Confront what is false, receive what is true

In an earlier post, I used the story of Naaman’s healing in 2 Kings 5, to highlight how God can use people, considered unlikely sources, to bring His blessings to people in need.  I also pointed out that material things and psychological and social barriers can threaten the flow of God’s blessings.  Continuing with theContinue reading “Confront what is false, receive what is true”