2 Kings 4:3 “Then he said, Go, borrow thee vessels abroad of all thy neighbours, [even] empty vessels; borrow not a few.”
2 Kings 4:3 “”Here’s what you do,” said Elisha. “Go up and down the street and borrow jugs and bowls from all your neighbors. And not just a few–all you can get.”
Beloved, in what area of life are you sick, tired, hungry or empty?
You need not fret or cry, all you need do is to approach God with your emptiness and ask Him to fill you up.
To be empty also connotes a state of expectation. Just come with your empty vessel and expect a miracle. Those vessels came and were all filled to the brim.
Bury your pride and arrogance, and let God fill you up. I’ve seen men who knew nothing but kept behaving like those Pharisees who always want to prove a point to Jesus. You cannot use your self-righteousness to impress God; you must humble yourself and become totally empty before Him!
Another way of looking at this statement; “…borrow thee vessels abroad of all thy neighbours, [even] empty vessels…”, is this: Elisha was simply telling the woman to go after what she wants with hunger and thirst.
He seems to be saying, “Woman, become hungry and desperate to break the cycle of poverty and limitation over your life and family.”
Friend, how much do you want that miracle? How desperate are you about it? What length are you ready to go to get it?
Elisha asked the woman to borrow vessels even from abroad, that talks about great sacrifice in a bid to pursue ones desire. All the “empty” desperate vessels came from all walks of life to this widow in order to get filled, and they were all filled.
Beloved, emptiness is a preparatory ground for a miracle. I want you to start commanding supernatural abundance to every empty area of your life.
I pray the Lord will fill you to overflow in Jesus name, Let the miracle begin in your life and destiny in Jesus name!
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