Wednesday, July 1, 2020


8 Then the Lord said to Elijah, 

9 “Go and live in the village of Zarephath, near the city of Sidon. I have instructed a widow there to feed you.” 

10 So he went to Zarephath. As he arrived at the gates of the village, he saw a widow gathering sticks, and he asked her, “Would you please bring me a little water in a cup?” 

11 As she was going to get it, he called to her, “Bring me a bite of bread, too.” 

12 But she said, “I swear by the Lord your God that I don’t have a single piece of bread in the house. And I have only a handful of flour left in the jar and a little cooking oil in the bottom of the jug. I was just gathering a few sticks to cook this last meal, and then my son and I will die.” 

13 But Elijah said to her, “Don’t be afraid! Go ahead and do just what you’ve said, but make a little bread for me first. Then use what’s left to prepare a meal for yourself and your son. 

14 For this is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: There will always be flour and olive oil left in your containers until the time when the Lord sends rain and the crops grow again!” 

15 So she did as Elijah said, and she and Elijah and her family continued to eat for many days. 

16 There was always enough flour and olive oil left in the containers, just as the Lord had promised through Elijah.

1 Kings 17:8-16 NLT

First it was ravens, then a widow. Neither seemed like an obvious channel of provision but God decided to use these channels to sustain His servant.


In this second and more significant part of 2020:


May our ears be instructed such that we never lack a Word in due season.

(Isaiah 30:21, Psalm 32:8)


May we walk in obedience to divine instructions however seemingly odd.

(Genesis 22:1-18, Joshua 6:2-21)

May we always remember to seek and put God first.

(Matthew 6:33, Luke 6:38)


When the able is not available, God can make the available able... 

May our eyes of understanding be enlightened to recognize destiny helpers no matter how unassuming they may appear.

(Ephesians 1:17-23, Psalm 119:18)


The widow happened to be at the gate when Elijah arrived the village…

May time and chance work in our favor causing the boundary lines to fall into pleasant places for us.

(Ecclesiastes 9:11, Psalm 16:5-6)


The tides turned for both Elijah and the widow upon their meeting...

In this season, may we be the reason someone will have a positive change of story.

(Genesis 39:5-6, 1 Samuel 18:5)


The widow had given up and “predicted” the death of her son and herself...

May we be delivered from negative consequences of our words and the lash of the tongue.

(Proverbs 18:21, 1 Kings 17:17-24, Job 5:17-27)

God Bless You!


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