The significance of leprosy in the Bible and a portrait of how God saves

J. Hampton Keathley on “The Significance of Leprosy in the Bible”: (1) The leper was considered unclean and had to be isolated from society to a certain degree. Wherever he went he was to cry out, “unclean, unclean,” and he had to wear black with a hood covering his face and live outside the city … More The significance of leprosy in the Bible and a portrait of how God saves

Naaman’s Servant Girl

Naaman’s Servant Girl  An Advent Poem by John Piper “Grandma.” “Yes, Sarah.” “Mamma told Me once about how very bold You were when you were nine or ten, And how a mob of Syrian men Stole you away from home at night. She said there was an awful fight, And other things you kept inside. … More Naaman’s Servant Girl