Read 2 Kings 8 today.

In this chapter the focus of the narrative is beginning to shift from Elisha back to the kings of Israel (northern tribes) and Judah (southern tribes). One of the things we read about is when the king was asking to hear the stories of Elisha. These were not actually stories about Elisha, but the stories of God acting through Elisha.
I can imagine how Gehazi’s eyes would light up as he told the stories. They were not merely ancient stories about something that had happened long, long ago. They were stories of things he had witnessed himself. They were the moments when he had personally experienced God nudging a part of the world.
Do you remember seeing those kind of moments? Do you remember when God nudged the part of the world where you lived? When was the last time you told the story?
2 Kings 8:1-5 NLT
Elisha had told the woman whose son he had brought back to life, “Take your family and move to some other place, for the LORD has called for a famine on Israel that will last for seven years.” [2] So the woman did as the man of God instructed. She took her family and settled in the land of the Philistines for seven years.
[3] After the famine ended she returned from the land of the Philistines, and she went to see the king about getting back her house and land. [4] As she came in, the king was talking with Gehazi, the servant of the man of God. The king had just said, “Tell me some stories about the great things Elisha has done.” [5] And Gehazi was telling the king about the time Elisha had brought a boy back to life. At that very moment, the mother of the boy walked in to make her appeal to the king about her house and land. “Look, my lord the king!” Gehazi exclaimed. “Here is the woman now, and this is her son-the very one Elisha brought back to life!”