(Don't Blame the Apple) God declared it all good. All of it. He did not stutter.
But--yes, there's a but--He also sends a caution.
I can, in good conscience, enjoy everything God made so long as I do nothing sinful,
I can do all of this, but...
...not everything is beneficial. Everything is permissible, but not everything is constructive.--1Corinthians 10:23
God wants us to enjoy what He made, but these pleasures should only sweeten the straight way, like berries that line our road to heaven. We may pick and enjoy them, but we are not to stray from the straight path to over-fill our bucket. God made the berries and they are yummy,
but they are only pleasant, not necessary.
God promised to thrill us with what He has made.
But even He, when He walked the earth, never failed to remember the goodness of the Lord, not the pleasure of living, as most important. We must do likewise.
I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.--Psalm 27:13
The trick for us is to find both the Lord's goodness and what is beneficial among the world's welcome pleasures without letting our focus stray. We have to hold on to the loving Lord who made all of these pleasures, and not gather closely the all-too-sweet world that offers so many of them.
Pleasures exist so that we use them, not for us to be used by them.
That's why it's called self-control.
Pick your berries, but stay in charge.