Why I am not guilty of letting lust of the flesh, lust of the eye, and pride of life become idols in my life. No I am not guilty of having idols.
Well certainly my family is important--that is what God intended --surely I never put them first.
I do spend a great deal of time taking care of my body --exercise is necessary to stay in the best of shape--God instructs us our body is a temple--surely I would never miss an opportunity to serve Him--because I might miss a class-walk-run-ride.
Concern for future financial security is necessary in these days and times. Proverbs is full of wisdom concerning our assets. Surely I would never save instead of helping when God directs.
Maybe I do get my priorities topsy turvey at times---the key--is keeping the pyramid shape----God always at the top. Praying and striving----and thankful for grace!
" 'Men of Athens! I see that in every way you are religious. For as I walked around and observed your objects of worship, I even found an alter with this inscription, TO AN UNKNOWN GOD. Now what you worship as something unknown, I am going to proclaim to you. ' "