Tag: Elisha

Sermon Notes: The Wealthy Shunammite Woman’s Faith

Sermon Notes: The Faith of a Shunammite Woman


A common sponge activity among new bye preachers when they want to preach about faith is to ask the congregation  “How many of you have got faith?” The question actually doesn’t make sense because there’s no such thing as “people who have faith” and “people who don’t have faith.”  The truth is that everyone puts their faith in something. A much more sensible way of asking this question would be to ask them “On whom or what or where do you have placed your faith today?”

Sermon notes: Naaman healed of Leprosy

Unrecognizable man bathing in the sea while Sun goes down.


In the ancient world, leprosy was a deadly disease because it was incurable. The many references to it in the Bible indicate the disease was widespread. In today’s sermon, we are going to consider an incident surrounding the miraculous healing of one such Leper that lived centuries ago. His name is Naaman.

Sermon notes: Elisha and the Widow with a Jar of Olive Oil

Sermon notes: Elisha and the Widow


James Dobson tells the true story of a little toddler named Frankie. He was a handful, to say the least. One day he pulled a chair over to the front window of his house, and carefully placed it inside the drapes. He was standing there staring out at the world when his mother came looking for him. She spied his little white legs protruding beneath the drapes, and quietly slipped in behind him to see what he was doing. She got there just to hear him say to himself in very somber terms, “I’ve GOT to get out of here!”

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