelites witnessed this clearly in this chapter. God used his prophet Elisha to convey His message to the Israelites. The man who doubted saw the repercussion. The lesson here is that should not doubt what God has promised to do.
  • Omologe Eseakpevwe John
    "According the word of the Lord" was all that was needed for breakthrough to manifest. No wonder Moses said "Would to God all His people were prophets". If you start hearing from God, your breakthrough has started. If God says anything, no matter how impossible it may seem, it will surely come to pass. Because God can not lie. We need to yearn to hear the voice of God and depend on Him to lead us
  • Bro Joseph
    God is a mighty God and his the lily of the valley
  • Elaine
    The Lord made a way! Sometimes God is already working on our lives and we are still waiting.
  • Onyi
    The "do nothing strategy" is the worst kind of strategy. You cannot be in a state of Inertia and expect things to happen. The 4 lepers took a bold step regardless of the consequences and saved a whole nation. Let us fear not, and take a bold step today for the Lord is with us.
  • Patria
    God can make a way when it seems like there is no way. People should always walk by faith and not by sight. God can use anyone to deliver his people and god always provide.
  • Marika
    the king did not die but the servant
  • Kobby
    2 kings 7 talks of spirit of faith.it 's out of their faith that caused live and not die.their blessing affected the whole nation is real out of hunger.if you don 't take a risk in life is risk by its self
  • Mose Munyasia
    If the lepers had not taken a step of faith, a risk that they would have not got the good news. Let's rise up from our fears and get the desire of our hearts.
  • BIlly
    I might be mistaken but I am thinking that the 2nd question in the Test Your Knowledge that they might have got confused about the lord on whose hand the King rested. I think it was the lord that went out into the gates not the KIng.
  • Tau
    God is good to everyone all the time.He raises the poor from the dust and the need from the ash heaps and set them with kings.God wants to use the despised,rejected or looked down upon to show his Glory.Noone could assist the lepers nd were rejected in the community.Take a stand ,rise from your situation and God will intervene.He sent confusion in the camp of the enermy and they fled.When God wants to deliver his people he works in a mysterious way.Remember his works,ways and thoughts are different from ours and beyound our imaginations.
  • Josiah mdaka for verse 3
    Its a matter of one decision and your life can change for good. Many people fail in life because they believe men 's report and not God 's report.
  • BibleFan
    the lepers didn't have much to lose - so they took their chances and went into the syrian camp.
    For some reason - this reminds me of what Jesus said "many last will be first"
  • Mrammba leonard thoya
    Everybody is a product of his previous decisions. In life, we need to make risky decisions in order to succeed. For instance the 4 lepers risked their lives by going to the Syrian camp. Little did they know that their decision could rescue the whole of Samaria! So God can use anybody or situation to save his people. Christian should not despise themselves because God uses those willing to go for a mission. More over God respect positive decisions.
  • RALPH M. WATERS
    THIS CHAPTER MAKES ME FOCUS ON "sin of omission and sin of commission.

    IN THIS CASE "SIN OF OMISSION". THE LEPERS KNEW WHAT TO DO THAT WAS RIGHT, AND DID IT. OTHERWISE, THEY KNEW - FOR TO KNOW WHAT TO DO IS RIGHT AND NOT TO DO IT, IT IS SIN. THEREBY, A SIN OF OMISSION COULD EASILY BE TURNED INTO A SIN OF COMMISSION.

    THE KING COULD HAVE LATER FOUND OUT OF THEIR GOOD FORTUNE AND ACCUSED THEM OF STEALING FROM HIM. FOR THE ENTIRE LAND IN HIS EYES, WAS HIS.

    WE AS CHRISTIANS, MUST REALIZE, IF WE KNOW WHAT TO DO, AND DON'T DO IT, OUR CONSCIENCE WILL EITHER ACCUSE OF OR EXCUSE US. I PRAY, WHEN YOU FELL TO LOVE SOMEONE, YOUR CONSCIENCE, (OUR CONSCIENCES) CONVICT US.
  • LBT
    God's Word is always true, and the things that His prophets foretold always came to pass - 100%! Problem is most people, and sometimes professing Christians doubt its veracity, to our own detriment


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