Balancing Spirituality with Secularity (3)

There were two men in the scripture who lived different lives while alive but both made heaven. One lived as a wealthy man, highly influential and well respected, and a God fearing man whom God testified about. The second was a beggarly poor man who was comfortable eating from the crumbs that fell from the table of a cruel rich man. 
Ironically both Abraham and Lazarus made heaven, but if all believers were to live Lazarus lifestyle, then following God would make no meaning and His promise of adding other things would have been an empty promise. It is therefore instructive to note that any form of Spirituality that cedes or abandons secular responsibilities is the highest form of spiritual malady. 
If we are called to be the Salt of the earth and we keep denying the existence of the earth by continuing to leave earthly affairs in the hands of slaves, then we should not complain when we are being treated like slaves in our father’s house. 
The time is thus ripe for us to take both our heavenly position and occupy our earthly thrones so that our sojourn here on earth before departing for our heavenly home can be impactful and meaningful. The Lord is not coming for a body that is cowering under the oppression of the servants. He is coming for a glorious body, a strong and powerful followers. 
Balancing your Spirituality with Secularity is therefore necessary for a change in the present composition of the world order. I pray that the eyes of your understanding will be enlightened, that you may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints. Eph.1:18
Have a great day and remain blessed. 

​Adewumi Oni

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