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The Eyes of Faith

Luke 17:11-19 (2 Kings 5:1-3, 7-15c; Psalm 111)

The healing comes from God to a foreigner who is on the wrong political side, who doesn’t even believe in God, and who storms off in a huff rather than bathe in the River Jordan – because it’s inferior to the mighty rivers of his homeland. Naaman is not a very sympathetic figure. Yet God heals him of his leprosy (2 Kings 5:1-3, 7-15).
Luke 17:11-19 tells of the healing of the ten lepers – an account found only in Luke. Jesus is still on his way to Jerusalem – described in Luke 9:51-19:27 – during which time Jesus does a lot of teaching (mainly about the cost of discipleship). This account is about the eyes of faith.


Mom, Mulberries & Mustard

I hate to say it, but my mom was right! There, I’ve said it. It took me over fifty years to admit it, but she was right – about many, many things. The thing she was right about, for the purpose of this devotional, is her frequent use of the phrase, “Goodness is its own reward.” My mom had lots of well-worn phrases – some learned from her own mom. (When she was wee, my mom would ask my granny for money to go to the cinema. This was often met with, “It’s too nice a day to sit in a dark theatre!” It took my mom years to discover that what her mom really meant was that she had no money to give her.)