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Little Maid (point to her) is far from home. God has a happy helper at Captain Naaman’s house. Little Maid is God’s happy helper. (Point to Naaman.) She helps Captain Naaman because she loves God. Captain and Mrs. Naaman see how well she works and how happy she is. They see that Little Maid prays to God.

Little Maid (point to her) is far from home. God has a happy helper at Captain Naaman’s house. Little Maid is God’s happy helper. (Point to Naaman.) She helps Captain Naaman because she loves God. Captain and Mrs. Naaman see how well she works and how happy she is. They see that Little Maid prays to God.

Mrs. Naaman is sad. (Cry into a tissue.) Don’t cry, Mrs. Naaman. God will help you. But Mrs. Naaman can’t stop crying. (Point to Mrs. Naaman.) “Boohoo! Captain Naaman has leprosy. He has big sores on his skin. Boohoo! He will have to go far away. Boo-hoo!”

Mrs. Naaman is sad. (Cry into a tissue.) Don’t cry, Mrs. Naaman. God will help you. But Mrs. Naaman can’t stop crying. (Point to Mrs. Naaman.) “Boohoo! Captain Naaman has leprosy. He has big sores on his skin. Boohoo! He will have to go far away. Boo-hoo!”

Don’t be sad, Captain Naaman! (Point to Naaman, then to his wife.) Smile, Mrs. Naaman! Little Maid can help. (Point to Little Maid.) “Go to Israel. Go see Prophet Elisha,” Little Maid says. “The prophet can make Captain Naaman well.”

Don’t be sad, Captain Naaman! (Point to Naaman, then to his wife.) Smile, Mrs. Naaman! Little Maid can help. (Point to Little Maid.) “Go to Israel. Go see Prophet Elisha,” Little Maid says. “The prophet can make Captain Naaman well.”

See Captain Naaman. Captain Naaman is a soldier. (Point to Naaman.) See his chariot. (Point to the chariot.) “Let’s go!” Captain Naaman shouts. (Point to Naaman again.) “Goodbye, Mrs. Naaman. Goodbye, Little Maid. May your prophet make me well!”

See Captain Naaman. Captain Naaman is a soldier. (Point to Naaman.) See his chariot. (Point to the chariot.) “Let’s go!” Captain Naaman shouts. (Point to Naaman again.) “Goodbye, Mrs. Naaman. Goodbye, Little Maid. May your prophet make me well!”

God can heal you, Captain Naaman,” says the servant. “God can make your skin clean.” (Touch your child’s skin.) “Go wash. Wash in the Jordan River. Go under the water seven times.” So Captain Naaman goes to the muddy river Jordan.

God can heal you, Captain Naaman,” says the servant. “God can make your skin clean.” (Touch your child’s skin.) “Go wash. Wash in the Jordan River. Go under the water seven times.” So Captain Naaman goes to the muddy river Jordan.

See Captain Naaman in the water. (Point to Naaman.) The water is muddy brown. (Point to water.) See the sores on his body. (Point to spots.) Captain Naaman dips under the water. One dip. (Hold up one finger; add fingers as you count.) Two dips. Three dips. Four dips. Five dips. Six dips. Still the sores are there. One more time Captain Naaman dips under the water.

See Captain Naaman in the water. (Point to Naaman.) The water is muddy brown. (Point to water.) See the sores on his body. (Point to spots.) Captain Naaman dips under the water. One dip. (Hold up one finger; add fingers as you count.) Two dips. Three dips. Four dips. Five dips. Six dips. Still the sores are there. One more time Captain Naaman dips under the water.