2 Kings 5:12
Fill in the blanks using the New King James Version of the Bible.

Are not the Abanah and the Pharpar, the
_________ of Damascus,
_________ than

 all the
_________of Israel? Could I not

in them and be _________ ?”

 So he turned and went away in a

And his
_________ came near and spoke to

 him, and said, “My
_________ , if the _________

had told you to do something _________ ,

would you not have done it? How much more

 then, when he says to you, ‘
_________ , and

_________ ’?”

"Scripture taken from the New King James Version. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson,
   Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved."



Naaman was a great soldier, but he had a skin disease called leprosy.
A young girl from Israel who was a slave, served Naaman's wife. She told about a prophet who could cure his leprosy.
Naaman's king sent a letter to the king of Israel asking him to cure Naaman. The king of Israel was upset because he knew he had no such power.
Elisha, a man of God, asked to see Naaman. He told Naaman to wash seven times in the Jordan River. Naaman was angry because he did not expect to be cured this way. He thought Elisha would wave his hand over him and cure him. He also thought the rivers in his country would be better than the Jordan River. But he decided to obey. He dipped one, two, three, four, five, six, seven times. When he obeyed what had been told him, his leprosy was gone.
He was so happy! He said, "Now I know the God of Israel is the only God."