Tuesday, September 1, 2009
We should follow Paul's inspired example. He kept his focus on things eternal by "looking" at things unseen rather than constantly looking at things seen (2Cor 4:18). How wrapped up are we in "things seen"? Many of the things seen are good things too - but when they occupy us to the point of preoccupation they become bad things because they rob God of our time and affections for who can worship someone (or something) without time and affection?