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One of the bad habits we pick up early in our lives is separating events and people into secular and sacred.

We assume that the secular is what we are more or less in charge of: Our jobs, our time, our entertainment, our administration, our social relations, our academics.

The sacred, we say, is what God has control of: worship and bible, heaven and hell, fellowship and prayers.

We then arrange to set aside a sacred place for God, designed, ‘to honor God’ but really intended to keep God in his place, leaving us free to run everything else our own way.

 This is the basis of what some of us many of us are – ‘The Sunday-Sunday Christian’.


 *excerpted from the Message Bible*

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