Wednesday, August 10, 2011


My two year old is completely unaware of the secular and the sacred. His children's Bible sits on the same shelf as Dr. Seuss and Sandra Boyton.  He says, "Amen!" as enthusiastically as "More please," and "Thank you." He sings I've Got The Joy, Joy, Joy and then in the next moment requests The Wheels on the Bus.
The sacred and the secular intertwine in a full life.  
Worship is not assigned to Sundays, Wednesdays, Bible studies or prayer meetings. A worshipFULL life  happens at first through habit, and then it gradually just becomes a part of who we are.
Our lives will overflow with worship as it becomes something we do without boundaries, guidelines, and hesitation.
"God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him" ~ John Piper

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful, yet again and so very true! Loved the pic, as well. Gorgeous.


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