Butter: (n) a pale yellow edible fatty substance made by churning cream
Nothing tastes better than butter. It’s good on everything.
It makes pancakes edible.
It makes a delicious steak heavenly.
And it turns toast into something worthwhile to consume instead of dried-out bread for making dressing.
But it will also kill you.
High in cholesterol, high in calories, high in death toll.
Sometimes people make me laugh when I mention that butter is something I need to avoid. They say, “Why don’t you just eat a little?”
I always find it amusing when humans think they can pursue moderation. Because of the nature of our appetites, we really have two options: excess or abstinence.
Sometimes we can pull off abstinence if we get convicted or determined enough to become bratty about our decision to abstain. And of course, excess is merely allowing the human animal to rule the cage.
I’ve tried artificial butter. Surprisingly, very artificial.
I’ve tried butter substitutes. They were no substitute, by the way.
I’ve tried margarine, which is like convincing yourself that using three baby wipes to clean up is the same thing as taking a bath.
Butter is a blessing–but for me, it is one that God will have to supply in eternity, or otherwise, I will get there too soon.blished its seat of power.
Published by Jonathan Cring