Today is laundry day…of course I have to work on laundry everyday…but Mondays are my main day just for laundry! I try to get at least 3 loads of laundry done every Monday and just a load done on other days…..How many people live in my house to have that much laundry??? Just 4 I don’t know where it comes from…my teenage son takes a shower puts on new clothes to “lounge” in then changes clothes again to go to bed…? WHY?!?!? I dunno! My 7 year old son changes clothes no less than 3 times a day….but Lord forbid he finds a “new” favorite shirt or shorts he can wear them all day every day for 3 weeks ….yup Laundry day!!!:) My boys are also the worst at not hanging up their wet towels …meaning they smell mildew how do you get that smell out you might ask?!?!? Vinegar is my go to for all my cleaning problems…both of my boys have allergies and asthma so I can’t use perfume smelling chemicals …So thank God For Vinegar !! What do you use for mildew thats also good for you? Let me know:)
Bible Study About Vinegar!!
by Wayne Blank
Vinegar, from the French vin aigre, meaning sour wine, is used to translate the Hebrew word of the Old Testament, pronounced koe-metz, meaningpungent or fermented, and the Greek word of the New Testament, pronounced ox-os, meaning sour wine. During Bible History, vinegar was usually produced from grapes, however it can be made from any liquid which is capable of being converted into alcohol; the sugar in the liquid (such as fruit juice) when combined with the suitable yeast produces alcohol and carbon dioxide gas i.e. wine. When exposed to the air, the alcohol in the wine, by means of certain bacteria, combines with oxygen to form acetic acid and water i.e. vinegar.Vinegar In The Bible
Nazirites were prohibited from consuming vinegar:
Vinegar was also used as a condiment:
Vinegar was offered to Jesus Christ, twice, as He was crucified. The first, which He refused, was a mixture of vinegar and a narcotic herb which had pain-killing effects, while the second, which He accepted, was likely the common drink of workers and soldiers known as posca, which was a mixture of vinegar, water and eggs: