ANSWERS: 6
    • Linda Joy
      Nope guess again
    • Linda Joy
      Nope guess again
    • Linda Joy
      Nope guess again
  • I though Elisha was the first Culligan man.
    • Linda Joy
      He very well could have been! Your answers (and comment answers) are usually correct and informed!
  • 8-18-2017 When I was a kid my mother tried to redeem herself from slavery by sending her sons out to sell Christmas cards. Only the youngest could sell them. I sold for two seasons and then nobody would buy from me again. But the answer to your question is "oil".
    • Linda Joy
      Correct! ,What sort of slavery are we talking about here? And why didn't she just sell her children like most parents do to relieve their debt?
    • Jewels Vern
      Not debt, just poverty.
  • not sure
  • A widow of one of the former sons of the prophets is in dire need. Elisha miraculously multiplies her meager oil supply and saves her sons from being taken into slavery to her creditor. 2Ki 4:1-7 This miracle is parallel to the second miracle of Elijah, where he multiplied the flour and oil of the widow of Zarephath. 1Ki 17:8-16
  • oil initially. and then later on brings one of the sons back to life. (googled it)

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