H— YES! or H— NO!

Sadly In today’s culture and vernacular, there is an almost incomprehensibly wide range of responses to God’s call to obedience. (:-J)

They are “H— Yes! or “H— No!

Now before condemingly slapping the profanity tag on this writer’s use of the word “H—”, it might be good to note that in the New Kings James Version of the Holy Scriptures, the word “H—” is used 35 times.

Human beings have two natures; a divine (or spiritual) nature and a physical (or fleshly) nature. Until such time as we have allowed the divine nature in us to prevail, as is referenced in 2 Peter 1:4, we don’t like to be told what to do. Period!

In our willingness or failure to obey God’s commands, there is a devilish irony in our “H— No!” and “H— Yes!” responses.

If my response to God’s commands is “H— No!” then I am saying “H— YES” to H—.

And if my response to God’s commands is “H— YES!” then I am saying “H— NO” to H—.


P.S. (And we wonder if God has a sense of humor.)