I love this because it's a beautiful foreshadowing of how He cancelled our debts permanently through Christ's death on the cross. And I love it because it's a reminder that God is generous and has called us to be generous.
Whether we have very little or have an abundance, God has provided every morsel. God promises that it will be enough and asks us to trust Him enough to share what we have even when, from our human perspective, it seems meager. Sharing in times of drought and scarcity requires us to recognize our dependence on the Lord, rather than on our own savings, wisdom, planning, or sweat. It also requires us to step out onto that spindly limb of faith and trust it not to break under our weight.
God promises that if we will give generously, He will ensure we have enough. Confession time: Sometimes I get this and give with great faith, but often I get caught up in what I don't have rather than in what I could give to help others. Especially as we see so many suffering from the impact of various disasters, I pray that God would help me give generously in faith.