Who Doesn't Love Ambiguity?

Sometimes I pray a certain frustrated prayer to God.  I wonder if His response might go like this:

 Well, I guess this is less a prayer and more me talking to the wall.

Well, I guess this is less a prayer and more me talking to the wall.

 I'm probably reading II Chronicles or something in this panel.

I'm probably reading II Chronicles or something in this panel.

 See James 1:27, Luke 12:33, and about 17,000 other verses.

See James 1:27, Luke 12:33, and about 17,000 other verses.

 "I might be thinking "That sounds hard."  Or I might be thinking, "I was just addressed by a very poorly drawn dove."  The face works for either.

"I might be thinking "That sounds hard."  Or I might be thinking, "I was just addressed by a very poorly drawn dove."  The face works for either.

 Rationalizing... 76% complete.

Rationalizing... 76% complete.

 Or maybe I just saw a squirrel or something.

Or maybe I just saw a squirrel or something.

 Not nice taking away my self-righteous complaints...

Not nice taking away my self-righteous complaints...

The trouble is more that we find Christ's teachings hard to obey, not hard to understand.  Deep down, we'd rather do just about anything else.