"Wherefore be ye ... understanding what the will of the Lord is (Ephesians 5:17). And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." (Romans 12:2)The will of God is always sweet in the end. If we truly believed this, wouldn't we just follow Him anywhere from this minute on, if we knew this to be true? We can know it to be true.
The will of God is "good and acceptable and perfect ..." One look inside the great heart of love that broke on Calvary and we can know this. But perhaps right now you're fighting this Heart. Perhaps there's something you ant to do so much that you're trying to forget all about Calvary. Forget it, at least for a few days or weeks until after you've overcome this forbidden thing.
All right. You are free to take it, whatever it is. But from my [Eugenia Price, the author's] experience, I know you will not be able to forget Jesus Christ. Not for long. you see, He won't leave you. You just can't forget Someone who is still right there! And He, of all people, completely understands your fighting God's will in this thing. He struggled in the garden in an agony of aloneness and rebellion, but He stopped struggling at last and said the glorious thing that set us free! "Not my will, but thine..."
You and I may do that too. We have the same power available to us. But we must be willing not to be "conformed to this world" in this particular thing. We must be willing to have the mind of God in it. It may seem too hard. It probably is for you. But you are not alone. And if you obey, you won't need to take someone else's word for the fact that God's will is sweet. You can prove it for yourself.
"... be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God."