Aren't there cleaner rivers?" Naaman asked, feeling insulted. At this point Naaman's servant said, "If the prophet had told you to do something great you would have done it. Wouldn't it be worth obeying him in order to live?" (See verse 13). Today God is asking you the same question. Wouldn't it be worth humbling yourself to come up clean? To confess your sin, share your story and ask for help? Wouldn't it be worth risking the disapproval of those who don't matter because they're not part of God's plan for your life anyway? Don't let your reputation get in the way of your solution.
Don't let the Devil entice you to other rivers which have no power to save. All you need is the kind of faith that involves looking foolish for awhile: the kind that keeps you dependent on God when it looks like everybody else is doing better than you. Go ahead, dip in the river of God's grace and keep dipping! Though you've been insulted, though your feelings are hurt, though the process doesn't seem to make sense, though, your feelings are hurt, though the process doesn't seem to make sense, though you have reached the end of your rope and you want to quit, keep dipping. Act on the Word God has given you! Miracles are for the obedient, not the wishful.
I hope these words have inspired you. Keep the faith and trust and obey God.
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