We went to dinner the other night at a restaurant that makes guacamole at your table. Holy guacamole! It was delicious!
Is it holy or wholly?
Which is politically correct?
I remember in the ’60’s Batman TV series, Batman’s counterpart, Robin, was known for his “holy” sayings.
Technically it should be wholly.
Holy means dedicated or consecrated to God or a religious purpose; sacred.
Wholly means completely, totally.
The guacamole was wholly. The recipe lacked nothing. It was complete.
Although it was so good, I kind of wished it was holy. Food found in heaven. 🙂
God is holy. Guacamole is not.
All too often we try and make things other than God holy in our lives. We worship false gods, other people or things, making them holy.
Let’s all wholly worship God as our holy God. Let’s take care in using our words and our actions when it comes to what is holy. And let’s enjoy our guacamole wholly! 🙂
But as he who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct, since it is written, “You shall be holy, for I am holy.”
1 Peter 1:15-16
Love and laughter,