Prayer is a great unifier: it pulls together seemingly disparate parts of the believer’s life. While we have a tendency to divide our life into the “Christian” parts and the “other” parts, the Bible recognizes no such distinction. A.W. Tozer called this the “sacred/secular antithesis.” I think we might better call it the “sacred/secular fallacy”. This kind of thinking creates an internal division between our ‘earthy’ life and our ‘spiritual’ life. It makes us what James calls “doubleminded,” and a doubleminded person is “unstable in all his ways” (James 1:8). The truth......