Read 2 Kings 7 today.

This chapter and the preceding chapter go together as one unit and should probably be read together. It is part of the story of Elisha and includes the conflict between Israel (the northern tribes) and Aram. Samaria was the capitol of Israel, and was under siege by the Aramean army. Then, God delivered Israel and caused the attackers to flee.
Four men afflicted with leprosy were the first to discover what God has done. Initially, they could not believe their good fortune and kept it to themselves. But then, they decided to share the blessing.
In thinking of the blessings we have received throughout our lives, is our response to keep them to ourselves or share them with others?
2 Kings 7:3-4, 8-9 NLT
Now there were four men with leprosy sitting at the entrance of the city gates. “Why should we sit here waiting to die?” they asked each other. [4] “We will starve if we stay here, but with the famine in the city, we will starve if we go back there. So we might as well go out and surrender to the Aramean army. If they let us live, so much the better. But if they kill us, we would have died anyway.”
[8] When the lepers arrived at the edge of the camp, they went into one tent after another, eating and drinking wine; and they carried off silver and gold and clothing and hid it. [9] Finally, they said to each other, “This is not right. This is a day of good news, and we aren’t sharing it with anyone! If we wait until morning, some calamity will certainly fall upon us. Come on, let’s go back and tell the people at the palace.”