"A Jar of Oil" by Doug Batchelor

"A Jar of Oil" by Doug Batchelor [LQ]

Elisha could see that the young widow was desperate. She threw herself at the old prophet's feet and sobbed, "The creditor is coming to take my two sons to be his slaves!" The woman's husband had died unexpectedly and left her with a huge debt. In Bible times, a lender had a right to repossess property and even take children as payment if a family could not pay the bills (Job 24:9)...

Date Posted: 01 Jan 2009
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