“And whatever His soul desires, that He does…” (or) My laundry Detergent is infinite?

November 6, 2009

You know what?

I'm nearly convinced that my laundry detergent bottle,
is a cousin to that jar of oil Elijah's friend, the widow had.
I don't know how long I've had it,
but it's amazed me how many times
I've gone to it, and been like, "this is probably the last time..."
I even went and bought a new one,
thinking the old one would be running out any day now,
but the old one still pours forth… the molasses-like liquid.
I… am blessed. =)
God’s word is (slightly) more important than laundry detergent,
and His power actually never runs out.
Mine’s not Asian. I wish it were. That’d be kinda cool.

More than necessary food, he says…

“12 I have treasured the words of His mouth
More than my necessary food.

13 “But He is unique, and who can make Him change?
And whatever His soul desires, that He does.

14 For He performs what is appointed for me,
And many such things are with Him.

15 Therefore I am terrified at His presence;
When I consider this, I am afraid of Him.” (From Job 23)

(Humbling, no?)

Keep Smyling, people!

-MAC <>< =)

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3 Responses to ““And whatever His soul desires, that He does…” (or) My laundry Detergent is infinite?”


  1. Good job on your blog. Some creativity, for sure.

    I think BigLots sometimes has Asian products, in case you ever wanted to check it out. I think we got Asian jelly or juice there once. I wondered whether it was made in Asia, and then whether it was meant to ship to Asia, or just to stay here in the states all along.

    To God be all glory,
    Lisa

  2. macamidedieu Says:

    T’anks… Big lots… duly noted. =)

    -MAC < = )

  3. macamidedieu Says:

    You’re just saying that because you’re a nice big sister…

    It’s a goofy blog…I know.

    -MAC < = )


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