from Luke 10:38-42
We are conditioned, many of us, to compartmentalize our lives as a means of surviving the pace at which we tend to operate. We can call it self-preservation, and while it might help us feel like we are keeping our heads above water, when that mentality creeps into our spiritual life it becomes dangerous.
Without realizing it, it means that define what is at the center of our lives by determining what Christ can touch and what He must leave alone. We set aside time to connect with Him, and often in doing so, try to decide the parts of us that He gets to connect with.
What if everything we do is meant to be an act of worship, and act of placing and keeping Christ at the center of who we are?
w/ Vern Collins