Miriam, a young Hebrew girl, had been carried off to Syria and became a slave in the house of Naaman, the famous captain of the King of Syria’s army. Naaman suffered from the terrible, incurable disease of leprosy, but no-one was allowed to speak of this on pain of death. But Miriam felt very sorry for Naaman, who had been kind to her. She told his wife that in Israel there was a holy man called Elisha, who worked miracles and who could cure Naaman of his leprosy.
- A Miracle for Miriam – Mandy: #115 (29 March 1969) – (?)