κτήσησθε [3 verses] (verb 2nd pl aor subj mid or 2nd pl fut ind mid) "Provide" is ktaomai, which means to "acquire," "get specifically for oneself," "procure for oneself," "win," "bring upon oneself (of consequences)," and "have in store (opposite of echo, "having in hand"). -- The term translated as "provide" means "to acquire," but specifically for yourself. It also means "to possess" in the sense of having something stored in opposition to echo, having it in hand. With the "in" preposition it seems to be used as "store."