“He Himself gives to all people life and breath and all things” (Acts 17:25).
I’m convinced the stress of existence is heightened, all the more, by the parceling of life into categories that, each one, compete for time in the day. Thus, when contemplating the addition of devotional moments—a bible reading here, a prayer there, with an occasional church service thrown in—only more has been added to the list of stressors. It seems that the One who gives to us all that we are and have, is deserving of all that we are and have. When the entirety of life is deemed sacred, only then do we find purpose in the process, and the mundane and ordinary is transformed to holy ground.