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What's in your house?

What's in your house?

What's in your house?

The other day I was reading 2 Kings 4:1-7. It's the story of the Widow's Olive Oil. This widow came to the Prophet Elisha fearful because a creditor had threatened to take her two sons as slaves unless she paid the debt that she owed. Elisha asked her,"What do you have in your house?" (2 Kings 4:2). 

"Nothing except a small jar of olive oil," she replied.

At that point, Elisha told her, “Go around and ask all your neighbors for empty jars. Don’t ask for just a few. Then go inside and shut the door behind you and your sons. Pour oil into all the jars, and as each is filled, put it to one side.”

Once the jars were filled, Elisha told her to "sell the olive oil and pay your debts and there will be enough money left over to support you and your sons." 

She came to Elisha at her wit's end - she was in desperation, and her back was against the wall. There are so many lessons here, but a few takeaways and my reason for this message is to encourage you with these


Seven Lessons from the Widow with the Olive Oil

We Are Praying For You

We Are Praying For You

Last night after our Awakening call, we received a number of prayer requests from our 10 Blessings community who are in spiritual warfare regarding their finances, family, and health. This month, we have been studying the destructive spirit of Jezebel in a #FightingJezebel Awakening series.

Faith Over Fear - Beautiful Struggle

Faith Over Fear - Beautiful Struggle

The aroma of cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla wind out of windows and right into noses. There's no denying. It's holiday season. If you were blessed enough to enjoy a tasty Thanksgiving feast surrounded by friends and family, you probably felt the love in the air! It was a day full of reminiscing and laughter. Thank God for the love! Unfortunately, there are people who didn't have a nice Thanksgiving feast, surrounded by loved ones.