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Pride, Prejudice, and Praise

But if we broaden our understanding of miracles, then his is not the only miracle in the story. It was a miracle that a captured slave girl had so much compassion for those who enslaved her that she dared to testify about a cure in her home country. It was a miracle that Naaman’s king let him go seek relief from the perceived enemy.

Jeremiah 18:1-12; 2 Cor. 4:1-12

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