Lord Borrowed for His mission

Lord Jesus Christ became man in incarnation to identify with all humans. His humility, simple lifestyle, and sacrifice is beyond human comprehension. In the world, he owned nothing beginning from his birth to death. He had to borrow from others for his ministry or do a miracle or demonstrate truth. Perhaps, his only earthly possession was His robe which was given to a soldier who won the lot. (Matthew 27:35)
Space for birth: When Lord Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem, there was no room in the Inn. Perhaps, none of the houses in Bethlehem was open for this couple. The cows spared their space for Savior’s birth when the humans refused to give a place. (Luke 2:1-20)
Boat: On the shores of the Sea of Galilee, Lord wanted to preach and teach. He borrowed a boat from Simon Peter and made it his pulpit. (Luke 5:3)
Boy’s meal: The generous boy lent his meal of five barley bread and two fish to the Lord. Yes, Lord multiplied it to feed the five thousand. (Matthew 14:13-21)
Mule: Travel was expensive in the first century. Lord did not own a donkey or horse. Lord Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem on a donkey that was borrowed. The owner was generous to give him. (Matthew 21:2)
Upper Room: The Lord celebrated the Passover feast and initiated the New Covenant with the disciples. (Matthew 26:1-29) This room also was borrowed by the Lord to give this sacrament to the Church.
Coin: Lord did not carry a money bag or a wallet for himself. He had to borrow a coin used to pay taxes, to demonstrate, to give what belongs to God and Caesar what belongs to the emperor. (Matthew 22:19-22)
Tomb: Lord Jesus Christ died in Jerusalem. Probably, as residents of Nazareth, Mary did not have any clue about a burial place, and so was John who belonged to Galilee. Joseph of Arimathea, a devout disciple, and a rich man could lend his tomb for the weekend. (John 19:38-42)
Do I lead a simple lifestyle as my Master Lord Jesus Christ?