The Inheritance of Trust

The Inheritance of God

Fourth Sunday After Pentecost 2019, Year C

In scripture, we encounter the character of Naaman, a great commander of King Aram’s army. He is suffering from leprosy and is desperate for healing. A young woman, a captive from Israel (the “other,” who lacks power and social standing), speaks with authority and certainty to Naaman’s wife that the prophet Elisha in the land of Israel could heal Naaman. Maybe it was out of desperation, or maybe it was the still, small voice of God speaking to Naaman, but Naaman trusted the Israelite woman and embarked on a journey to the land of Israel to be healed.

The Inheritance of God: TRUST over growing seeds

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Offertory Prayer

Creator and Architect of the Universe, the gifts we bring to your altar this day are but a small part of the inheritance you have provided us. Your steadfast love has never failed us, yet too quickly we forget; we worry about scarcity; we fret about uncertain times and claim our trust is in you, but our living and giving often tell a different story. Remind us, Lord, of our inheritance; help us to grow in our trust of you and your providence and your wisdom in knowing what we really need for abundant life. In Christ, we pray. Amen. (2 Kings 5:1-14)

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