Public vs. Private

“We call things ‘secular’ because we have neatly detached God from most spheres of life and confined Him to spiritual game-reserves called ‘sacred areas’ where we visit Him from time to time.”

Disturbingly true, isn’t it?

Just A Thought

Excerpt From: Greenslade, Philip. “Every Day with Jesus Jul/Aug 2013: The Great I Am.”

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7 responses to “Public vs. Private”

  1. fiifiagyei says :

    “The dairy maid can milk cow to the glory of God” – Martin Luther, and he is right.

  2. Just-A-Thought says :

    true that! Thanks for the comment here. Really appreciate it.

  3. Rebecca says :

    Our lives are to be integrated. There is nothing secular in my life because God is in all of it. Nice post. I’m reblogging it now.

    • Just-A-Thought says :

      Thanks Rebacca for the comment and reblog! Really encouraged…Praying now for friends, and anyone who reads this, and finds it particularly difficult, or even dangerous, to live out their faith everywhere. May you know the Lord’s presence and enabling to live for His glory always. Amen

  4. Rebecca says :

    Reblogged this on depression's gift and commented:
    Like what “just a thought” says here. We shouldn’t have compartments in our life.

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