Arthur Bassett has pointed out these parallels between Elisha, on the one hand, and Moses and Christ, on the other. (All scripture references are to 2 Kings).
Elisha parts the water [2:14] (as Moses parted the sea and Joshua and Elijah parted the Jordan)—Jesus parts the heavens at the time of his baptism in the same Jordan.
He supplies water [2:19-22] (as had Moses)—Christ presents himself as the living water.
Waters appear to be blood [3:21-23] (as Moses had changed the river to blood)—Jesus turns water into wine.
He provides a never-ending supply of oil [an essential ingredient in bread, the staple food] for a widow [4:1-7] (as did Elijah)—Jesus provides a never-ending supply of the bread of life.
He restores life to a child [4:18-37] (as had Elijah)—Jesus does the same for two.
He renders poison harmless [4:38-41] (as had Moses with the snakes)—Jesus atones for the poisonous effect of sin in our lives.
He feeds a multitude with twenty loaves [4:42-44]—the Savior feeds the 5,000.
He heals a leper [5:1-14]—Christ heals ten lepers.