Naaman, the commander of Syria's army,
grudgingly stripped himself of his uniform, the symbol of his greater glory than everyone else,
and washed like all the common people
in a river that was not even close to as nice as the rivers back home
so that he could be saved from death.
The Son of God, the Lord of Heaven's army,
freely and willingly stripped Himself of His divine glory,
and washed with all the common people
in that same river that was not even close to as nice as the rivers of Heaven
so that we could be saved from death.