Doth Not Lie ’bout Skipper’s Holy Spirit of Truth

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Doth Not Lie 'bout Skipper's Holy Spirit of Truth

Whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven. – Mark 3:29 (Mark 3:23-29)

One day tha Sun entered a house and so many gathered ’round him that he and his disciples be not able ter eat. When tha Sun’s earthly family heard about this, tha Sun’s brothers and mother, probably his sisters too, went ter take charge of him, for they be saying, “Tha lad be out of his mind.” Now think on this a wee little bit: tha Sun’s family walked pert near 3o miles ter take holt of him and bring him back home. That be how crazy they thought him ter be.

Tha teachers of the law from Jerusalem said ’bout tha same thing. “He be possessed by tha devil! By the prince of demons he be driving out demons.”

Tha Sun shot back, “How can the devil drive out the devil? If Satan opposes himself and is divided, he cannot stand; his end has come. Truly I tell you, people can be forgiven all their sins and every slander they utter, but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; they are guilty of an eternal sin.”

A good many folks be stumped by what tha Sun means by “blasphemes against the Holy Spirit.” Tha long and short of it be this: If tha Holy Spirit of Truth acts and folks give Satan credit fer tha event, they dishonor Skipper and his Spirit. Of this, they kin never be fergiven — probably on account of that be Satan’s number one desire from tha get go: ter steal Skip’s glory. If folks credit tha devil fer tha work Skipper’s Holy Spirit of Truth done, they ‘ill ne’er be fergiven.  This be tha charge agin those teachers of tha law.

Give credit whar credit be due. Doth not lie ’bout Skipper’s Holy Spirit of Truth. If ya be not sure if a spirit be from Skipper or Satan, keep yer trap shut, make no charge agin it. That be tha safe course ter sail.

And if ya be following tha Holy Spirit of Skipper and folks lay tha charge of “You be out of yer mind!” agin ya, take heart. They said tha same ter tha Sun and he had tha very mind of his father, Skipper.