Spuddle

Spuddling, cuddling, puddling sigh. 

I wish I got something done, but that’s pie in the sky

For nothing I spuddle will come to good end.

For its working to no good and worse even, my friends. 

And why do I say that? 

  1. Spuddle means to waste time and not get on with the job at hand. 

2. To make a lot of fuss about trivial things, that are not important.

3. To work ineffectively; to work hard but achieve nothing.

4. To work tirelessly without achieving anything of worth.

5. To put in a great deal of effort and achieve only very little.

You might say it this way 

Therefore, since the promise of entering his rest still stands, let us be careful that none of you be found to have fallen short of it. (Hebrews 4:1, NIV)

For all have sinned (spuddled) and fallen short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23, NIV)

How is this possible? It’s not our spudding or not spudding that gets us closer to God. It’s our asking and receiving the gift of his son, the Lord Jesus Christ. 

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