Summary: Little is much if God is in it.
More Than Enough.
1.Her case and character:
*She was very poor and necessitous.
*She had nothing to live upon but a handful of
meal and a little oil.
*She had no fuel but the sticks she gathered.
*She was reduced to the last extremeity.
2.She was Humble and Industrious:
*Elijah found her gathering sticks to prepare their
*She was mindful of her condition.
*She complained not of the suffering of hardship.
*She did not murmur against God for withholding
*She adapted to it the best she could.
3.She was very Charitable and Generous:
*A stranger desired her to go and fetch him some
water to drink.
*She readily went at first the word.
*She objected not at the present scarcity of water.
*She took no thought of its value,(for it now was
*She did not excuse herself on account of her
weakness through famine.
*She was not caught up on the urgency of her own
*She stopped doing for herself and went to his aid.
4.She was a women who believed God:
*After having told the prophet how low her stock of
meal and oil was, He bade her to go and make a
cake for him and make his first...then prepare for
her son and herself.
*It was a great trial of her faith and of her
obedience, but she went and did as he said. She
had great conifdence in the words of God.
*God will not ask of you for something that he
hasn’t given you the ability or the means to do.
*Daniel believed that his faith was enough to live
in the Lions den.
*The Three Hebrew children believed that if God did
not deliver them their faith would see them