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Requirement for healing

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    In the lesson there were 2 healings. Naaman was the captain of the host of the king of Syria, a great man with his master and he was a leper. Elisha sent a messenger to Naaman and told him to go and wash in Jordan seven times. Naaman was not happy about doing that. He thought Elisha should come to him, strike his hand and recover the leper. Naaman needed to learn humility and when he was humble and obeyed, the healing came.

    A certain ruler came to Jesus asking him to come to his house because his daughter was dead. Jesus went to the ruler’s house and told the minstrels and the people making noise to give place for the maid is not dead but sleepeth and they laughed him to scorn. After the minstrels and people were removed, Jesus went to the daughter and took her by the hand, and she arose. He lifted her out of the false belief that she was dead.
    In every healing something is required. Naaman needed to be humbled and the minstrels and people needed to obey and see there is no death.

    Something is required of us to receive a healing. When our thought is uplifted, and the lesson learned, the healing comes. Thank God for Christian Science.

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