What is the will of God?

The Edge, June 21, 2008

For some, this is the ultimate question. People would pay a fortune to know and be a part of the will of God. What these people fail to realise is God is never going to die! So what does it matter what’s in God’s will? However, if God were to die, just to satisfy the askee, this is what God would leave to his children:

  • 1447 “Instant Galaxy Mix” sachets
  • 77,712 pallet loads of “Gravity in a Box”
  • 707 KWs of “Lightning in a Can”
  • 712 “Let there be Light”TM bulbs of various apparent magnitudes 
  • One giant “Heaven Army Knife”—recently sharpened
  • 127 kilometres of aluminium foil
  • 12,144 tons of gold pavers
  • The only copy of the billion-page Book Of Life (made out of 100 per cent recycled paper) The entire collection of Weet-Bix collector card sets
  • A BMW M12
  • 2324 robes of light
  • 4648 slippers of light
  • The complete Gaither Homecoming HeavenRay-disk collection
  • The number 42
  • Seven never-been-used, gold plated, monogrammed hankies 
  • Three “always existed” certificates
  • A 12-player foosball table
  • 4040 angels at command
  • 12 “holiday” universes
  • Heaven (complete with BIW’s and LUG)
  • One manna fondue set


  1. You must remember to pick up earth’s humans, give them an extreme makeover and bring them home to heaven.
  2. You must later relocate them back to earth, after giving earth a serious Backyard Blitz, and house them—happily ever after.
  3. Run all the other universes
  4. Tell a children’s story once a quarter.

Interesting Fact: None of God’s assets are covered by insurance if damaged by Himself.


All items on this site are written by Scott Wegener, a multi award-winning Australian creative writer, specialising in fun Christian dramas and articles. He believes in looking on the lighter side of life while still valuing the eternal seriousness of life's decisions. This site is essentially a place Scott stores his works, sometimes without much copy-editing (do forgive any spelling/grammar creativity you spot on this site that comes free of charge due to his slight dyslexia).