My personal reading time gave me 2 Kings 1-5. In those chapters, I found this passage 4:15-28).
What I saw her was a woman who seemingly did not expect to receive goodness from God. I can’t be sure that’s what is going on here (I’m always aware there might be elements in this historical stories that I miss which cause me to misinterpret), but that’s what it seemed like to me. She somewhat rejected Elisha’s initial suggestion of receiving a son, and she references that rejection at the (temporary) death of her son. It seemed to me like she didn’t expect God to give her anything good.
Whether or not that is the case for this woman, it is often the case for me. For some reason, I don’t see God as “the giver of all good things”. I don’t emotionally, that is. Though I know the Scripture says this and I accept it intellectually, I struggle with it practically.
This passage then reminded me to see God this way both intellectually and emotionally, to accept this truth practically, to believe that God will give good to me. It reminded me to believe this not just when nothing is happening (as when Elisha first spoke to the woman) but when bad things are happening (as when her song died). God is inviting me to not only know but trust that He is doing/will continue to do good to me, is giving/will continue to give good to me.
That’s what I saw in 2 Kings 4:15-28.