All the Earth is Holy Ground

What is we lifted the lines laid down between the sacred and the secular? If God is truly omnipresent, why do we try to relegate His presence to churches while denying the work He is doing in the lives of people around us? Do we realize that every single human being with whom we come into contact has a soul of inestimable value? Would we treat them differently if we did? What if we treated every space we entered as a cathedral that held the Spirit of the Living God? How would this change the way we live our lives? If the world has fallen, can it be redeemed? And can we be a part of the process? What if none of these questions are rhetorical?

All the earth is holy ground.

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