Free Sermons and Sermon Outlines for Preaching :

Sermons on 2 Kings 5:1-14: showing 1-15 of 220


Clear Scripture Filters




  • Show more


Sermon Type


Confident Preaching
Try PRO free and preach with confidence when people need it most.
Free to start now
  • The General And The Poor Girl:a Story Of Healing

    Contributed by Dee Dowdy on Sep 13, 2012

    This sermon teaches us that we can be invloved in the "healing" of others.

    Bernabé (José)--hijo de consolación un hermanos que siempre buscaba animar a los demás. Hch.. 4:36,37 36 Entonces José, quien por los apóstoles era llamado Bernabé (que significa hijo de consolación) y quien era levita, natural de Chipre, 37 como tenía un campo, lo vendió, trajo el dinero y lo more

  • Learning From Life's Setbacks

    Contributed by James ( Jim ) Highland on Jun 5, 2012
    based on 7 ratings

    Naaman learned that God's Miracles areawarded to those persons who are humble and obedient. His healing from a major setback in his life was a gift of God, not something he could buy or i entice.

    Learning from Life’s Setbacks II Kings 5:1-14 There are lessons to be learned by the setbacks in our lives. An excellent study of setbacks is found in the story of Naaman, the leper, where there are specific events and decisions that can be applied to our times and lives. The setting is in more

  • The Power Of The Word Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 9, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    The story of Elisha and Naaman teaches us about the Word of Evangelization, the Word of direction, and the Word of testimony, all powerful in the saving of souls.

    Monday of the 3rd Week in Lent Verbum Domini At least as early as the time of St Gregory of Nyssa in the 4th century (On the Baptism of Christ), the Fathers of the Church were seeing this healing of Naaman the Syrian as a type of Baptism. The story is a compelling reminder of the impotence of more

  • Naaman's Miracle

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Mar 26, 2012

    Everyone likes a happy ending. Do we put ourselves in a position to receive a miracle from the Lord and do we position ourselves to be a part of someone elses miracle? Naaman did not receive until he did what the prophet had told him to do.

    Naaman’s Miracle 2 Kings Chapter 5:1-5:16 Introduction- 2 Kings Chapter 5:1-5:16- Read Everyone likes a happy ending. Everyone like the guy who gets the girl. When justice prevailing over wickedness. Everyone likes to hear about a miracle. What I question is do we put ourselves in a more

  • Go, Dip Again!

    Contributed by Betty Johnson on Jun 27, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Naaman learned the power of obedience and he learned it in very specific ways.

    Go, Dip Again! Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-14 In an address to the Wisconsin State Agriculture Society in 1859, Abraham Lincoln illustrated the profound effect change can have on us. He told of an Eastern monarch who gave his counselors an assignment to come up with a truth that would apply to all more

  • Giving God Our Weaknesses

    Contributed by Jay Robison on Nov 5, 2012

    As we give God even our weaknesses we find a new depth to God's love for us and we also discover that God can use those weaknesses for God's glory

    What is your Achilles’ Heel? Achilles warrior in ancient mythology Believed to be invincible in battle Except for one weakness in his heel, touch it Achilles helpless What are your weaknesses? What is your Achilles’ heel? Weaknesses or vulnerabilities that hold us back May be a more

  • The Before Principle

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Apr 28, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    What would you do for a healing, an answer, or maybe peace in you or your family? THis message helped many in our local body.

    The Before Principle 2 Kings 5:14NKJ What would you do for a healing, an answer, or maybe peace in you or your family? So he (Naaman) went down and dipped seven times in the Jordan, according to the saying of the man of God; and his flesh was restored like the flesh of a little child, and he more

  • Extreme Makeover

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on Oct 17, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    From the life of Naaman - we can see that a makeover comes from the inside out.

    EXTREME MAKEOVER Jerry Watts 2 Kings 5:1-14 * Most of us have watched, maybe with interest or intrigued, one of the shows which boast of giving an extreme makeover. I say ‘one’ of the shows because there are several and they makeover people’s bodies to people’s houses. It more

  • A Life Of Faith Series

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Nov 24, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    God desires us to live by faith. The only way to please God is to live by faith. Faith is not a blind leap of faith it is instead a walk in the light.

    Intro: What does God want from us? Whether we are successful like the general or a servant like the young girl, or a prophet who shares the Word and will of God in this story God wants us to live a life of faith. Seasons 2 Episode 9 of Bones. Dr (bones) Brennan gives a completely false more

  • The Healing Of Naaman

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Aug 17, 2012

    The healing of Naaman is replete with strange incidents, which are there to make us think out of the box.

    Story: My old Chaplain (when Maddy and I were in Basle) Tom Roberts used to say that when you are stumped for a Bible passage to preach on - use the story of Naaman. And for many of you who have gone to Sunday school, it is a very familiar and much loved story. But the more I thought about it more

  • Be A Christian Who Cares

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Aug 23, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    How can we be Christians who care? 1. Go beyond what's familiar. 2. Go beyond what's fair. 3. Go beyond putting ourselves first. 4. Go beyond our fears. 5. Go beyond by faith.

    Be a Christian Who Cares 2 Kings 5:1-15 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - July 28, 2013 INTRODUCTION: *It's always a good idea to look back over life and think about the people who have made a difference: People who helped us in a time of need. *People who blessed us. -Opened new more

  • A Most Unlikely Evangelist

    Contributed by John Lowe on Sep 1, 2013

    If I were to ask you, “What kind of Christian does God use?”—I believe that it’s possible that every one here would have a different answer.We tend to believe that God only uses the “perfect person,” but we have discovered a wonderful truth in the Bible;

    October 28, 2012 A Most Unlikely Evangelist Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1–14 (The Living Bible) 1 The king of Syria had high admiration for Naaman, the commander-in-chief of his army, for he had led his troops to many glorious victories. So he was a great hero, but he was a leper. 2 Bands of more

  • The Peril Of Pride

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Sep 15, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Lessons learned from men, angels, and animals about foolish pride.

    Everyone knows that the lion is the king of the jungle. One day the lion being filled with pride decided to make sure all the others knew it. He was so confident that he by-passed the smaller animals and went straight to the bear. "Who is the king of the jungle?" the lion asked. The bear more

  • Obedient Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Dec 1, 2014

    Obedience is like being pregnant. In the same way that it is impossible to be kind of pregnant, it is impossible to be kind of obedient.

    Fan… or Follower? A fan likes God when life is good. A follower obeys God when life is hard. We’ve been talking about what it takes to have a satisfied life. In week one I talked about how important it was to be a giver if you want to experience a satisfied life. Spending, getting, more

  • Living In A Counter-Culture Series

    Contributed by Andrew Drury on Mar 25, 2015

    It describes how the life of Elisha is applicable to us

    2 Kings 5: 1 -19 - Ninth sermon on the life of Elisha Below is the outline of the sermon, I preached on 8 July 2012 at West Ewell Evangelical Church, Surrey I acknowledge the input from the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity into the contents of this sermon. Introduction Namaan, more