Daily D – 2 Kings 4:2

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2 Kings 4:2  Elisha asked her, “What can I do for you? Tell me, what do you have in the house?” She said, “Your servant has nothing in the house except a jar of oil.” (CSB)

“What do you have in your house?” 

God can do more with our meager resources than we could do with Taylor Swift’s billions. 

A jar of oil became a gusher. Its multiplication saved a widow from losing her sons as payment for debt. 

Moses had a staff that God turned into a snake and used to bring water from a rock. 

David had a sling and five smooth stones with which he took out a giant. 

A little boy’s lunch fed five thousand men and the women and children with them.

What do you have? 

If you know Jesus as your savior, you have everything you need. When David the Shepherd Boy became David the King, he wrote some of the most treasured words ever: 

The LORD is my shepherd; 
I have what I need.“
(‭‭Psalms‬ ‭23‬:‭1‬ ‭CSB‬‬)

We do not need more oil, gold, tasty snacks, or better weapons. 

We need more Jesus. 

More Jesus, please. 

I will trust Jesus to provide what I need when I need it.

Our Father, you provide all I need. I trust you to maximize whatever you place in my hands. Amen. 


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